(5, PART 3)
as a summary offense, with a criminal fine not to exceed $1,000 per violation and imprisonment not to exceed 30 days. Each day that a violation of this Part continues to exist shall constitute a separate offense. Such civil enforcement, criminal enforcement, and fines shall be in accordance with provisions of 53 P.S. §66601, as amended.
Council may direct the removal, repair, or alterations to any such dangerous structure by the landowner or occupier of the premises, and in default of which Council may cause the same to be done, and collect the cost thereof, together with a penalty of 10% of such cost, and attorney’s fees of 5% of the claim, and may pursue collection in the manner of municipal claims, or by an action of assumpsit, or by an action in equity, to compel the landowner or occupier of the premises to comply with the terms of any notice of violation; or seek any such other relief as a court of competent jurisdiction is empowered to afford.
(Ord. 561, 6/13/2011, §IV)
§305. DESIGNATION OF ENFORCEMENT OFFICER.
This Part shall be enforced by the Canton Borough Code Enforcement Officer, or by any other person designated, subsequent to the enactment of this Part, by resolution adopted in public session by the Canton Borough Council.
This Borough Code Enforcement Officer is authorized to perform all duties necessary and appropriate to be performed in the view of Canton Borough related to this Part including, but not necessarily limited to, making all necessary inspections, and enforcement of violations and penalties.
(Ord. 561, 6/13/2011, §V)
Supp. V; added 9/12/2011