[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Franklin 5-5-1986 as Title One, Ch. XIII of the 1986 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Curfew — See Ch. 143.
No person shall sit, stand or loiter in or about any street, sidewalk, municipal land or building or any other public place in the City of Franklin or in or about the doors, windows or entrance to any store, shop, office, house, public hall, theater or other public building in the City of Franklin, except the owners or tenants thereof, after having been requested by any owner, tenant or custodian thereof or by any police officer to depart therefrom.
No person or persons shall sit upon the fence or rail extending west from the Franklin Public Library to the Daniel Bridge.
No person shall block or cause to be blocked any public sidewalk, street or other public way, nor shall any group of persons assemble in such a manner as to impede or block the orderly progress of pedestrian or vehicle traffic within the City of Franklin.