§ 485.14  Interference, Tampering or Mooring to Navigation Aids
   (a)   No person shall without lawful authority climb on, swim and hang on, dive off, tie a watercraft to or attempt to tie a watercraft to, injure, sink, disconnect from its anchor, damage, deface or interfere with any buoy or other aid to navigation which is placed, anchored or erected by the United States Coast Guard, State or City.
   (b)   No person shall knowingly damage, remove or tamper with any signal, buoy or other aid to navigation.
   (c)   No person, unless in distress and no other watercraft or vessel is endangered thereby, shall moor to, anchor to or tie up to any marker, aid, buoy, light or other aid to navigation.
   (d)   No person shall purposely sever the mooring lines, set adrift, injure or damage in any manner any watercraft which is moored, docked, buoyed or tied up on the waters of Cleveland.
(Ord. No. 1684-76. Passed 6-29-76, eff. 7-6-76)