A.   Obstructing Streets Or Sidewalks: It shall be unlawful for any person without prior authorization by the village manager or his designee to engage in any game, sport, amusement, business or exhibition upon the streets or sidewalks, which shall collect any crowd of persons so as to interfere with the passage of vehicles or of persons passing along the streets or sidewalks. This prohibition shall not apply to noncommercial solicitation for a charitable organization by village law enforcement personnel, firefighters, or other persons employed by the village to protect the public safety as specifically permitted pursuant to title 4, chapter 4, article B of this code.
   B.   Posting Bills: It shall be unlawful for any person to affix any handbill, sign, poster, advertisement on any curbstone, flagstone or other part of any sidewalk, or upon any tree, fence, lamppost, hitching post, telephone or power pole, or hydrant within the streets or alleys or upon any village property; provided, however, that this subsection shall not be construed so as to prohibit the posting of legal notices.
   C.   Throwing Articles In Streets; Littering: It shall be unlawful for any person to throw, drop, place or leave in or on any road, street, alley, sidewalk, public place in the village any handbills, posters, dodgers, boxes, paper or any stone, missiles, nails, glass, iron or metal, trash, snow, garbage, or any other article or thing, except gravel, bituminous material, concrete or cinders or chemical compound, either for street improvement or ice and snow removal, and leaves to the edge of the pavement, between October 1 and November 30, provided the leaves do not obstruct the right of way.
   D.   Spitting On Sidewalks: It shall be unlawful for any person to spit upon any public sidewalk or upon the floor of any hall, assembly room or public building in the village.
   E.   Damage To Village Property: No person shall destroy, injure, remove or deface any public or private property within the village without the owner's consent. Said offense shall include, but is not limited to, actions by operating vehicles, cutting, tearing, breaking, digging, throwing, shooting, marking, painting or drawing when such actions have the effect of causing damage to public property. (Ord. G-577, 10-22-1996; Ord. G-974, 7-10-2012)