§ 72.08  PARKING OF BUSES OR TRUCKS IN RESIDENTIAL OR BUSINESS DISTRICTS.
   (A)   Residential districts. No person owning, leasing, possessing or operating a truck, trailer, bus, tractor, or tractor and trailer, which is taller, wider, and longer than a conventional station wagon, pickup truck, or van, except a bus used for school purposes in a bus zone, shall be permitted to park the same upon any street or alley within the residential district of the corporate limits of the town. However, the vehicles may be parked for a sufficient time to make deliveries or pick up merchandise, provided such parking does not interrupt the regular flow of traffic and does not create a hazard for the safety of others.
   (B)   Business districts. In the business district, no truck, bus or recreational vehicle which is taller, wider and longer than a conventional station wagon or pick-up truck shall park upon any street or alley within the corporate limits of the town longer than one hour. However, the vehicles may be parked for a sufficient time to make deliveries or pick up merchandise in the regular course of business, provided the parking does not interrupt the regular flow of traffic does not create a hazard for the safety of others and provided complies with all other parking regulations in force in the town.
   (C)   Notwithstanding the provisions of divisions (A) or (B) above, a truck or bus may be parked upon a street in a business or residential district after obtaining written permission from the Town Marshal, which shall stipulate the location and length of time the vehicle may be parked.
Penalty, see § 72.99