§ 156.02  GARAGE OR YARD SALES.
   (A)   For the purpose of this section, the following definition shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
      GARAGE or YARD SALE. A public or private sale conducted by the owner or occupier of a premise, and conducted within a residence, garage, other accessory buildings or outside thereof, which sale is of six or more items of personal property owned or in the possession of the owner or occupier of the premises, which personal property was not acquired by the owner or occupier for the purpose of resale.
   (B)   A garage or yard sale may be conducted two times in any one calendar year on any premises located in any R1, R2, or R3 zone, but no such sale shall be conducted for more than three consecutive days.
   (C)   All items of personal property sold at a garage or yard sale shall be owned by the owner or occupier of the premises, unless permission for sale of items not owned is given at the time of issuance of the permit provided for herein by the person issuing the permit.
   (D)   A garage or yard sale shall only be conducted during the hours from sunrise to sunset.
   (E)   All personal property exhibited for sale outside any structure during a garage or yard sale shall be removed from the outside and placed within a structure immediately following the last day of the sale. All signs erected for a garage or yard sale shall likewise be removed.
   (F)   No garage or yard sale shall be held without the owner or occupier of the premises having first obtained a permit therefor. Such permit shall be obtained by applying therefor from the Administrator who shall issue the permit upon payment of a fee of $5. The permit shall specify the address and date of the sale.
   (G)   The permit shall be posted in plain view on the premises during the date(s) of the sale.
   (H)   It shall be the duty of the Administrator to enforce these regulations and to bring any violations or lack of compliance to the attention of the Town Attorney who may file a complaint against the person and prosecute the alleged violation.
(Ord. 2002-10, passed 7-23-02)