(a)    A permit issued by the Service Director or his designated representative shall be required for the shipping or transportation of the following radioactive materials by motor vehicle into, within, through or out of the City.
      (1)    Plutonium isotopes in any quantity and form exceeding two grams or twenty curies, whichever is less;
      (2)    Uranium enriched in the isotope U-235 exceeding twenty-five atomic percent of the total uranium content in quantities where the U-235 content exceeds one kilogram;
      (3)    Any elements having an atomic number of eighty-nine or greater, the activity of which exceeds twenty curies;
      (4)    Spent reactor fuel elements or mixed fission products associated with such fuel elements the activity of which exceeds twenty curies;
      (5)    Large quantity radioactive materials exceeding twenty curies;
      (6)    Any quantity, arrangement and packaging combination of fissile material specified by the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission as a "Fissile Class III" shipment in 10 CFR Part 71, entitled "Packaging of Radioactive Materials for Transport", Section 71.4(d)(3); or
      (7)    Any shipment or transportation of radioactive material that is required by the appropriate regulating agency to be accompanied by an escort for safety reasons.
   (b)    This section shall not apply to radioactive materials shipped or transported by or for the United States government for military or security purposes or which are related to national defense.
   (c)    Whoever violates or fails to comply with any of the provisions of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor of the first degree. Punishment shall be as provided in Section 698.02. (Ord. 1978-63. Passed 12-19-78.)