[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Irvington 2-29-1916. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Fees and charges — See Ch. 114.
Complaints against any person or corporation for the violation of any ordinance of the Village may be preferred to the Mayor. He shall thereupon hear and consider such complaint, and if he determines that any ordinance of the Village has been violated, and that there is sufficient evidence and just cause to warrant the prosecution of any person or corporation therefor, and shall deem it advisable to bring a civil action against the offender for the penalty prescribed, he shall cause such action to be commenced forthwith in a court of competent jurisdiction, for the recovery of the penalty prescribed. Such suit shall be in the name of the Village, and he shall prosecute such action to judgment, or settle the same on such terms as to him may seem for the best interests of the Village.
[Amended 8-18-2003 by L.L. No. 20-2003]
In case no penalty has been herein prescribed for the violation of an ordinance, then and in such case, the penalty is hereby fixed at the amount as set from time to time by the Board of Trustees for this section for each violation thereof.
In addition to the penalty prescribed in any of these ordinances not declaring a violation disorderly conduct, each and every violation shall constitute disorderly conduct and every person violating the same is hereby declared a disorderly person, and upon conviction, shall be subject to a fine in the sum of the penalty fixed in such ordinance for the violation thereof, to be enforced by imprisonment in the county jail for a period of one day for each $1 of such fine until paid.