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SEC. 85.06.  ADVERTISING SALES IN RESIDENTIAL AREAS.
   (Amended by Ord. No. 166,310, Eff. 11/16/90.)
 
   (a)   No person shall place, establish, or maintain any sign, banner, billboard or other advertisement which is visible to the operator of any motor vehicle operated on any public street, road or highway and which sign displays any word, phrase, character or symbol calculated to direct traffic on to any residential street and which sign advertises the sale of any goods, wares or merchandise including printed matter which sale is to occur on any property not zoned for commercial use.  The provisions of this section shall include but not be limited to placement of the advertisement on any motor vehicle.
 
   (b)   A residential street shall be defined as any public street with fewer than three lanes intended for vehicular traffic where a majority of the buildings situated on the property contiguous thereto are used for residential purposes, whether single-family or multi-family dwellings.
 
   (c)   This section shall not apply to the otherwise lawful placing, erecting or maintaining of any sign, banner or billboard advertising any lawful garage, yard, rummage or similar sale to be conducted on the property of the seller.