A.   Damage To Public Property: Unless the city's consent has first been obtained, it shall be unlawful to damage, deface, alter, paint, discolor, interfere with the city's or the public's use of, or harm in any way any property owned by the city, including, but not limited to, city streets, sidewalks, curbs and gutters, buildings, vehicles, utility facilities and parks. A violation of this section shall constitute a misdemeanor and shall carry with it the penalty provided in section 1-4-1 of this code. A violation of this section shall also constitute a municipal infraction, punishable as set forth in section 1-4-4 of this code. For each separate incident, the city shall elect to treat the violation as a misdemeanor or a municipal infraction, but not both. If a violation is repeated, the city may treat the initial violation as a misdemeanor and the repeat violation as a municipal infraction, or vice versa. (Ord. 09-20, 10-19-2009)
   B.   Utility Poles And Fixtures: No person shall interfere with, cut, remove, break or destroy any telephone or electric light wires, poles or fixtures.
   C.   Damage To Shrubs, Trees, Grass, Flowers: It is unlawful for any person to, in any way, injure or destroy grass, trees, shrubs or flowers growing upon any public grounds, or anything placed in such places of a useful or ornamental character. (Ord. A-206, 2-20-1973)