(A)   No motor vehicle over one-ton capacity bearing a commercial license and/or commercially licensed trailer may be parked or stored in a residential or public use zone except when loading, unloading or rendering service.
   (B)   Notwithstanding the foregoing, a resident may apply for an annual permit to be able to park one commercial motor vehicle over one ton capacity bearing a current commercial license at his or her place of residence on the driveway or established parking pad designed for that purpose, subject to the following conditions.
      (1)   The commercial motor vehicle must be owned by the resident making application.
      (2)   The commercial vehicle must not be left idling on the premises for any period of time in excess of 30 consecutive minutes.
      (3)   The resident must have obtained the consent of all adjacent property owners within 250 feet of his or her place of residence.
      (4)   The vehicle must not be on the resident’s premises for more than ten days per month of which not more than seven of the days may be consecutive.
      (5)   No trailers may be attached to the vehicle or left on premises at any time.
   (C)   Fees for the application for such a permit shall be established by the City Council from time to time and applications may be made to the office of the City Clerk-Administrator on a form established for that purpose by the office of the City Clerk-Administrator.
(1990 Code, § 1004.040)  Penalty, see § 10.99