§ 99.140  VARIETY OF TREES PERMITTED TO BE PLANTED ALONG STREETS.
   (A)   The following varieties of trees may be planted along specified streets, namely: Norway maple, crimson king maple, summer shade maple, sugar maple, red maple, freeman maple, hackberry, American linden, little leaf linden, tulip poplar, paul scarlet thorn, red oak, pin oak, white oak, scarlet oak, swamp white oak, shingle oak, English oak, Heritage oak, Regal Prince oak, Chinquapin oak, European hornbeam, American hop hornbeam, Expresso Kentucky coffee tree,  sweet gum, sunburst or imperial locust, ginkgo (male), Bloodgood London plane tree, Princeton American elm, Valley Forge American elm, New Harmony American elm, Japanese Zelkova, sycamore and other trees as permitted by the Board of Park Commissioners. 
('74 Code, § 30-5)
   (B)   The planting of trees other than those listed in § 99.140(A) is prohibited along any street except by permission of the Board of Park Commissioners.
('74 Code, § 30-6)
(Ord. G-85-66, passed - -66; Am. Ord. G-32-11, passed 8-23-11)  Penalty, see § 99.999