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(A) Any person found guilty of an offense under this chapter shall pay a civil fine in an amount not less than $25 and not more than $1,000. Each calendar day during which the violation continues to exist shall constitute a separate offense.
(B) In addition to any fine imposed under division (A) above, the Chief Subdivision Engineer may revoke any site development permit issued to that person.
(C) In addition to any fine imposed under division (A) above or action taken under division (B) above, the Chief Subdivision Engineer may issue an order requiring the suspension of any further work on the site. This stop-work order shall be in writing, shall indicate the reason for its issuance, and shall specify the action, if any, required to be taken in order to resume work. One copy of the stop-work order shall be posted on the site in a conspicuous place and one copy shall be delivered in the manner prescribed in § 164.166 to the permittee, if any, or if none, to the person in whose name the site was last assessed for taxes as disclosed by the records of the Supervisor of Assessments.
(D) In the enforcement of this chapter, the Chief Subdivision Engineer may bring any action, legal or equitable, including an action for injunctive relief that may be necessary.
(E) Any person, firm, corporation or governmental body not exempted by state law that commences any clearing, grading, stripping, excavating, or filling of land without first obtaining a site development permit from the county shall be required to obtain an after the fact site development permit. Refer to County Board Resolution 07-86 et seq. for the after the fact site development permit fee.
(Ord. 10-164, passed 6-17-2010)