City of Neosho, MO
Newton County
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Cross Reference — Streets, sidewalks and public places, ch. 535.
[Code 1962 §21-48; CC 1979 §25-1; Ord. No. 973 §1, 10-4-1977]
No conductor, engineer or other person in charge of any railroad locomotive, when the same is in motion within the City, shall fail, refuse or neglect to cause the engine bell and whistle to be sounded on the approach of such locomotive to any street crossing, or when any person or animal may be upon the railroad track, to avoid any danger or harm, or shall fail, neglect or refuse to slacken the speed of such locomotive, so as to give such person or animal a reasonable opportunity to avoid injury.
[Code 1962 §21-49; CC 1979 §25-2; Ord. No. 973 §1, 10-4-1977]
No person shall run, operate or cause to be run or operated any locomotive or cars upon any railroad track in the City at a greater rate of speed than twenty-five (25) miles per hour.
[Code 1962 21-50; CC 1979 §25-3; Ord. No. 973 §1, 10-4-1977]
No person shall run or operate or cause to be run or operated any locomotive, train or cars upon any railroad track in the City so as to approach for a distance of five hundred (500) feet or cross any railroad crossing unguarded by mechanical or electrical warning signals at a speed greater than fifteen (15) miles per hour.
[Code 1962 §21-51; CC 1979 §25-4; Ord. No. 973 §1, 10-4-1977]
No person shall allow any locomotive or car to remain upon the track of any railroad within the City, in such manner as to obstruct any street or alley, for a longer period than fifteen (15) minutes at any one time, except as otherwise provided by the City Council.
[Code 1962 §21-52; CC 1979 §25-5; Ord. No. 973 §1, 10-4-1977]
It shall be unlawful for any person to allow, permit or suffer any dynamite, nitroglycerine or other explosive whatsoever, in large quantities, to be or remain standing upon or about the public streets or alleys of the City, or upon or about the railroad tracks, or in the yards, depots, warehouses or other buildings of such person, for a longer time than is reasonably necessary to remove the same therefrom, and in no event for a longer time than six (6) hours.