642.17  ADVERTISING ON PRIVATE AND PUBLIC PROPERTY.
   (a)   Private Property.  No person shall paint, mark, write, print, impress, place, post, or in any manner attach any notice, advertisement, poster, sign, handbill or placard of any description upon any land, building, vehicle, tree, post, fence, billboard or other structure or thing, on the private property of another, without first obtaining permission of the owner of such place or thing.
   (b)   Public Property.  No person shall place, post, paint, mark, write, print, impress or in any manner attach any notice, advertisement, poster, sign, handbill or placard of any description upon any public utility, railway or light pole within the corporate limits or upon any public land, building, structure, vehicle, curb, tree lawn, walk, step, stone or sidewalk, on the property of the Municipality or within the street right-of-way of the Municipality or over which the Municipality has the care, custody or control, except as may be required by the laws of the State or upon written permission of the Mayor or Service Director.
   (c)   Whoever violates any of the provisions of this section is guilty of a minor misdemeanor for a first offense.  For a subsequent offense within one year from the first offense such person is guilty of a misdemeanor of the fourth degree.
(Ord. 28-2002.  Passed 6-10-02.)