§ 72.43  CODE ENFORCEMENT BOARD JURISDICTION AND ENFORCEMENT.
   (A)   Any Police Officer or Code Enforcement Officer may issue citations for violations of this subchapter.
   (B)   The Code Enforcement Board is hereby granted jurisdiction to conduct hearings to receive evidence on the issue of whether the cited conduct constitutes a violation of this subchapter.
   (C)   At the hearing, which shall be scheduled and concluded at the next regularly scheduled hearing date of the Code Enforcement Board, no less than two weeks next following the issuance of a citation, the person, corporation or other entity cited shall have the right to present evidence and testimony. Upon request, the Board shall make written findings available to the cited person, corporation or other entity, and the citing officer within ten days from the date the hearing concluded.
   (D)   Any person, corporation or other entity found to be in violation of this subchapter shall be assessed a penalty from $25 to $100 per vehicle, per incident. Each day’s violation may be considered a separate violation for purposes of assessing penalties.
   (E)   Any person, corporation or other entity served with a citation shall promptly remove the offending automobile, truck, boat, trailer, motor home or other vehicle. If said vehicle is not promptly removed the city officer may cause said offending vehicle, truck, boat, trailer or mobile home to be towed at the owner’s expense.
   (F)   The parking restrictions, in § 72.41 herein, shall not apply on New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day, Easter, Derby Day, Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, Father’s Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.
(Ord. 1-2009, passed 6-8-09)
             
Cross-reference:
   Additional Code Enforcement Board regulations, see Ch. 41