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Why does a violator usually get time to correct an ordinance violation before a citation is issued?
One of our goals is to ensure compliance with county ordinances. Giving a violator a reasonable amount of time to correct a violation before a citation is given allows the violator sufficient time to correct most violations.

It also demonstrates to a judge, if a citation is issued, that the violator had the ordinance explained to them and was afforded sufficient opportunity to correct the violation, even if they were not initially aware they were violating a county ordinance. Repeat offenders are typically issued a citation immediately.

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