[Added 10-4-2017 by L.L. No. 7-2017; amended 12-19-2018 by L.L. No. 9-2018]
Any vehicle parked or abandoned on any street or highway within the Town during a snow storm/ice storm, flood, fire or other public emergency or found unattended on any street or highway where said vehicle constitutes an obstruction to traffic or is impeding the removal of snow, or the salting or sanding of the public highway or found unattended on any such street or highway where stopping, standing or parking of vehicles is prohibited may be removed by any codes enforcement officer or police officer, or by any employee or agent of the Town. Such removal by the Town shall be done without incurring any liability for damages to the vehicle, provided that reasonable care has been taken in its removal. The Town's Code Enforcement Officer, police officer or any employee or agent of the Town duly designated by the Supervisor may engage the services of a towing company listed on the Town's "Towing List" pursuant to Chapter A110 of this code.
The owner or operator of any vehicle removed pursuant to this article shall be responsible for the payment of reasonable charges for its removal and storage.
The vehicle so removed may be retained under the custody of the storage facility until such time that the removal and storage charges have been paid.