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    Sec. 35-22. Vehicles Scattering or Depositing Dirt, Trash and Other Materials upon Streets.

     

    Sec. 35-22. Vehicles scattering or depositing dirt, trash and other materials upon streets.
     
    (a) No vehicle shall be driven or moved on any highway, street, alley or other public right-of-way within the City limits unless such vehicle is constructed or loaded to prevent any of its load from dropping, shifting, leaking or otherwise escaping therefrom; provided, however, that sand or any substance to increase traction or water or other substance may be applied on a roadway in the cleaning or maintaining of such roadway by the state or local government agency having such responsibilities.
     
    (b) No vehicle used to transport litter or other items likely to fall or be blown from such vehicle shall be driven or moved, stopped or parked on any highway or street unless such vehicle is covered to prevent its contents from blowing, dropping or falling from such vehicle.
     
    (c) It shall be the duty of the owner or operator of every vehicle used for the transportation of dirt, sand, coal, paper, trash, garbage, manure or any other matter or material of any kind or description whatsoever, along or over any of the highways, streets, alleys or other rights-of-way of the City, to make provisions for the securing of such material in or on such vehicle in such manner that such material, or any portion thereof, will not scatter or fall on any of the aforesaid highways, streets, alleys or public rights-of-way.
     
    (d) Any person operating a vehicle from which any litter has fallen or escaped, which could cause an obstruction or damage a vehicle or otherwise endanger travelers on such public property, shall immediately cause the public property to be cleaned of all glass or objects and shall pay any costs therefor.
     
    (e) Any person violating the provisions of this section shall, for a first offense, be deemed guilty of a class 4 misdemeanor. For a second or subsequent conviction within a twelve (12) month period, he shall be deemed guilty of a class 3 misdemeanor. (Ord. No. O-85-113, § 2, 5-28-85)
     
    Last updated date: 10/23/2006 4:15:21 PM