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BOULEVARD OR BERM: That area of ground between the roadway and the sidewalk or, if there be no sidewalk, it is the area of the ground between the roadway and the dedicated limits of the street or avenue.
ROADWAY: That portion of the street or avenue improved, designed or ordinarily used for vehicular travel.
B. Prohibited Acts Or Encroachments:
1. Parking: No person shall stop, stand or park a motor vehicle, whether attended or unattended, except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic or in compliance with the directions of a police officer or traffic control device, upon a sidewalk or boulevard.
2. Signs: Any sign or signs or billboard, except official or quasi-official signs, standing or erected upon a boulevard is a public nuisance, and may be abated by removing the sign.
3. Buildings: No person shall erect or cause to be erected or permit any building or structure to stand upon the boulevard.
C. Permits: Nothing herein shall prohibit the parking of motor vehicles upon the sidewalk or boulevard or the erection of signs or billboards upon the boulevard or the maintaining of a building or structure upon the boulevard if written application is made to the council requesting the privilege of parking motor vehicles upon the sidewalk or boulevard, or the erection of signs or billboards upon the boulevard, or the maintaining of a building or structure upon the boulevard, and the council, by vote of three-fourths (3/4) of the entire council, grants such permission. (Ord. 222; amd. 1967 Code §25.08)