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§ 2-310 Streets Restricted to General Vendors and Food Vendors.
No general vendor or food vendor may vend on any of the streets specified below [6 RCNY § 2-314]; at the times specified. If a general vendor or food vendor peddles on any street listed below at the times listed below, any member of the New York City Police Department may remove his or her goods, vehicle or stand and charge a removal fee for return of the items. Goods and vehicles are subject to immediate removal without further warning if a general vendor or food vendor peddles on the specified streets in violation of these regulations. General vending continues to be prohibited at all times on the streets and in the zoning districts specified in § 20-465(g) of the Administrative Code, except that general vending is permitted in the following C4 zoning district:
   18th Ave. 64th to 65th St.
   65th St. 17th Ave. to 18th Ave.
However, only on the streets and at the times specified below is a general vendor subject to having his goods immediately removed. No general vendor or food vendor shall vend on any street or portion of street designated below during the days of the week and times of day that are specified. This prohibition also applies to an area of each cross-street that crosses each designated street; this area is thirty feet of street and sidewalk in each direction along the cross-street, measured from the building lines closest to each designated street at each cross-street corner.