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(A) Violations of this chapter are misdemeanors as provided in subsection 1-4-5(A) of this code.
(B) Any FSE or property owner in violation of this chapter, or the orders, rules and regulations issued under this chapter may be ordered by the director to cease and desist operations until the violation is cured. Continuance of operations after notice to cease and desist has been furnished to the FSE and/or property owner shall be unlawful and a misdemeanor as provided in subsection 1-4-5(A) of this code. Each day in which any such violation shall continue shall be deemed a separate offense.
(C) The violation of any of the provisions of this chapter, or the orders, rules and regulations issued under this chapter, or the doing of any act prohibited or the failure or omission to do any act required by this chapter, or the orders, rules and regulations issued under this chapter, is a public nuisance and may be enjoined though a civil action brought by the city attorney.
(D) If any violation of this chapter, or the orders, rules and regulations issued under this chapter, causes damage to the public sewer system and/or the regional wastewater control facility, the FSE jointly and severally with the property owner causing such damage shall be liable therefor and the cost thereof shall be deemed a debt to the city, enforceable and collectible as provided by law.
(E) To remedy violations of this chapter, the director is authorized to issue notices of violation, administrative citations and impose administrative civil penalties pursuant to title 1 of this code.
(F) The remedies and provisions of this section are cumulative, and are in addition to any other remedy or provision of law. (Ord. 1646, 5-8-2012)