§ 111.01  AGGRESSIVE PANHANDLING.
   (A)   Definition. For the purpose of this section, the following definition shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
      AGGRESSIVE BEGGING, PANHANDLING, OR SOLICITATION. A verbal or non-verbal request for money or other property of value, accompanied by:
         (a)   An act or acts that a reasonable person would consider hostile or intimidating;
         (b)   The act of blocking the free passage of the person to whom the panhandling, begging, or solicitation is directed;
         (c)   Repeating the request for money or other property of value within a five-minute period after having been refused by the person to whom the panhandling, begging, or solicitation is directed; or
         (d)   Any other behavior that a reasonable person would interpret as intended to intimidate or coerce a person into acceding to a request for money or other property of value.
   (B)   Unlawful conduct. It shall be unlawful for any person to engage in aggressive begging, panhandling, or soliciting within the corporate limits of the town or to engage in any begging, panhandling, or soliciting:
      (1)   Within 50 feet of view of an outside automated teller machine (ATM) which is accessed from or immediately adjacent to a public sidewalk;
      (2)   While standing, walking, or sitting on: a street, highway, or other roadway; the shoulder or curb of a street, highway, or other roadway; the median of a street, highway, or other roadway; or from any other place where the target of the begging, panhandling, or soliciting is a person(s) in a motor vehicle; or
      (3)   Within 50 feet of view of a bank entrance, during the hours of ATM or bank operation, respectively.
(Prior Code, Ch. 10 Art. IV § 3)  Penalty, see § 10.99