A.   General Prohibition: No person within the municipality or within three (3) miles of the municipal limits shall knowingly disturb the peace and quiet of any neighborhood, family, or person by loud or unusual noises, or by offensive conduct, or by using offensive, loud radio or television sets, or by threatening, quarreling, hollering, challenging to fight, or fighting, or by using threatening, profane, or abusive language in the presence of any person or persons, or by committing any obscene, vulgar, indecent, or lewd act in any public place, or in view of any person or persons. During the period from ten o'clock (10:00) P.M. until seven o'clock (7:00) A.M. the following morning, a person shall be deemed to have knowingly disturbed the peace and quiet of a neighborhood if he or she operates construction, excavation, or earthmoving equipment, operates a dump truck or other heavy delivery truck (except when on a state highway), or engages in construction activities that produce noise; provided, however, that this restriction shall not apply to services performed by a public entity, including, but not limited to, trash removal services, snowplowing services, or emergency services; nor shall it apply to contractors engaged by a public agency that have been specifically authorized to perform work during such prohibited hours; nor shall it apply to private trash removal or snowplowing services. The chief of police shall be entitled to grant a written variance from the restriction on construction activities if he or she determines that private construction activities must be conducted during the restricted hours, provided that such variance shall be specific as to the permissible construction activities and the permissible hours. (Ord. 03-22, 9-15-2003)
   B.   Disturbing Meetings: No person shall, at any time, wilfully and wantonly disturb any lawful meeting or assembly by noise, rude, offensive or improper behavior, or language of any kind. (Ord. A-206, 2-20-1973)