§ 71.12  UNLAWFUL PARKING BY PEDDLERS AND VENDORS.
   (A)   Except as otherwise provided in this section, no person shall stand or park any vehicle, wagon or push-cart from which goods, wares, merchandise, fruits, vegetables or food stuffs are sold, displayed, solicited or offered for sale or bartered or exchanged, or any lunch wagon or eating cart or vehicle, on any portion of any street within this city, except that such vehicle, wagon, push-carts may stand or park at the request of a bona fide purchaser for a period of time not to exceed ten minutes at any one place. The provisions of this division shall not apply to persons delivering such articles upon order of or by agreement with a customer from a store or other fixed place of business or distribution.
   (B)   No person shall park or stand on any city park or street, any lunch wagon, eating cart or vehicle or push-cart, from which food and beverages are sold or offered for sale without first obtaining a written permit to do so from the City Manager  which shall designate the specific location in which such cart shall stand.  Applicants may appeal the City Manager's decision to the City Council.
   (C)   No person shall park or stand any vehicle, or wagon used or intended to be used in the transportation of property for hire on any street while awaiting patronage for such vehicle or wagon without first obtaining a written permit to do so from the Council which shall designate the specific location where such vehicle shall stand.
(Ord. 74-20, passed 9-9-74)
   (D)   The City Council may, by resolution, restrict the parking of any vehicle, bus, boat, camper, trailer, motorhome or motorcycle upon any street or any portion of any street in the city advertising or displaying it for sale, upon a finding that the parking of any such vehicle, bus, boat, camper, trailer, motorhome or motorcycle would be hazardous to the health and safety of the public. Notice of intent to adopt such a resolution shall be given by publishing once in a newspaper of general circulation at least five days prior to adoption.
(Ord. 92-13, passed 10-12-92)
   (E)   Whenever any permit is granted under the provisions of this section and a particular location to park or stand is specified therein, no person shall park or stand any vehicle, wagon or pushcart on any location other than as designated in such permit. In the event that the holder of any such permit is convicted in any court of competent jurisdiction for violating any of the provisions of this Section, such permit shall be forthwith revoked by the Council upon the filing of the record of such conviction with the Council and no permit shall thereafter be issued to such person until six months have elapsed from the date of such revocation.
(Ord. 41, passed 5-21-37)
(`67 Code, § 9-2-15)  (Am. Ord. 2003-016, passed 12-8-03)  Penalty, see § 10.99