Peddling and soliciting — See Ch. 152.
Abandoned and inoperable vehicles — See Ch. 251.
ARTICLE ISpeed Limits; Crosswalks; No
Parking (§ 255-1 — § 255-3)
ARTICLE IIParking Restrictions (§ 255-4 — § 255-6)
§ 255-1Speed limits.
§ 255-3No parking.
The following speed limits are established:
A motor vehicle speed limit of 25 miles an hour from the northerly line of the William A. Maynard property to the northerly line of White Birch Farm, so-called, on State Highway Route 9 in the District of Higganum.
A motor vehicle speed limit of 25 miles an hour from the intersection of High Street or Lake Avenue, so-called, with Route 81 east to intersection with Route 9.
A motor vehicle speed limit of 25 miles an hour from the Haddam flagpole southerly on State Highway Route 9 to the southerly line of the County Home property.
A crosswalk is established with pavement lines from the easterly curb to the westerly curb on Route 9 opposite the entrance of the new school building, upon approval by the State Highway Department.
With the approval of the State Highway Department, no parking line parallel with parking curbs at Higganum Center is established by pavement markings.
§ 255-4Purpose and authority.
§ 255-5No parking any time.
§ 255-6Towing of violators.
The purpose of this article is to regulate parking of motor vehicles on Wiese Albert Road and Foot Hills Road within the Town of Haddam by authority granted under C.G.S. §§ 7-148 and 14-307.
No motor vehicle shall be parked upon Wiese Albert Road and Foot Hills Road within the Town of Haddam at any time.
Any Selectman of the Town of Haddam or his/her designated agent may order any motor vehicle parked in violation of this article to be towed in accordance with Connecticut State Regulations 14-307-1 et seq.
Any Selectman of the Town of Haddam may order any motor vehicle parked in violation of this article towed by notifying the police on duty within the Town of Haddam of such violation. Such towing and storage shall comply with the requirements of C.G.S. § 14-307 and Connecticut State Regulations 14-307-1 et seq. and any other applicable statute.
The owner of said motor vehicle shall be liable for all towing and storage charges.