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Passed – 05/26/20
Effective – 06/08/20
Sent to Codifier – 06/12/20
ORDINANCE NO. 20-26
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 104 (DEPOSIT OF COINS OR TOKENS; TIME LIMITS; PROHIBITIONS) OF ARTICLE 15 (PARKING METER REGULATIONS) OF CHAPTER 10 (MOTOR VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC) OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF COLORADO SPRINGS 2001, AS AMENDED, PERTAINING TO TIME LIMITATIONS FOR DEPOSIT OF TOKENS AT METERED PARKING SPACES AND PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COLORADO SPRINGS:
Section 1. Section 104 (Deposit of Coins or Tokens; Time Limits; Prohibitions) of Article 15 (Parking Meter Regulations) of Chapter 10 (Motor Vehicles and Traffic) of the Code of the City of Colorado Springs 2001, as amended, is amended to read as follows:
10.15.104: DEPOSIT OF COINS OR TOKENS; TIME LIMITS; PROHIBITIONS:
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E. A vehicle may be parked in a parking meter space without operation of the meter on Sundays prior to one o’clock (1:00) P.M., on “holidays” as defined in this chapter, and during those hours of the day when the requirement to deposit coins or tokens does not apply as determined from the parking meter sign or legend.
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Section 2. Any person convicted of a violation of this Section 104 (Deposit of Coins or Tokens; Time Limits; Prohibitions) of Article 15 (Parking Meter Regulations) of Chapter 10 (Motor Vehicles and Traffic) shall be punished as provided in Section 101 (Penalties) of Part 1 (General Provisions) of Article 1 (Administration and Enforcement) of Chapter 10 (Motor Vehicles and Traffic) and Section 104 (Right to Trial by Jury; Jail; Exceptions) of Part 1 (Trial by Jury) of Article 4 (Jury Provisions) of Chapter 11 (Municipal Court).
Section 3. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its final adoption and publication as provided by Charter.
Section 4. Council deems it appropriate that this ordinance be published by title and summary prepared by the City Clerk and that this ordinance be available for inspection and acquisition in the office of the City Clerk.
Introduced, read, passed on first reading and ordered published this 12 th day of May, 2020.
Finally passed: May 26, 2020 ________________________________
Approved on ______________________.
Disapproved on _____________________, based on the following objections:
Council Action After Disapproval:
Council did not act to override the Mayor’s veto.
Finally adopted on a vote of ________________, on ________________.
Council action on __________________ failed to override the Mayor’s veto.
Sarah B. Johnson, City Clerk