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SEC. 7A-16.   PROHIBITING THE POSTING OF NOTICES ON POLES, TREES, AND STRUCTURES; PRESUMPTIONS; DEFENSES.
   (a)   A person commits an offense if he posts or affixes or causes to be posted or affixed any notice, poster, paper, or device, which is calculated to attract the attention of the public, to any lamp post, utility pole, telephone pole, cellular telephone pole, or tree that is located on any public right-of-way or other public property, or to any public structure or building.
   (b)   Whenever any notice, poster, paper, or device is posted or affixed, or caused to be posted or affixed, in violation of Subsection (a) of this section, it is presumed that the person whose address or telephone number is listed in the notice, poster, paper, or device, or who is otherwise named, described, or identified in the notice, poster, paper, or device, is the person who committed the violation, either personally or through an agent or employee.
   (c)   It is a defense to prosecution under Subsection (a) of this section that the notice, poster, paper, or device was posted or affixed in a manner and location authorized or required by another city ordinance or by state or federal law.  (Ord. Nos. 10371; 23632)