§ 10.99  PENALTY.
   (A)   Whenever, in the ordinances of the town, any act or omission is made unlawful, it shall include causing, allowing, permitting, aiding, abetting, suffering, or concealing the fact of such act or omission.
   (B)   Any person violating any of the provisions or failing to comply with any of the mandatory requirements of the ordinances of the town shall be guilty of an offense. Except in cases where different punishment is prescribed by any ordinance of the town, any person found guilty of an offense shall be punished by a fine of not more than $2,500.
   (C)   Each day a violation of this code is committed or permitted to continue shall constitute a separate offense.
   (D)   The town may bring a civil action to enjoin any person from:
      (1)   Violating any ordinance regulating or prohibiting a condition or use of property; or
      (2)   Engaging in conduct without a license, if an ordinance requires a license to engage in the conduct.
   (E)   The court may suspend all or any part of a penalty imposed for an ordinance violation and may require, as a condition of such suspension, that the defendant shall perform uncompensated work that benefits the community.
(1996 Code, § 1-15)
Statutory reference:
   Penalty, see I.C. 9-30, 36-1-3-8, 36-1-6-2, 36-1-6-4