Cruising — See Ch. 130.
Curfew — See Ch. 134.
Graffiti — See Ch. 192.
Littering — See Ch. 221.
Noise — See Ch. 243.
Garbage, rubbish and refuse — See Ch. 398.
Public health nuisances — See Ch. 417.
§ 260-1Begging and gathering alms.
§ 260-2Restrictions on garbage removal.
§ 260-3Sports or exercise not to interfere with traffic.
§ 260-4Offensive odors prohibited.
§ 260-5Repair of motor vehicles.
§ 260-6Posting of bills without permission.
§ 260-7Word usage.
§ 260-8Violations and penalties.
No person shall go from door to door or place himself on any sidewalk, street or store or other public or private place to beg, gather alms or request donations.
No person, except those having lawful permission, shall remove any refuse, garbage, debris, ashes or other contents of any garbage can owned or belonging to any other person.
No person or persons shall engage in any practice, activity, sport or exercise which shall either tend to or obstruct the public highway, or interfere with traffic thereon.
No person shall cause or permit to be emitted any vile, offensive, obnoxious or nauseating odor, or any odor that may be vile, offensive, obnoxious or nauseating to any of the residents of the Borough.
No person shall repair any motor vehicle of any kind or description upon any street, avenue, lane, road or public thoroughfare; provided, however, that this shall not apply to emergency repairs of a minor nature.
No person shall paste, clip, paint, nail, clamp or otherwise fasten, inscribe or affix any notice, placard or advertisement against or upon any wall, gate, house, pole, tree or building, either public or private, or place such notice, placard or advertisement in or upon any place, either public or private, without the consent of the owner or occupant of the same except when done by public officer lawfully authorized to do so in the performance of the officer's duty.
The words "persons," "person," "his" or "her" as used in this chapter shall be construed, wherever appropriate to the context, to include companies, partnerships and corporations.