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(a) An Operator of a Public Event Parking Station shall at each vehicle entrance to the Parking Station utilize an Automatic Vehicle Counter to record every Motor Vehicle entering the Parking Station for purposes of parking.
(b) Automatic Vehicle Counters shall display the total number of Motor Vehicles that entered the Parking Station utilizing a non-resettable mechanical or electronic counter.
(c) An Operator of a Public Event Parking Station shall provide a Parking Ticket to each Occupant upon entry to the Parking Station, and the Operator shall instruct the Occupant to place the Parking Ticket on the dashboard of the Motor Vehicle or other conspicuous place in the Motor Vehicle. Every Parking Ticket must display a unique, preprinted sequential identification number, the date of the event, and the address of the Parking Station.
(d) Automatic Vehicle Counters used in a Public Event Parking Station must be capable of issuing a Journal Tape or Log File report or other record of the number of Motor Vehicles that entered the Parking Station at the point where the Automatic Vehicle Counter was located. The Automatic Vehicle Counter must state on the report the date of the activities reported and the time period in which it was in operation.
(e) The Operator of a Public Event Parking Station must reconcile the number of Motor Vehicles registered by Automatic Vehicle Counters with the number of Parking Tickets issued to Occupants for every day that the Parking Station provides public event parking. An Operator must document and explain in writing any discrepancies or differences between the total number of Parking Tickets used and the number of Motor Vehicles counted by the Automatic Vehicle Counters.
(f) The Operator of a Public Event Parking Station must retain the documentation of the number of Parking Tickets used and any written explanation of the difference between the number of Parking Tickets used and the number of Motor Vehicles counted by its Automatic Vehicle Counters for not less than five years from the date of the public event.
(g) Notwithstanding the requirements of Section 2213, a Public Event Parking Station may but is not required to accept Electronic Payment. The Operator must issue a Parking Ticket to each Occupant, notwithstanding the method of payment of Rent. If the Operator of a Public Event Parking Station accepts Electronic Payment, it must comply with the requirements of Section 2213.
(Added by Ord. 234-06, File No. 060892, App. 9/14/2006; amended by Ord. 292-10, File No. 101100, App. 11/18/2010; Ord. 257-14 , File No. 141053, App. 12/19/2014, Eff. 1/18/2015)