Section 14-424 Same--Special hoods.
Prior to the adoption of Ord. 21309 on 05/07/2012, Section 14-424 read as follows.
(a) The city manager may authorize the issuance of marked
parking meter hoods to the
following persons at the rates stated herein, which shall be in lieu of meter charges:
Contractors and service agencies, who exhibit a need to park vehicles at specific meter
locations in order to perform their work--Eight dollars ($8.00) per day.
Private utilities companies, for the parking of service vehicles identifiable as such by
color or signs--Eight dollars ($8.00) per day.
Theater operators, c
hurches and funeral home operators,
and any business that
a business-related need for the issuance of such hoodsEight dollars ($8.00) per day.
Handicapped persons, who establish an employment need for the issuance of such hood
and who either are nonambulatory or who present a physician's certificate of need with respect to
their handicap--Two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50) per day or fifty dollars ($50.00) per month.
(b) The city manager may, by regulations, impose conditions
and limitations upon the issuance
and use of such hoods. The city manager may also withdraw or revoke hoods issued hereunder,
provided that any prepayments are refunded pro rata.
) The city manager shall have the authority to issue annual
and or monthly
to service agencies, private utility companies, theater operators and funeral home operators who
establish a reasonably definite basis of estimating their annual use of such hoods. The minimum
fee for issuance of annual hoods shall be
sixty cents ($0.60)
per estimated hour of usage,
provided that the minimum annual hood fee shall be
one thousand six hundred dollars
payable in advance.
The monthly fee shall be one hundred fifty dollars ($150.00).
) The city manager shall have the authority to issue parking hoods to the chief
of police for
the use of volunteer police workers while working in the police building and for use by the
municipal court bailiff for duties relating to transporting inmates to and from municipal court.
The police department shall pay the parking utility a monthly fee of
sixty cents ($0.60)
estimated hour of hood usage.
(e) The city manager shall have the authority to issue
parking hoods to not-for-profit
organizations, without charge, when the city manager determines that waiver of the rental fee is
in the public interest and that doing so would contribute to the public awareness of, accessibility
to, participation in, and support for the artistic, cultural or charitable development in the city and
is not primarily in the commercial interest of the requester.
(Code 1964, § 12.756; Ord. No. 11311, § 1, 12-15-86; Ord. No. 12643, §
1, 6-18-90; Ord. No.
15518, § 1, 2-16-98; § 1, 8-7-00, Ord. No. 16523; Ord. No. 20986, § 1, 6-20-11)