(a)   No person shall park, store, maintain or collect, or permit the parking, storing, maintenance or collection of more than two motor vehicles of any type, kind or description, licensed or unlicensed, on his or her own premises or on any premises in which he or she has a possessory interest or any premises under his or her control, or permit the same to remain upon such premises longer than ten days after receipt of written notice to remove any and all such motor vehicles in excess of the allowable two motor vehicles as stated.  Such notice shall be signed by the Chief of Police and shall be served upon such person by the Chief of Police or by any member of the Police Department duly designated by him or her, by personally handing such notice to such person, or by leaving the same at the residence of such person, or by mailing the same by certified mail addressed to such person at his or her residence.
   (b)   The provisions of division (a) of this section shall not apply to those motor vehicles parked upon regularly established driveways or in a carport, or motor vehicles parked, stored, maintained, collected or housed within garages, barns or any enclosed building on such premises, or in or upon commercial or noncommercial parking lots, or on any regularly established parking area open to and maintained for public use.
   (c)   Whoever violates this section is guilty of a minor misdemeanor and shall be subject to the penalty provided in Section 698.02.  A separate offense shall be deemed committed each day during or on which a violation occurs or continues.
(Ord. 500, passed 6-1-1987)