Village of Hobart, WI
Brown County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Village Board of the Village of Hobart as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Parks and recreation areas — See Ch. 215.
Zoning — See Ch. 295.
[Adopted as § 4.4 of the 2000 Code]
No person shall encroach upon or obstruct or encumber any road, sidewalk, public grounds or land dedicated to public use or any part thereof or permit such encroachment or encumbrance to be placed or remain on any public right-of-way. Examples include but are not limited to fences, plantings, decorative monuments, lights, drain tile, etc. Any damage to or costs incurred for removal of said items or delays in maintenance or construction operations by the Village or its representatives as a result of items within the right-of-way shall be borne by the responsible property owner.
The prohibition of § 227-1 shall not apply to the following:
Public utility encroachments authorized by the Village of Hobart.
Building material when placed upon the roadway or sidewalk upon conditions prescribed by the Public Works Director, Zoning Administrator/Building Inspector or their designee, who may require such materials to be protected by barricades or appropriate lights.
Signs permitted under Chapter 295, Zoning.
Approved mailboxes.
Special exceptions as made by the Zoning Administrator/Building Inspector in writing.
Penalties shall be as set forth in § 1-3.
[Adopted as § 3.821 of the 2000 Code]
No person shall run a vehicle over a curb in the Village, unless that curb shall have been properly blocked or planked to ensure no damage to the curb.
"Properly blocked" means adequately covered behind the curb with crushed stone to a sufficient depth to protect the back of the curb and four-by-four planking in front of the curb. All tires crossing the curb shall be supported in this manner. This requirement may be waived by the Zoning Administrator/Building Inspector for good cause.