(A)   An OBSTRUCTION is defined as a refuse container/roll-off dumpster, construction materials associated with a building project other than street construction or repair, or other stationary objects which may require temporary placement upon a public street or right-of-way.
   (B)   No person shall place any obstruction in or upon a public street or right-of-way without first obtaining a permit. Applications for such permit shall be made on forms as may be prescribed and shall contain such information as is reasonably necessary to make a fair determination whether a permit shall be issued, and such application shall be filed not less than 48 hours in advance of the placement of the obstruction.
   (C)   A permit shall be denied or cancelled if the following requirements for the placement of a temporary obstruction upon a public street or right-of-way are not met, satisfied or maintained:
      (1)   Such obstruction shall not exceed an overall length of 24 feet and a width of eight feet.
      (2)   The location for the placement of the temporary obstruction shall not impair the vision of motorists or pedestrians using a public street or right-of-way in the general area of the obstruction, and that the location for the placement of the obstruction is deemed to be safe and proper by authorities.
      (3)   That reflectorized barricades shall be placed at each end of the obstruction perpendicular to the curb line or such temporary obstruction shall be required to display reflectorized striping either red/white or orange/white for night visibility and safety. Three continuous horizontal reflectorized stripes four inches minimum width shall be displayed along the top, center and bottom of the entire length and width of the three sides of the temporary obstruction which are exposed to traffic. Such barricades shall be placed and maintained by the owner or user of the obstruction for the entire duration that the obstruction remains at its location. Such barricades shall be a saw buck type with reflectorized tape on the cross arm, and shall be a minimum of eight feet in length.
      (4)   Said temporary obstruction shall not remain upon a public street or right-of-way for more than 14 consecutive days; however, a permit may be renewed for an additional 14 consecutive days.
      (5)   That the public street or right-of-way surrounding the temporary obstruction shall be kept clean and free of debris.
   (D)   Whoever violates any such provision shall be guilty of a minor misdemeanor. A separate offense shall be deemed committed each day during or on which a violation continues or occurs.
(Ord. 13-10-01, passed 11-5-13) Penalty, see § 94.99