Every permit for storage of an inoperable vehicle on private property shall be subject to the following conditions:
   (a)   No nuisance or safety hazard shall be created or maintained.
   (b)   All broken glass or partially detached parts shall be either removed and disposed of as rubbish or secured in a manner to prevent hazard.
   (c)   The trunk or storage compartment shall be kept locked or otherwise adequately secured to prevent possible entrapment of a child.
   (d)   Wheels or tires shall not be removed from the vehicle except for repairs for more than forty-eight hours.
   (e)   The license plates last issued for the vehicle shall be kept on the vehicle.
   (f)   The vehicle shall not be elevated or blocked in any unsafe manner for more than seventy-two hours.
   (g)   No part or component removed from the vehicle shall be stored in the open.
   (h)   No waste oil or other fluid shall be allowed to flow on the ground or pavement.
   (i)   The vehicle may be parked only in the rear yard of residential property.
   (j)   No violation of the Zoning Code shall be created.
   (k)   All information furnished by the applicant, as required by Section 640.02, must be essentially correct; false statements are prohibited and will be considered a violation of this chapter.
   (l)   Repair of vehicles of others is prohibited.
   (m)   Not more than one inoperable vehicle shall be permitted on any premises.
(Ord. 20.  Passed 4-19-66; Ord. 2000-13.  Passed 6-20-00.)