(A)   It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to park any motor vehicle, or place any obstruction, either temporary or permanent, within any public road right-of-way. This subsection is in addition to and supplemental to F.S. § 316.2045.
(Ord. 8, passed 5-13-74; Am. Ord. 8A, passed 6-11-75)
   (B)   It shall be unlawful for any person to place or deposit, or cause or allow to be placed or deposited on any street, avenue, alley, sidewalk, park, or other public space within the limits of the city, any building material whatsoever, or any article or thing which may obstruct or hinder the traffic thereon, without a special permit from the City Council or its designated representative. The permit shall state clearly what space may be used and what materials may be placed thereon, the length of time the permit shall remain in force, and the terms and conditions on which the authorization for placing materials on public property is granted. When in the discretion of the City Council or an official designated by the City Council, it becomes necessary for the protection of motorists or pedestrians, the person issued the permit shall provide adequate protective devices, to include but not be limited to sheds, walls, and guard rails to protect persons in the area. These protective devices shall be construed in accordance with plans approved by the City Council or an official designated by the City Council, and shall be maintained thereafter during the construction or repair, but under no conditions shall the streets and sidewalks be obstructed to so great an extent as not to allow passage of pedestrians and vehicular traffic.
(Ord. 40, passed 2-19-76) Penalty, see § 10.99