§ 76.10  PROHIBITION OF TRUCK USE IN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS.
   (A)   Trucks of capacity in excess of manufacturer’s rated load carrying capacity in excess of one ton, or commercial or diesel tractors, shall be prohibited in residential “A” or residential “B” zones as to parking, storage, or other use, except for delivery or immediate thoroughfare purposes, or vehicles engaged in active construction on the premises where situated.  Residence streets and the south side and north side of West Main Street between West Street and Elm Street shall not be used for parking, storage or layover of trucks in excess of the manufacture’s rated load-carrying capacity
of one ton, or for tractors or other vehicular equipment.  The area adjacent to the High School grounds on North Elm Street and the Highland County Fairgrounds shall be exempt from the prohibitions of this section.
   (B)   This section may be enforced by the police upon view, and violators thereof may be the driver, operator, or owner of the vehicle when it is parked upon a public street.  Citation shall be made, and shall be done upon view by the Housing Inspector or the Police Department.
   (C)   This section shall control § 76.09 as to trucks prohibited thereunder or tractors prohibited thereunder and shall be construed in conjunction with § 76.09.
   (D)   A violation of this section shall result in a fine of no more than $50 and costs.
(Ord. 1975-9, passed 6-16-75; Am. Ord. 1984-18, passed 8-6-84; Am. Ord. 1989-17, passed 10-2-89)
Cross-reference:
   Truck routes, see Ch. 80, Schedule II