The responsible person/political subdivision shall be strictly liable to the County for all of the following:
1. The reasonable cleanup costs incurred by the County or the agents of the County to clean up a hazardous substance involved in a hazardous condition.
2. The reasonable costs incurred by the County or the agents of the County to evacuate people from the area threatened by a hazardous condition.
3. The reasonable damages to the County for the injury to, destruction of, or loss of County property, including parks and roads, resulting from a hazardous condition, including the costs of assessing the injury, destruction, or loss.
4. The excessive and extraordinary cost incurred by the County or the agents of the County in responding at and to the scene of a hazardous condition. If the bill for those services is not paid within 30 days, the County Attorney shall proceed to obtain payment by all legal means. If the cost of the cleanup is beyond the capacity of the County to finance it, the authorized officer shall report to the Board of Supervisors and immediately seek any State or federal funds available for said cleanup.