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(a) No person shall stop or park at any hour of the day or night any vehicle upon private property within the Municipality without first obtaining the consent or permission of the owner of the property, except that a delivery vehicle may be parked in a driveway on private property when making a delivery of materials to or for the owner of the property.
(b) The Chief of Police is authorized, upon the complaint of any person adversely affected, to order into storage any motor vehicle which has been left on private property for more than seventy-two hours without the express consent of the landowner or person in lawful possession of the property, or without notification to the landowner or person in lawful possession of the property and the Police Department that the vehicle would be parked seventy- two or more hours. The owner of the motor vehicle may reclaim it upon payment of the costs and expenses incurred in its removal and storage and upon presentment of proof of ownership.
(Ord. 1976-33. Passed 6-16-76.)
(c) No person shall willfully leave any vehicle or an “abandoned junk motor vehicle” as defined in Ohio R.C. 4513.63 upon or within the right of way of any road or highway, for forty-eight hours or longer, without notification to the Chief of Police.
(d) Nothing contained in this section shall invalidate the provisions of other ordinances regulating or prohibiting the parking or abandonment of vehicles on streets, highways, public property or private property within the Municipality.