Town of Braintree, MA
Norfolk County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Council of the Town of Braintree 12-7-2010 by Ord. No. 10-041 (former Ch. 9.12 of the Town Bylaws). Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Streets, sidewalks and public places — See Title 12.
Unless authorized by the Building Division, no person shall place, or cause or allow to be placed, posters, handbills, placards or other advertising matter of any nature upon any wall, fence, structure, pole or tree, in any highway or street, and in or upon any sidewalk or footwalk in the Town, except upon property owned or occupied by such person so advertising.
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Note: This section derived from prior code § 80-1.
No person shall throw, place or cause to be thrown or placed upon any street or sidewalk in the Town any dirt, ashes, stones, hoops, boards or other wood with nails projecting therefrom, shavings, sawdust, manure, nails, spikes, screws, glass, bottles, cans, filth, rubbish or any noxious or refuse liquid or solid matter or substance.
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Note: This section derived from prior code § 89-1.
No person shall allow any gate or door on premises under his control, and adjoining any public way, to swing on, over or into such public way.
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Note: This section derived from prior code § 97-3.
Unless otherwise permitted by the Mayor, no person shall stand, lounge or park any vehicle on any sidewalk, public way or other place to which the public has a right of access in such manner as to obstruct a free passage for pedestrians or motor vehicles.
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Note: This section derived from prior code § 97-4.
Unless otherwise permitted by the Mayor, no person shall obstruct the free and convenient use for travel of any public street, sidewalk or footpath.
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Note: This section derived from prior code § 97-7.
No person shall remove, extinguish, injure or destroy any light lawfully in a public way.
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Note: This section derived from prior code § 97-8.