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§ 12-813. Removal of Abandoned Inoperable Bicycles. 51
(1) No person shall leave an Inoperable Bicycle in the public right-of-way for more than ten days.
(2) An Inoperable Bicycle left in the public right-of-way for more than ten days shall be deemed an Abandoned Inoperable Bicycle.
(3) An Abandoned Inoperable Bicycle may be removed from the right-of-way and treated as abandoned property or refuse pursuant to the following procedure:
(a) An Inoperable Bicycle shall be identified by any officer authorized to enforce ordinances with a tag of a bright color stating that the bicycle: has been determined to be an Inoperable Bicycle pursuant to the City Traffic Code; will be deemed an Abandoned Inoperable Bicycle on the 11th day after it has been tagged; and will be removed and discarded by the City any time thereafter.
(b) The tag shall also state that the bicycle owner may contest the determination that the bicycle is inoperable and shall provide a telephone number for a City officer the owner may call in that regard.
(c) If no call is received by the 11th day after it has been tagged, or a call has been made but the Officer has affirmed the determination that the bicycle is inoperable, the bicycle may be removed and treated as abandoned property or refuse.
(d) If the City Officer called determines that the determination of inoperability was in error, the owner may remove the tag and the bicycle shall not be removed by the City.
Added, Bill No. 150287 (approved June 2, 2015).