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Village of Grafton, WI
Ozaukee County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Village Board of the Village of Grafton as Title 10, Ch. 10.42, of the 1979 Code; amended in its entirety by Ord. No. A-006-91, 1991. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
The following areas are designated as tow-away zones in the Village:
Street
Side
Limits
Twelfth Avenue
East
From the north curbline of Washington Street continuing north a distance of 90 feet
Twelfth Avenue
East
From the south curbline of Washington Street continuing south a distance of 234 feet
Twelfth Avenue
West
From the north curbline of Washington Street continuing north a distance of 180 feet
Twelfth Avenue
West
From the south curbline of Washington Street continuing south a distance of 148 feet
Washington Street
North
From a point beginning 95 feet from the east curbline of Eleventh Avenue and continuing east to intersection of Seventeenth Avenue
Washington Street
South
From intersection with Eleventh Avenue proceeding east to intersection of Seventeenth Avenue
The owner and/or operator of any vehicle that is towed away is responsible for the towing and all costs associated with the towing and impounding and processing of the vehicle.
[Amended by Ord. No. 026, Series 2006]
A. 
Hazard to public safety. Any vehicle parked, stopped or standing upon a highway which is in violation of any of the provisions of § 10.04.010 or Chapter 10.36 of this title, which is determined to be a hazard to traffic or to public safety, shall be removed.
B. 
Removal by operator. Such vehicle shall be removed by the operator in charge, upon request of any traffic officer, to a position where parking is legally permitted.
C. 
Removal by traffic officer. Any traffic officer, after issuing a citation for illegal parking, stopping or standing of an unattended vehicle upon a highway which in violation of any provisions of § 10.04.010 or Chapter 10.36 of this title, which is declared to be a hazard to traffic or to public safety, is authorized to direct the removal of such vehicle.