[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Commissioners (now City Council) of the City of Atlantic City: Art. II, 6-28-1973 by Ord. No. 24-1973. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Land use development — See Ch. 163.
[Adopted 6-28-1973 by Ord. No. 24-1973]
No campers shall be parked in the City of Atlantic City on the public highways.
A camper may be parked on private property, a parking lot or a garage in the City of Atlantic City; provided, however, that while so parked the same may not be used for sleeping purposes, changing of clothes or for eating.
The City Council may hereafter establish by resolution particular areas within the City of Atlantic City where unoccupied, or in certain instances occupied, campers may be parked on grounds particularly set apart for the parking of campers.
Any person who violates the terms of this Article by parking a camper on the public highways or by sleeping, eating or changing clothes in a lawfully parked camper, or any owner or operator of a parking lot who allows or permits a camper parked on said parking lot to be used for sleeping, eating or the changing of clothes shall be subject to a fine not to exceed $500 or subject to a penalty of 90 days in the county jail, or both, in the discretion of the Judge of the Municipal Court.