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TITLE 4 HEALTH AND PUBLIC SAFETY

CHAPTER 2 VEHICLE STORAGE; JUNK AND LITTER CONTROL

SECTION 4-2-3 RECREATIONAL OR COMMERCIAL VEHICLES; BUSES

   
  (A)          Recreational Vehicles: No recreation vehicle or trailers may be parked, stored or maintained upon any roads, streets, sidewalks, City rights of way, or highways for longer than one (1) week.
   
  (B)           Commercial Vehicles: No commercial vehicles may be parked, stored, or maintained upon any roads, streets, sidewalks, City rights of way, or highway.
   
  (C)          Buses: No buses may be parked, stored or maintained upon any roads, streets, sidewalks, City rights of way, or highways.
   
  4-2-4                        OBSTRUCTION OF SIDEWALKS, WALKWAYS, AND PATHS: No vehicle, object, or equipment shall be parked, placed, maintained or obstruct any sidewalk, designated walkway, bridle path or bicycle path.
   
  4-2-5                        STORAGE BETWEEN CITY PROPERTY LINE AND SETBACK LINE: 
   
  (A)          Items Enumerated: The following items must not be parked, stored, or otherwise maintained in the area between the city property line and the required setback line.  Material such as, but not limited to, newspapers, cartons, boxes, pallets, barrels, wood, brush, weeds, branches, yard trimmings, furniture, tin cans, appliances, broken glass, broken concrete, lumber scraps, wire, plastics, recyclable materials, bedding, sawdust, ashes, clinkers, and industrial waste.
   
  (B)           Concealed From Public View: All such items shall be stored or maintained behind the building setback line and screened from front view by natural terrain, growth, fences, garages, or other allowable obstruction as approved by the planning and zoning codes of the City of Menan.
   
  4-2-6                        LITTERING:
   
  (A)          Public or Private Places: No person shall throw or deposit litter in or upon any private property, canal right of way, public street, alley, sidewalk, park, right or way or upon any publicly-owned property within the City, except in receptacles designed therefore.
   
  (B)           Accumulation Upon Private Property: It shall be unlawful for any person owning or having control of private property within the City to deposit, store or allow the accumulation of litter upon such property, except:
  (1)   The temporary storage or accumulation of construction debris or materials in a manner which prevents the same from being blown upon adjoining property, while a building or structure is being constructed upon the premises, or during remodeling or reconstruction thereof.
  (2)   Upon any property owned or operated by any recycler, salvage dealer, or junk yard dealer licensed by the City, subject to all provisions and restrictions contained in any ordinance or statue governing the operation of such licensed business. 
   
  (C)          Littering From Vehicles: No person shall throw, or permit to be thrown from any vehicle, any litter or handbills while a driver or passenger in a vehicle being operated upon a public street or alley.
   
  4-2-7                        DEPOSIT OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS: No person shall pour or deposit oil or any other petroleum product upon any private property, canal right of way, public street, alley, sidewalk, park or other public property, provided nothing herein shall prevent the use of oil, asphalt or other petro-chemicals for the purpose of construction, maintenance or operation of a street or alley.
   
  4-2-8                        PENALTIES: A violation of any of the provisions of this chapter shall be a misdemeanor, and shall be punishable by a fine, not to exceed three hundred dollars ($300), and that no violation citation shall issue until the offender has received at least one (1) warning and has been given a period of thirty (30) days to comply with the ordinance after notice of violation, that each day during which the condition is allowed to exist subsequent to official notice shall be deemed a separate offense.