§14-1707. Penalties. [374]


(1) In addition to any other sanction and/or remedial procedure provided, any person who violates any provision of this Title, any regulations adopted thereunder, or any condition of any permit or certificate required thereunder, shall be subject to a fine of not less than one hundred fifty (150) dollars nor more than three hundred (300) dollars for each violation.

(2) Each week that any person shall fail, neglect or refuse to comply with the provisions of this Title shall constitute a separate violation, for which a separate fine or penalty may be imposed.

(3) Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 14-1707(01) and (2) of this Title, in addition to any other sanctions and/or remedial procedure provided, any person who violates any of the provisions of this Title listed below, any regulation adopted thereunder, or any condition of any permit or certificate required thereunder, shall be subject to a fine of three hundred dollars ($300) per day for every day that any such person shall fail, neglect or refuse to comply with the said provisions, regulations or conditions. The provisions of this Title to which this section apply are the following:[375]

(a) 14-302(5);

(b) 14-303(2)(r);

(c) 14-303(8);

(d) 14-304(1)(g);

(e) 14-304(7);

(f) 14-305(7);

(g) 14-306(7);

(h) 14-306.1(8);

(i) 14-306.2(8);

(j) 14-307(7);

(k) 14-308(5);

(l) 14-309(6);

(m) 14-2009(5);

(n) 14-2009(6);

(o) 14-2009(7); and

(p) 14-1607(8).

(4) Repeat Offenders. Any person who commits, on more than one occasion, a violation of any provision of this Title, any regulations adopted thereunder, or any condition of any permit or certificate required thereunder, shall be guilty of a separate offense of Repeat Violation, and for each such Repeat Violation, shall be subject to a fine of not more than three hundred (300) dollars, or imprisonment for not more than ninety (90) days, or both. A person shall be guilty of a Repeat Violation regardless whether the second or subsequent violation occurs before or after a judicial finding of a first or previous violation. Each violation, after the first, shall constitute a separate Repeat Violation offense.