(A)   The owner or person in lawful possession of an off-street parking facility, after notifying the Police or Sheriff’s Department, and the municipality providing on-street parking or owning, operating or providing and off-street parking facility, may cause the removal, from a stall or space designated exclusively for handicapped or disabled persons or temporarily handicapped or disabled persons, of any vehicles not displaying proper identification or the distinguishing license plates specified in this subchapter if there is posted immediately adjacent to and visible from such stall or space a sign which clearly and conspicuously state the area so designated as a tow-in zone.
   (B)   Anyone parking in any on-street parking space which has been designated exclusively for handicapped or disabled persons temporarily handicapped or motor vehicles for the transportation of such persons, or in any so exclusively designated parking space in any off-street parking facility, without properly displaying the proper identification or when the handicapped or disabled person to whom or for whom the license plate or permit is issued is not being transported shall be guilty of a traffic infraction as defined in Neb. RS 60-672 and shall be subject to the penalties and procedures set forth in Neb. RS 60-689.
   (C)   In the case of a privately-owned off-street parking facility, the owner or person in lawful possession of such facility shall inform the municipality of a violation of this subchapter prior to taking any action pursuant to this subchapter.
(Prior Code, § 5-316)  Penalty, see § 10.99
Statutory reference:
   Related provisions, see Neb. RS 18-1736 through 18-1737 and 18-1741.01 through 18-1741.07