(A)   Definition. As used in this section, TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEVICE or DEVICE means a device which is portable or which may be installed in a motor vehicle, boat or other means of transportation, and which is capable of receiving or transmitting speech, data, signals or other information, including but not limited to paging devices, cellular and mobile telephones, and radio transceivers, transmitters and receivers, but not including radios designed to receive only standard AM and FM broadcasts.
   (B)   Restriction on possession. No person under the age of 21 shall use or have in his or her possession any telecommunications device while in any school building or on any school property, during regular school hours or at any other time, unless the use or possession of such device by such person has first been expressly authorized by the school authorities; provided that a person who is not a student of the particular elementary or secondary school who is on school property as an invite of the school and who has possession of a telecommunications device for lawful and legitimate purposes shall not need to obtain authority from the elementary or secondary school authorities to possess such device on school property.
(Ord. 96-021, passed - -96) Penalty, see § 10.99