Any person, firm, or corporation desiring to store or keep in the municipality for any period of time any form of poisonous, flammable or anhydrous ammonia gas or liquefied petroleum gas in excess of five gallons, or to add to, enlarge, or replace any facility used for the storage of such gases, must first get permission from the governing body. The governing body shall require the name of the gas, the place of storage, and the amount of gas stored. If permission is granted, the governing body shall prescribe such rules, regulations, and precautionary actions as it may deem necessary. Any such present use that is discontinued for a period of 60 days shall not be revived without a permit. (Neb. RS 16-222)
Any person who violates the prohibitions or provisions of this article shall be deemed guilty of a violation. The penalty for such violation shall be an amount not to exceed $500 for any one offense, recoverable with costs, and in default of said payment the offender shall stand committed to the County Jail until such fine and costs are paid. Each period of 24 hours during or on which a violation occurs or continues shall be deemed a separate offense.