§ 92.13  ABANDONED, INOPERABLE AND UNLICENSED VEHICLES; OUTSIDE STORAGE OF VEHICLES AND TRAILERS.
   (A)   No vehicle which is abandoned, non- functional, in a state of disrepair or lacking a valid license shall be stored in excess of 72 hours in any residential zone, unless it is in a completely enclosed building.
   (B)   It shall be unlawful for any person to live in any boat, automobile, camper, recreational vehicle or truck within the jurisdiction of the legislative body, except houseboats may be permitted along the Licking and Ohio Rivers.
   (C)   The outside storage in excess of 72 hours of any trailer, mobile home, recreational vehicle, camper, boat or similar type equipment shall be restricted to the rear yard of all lots within the jurisdiction of the legislative body, except herein provided and in cases where, due to unique conditions, topographic or other, which do not allow use of the rear yard, the Code Enforcement Board may permit such storage to be located in the side yard of the lot following review and approval by the Board. The Board may impose certain requirements (such as provided in the Zoning Code) to ensure that the vehicle and related equipment is properly screened from view of the adjacent property. In no case shall more than one of the aforementioned vehicles or similar type equipment be permitted outside of an enclosed building on any lot or parcel of land.
   (D)   It shall be unlawful to park or to keep any truck in excess of 10,000 pounds manufacturer’s gross vehicle weight at any place on property located in a residential district zone, except in a completely enclosed garage.
   (E)   Any provision which does not comply with the provisions of division (A) above, at the time of adoption of this chapter, shall be given a period of 60 days from the date of adoption of this chapter to comply with all the provisions of this section. Further, any property which does not comply with the provisions of divisions (C) and (D) above shall be given a period of six months from the date of adoption of this section to comply with all the provisions of these sections.
   (F)   Any violation of this section shall be a civil offense, and violators may be subject to the civil fines set forth in § 92.99.
(1984 Code, § 92.13)  (Ord. O-45-06, passed 9-26-2006; Ord. O-5-09, passed 1-20-2009; Ord. O-32-16, passed 11-15-2016; Ord. O-12-17, passed 6-27-2017; Ord. O-15-20, passed 8-11-2020)  Penalty, see § 92.99