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1984_07_25_O031The Town of Leesburg in Virginia PRESENTED July 25, 1984 ORDINANCE NO. 84-0-31 ADOPTED July 25, 1984 AN ORDINANCE: AMENDING ARTICLE VI OF CHAPTER 10 OF THE TOWN CODE REGARDING FEES WHEREAS, Resolution number 84-81, approving the budget and making appro- Priations for the fiscal~ year ending June 30, 1985, directed the manager to prepare appropriate legislation to revise the fees and charges included as revenue in the adopted fiscal year 1985 budget; THEREFORE, RESOLVED by the Council of the Town of Leesburg in Virginia as follows: SECTION I. Section 10-162 of the Town Code is amended to read as follows: Section 10-162. Settlement and compromise of charges for certain parking violations. (a) Any person accused of parking in a metered area without putting a coin in the meter to cover the required time may settle and compromise the charge against him for such illegal parking by inserting SRvO0 3.00 in the envelope provided for such purpose and depositing the same at such location as prescribed on said envelope by 12:00 noon of the next calendar day following the day of the violation or by paying to the town the sum of $§v00 7.50 before the second district court date from the day of violation, which court dates are on the first and third Mondays of each month at 2:00 p.m. After the second court date from the day of violation has passed and the violation remains unsettled, the person accused may settle the violation by paying the sum of $~0700 20.00 to the town. Unlessi:btherwise_provided,'violAtionsofany'provision of this chapter may be compromised by paying to the town the sum of $§?00 7.50 before the second district court date from the day of violation, which dates are on the first and third Mondays of each month at 2:00 p.m. Violations of subsection 10-150 (m) (4) may be compromised in an identical manner upon payment of the sum of $25.00 to the town. (b) A receipt shall be issued for all money received pursuant to this section and such money shall be promptly turned over to the director of finance to be used in the manner provided for the disposition of fines for traffic violations. SECTION' II. Section 10-176 of the Town Code is amended to read as follows: Section 10-176. Deposit of coin, occupancy of metered space; etc. (a) The owner or operator of a vehicle, upon entering a parking meter space marked as provided in this division with his vehicle, during the time parking meters are in operation, as, provided by section 10-175, shall immediately deposit a coin or combination of coins ofi the United States in the parking meter situated at the side of the parking meter space so entered and shall ORDINANCE AMENDING ARTICLE VI, CHAPTER-{~ (PARKING) OF THE TOWN CODE operate the parking meter according to the instructions thereon. to comply with such requirements shall be unlawful. Failure (b) Upon the deposit of a five-cent coin, ten-cent coin or 25-cent coin and placing the parking meter in operation, the parking meter space in question may be lawfully occupied during the period of time prescribed on the parking meter legend for the particular amount deposited. (lc) Parking meters located where two-hour maximum parking is permitted when properly operated shall be so adjusted that initial or additional five-cent or ten-cent coins may be deposited at any time throughout the two-hour period, as long as the two-hour limit is not exceeded by any one vehicle occupying the same space. The deposit of each five-cent coin shall permit the vehicle to be parked for a period of 30 15 minutes; and the deposit of each ten-cent coin shall permit the vehicle to be parked for a period of ~0 30 minutes. (d) The parking meters in parking lots owned by the town, upon which parking meter spaces have been marked and parking meters erected, shall require a deposit of five cents for a period of ~ 15 minutes or a deposit of 10 cents for a period of ~ 30 minutes or 25 cents for a period of ~§~ 75 minutes where permitted. (e) Parking meters located where 30-minute maximum parking is permitted when properly operated shall be so adjusted that a deposit of a five-cent coin shall permit the vehicle to be parked for a period of ~ 15 minutes. (if) Parking meters located where 15-minute maximum parking is permitted when properly operated shall be so adjusted that a deposit of a five-cent coin shall permit the vehicle to be parked for a period of 15 minutes. (g) It shall be unlawful for the operator of a vehicle to park such vehicle, or to permit such vehicle to remain parked, during daylight hours, except Sunday and national holidays, in areas controlled by parking meters on streets in the town (excluding the town parking lot, except where the meter indicates otherwise) for a period longer than two hours from the time the vehicle is so parked in any such parking meter zone. SECTION III. All prior ordinances and resolutions in conflict herewith are repealed. SECTION IV. This ordinance shall be in effect upon its passage. PASSED this 25th day of July , 1984. Town of Leesburg ATTEST: ci' 1' ? ~