Sure you can.
However, I like NEís (PA) answer.
So you sue them and you win. Where you going to move to. You may not be very happy where you are right now.
Have you STUDIED your city ordinances and do you know them.
It amazes me when a council member says (and the other council members go along with the first one), well I THINK our ordinance says so and so. Just who in the the H--- says you are supposed to THINK. You should KNOW.
If you do this. Check and see if they also violated your 4th and 14th constitutional rights.
Also, you should have started your evidence trail. If this has been going on for a while you should have maybe 3 or 4 hundred pictures of other things in the community that the zoning and city has not enforced OR has selectively tried to enforce.
You should also have a map of your town. Laminate it. Cut off the hand of anyone who tries to mark on your map. Make grid squares so you can identify locations. On the back of your pictures print the location of where the picture was taken ( N-3, or B-2 and so on) and the date. Place a colored sticky on the map where the ordinance violation has occurred. Write on your sticky the picture code so you can cross reference between the map and picture. Soon you will have a map with many, many colored dots (stick onís). Get minutes of council meetings. Keep articles of newspapers printed where council has said or done such and such.
I could go on but this should get you started.
Don't ask me how it is that I have an idea of what to do.