10.4.5.   PENALTIES FOR OF NATIVE PLANT PRESERVATION STANDARDS
   In addition to the general remedies authorized by Sections 10.4.1 through 10.4.3, any of Section 7.7, Native Plant Preservation, is subject to the following enforcement, penalties, fines, and other remedies:
   A.   Fines
   Any who, individually or through the acts of another , intentionally or negligently damages, destroys, or removes from the any , except as authorized by an approved , is  subject to the following:
      1.   A fine as determined for the damage, destruction, or removal from the of each based upon the following schedule:
         a.   For each viable Saguaro: a minimum of $200 per foot of main trunk and $200 per foot of each arm with a maximum not to exceed $2,500 per Saguaro;
         b.   For each viable protected native tree or shrub: a minimum of $300 per inch measured at six inches for single-trunked specimens and 12 inches for multi-trunked specimens above level at the base of the tree with a maximum not to exceed $2,500 per tree or shrub; or,
         c.   For all other viable protected native cacti or succulents: a minimum of $300 per specimen with a maximum not to exceed $2,500 per cactus.
      2.   A fine of not less than $500 nor more than $2,500 if plant materials are , destroyed, or removed from the prior to approval of a .
   B.   Additional Penalties
   Any who, individually or through the acts of another , intentionally or negligently damages, destroys, or removes from the any , except as authorized by an approved , may be subject to one or more of the following, in addition to any fines imposed in accordance with Section 10.4.5.A:
      1.    in accordance with Section 7.7.5, Plant Preservation Standards, and any supplemental determined to be appropriate to restore the natural habitat and which have been , destroyed, or removed from the ;
      2.   Supplemental maintenance and monitoring requirements for following the final inspection performed on the for a period not to exceed eight years;
      3.   Revocation of zoning compliance for any permits which have been issued for the ; or,
      4.   Immediate suspension by the PDSD of any permits issued by the for of the property. Any such suspension shall remain in effect until permits expire unless the in a manner which is satisfactory to the PDSD . The decision by the PDSD to suspend any permit, or to reject a proposal to provide the necessary for the reinstatement of the permits, shall be appealable pursuant to PDSD’s established procedures.
   C.   Recording of Permit Suspension or Revocation
   Where any permit issued by the is suspended until its expiration pursuant to Section 10.4.5.B.4, no new permit may be issued for the property until any fines issued pursuant to Section 10.4.5.A have been fully paid and all required pursuant to Section 10.4.5.B.1 has been fully performed. A notice of this requirement for the issuance of any future permit on the property shall be recorded on the property by the PDSD with the Pima County Recorder.