§ 72.094  EMERGENCY REMOVAL OF PARKED OR DISABLED VEHICLES; EXPENSES TO BE BORNE BY OWNER.
   (A)   During any snow emergency declared by the City Manager, the Division of Police is authorized to remove, or have removed, any vehicle from a public way to the nearest place of safety (including another place on a public way), or to a place designated or maintained by the City Manager, Mayor, or Board of City Commissioners when the following occur.
      (1)   The vehicle is parked on a public way designated as a snow emergency route while a parking prohibition is in effect.
      (2)   The vehicle is parked in violation of § 72.092 and is interfering with or about to interfere with snow removal operations.
      (3)   The vehicle is stalled or disabled on the normally traveled portion of any public way, when the owner or operator thereof is not promptly pursuing the removal of the vehicle.
   (B)   The removal of vehicles as authorized herein is supplemental to any other provision of law granting the Division of Police authority to remove vehicles.
   (C)   The owner of any towed or removed vehicle shall be responsible for any expenses incurred including but not limited to towing and storage fees.
('83 Code, § 72.094) (Ord. 77-1978, passed 12-7-78)