511.11  PLAYING OF RADIOS, BOOM BOXES, TAPE CASSETTES, DISCPLAYERS OR ANY OTHER SOUND DEVICES PROHIBITED.
   (a)   No person shall play any radio, music player such as "boom box", tape cassette, disc player or television, audio system or musical instrument or any other type of sound service upon any public road, street, highway, or private property in this municipality in a manner or at a volume as to disturb the quiet, comfort or repose of other persons an exception is made for organized events which have received a valid permit from the city as set forth in other sections of this code.
   (b)   No person shall play any radio, music player such as a "boom box", tape cassette player, disc player, television, audio system or musical instrument or any other type of sound device in a manner or at a volume as to disturb the quiet, comfort or repose of neighboring inhabitants or at a volume which is plainly audible at a distance of fifty (50) feet or more from the source of the noise to persons other than those who are in the room in which such device or instrument is played and who are voluntary listeners thereto.
   (c)   In addition to the maximum penalty of one thousand ($1,000.00) Dollars and six months in jail, or both, the following additional penalty applies:  First offense- a mandatory minimum fine of one hundred ($100.00) dollars; second offense- a mandatory minimum fine of two hundred ($200.00) dollars; third offense and thereafter- a mandatory minimum fine of three hundred ($300.00) dollars and three (3) days in jail.
   (d)    Upon conviction for a violation of this section, the sound device used during the commission of the offense shall be subject to seizure and payment of a judgment. 
(Ord. 6339-92.  Passed 4-20-92)