Velda City, MO
St. Louis County
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[Ord. No. 522 §§1 — 3, 1-13-1999]
A. 
No person shall park or allow to remain parked any vehicle on any portion of the following named streets at any time that there is an accumulation of snow or ice for a period beginning with said accumulation and ending twenty-four (24) hours after the snow or ice has stopped falling:
Colonial from Myron to Edison
All of Lincoln
All of Myron
All of Maywood
B. 
Members of the Police Department are hereby authorized to remove or have removed any such vehicle to a public garage, service station, and other street, or any other convenient location, subject to the following condition:
1. 
A sign shall be posted notifying the public that a street or portion thereof is a snow route.
2. 
Whenever a vehicle has been removed as hereby authorized, the officer shall attempt to ascertain the identity of owner or the person in charge of the vehicle from information available on or in the vehicle, secured by a check of the license registration or other information coming to his attention, and the officer shall give notice as soon as possible to the owner or person in charge of the vehicle of its removal and whereabouts of the vehicle.
3. 
No person shall recover said vehicle removed pursuant to this Schedule except that he shall present evidence to his identity and ownership of the vehicle, he shall pay the cost of its release, removal and storage, if any, and he shall sign a receipt for its return.
4. 
The Police Department shall keep a record of each vehicle removed and detailed efforts as to what methods were utilized to notify the owner or person in control of the vehicle of its removal and whereabouts.
C. 
Any person, firm or corporation upon violation of any of the provisions of this Schedule shall, upon conviction, thereof, be subject to the penalty of no less than twenty-five dollars ($25.00) and no more than fifty dollars ($50.00).