City of Lebanon, PA
Lebanon County
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[Ord. 42-1900, 67 § 2, passed 3-27-1967]
No person shall park, store or leave any motor vehicle of any kind in a wrecked, junked, stripped or abandoned condition, in a place where its presence constitutes a hazard on private property, and no owner of such motor vehicle, or the owner or occupant of any property shall allow, permit or suffer the same, to be left upon any privately owned property, unless the same he authorized in conjunction with a business properly operated, pursuant to the zoning laws of the City.
[Ord. 65-2002, 03 § 1, passed 10-27-2003]
If the Director of Public Safety or any of his authorized agents finds that a violation of this article exists, the Director or his authorized agents shall notify the owner of the property on which the motor vehicle is stored or parked, or the owner of the motor vehicle, or both, of the violation, and order the owner of such motor vehicle or vehicles within five days thereof and the owner of the property on which the motor vehicle or vehicles is stored or parked, within 10 days thereof, to remove the motor vehicle or vehicles.
[Ord. 12-1906, 07 § 2, passed 3-27-2007]
Notice shall be given by personal service or by registered mail to the last known address of the violator. In the event that, on diligent search, the address of either the property owner or motor vehicle owner cannot he ascertained, the posting of the notice or copies thereof on the real property, motor vehicle, structure or area immediately adjacent thereto shall constitute sufficient notice.
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Editor's Note: This section is repealed in its entirety by Ord. 65-2002, 03 § 2, passed 10-27-2003.
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Editor's Note: This section is repealed in its entirety by Ord. 65-2002, 03 § 2, passed 10-27-2003.
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Editor's Note: This section is repealed in its entirety by Ord. 65-2002, 03 § 2, passed 10-27-2003.
[Ord. 42-1966, 67 § 2, passed 3-27-1967]
If the violation complained of shall not have been remedied within the period as required by the order, the City shall, through its own agents, contractors and/or employees, remedy the violations and charge the costs thereof to the real property owner on whose property the vehicles are located. Such costs shall, after a proper demand and refusal or a failure to pay after 30 days, constitute a lien in such realty which shall be filed by the City Solicitor.
[Ord. 42-1966, 67 § 2, passed 3-27-1967]
Nothing in this article shall prevent the Director of the Department of Public Safety or duly authorized officials, from removing from private property without notice, any attended or unattended motor vehicle, the presence of which constitutes a hazard or threat to the life, health, safety, welfare and morals of the citizens of the City which is imminently dangerous and in the opinion of the Director or authorized officials, constitutes a nuisance which gives rise to the existence of emergency conditions.
[Ord. 65-2002, 03 § 3, passed 10-27-2003]
Any person who shall violate any section of this article, shall, upon conviction before any magistrate, alderman or district justice, pay a fine of not less than $50 and not more than $1,000, plus costs, and/or be imprisoned not more than 90 days. Each day's failure to comply with the order of the Director shall constitute a separate offense for each vehicle in violation thereof.