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509.10 LOITERING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY.
(a) No pedestrian, loiterer, member of a loitering gang or group of other person shall intentionally block ways and entries to or congregate on private property in the nonresidential districts of the City, as specified on the Zone Map which is part of the Zoning Code, where business is conducted or services rendered and an invitation to enter is made to members of the public, express or implied, for such purpose. No such person shall interfere with the intended use of parking lots adjacent to such business or part of the same property where the business is located. It shall be prima-facie evidence of such intent when such person continues to loiter or block passage when such person remains after being requested by a police officer or owner, lessee or person in charge of the property to move on.
(b) Whoever violates this section is guilty of a minor misdemeanor.
(Ord. 52-1974. Passed 1-28-75.)