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(b) Mobile storage containers shall be completely covered at all times while being transported through City streets.
(c) It shall be the responsibility of the annual permittee to keep the exterior of his or her mobile storage container clean and free of graffiti at all times.
(d) Notwithstanding any other applicable provisions of this Code, the Director of Public Works is authorized to order the immediate removal of a mobile storage container when, in his or her opinion, the storage container constitutes a safety hazard or public nuisance, or when the presence of an emergency requires removal. After the Director's notification of the removal order, the responsible annual permit holder or person shall immediately remove the storage container from the street. If the permittee or person does not remove the storage container immediately, the Director may order the Department of Public Works to remove the container. The permittee or person shall pay to the City the costs of removal. If a permittee does not pay such cost, the Director shall deduct said cost from the permittee's deposit. No mobile storage container shall be placed at that location until the conditions, which have caused the removal order, shall have been abated to the satisfaction of said Director. In addition, any use of the mobile storage containers that is inconsistent with Sections 726 et seq. shall be grounds for immediate removal.
(e) A person who is in wilful noncompliance with Sections 726 et seq. shall not apply for nor be issued an annual mobile storage container permit or an individual location permit unless the Director, by written authorization, grants a waiver to this prohibition. Wilful noncompliance shall include, without limitation, deliberate acts that result in failure to: (1) satisfy any requirements, terms, or conditions of Sections 726 et seq., or the orders, policies, regulations, rules, or standard plans and specifications of the Department or (2) pay any outstanding assessments, fees, or penalties set forth in Sections 726 et seq. that have been finally determined by the City or a court of competent jurisdiction.
(Added by Ord. 170-03, File No. 021726, App. 7/3/2003)