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(A) No boat or utility trailer shall be parked upon any street, highway, municipal property or alleyway within the city, except for the purpose of loading or unloading of such boat or utility trailer, not to exceed 24 consecutive hours.
(B) No recreational vehicle shall be parked upon any city street, highway, public right-of-way, municipal property or alleyway within the city, except for the following purposes.
(1) A recreation vehicle may be parked upon a city street, highway, public right-of-way or alleyway, which is not otherwise designated as a no-parking zone or which does not have posted time restrictions for the purpose and during the time required for the loading or unloading of such recreational vehicle, not to exceed 24 consecutive hours and not to exceed 48 cumulative hours in any seven-day period, nor more than seven cumulative days in any 30-day period.
(2) When the driver of the recreational vehicle is not a resident of the city and is visiting a resident of the city or business within the city the recreational vehicle may be parked for up 72 consecutive hours in any seven-day period.
(3) For the purposes of division (B)(1) above, a recreational vehicle shall be deemed parked on a city street for 24 consecutive hours if the vehicle is observed parked in the same location for at least three separate occasions, each of which is at least eight hours apart.
(Ord. 922, passed 7-14-2011) Penalty, see § 72.99