(A)   Roadside stands and temporary businesses shall comply with the following locational requirements.
      (1)   Private property. When located upon private property, such stands or businesses must be located within the Central Business District or a commercial use district as provided in Chapter 153 of this code of ordinances.
      (2)   Public rights-of-way. When located within a public right-of-way, such stands or businesses must, if not continually moving:
         (a)   Be located within or adjacent to the Central Business District or a commercial use district as provided in Chapter 153 of this code of ordinances;
         (b)   Be at least ten feet from the traveled portion of any drive, roadway or alley; and
         (c)   Provide at least six feet clearance on all public walks or pedestrian ways.
      (3)   Public property. When located on public property other than the public rights-of-way, such stands or businesses shall be permitted at the discretion of the City Manager under the policy guidance of the City Council. The City Council may, by ordinance or resolution, establish such additional programs or requirements it deems fit for the operation or franchising on public property of any business regulated by this chapter.
(Prior Code, § 7.62)
   (B)   It shall be unlawful for any person traveling about the city doing business from any vehicle which is self-propelled, propelled by human power or propelled by any other means to:
      (1)   Operate a vehicle when under the age of 18 years;
      (2)   Double park in any manner;
      (3)   Operate the vehicle backwards in making or attempting to make a sale;
      (4)   Permit any person to hang on the vehicle;
      (5)   Refuse to remove the vehicle from any street, sidewalk or public place in the city upon the request of a police officer when, in the opinion of the police officer, said vehicle is causing traffic congestion;
      (6)   Cry his or her wares in a loud voice or use any noise-producing device other than a soft chime, and the limit of audibility of his or her voice or chime shall not be more than 200 feet from the source of such sound; or
      (7)   Make or attempt to make a sale from a side of a vehicle not closest to the nearest curb or berm.
(Prior Code, § 7.63)
Penalty, see § 10.99