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A. It is unlawful to deposit or insert anything into a parking meter coin slot or card reader other than authorized coins or cards that constitute authorized means of payment and that correspond to the card reader or coin slot into which they are inserted. No person shall insert any coin or card that is bent, cut, torn, battered or otherwise misshapen. No unauthorized person shall remove, deface, tamper with, open, break, destroy or damage any parking meter. No person shall wilfully manipulate any parking meter in such manner that the parking meter will not operate or operates in an improper or inaccurate manner.
B. It is unlawful for any person not authorized by Salt Lake City Corporation to have in such person's possession or on his or her person any key which will open the coin box of any parking meter in the streets of the city, or on any public parking area operated and maintained by the city.
C. It is unlawful for any person to duplicate or reproduce in any manner any key which will open the coin box of any parking meter in the streets of the city, or on any public parking area operated and maintained by the city; provided, however, that such keys may be duplicated or reproduced for the use of Salt Lake City Corporation upon written authorization from the mayor to do so. (Ord. 9-17, 2017)