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(A) It shall be unlawful for any person, or entity, to directly or indirectly operate, drive, park, load or unload any vehicle or equipment on or about a city street, pavement, curb, sidewalk, or other city right-of-way when the vehicle or equipment is equipped with anything other than pneumatic tires where the vehicle or equipment comes in contact with the ground, street, pavement, curb, sidewalk, or other city right-of-way. This includes vehicles and equipment with pneumatic tires where other non-pneumatic parts of the vehicle or equipment may come in contact with the ground, street, pavement, curb, sidewalk, or other city right-of-way.
(B) Should it become evident to the Building Inspector, City Administrator, or other citation authority of the city, that damage has been done to any city street, curb, pavement, sidewalk, or other city right-of-way in conjunction with any construction, maintenance, or repairs on any property located within the city, in addition to the penalties outlined in § 95.99, no further permits or certificates, of any nature, shall be issued to the owner of such property, or the owner and/or operator of the equipment, unless and until the damage has been repaired to the Building Inspector’s, City Administrator’s, or the other citation authorities satisfaction, and paid for by the property owner, or the operator/owner of the equipment doing the damage.
(C) Should any property owner, operator, or equipment owner, as provided in division (B), fail to make the necessary repairs as indicated pursuant to division (B) within a reasonable time, the Building Inspector, or his or her designee, shall have the right to revoke or suspend any previously issued permit or certificate for the construction, maintenance, or repairs that were being conducted on the property.
(Ord. 1997-0-10, passed 5-27-97; Am. Ord. 2003-O-19, passed 11-3-03) Penalty, see § 95.99