§ 73.25  USE OF BICYCLES, SKATEBOARDS, ROLLER SKATES AND IN-LINE SKATES PROHIBITED.
   (A)   It is unlawful and a violation of this section to use, operate, or ride upon a bicycle, skateboard, roller skates, in-line skates, coaster, or non-motorized scooter in the business district defined as follows:
      (1)   Upon the sidewalks adjacent to and parallel to Wayne Street from the southernmost paved area of Union Street (US 6) to the northern right-of-way line of the Norfolk and Southern Railroad.
      (2)   On the sidewalks adjacent to and parallel to Marion Street and VanVleek Street from the easternmost paved area of Sheridan Street to the westernmost paved area on Washington Street.
      (3)   On the property owned by the town located at 105 N. Wayne Street, commonly referred to as the old police station or the Lions Club building, this prohibition includes, but is not limited to the sidewalk parallel to Wayne Street, the sidewalk parallel to VanVleek Street, all sidewalks leading to and from the old police station building and the concrete ramps next to the sidewalk leading to the north side of the old police station building.
   (B)   Exemptions.  This section shall not apply to children eight years of age or younger on bicycles with training wheels and accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, however, children as defined herein remain prohibited from using, operating, or riding upon a skateboard, roller skates, in-line skates, coaster, or non-motorized scooter in the business district as defined above. The prohibition against riding upon a bicycle shall not apply to individuals 60 years of age or older and to individuals with a physical disability, provided such individuals are riding a full sized three-wheeler.
   (C)   Responsibility of parent.  The parent of any child and the guardian of any minor ward, regardless of whether such guardian is appointed by the court, shall be responsible for the payment of any fines imposed pursuant to the provisions of this section.
(Ord. 07-03, passed 8-14-07) Penalty, see § 73.99