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Village of Wolcott, NY
Wayne County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Wolcott 8-6-1952. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Vehicles and traffic — See Ch. 145.
Parking meters shall be installed, operated, maintained, policed and supervised as follows:
Name of Street
Side
Location
East Main Street
[Added 9-29-1952]
North
From a point opposite the west line of the sidewalk to the north curbline of Jefferson Street as extended
East Main Street
[Added 9-29-1952]
South
Between the north line of the Katz property and the north curbline of Jefferson Street
Lake Avenue
East
For a distance of 40 feet from the north curbline of Main Street
Lake Avenue
West
For a distance of 100 feet from the north curbline of Main Street
Main Street
North
Between Mill Street and Lake Avenue
Main Street
South
Between New Hartford Street and the east line of the Grange Building
Mill Street
West
For a distance of 150 feet from the north curbline of Main Street
New Hartford Street
East
For a distance of 100 feet from the south curbline of Main Street
New Hartford Street
West
For a distance of 150 feet from the south curbline of Main Street
The moneys collected from said parking meters shall be deposited with the Village Treasurer and kept by said Treasurer in a special account to be designated "Parking-Meter Fund."
[Amended 9-29-1952; 9-12-1956]
A. 
The parking meters installed in accordance with the provisions of this chapter shall be used and the time limits hereinafter provided effective between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and between the hours of 9:00 a.m. through 9:00 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, with the exception of Sundays and the following holidays, namely: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas and the Fourth of July.
B. 
No operator of a motor vehicle shall park said vehicle alongside a space adjacent to a parking meter unless the operator of such vehicle shall deposit in such parking meter the following:
(1) 
A United States coin of $0.01, which shall entitle his vehicle to be parked therein for a period not longer than 12 minutes; or
(2) 
Two such coins of $0.01 each, which shall entitle his vehicle to be parked therein for a period not longer than 24 minutes; or
(3) 
Three such coins of $0.01 each, which shall entitle his vehicle to be parked therein for a period of no longer than 36 minutes; or
(4) 
Four such coins of $0.01 each, which shall entitle his vehicle to be parked therein for a period not longer than 48 minutes; or
(5) 
Five such coins of $0.01 each or a United States coin of $0.05, which shall entitle his vehicle to be parked therein for a period of not longer than 60 minutes; or
(6) 
Six such coins of $0.01 each or a United States coin of $0.05 and one such coin of $0.01, which shall entitle his vehicle to be parked therein for a period not longer than 72 minutes; or
(7) 
Seven such coins of $0.01 each or a United States coin of $0.05 and two such coins of $0.01 each, which shall entitle his vehicle to be parked therein for a period of not longer than 84 minutes; or
(8) 
Eight such coins of $0.01 each or a United States coin of $0.05 and three such coins of $0.01 each, which shall entitle his vehicle to be parked therein for a period of not longer than 96 minutes; or
(9) 
Nine such coins of $0.01 each or a United States coin of $0.05 and four such coins of $0.01 each, which shall entitle his vehicle to be parked therein for a period not longer than 108 minutes; or
(10) 
Ten such coins of $0.01 each or a United States coin of $0.05 and five such coins of $0.01 each or two United States coins of $0.05 each, which shall entitle his vehicle to be parked therein for a period not longer than 120 minutes.
C. 
Provided, however, that the foregoing shall not be construed to prevent a vehicle from being parked within a parking meter space without its operator depositing a coin as aforesaid where it appears on a parking meter adjacent thereto that there is a period of time which has not run out since the deposit of the previous coin.
D. 
No vehicle shall be or remain parked within a parking meter space when the parking meter adjacent thereto is displaying a signal showing such parking to be illegal. A vehicle parked within a parking meter space shall be parked in accordance with and within paving markings indicating such space, which spaces shall be so marked that vehicle will be required to park parallel with the curb or edge of the pavement or any state highway, and so that no vehicle will be required to park in violation of § 86-7 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law.
Parking meter spaces on the streets, and parts of streets, designated in § 107-1 hereof shall be placed so as to indicate the boundary within which a vehicle shall be placed when parked in a parking meter space.
The maximum parking time for legal continuous parking in any one metered space shall be limited and restricted to a period of not longer than two hours at a time, and nothing herein contained shall permit the purchase from time to time of a longer period of continuous parking in such space.
[Amended 9-29-1952; 6-21-1966]
A. 
Any person violating any of the provisions of § 107-3 hereof shall be subject to a fine of $1. It shall be the duty of each traffic officer, as shall be instructed by the Chief of Police, to take the number of any meter at which any vehicle is overparked, or has occupied the space overtime as provided in this chapter, and the state vehicle tag number of such vehicle and report the same to the Police Department, together with the length of time during which said vehicle has remained in violation of any of the provisions of which is necessary to an understanding of the circumstances attending such violation.
B. 
Each such officer shall also attach to such vehicle a notice that such vehicle had been parked or has remained in such place in violation of a provision of this chapter and instructing the owner or operator of said vehicle that within three days of the time when such notice was attached to such vehicle he shall pay to the Police Justice of the Village of Wolcott as a penalty for and in full satisfaction of each violation $1.
C. 
The failure of such owner, or operator, to make such payment to the Police Justice of Village of Wolcott within said three days shall render such owner or operator subject to the penalties hereinafter provided for a violation of the provision of this chapter.
D. 
Any person who shall violate any section of this chapter, and any person who aids, abets or assists therein shall, upon conviction thereof, be subject to a fine of not more than $50 and shall stand committed until said fine be paid, but not exceeding one day for each dollar of such fine unpaid.