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(A) No person shall park any car or pickup on any public street for a period in excess of ten days. No person shall park any other vehicle, motor home, trailer, or boat on any public street for a period in excess of three days. The intent of this section is to penalize people who use the street as a storage area for their vehicles, but not to penalize people who use their cars or pickups on a day-to-day or other similarly regular basis and park that vehicle on the street.
(B) No person shall park any vehicle, motor home, trailer, or boat on any public right-of-way, including parking areas, for the purpose of advertising that vehicle, mobile home, trailer, or boat for sale or lease.
(C) It is unlawful to disassemble, construct, reconstruct, repair, and/or service motor vehicles or motor vehicle trailers of any kind in or upon any street, road, alley, or public thoroughfare in the city or upon private property where visible from the street or the adjacent property, except for emergency service; provided that such emergency service shall not extend over a period of 72 hours, except when required to be made in a street, road, alley, or other public thoroughfare; in which case, an emergency service shall not extend over a period of two hours, and does not interfere with or impede the flow of traffic. A violation of this section shall also constitute a public nuisance, which shall be punishable by a fine as set forth in § 90.99.
(Ord. 01-2004, passed 9-8-2003; Ord. 02-2008, passed 4-14-2008) Penalty, see § 90.99
Traffic Code, see Title VII