Borough of Emmaus, PA
Lehigh County
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[Ord. 425, 11/21/1966, § 1; as amended by Ord. 675, 11/17/1986]
No person or persons, partnership, firm or corporation shall move, or cause to be moved, from any place within the Borough of Emmaus to another place therein or to a place beyond the limits thereof, or move or cause to be moved from any place beyond the limits of the Borough of Emmaus to a place or places within the Borough of Emmaus, any household goods in bulk, without first securing from the Manager of the Borough of Emmaus a permit for such moving or transportation.
[Ord. 425, 11/21/1966, § 2; as amended by Ord. 675, 11/17/1986]
Any person or persons, firm or corporation desiring such a permit for the removal or transportation of household goods in the manner above described, shall make application to the Manager of the Borough of Emmaus setting forth his, its, or their name and address, and also setting forth names of the owners or reputed owners of the property to be moved, the address and location from which the property is to be moved, and the new address or location of the place to which the property is to be moved.
[Ord. 425, 11/21/1966, § 3; as amended by Ord. 675, 11/17/1986]
The Borough Manager of the Borough of Emmaus shall, upon application being made as provided for in § 11-302 of this Part, issue a permit the charge for which shall be established by resolution of Council. Such application shall set forth the name of the permittee as well as the name or names of the owners of the goods to be moved and the address from which the goods are to be moved and the address to which the goods are to be delivered. No permit shall be issued to remove to a place beyond the limits of the Borough when any taxes due the Borough, other than real estate taxes, remain unpaid by the owners of the goods to be moved.
[Ord. 425, 11/21/1966, § 4]
The provisions of this Part shall be enforced by the Mayor or by such officer as may be designated by Borough Council.
[Ord. 425, 11/21/1966, § 5; as amended by Ord. 675, 11/17/1986]
Any person, firm or corporation who shall violate any provision of this Part 3 shall, upon conviction thereof, be sentenced to pay a fine of not more than $300; and/or to imprisonment for a term not to exceed 90 days.