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(A) Any person found to be in violation of any provision of § 130.01 or § 130.02 shall be fined not less than $75.00 and not more than $500.00 for each curfew violation, plus the administrative fee, unless that person is a ward of the court and then there shall be no mandatory fine. Additionally, any person found in violation of § 130.01 may be required to perform community service work or attend a class and/or program as approved by the presiding judge or hearing officer.
(Res. 95-60, adopted 3-16-95)
(B) The penalty for violation of § 130.19(A) shall be not less than $50 nor more than $1,000, plus the administrative fee. In addition to said fine, the offender may be ordered by the court to pay restitution to the property owner for the costs of restoring the property to its condition prior to the application of graffiti.
(C) The penalty for violation of § 130.19(B) shall not be less than $50 nor more than $1,000, plus the administrative fee, and a separate offense shall be deemed committed on each day during or on which a violation occurs or continues. Additionally, a judge or Hearing Officer may authorize the County to remove or cause to be removed the graffiti and may order the cost for removing to be paid by the defendant; if the defendant fails to pay for the removal the cost may be a lien against defendant's property.
(D) The penalty for violation for § 130.19(C) shall not be less than $50 nor more than $ 1,000, plus the administrative fee.
(E) Any person convicted of a violation of § 130.19(B) and (C), who is also found to have been a member of a street gang, as defined under the Illinois Streetgang Terrorism Omnibus Prevention Act, ILCS Ch. 740, Act 147, §§ 1 et. seq., at the time the offense was committed and who is found to have violated said section in conjunction with gang-related activities, shall be subject to a fine or not less than $500 nor more than $1,000, plus the administrative fee, in addition to other penalties provided in this section or any other local, state or federal laws.
(1980 Code, §130.99) (Res. 95-60, adopted 3-16-1995; Res. 00-231, passed 5-18-2000; Ord. 11-287, passed 8-18-2011)