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3.0 - BURNING ORDINANCE
3.001 OPEN BURNING RESTRICTED All open burning is prohibited without permit except in the A-1 and A-2 districts as follows: A. A person may burn trees and brush only if such trees and brush have been cut up into segments not longer than 4 feet and confined to an area not larger than 10 feet by 10 feet during such burning. A person may burn leaves and/or grass only if such leaves and grass are raked up and confined to an area not greater than 10 feet by 10 feet during such burning. The foregoing exceptions to the prohibition on open burning shall not be construed to permit the burning of fields, ditches or fence lines or the burning of trees or brush which have not been cut down. Permitting a fire to spread out of the specified 10 foot by 10 foot area, whether intentionally or not, shall be considered a violation of this ordinance.
PLACE RESTRICTED A. No person shall kindle, or cause to be kindled, or otherwise permit or allow any open fire in or upon any street, alley or public way or within 25 feet of any building.
PENALTIES A. Violations - Any person violating this ordinance shall reimburse the Village for the reasonable cost of fire protection services made necessary by the violation including, but not limited to, the costs of investigation of the violation and any response by the Village's fire department as a result of the violation. Any person, firm, or corporation, or agent, employee, or contractor of such who violates any provision of this ordinance shall, upon conviction thereof, forfeit an amount to be set from time to time by resolution of the Village Board, together with the costs of prosecution, and in default of payment of such forfeiture and costs shall be imprisoned in the County jail until payment of such forfeiture and the costs of prosecution are made. Confinement to the County jail shall not exceed thirty (30) days for an offense. Each violation and each day of violation shall constitute a separate offense. Repealed – 4/3/01 The prosecution for violations of this ordinance or payment of the penalties provided shall not prohibit any person from seeking any other remedy against the person causing or permitting the burning.
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3.1 - ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A CURFEW
CURFEW 3.101 CHILDREN IN STREET AT NIGHT A. No child under the age of 17 years shall loiter, idle or remain upon any street, alley or other public place in the Village between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. the next day unless such child is accompanied by his parent, guardian or other adult person having legal custody of such child. Exceptions. This section shall not apply to a child: 1. Performing an errand as directed by parent, guardian or person having lawful custody. Who is on his own premises or the areas immediately adjacent thereto. Whose employment makes it necessary to be upon the streets, alleys, public places or any motor vehicle after such hour. Returning home from a supervised school, church or civic function.
These exceptions shall not, however, permit a child to unnecessarily loiter about the streets, alleys or public places or be in a parked motor vehicle on the public street. 3.102 PARENTAL VIOLATION No parent, guardian or other person having legal custody of a child under the age of 17 years shall permit or suffer such child to loiter, idle or remain upon any street, alley or other public place in the Village between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. the next day, unless such child is accompanied by his parent, guardian or other adult person having legal custody of such child. 3.103 RESPONSIBILITY OF OPERATORS OF PLACES OF AMUSEMENT No person operating a place of amusement or entertainment within the Village, or any agent, servant or employee of any such person, shall permit a child under the age of 17 years to enter or loiter in such place of amusement or entertainment between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. the next day unless such child is accompanied by his or her parent, guardian or other adult person having legal custody of such child. 3.104 RESPONSIBILITY OF HOTELS, MOTELS, AND ROOMING HOUSES No person operating a hotel, motel, or lodging or rooming house within the Village, or any agent, servant or employee of such person, shall permit any child under the age of 17 years to visit, idle, wander or stroll in any portion of such hotel, motel or lodging or rooming
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house between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. the next day, unless such child is accompanied by his parent, guardian or other adult person having legal custody for such child. 3.105 LOITERING IN SCHOOL AND PLAYGROUND AREAS No person not in official attendance or on official school business shall enter into, congregate, loiter, wander, stroll, stand or play in any school building or in or about any playground area adjacent thereto within the Village between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on official school days. 3.106 DETAINING A CHILD A child believed to be violating the provisions of this section shall be taken to the Police Chief or the County Sheriff's Department for proper identification. Every law enforcement officer while on duty may detain any child violating 3.101, 3.103, 3.104 and 3.105 until such time as the parent, guardian, or other adult person having legal custody of the child shall be immediately notified and the person so notified shall, as soon as reasonably possible thereafter, report to the Police Chief's or the Sheriff's office to take the child into custody and shall sign a release for him. 3.107 WARNING The first time a child is detained by law enforcement officers as provided in 3.106, a parent, guardian or person having legal custody shall be advised as to the provisions of this section; and any violation of this section occurring thereafter by this child or any other child under such person's care or custody shall result in a penalty being imposed as herein provided. 3.108 PENALTY A. Any parent, guardian or person having legal custody of a child described in 3.101, 3.103, 3.104 and 3.105 who has been warned in the manner provided in 3.107 and who thereafter violates any of the provisions of this section shall be subject to a forfeiture of not less than One Dollar ($1.00) nor more than Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) for each offense. No violation of this Ordinance shall be or shall be construed to be a misdemeanor, nor shall imprisonment be imposed as a punishment for violation of this Ordinance, except for failure of the defendant to pay the forfeiture imposed by the Court. Any child who violates this section after being detained and released under 3.106 shall be dealt with under Ch. 48, Wis. Stats.
This ordinance shall take effect upon passage and publication as provided by law.
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3.2 - ORDINANCE ON ABATEMENT OF BARKING DOGS
DEFINITIONS 1. "Owner" shall mean any person owning, harboring or keeping a dog and the occupant of any premises on which a dog remains or to which it customarily returns daily for a period of ten days, is presumed to be harboring or keeping the dog within the meaning of this section. Dog shall mean any canine, regardless of age or sex.
RESTRICTION ON KEEPING DOGS 1. It shall be unlawful for any person in the Village of Hobart to own, harbor or keep any dog which habitually barks or howls to the annoyance of any person or person.
ENFORCEMENT OF ORDINANCE 1. Upon receiving a complaint from a person or persons of a barking dog, the police department shall serve a written notice on the owner of said dog, where the written notice shall indicate: A. B. C. 2. Time and place of disturbance created by the dog. Description of dog. Action to be taken by the Village upon further complaint.
Upon receiving a second complaint from a person or persons of the dog described in the written notice of 3.203(1), the ordinance, the police department shall impound the dog for a period of time in accordance with Section 174.10(2), Wis. Stats., and the police department shall serve written notice on the owner within forty-eight (48) hours of impounding. The owner may recover the dog within the period of time described in Section 174.10(2), Wis. Stats., as established by the Village Board. If the owner shall not recover the dog in the period described in Section 174.10(2), Wis. Stats., the dog shall be disposed of according to means in Section 174.10(2), Wis. Stats.
Any owner who shall keep or harbor a barking dog after receiving the second written notice as described in Section 3.203(2) of this ordinance shall be subject to a forfeiture of not less than $5.00 and not more than $500.00 together with the actual costs of prosecution, including attorneys fees. Each day of continuing violation shall constitute a separate offense.
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Adam Drive. then East 1/4 mile on Section line 12/13. Also in the area known as Sanitary District #2 with the following boundaries: All property North of E. West of Packerland. 3. then South 1/2 mile in Section 13 to Hill Drive. 1 mile West on State Highway 29 to corner of Section 11/12 then South approx.HUNTING ORDINANCE 3. in the following area: East of the line from the corner of State Highway 29 and County Highway FF to County Highway J and County Highway FF and North of County Highway J from the corner of County Highway FF to State Highway 29.3.3 . then 3/4 mile on Hill Drive East to Corner of Hill Drive and County Highway FF.302 NO DISCHARGE OF ANY WEAPON AT ANY TIME There shall be no discharge of any weapon at any time by anyone other than a duly authorized law enforcement officer in the performance of his official duties. unless accompanied by a parent or guardian. 1/2 mile to Section line of 12 & 13. 3. Chapter 3 Page 5 of 49 .303 NO PERSON UNDER 16 YEARS of age shall have in his possession a firearm. South of the Village of Ashwaubenon line and East of the Airport Property. including a pellet gun or air gun.301 NO HUNTING DURING GUN DEER SEASON There shall be no hunting during gun deer season in the following area: From the corner of County Highway FF and State Highway 29.
conditions. occupation. navigable body of water or other public way. All noxious weeds and other rank growth of vegetation. harmfully adulterated. but shall not be construed to exclude other health nuisances coming within the definition of subsection “A” of this section. B. alley.402 A. rats or other vermin breed. 3. birds. highway. All stagnant water in which mosquitoes. mosquitoes. Garbage cans which are not fly-tight. DEFINITIONS PUBLIC NUISANCES A public nuisance is a thing. Carcasses of animals. packing material. 5. contrive.4 . act. 4. disease carrying insects. or tend to obstruct or render dangerous for passage any street. In any way render the public insecure in life or in the use of property. Chapter 3 Page 6 of 49 . health. Unlawfully and substantially interfere with. 3. Greatly offend the public morals or decency.401 PUBLIC NUISANCES PROHIBITED No person shall erect. 4. flies. rotting lumber. All animals running at large. places.3. All decayed. injure. omissions. rubbish. or fowl not buried or otherwise disposed of in a sanitary manner within 24 hours after death. scrap metal or any material in which flies. or unwholesome food or drink sold or offered for sale to the public. Substantially annoy. bedding. or endanger the comfort. cause. trash. 7. 2. repose or safety of the public. 2. and things are hereby specifically declared to be public health nuisances. obstruct. or other insects can multiply. condition or use of property which shall continue for such length of time as to: 1. PUBLIC NUISANCES AFFECTING HEALTH The following acts.NUISANCE ORDINANCE 3. maintain or permit to exist any public nuisance within the Village of Hobart. 1. continue. 3. Accumulations of decayed animal or vegetable matter. 6.
2. 3. continuously. refuse. houses of ill fame. 5.8. Any obstruction in or across any watercourse. bottled. omissions. PUBLIC ORDINANCES AFFECTING PEACE AND SAFETY The following acts. or stenches extremely repulsive to the physical senses or ordinary persons which annoy. gambling houses and buildings or structures kept or restored to for the purpose of prostitution. All gambling devices and slot machines. 10. manufactured or rectified without a permit or license as provided by the Village. omissions. The pollution of any public well or cistern. nauseous. lake. Any place or premises resorted to for the purpose of drinking intoxicating liquor or fermented mal beverages in violation of the laws of the State of Wisconsin or the ordinances of the Village. bawdy houses. Any use of property. conditions. noxious. or things within the Village emitting or causing any foul. and things are hereby declared to be public nuisances affecting peace and safety. cinders. discomfort. D. or disagreeable odors. gases. noisome. drainage ditch or swale. The deposit of garbage. substances. promiscuous sexual intercourse or gambling. 4. but such enumeration shall not be construed to exclude other nuisances affecting public peace or safety coming within the provisions of subsection “A” of this section. peace. refuse. fly ash or industrial dust within the Village in such quantities as to endanger the health of persons of ordinary sensibilities or to threaten or cause substantial injury to property. All places where intoxicating liquor or fermented malt beverages are sold. creamery or industrial wastes. and things are hereby specifically declared to be public nuisances offending public morals and decency but such enumeration shall not be construed to exclude other nuisances offending public morals and decency coming within the definition of subsection “A” of this section. C. and intentionally violated. places. stream. morals or welfare are openly. safety. injure or inconvenience the health of any appreciable number of persons within the Village. or other substances. soot. canal or body of water by sewage. fumes. 12. 1. The escape of smoke. places. PUBLIC NUISANCES OFFENDING MORALS AND DECENCY The following acts. 9. repeatedly. noxious acids. All disorderly houses. offensive. Chapter 3 Page 7 of 49 . or any offensive substance on any public or private property except as may be permitted by ordinance. garbage. 13. 11. brewed. All abandoned wells not securely covered or secured from public use. Any place or premises where Village ordinances or state laws relating to public health. conditions.
8. discordant and unnecessary noises or vibrations of any kind tending to unreasonably disturb the peace and quiet of persons in the vicinity thereof unless the making and the continuing of the same cannot be prevented and is necessary for the protection and preservation of the health. No person shall make for the purpose of advertising any 2. All use or display of fireworks except as provided by the laws of the State of Wisconsin and ordinances of the Village. hedges. alleys or public grounds which are strung less than 18 feet above the surface of the street or ground. 7. sidewalks. 9. place or premise or in or through any window. public grounds or places frequented by the public so situated or constructed as to endanger the public safety. markings. phonograph or other mechanical or electrical sound making or reproducing device or machine which loud.1. apparatus. or repose of persons therein or in the vicinity. or otherwise unfit for human use. All buildings or structures so old. or devices which purport to be or may be mistaken as official traffic control devices placed or maintained upon or in view of the public highway or railway crossing. quiet. All limbs of trees which project over a public sidewalk. All trees. 3. b. 5. or instrument for the amplification of the human voice or sound or noise or other sound making or sound reproducing device. 4. alleys. signals. All wires over streets. unsafe. No person shall use or operate in any public street or place or in front of or outside of any building. Chapter 3 Page 8 of 49 . No person occupying or having charge of any building or premises shall cause. 6. All loud. 10. safety. a. life or limb of some person. All buildings erected. awnings and other similar structures over or near streets. less than 8 feet above the surface thereof or less than 10 feet over the surface of a public street. suffer or allow any loud. All signs and billboards. excessive or unusual noise shall disturb the comfort. or highways from obtaining a clear view of traffic when approaching an intersection or pedestrian crosswalk. All ice not removed from the public sidewalks and all snow not removed from public sidewalks within 24 hours after it has ceased to fall thereon. repaired or altered within the fire limits of the Village in violation of the provisions of the ordinances of the Village relating to materials and manner or construction of buildings and structures within said district. dilapidated or out of repair so as to be dangerous. All unauthorized signs. doorway or opening of any building adjacent to any public street or place any device. excessive or unusual noise in the operation or use of any radio. billboards or other obstructions which prevent persons driving vehicles on public streets. unsanitary.
the same is a public nuisance or a public annoyance. sidewalks or crosswalks and all excavations in or under the same. entertaining or recreational purpose By a church when used in connection with an educational. alley or sidewalk. provided such use does not interfere or annoy any religious. athletic. If the use becomes a public nuisance to disturb the peace and quiet of any persons. barking.m. provided that the same is not audible to the human ear at a distance of 100 feet. d. the use shall be discontinued.m. 12. alleys. The obstructions of streets. excavations or unused basements freely accessible from any public street.immoderate or excessive use of the voice of any bell. b) 11. in their opinion. No person operating or having charge of or occupying any building or premises shall keep or allow to be kept any animal or bird which shall habitually by any noise disturb the peace and quiet of any person in the vicinity thereof. instrument. e. gong. are kept or maintained for an unreasonable length of time after the purpose thereof has been accomplished. No person shall park or leave standing for more than 15 minutes in any street in the Village a vehicle containing livestock. religious or recreational activity Within a public park of the Village subject to the rules and regulations of the Park Board The using of loud speaking or amplifying systems after registering with the Police Department as follows: a) An amplifying system may be used on the public streets of the Village between the hours of 9:00 a. article or device. An amplifying system may be used in front of or outside a building between the hours of 9:00 a. although made in accordance with such ordinances. yelping. live fowl. 13. Chapter 3 Page 9 of 49 . educational or recreational gathering and is not audible to the human ear for the distance of more than 300 feet. All open and unguarded pits. and 9:00 p. The keeping or harboring of any animal or fowl which by frequent or habitual howling. The use shall at all times be under the jurisdiction of the Police Department who are hereby given the authority to restrain the use if. except as permitted by the ordinances of the Village or which. horn. c. or other living animals.m. Nothing in this section shall apply to the use of loud speaking or amplifying systems as follows: 1) 2) 3) 4) By a school when used in connection with an educational.m. wells. and 9:00 p. crowing or making of other noises shall greatly annoy or disturb a neighborhood or any considerable number of persons within the Village.
machinery. unused junk and automobiles not in good. furnaces. including basements. and/or which substantially depreciates property values in the neighborhood except in an enclosure which houses such property from public view. or any other person having charge or control of any furnace or stationary engine who shall cause. engineer. Stationary Engine . refrigerators. safe operating condition.14. A violation of this section is declared a public nuisance. or coal dust from any chimney. machinery implements. Any nuisance so defined by the Wisconsin Statutes. or allow dense smoke to issue or to be emitted from the smokestack or chimney connected with any such furnace of stationary engine within the Village shall be guilty of creating a public nuisance and of violating the provisions of this section. or machinery parts. alley or sidewalk or of a public street. 19. 2. trucks. material or condition which constitutes a fire hazard or will impair extinguishing of any fire. 3. STORAGE OF JUNK No person shall store junk or discarded property including old. 16. Any and all excavations. or occupant of any building. washing machines. stack. cinders.The emission of soot. Any structure. All abandoned refrigerators or iceboxes from which the doors and other covers have not been removed or which cannot be opened by pushing from the inside by a small child. 17. lessee.The owner. Any unauthorized or unlawful use of property abutting on a public street.The emission of dense smoke from the smokestack of any engine or from the smokestack or chimney of any building within the Village is hereby declared to be a public nuisance and is prohibited. cement blocks or other unsightly debris which is no longer safely usable for the purpose for which it was manufactured. furnace. Repeated or continuous violations of the ordinances of the Village or laws of the State of Wisconsin relating to the storage of flammable liquids. or the fireman. or from any building within the Village is hereby declared to be a public nuisance and is prohibited. E. bricks. stoves. or which permit has been revoked by the Zoning Administrator. and any other vehicles or personal property of any kind or automobile parts. tractors. All Soot Prohibited . alley or sidewalk which causes large crowds of people to gather. Chapter 3 Page 10 of 49 . F. 18. permit. SMOKE 1. 15. Dense Smoke . wood. or upon permit issued by the Village. which have been abandoned or for which a building permit has become null and void. obstructing traffic and free use of the streets or sidewalks.
occupant or person causing the nuisance cannot be found. the Village Police Department shall cause the abatement or removal of such nuisance.3.If the inspecting officer shall determine that a public nuisance exists on private property and that there is great and immediate danger to the public health. permitting or maintaining the same. ABATEMENT OF PUBLIC NUISANCES INSPECTION OF PREMISES Whenever complaint is made to the Village Board that a public nuisance exists they shall notify the Police Department. safety. ABATEMENT BY COURT ACTION If the inspecting officer shall determine that a public nuisance exists on private premises but that the nature of such nuisance is not such as to threaten great and immediate danger to the public health. the Village will cause the same to be abated and will charge the cost thereof to the owner. contrivance. or.403 A. Health Officer or Building Inspector who shall forthwith inspect or cause to be inspected the premises and shall make a written report of his findings to the Village Board. peace. SUMMARY ABATEMENT 1. D. and if notice to abate the nuisance has been given to the owner. peach. on the occupant or person causing. occupant or person causing. Chapter 3 Page 11 of 49 . Whenever practicable. such cost shall be assessed against the real estate as special taxes. permitting or maintaining such nuisance to abate or remove such nuisance within 24 hours and shall state that unless such nuisance is so abated. permitting. Such notice shall direct the owner. or if the owner. OTHER METHODS NOT EXCLUDED Nothing in this chapter shall be construed as prohibiting the abatement of public nuisances by the Village or its officials in accordance with the laws of the State of Wisconsin. if the owner cannot be found. Notice to Owner . or person causing. Abatement by Village . the cost of abating a public nuisance by the Village shall be collected as a debt from the owner. the Village President may direct the Village Police Department to serve notice on the owner.404 COST OF ABATEMENT In addition to any other penalty imposed by this code for the erection. or maintaining such nuisance and to post a copy of the notice on the premises. creation.If the nuisance is not abated within the time provided. 2. occupant. C. occupant or person causing. he shall file a written report of his findings with the Village Board who shall cause an action to abate such nuisance to be commenced in the name of the Village in the Circuit Court for Brown County in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 823 of the Wisconsin Statutes. continuance or maintenance of a public nuisance. safety. the inspecting officer shall cause photographs to be made of the premises and shall file the same in the office of the Village Clerk. permitting or maintaining the nuisance. morals or decency. 3. B. morals or decency.
Chapter 3 Page 12 of 49 .00 nor more than $500.3.00 together with the actual costs of prosecution. PENALTIES FORFEITURE AND COSTS The penalty for violation of any provision of this Ordinance shall be a forfeiture of not less than $5. Each day of continuing violation shall constitute a separate offense. including attorney fees.405 A.
and non-poisonous. Animals are maintained in quarters so constructed as to prevent their escape. alligators. hippopotami. tamed. circuses and professional animal acts.503 Endangered Species. and permissions required. turtles. pigeons or fowl. D.502 Poultry and Livestock Prohibited A. permits. non-constructing snakes unless protected under Section 3. goats. Exceptions . cougars. all poisonous snakes. pigeons. or have in such person’s possession or under such person’s control any poisonous reptile. Except as specifically permitted in a zoning district. REPTILES. wolves or hybrid wolf/dogs. Exceptions – The exceptions to this section shall apply as in 3. may continue to keep or maintain such a nonconforming use upon receipt of a permit from the Village Clerk in accordance with rules established by resolution of the Village Board as long as a public nuisance is not created. 3. The aforementioned have obtained the necessary licenses. horses. cattle. AND INSECTS 3. B. public or private educational institutions. lions. C. or any animal raised for fur-bearing purposes. zoological gardens.501. jaguars. and other fighting birds. 2003. elephants. No person shall keep. fowl. poisonous insects and arachnids. FOWLS. 2. Prohibitions – The prohibitions of this section shall apply as in 3. ocelots. hyenas. non-human primates.3. whether or not such animal is domesticated. Prohibitions – The prohibitions set forth in sub (A) shall not apply to licensed pet shops. mountain lions. constrictor snakes. tigers or other wild feline species. but not limited to. All animals and animal quarters are kept in a clean and sanitary condition and so maintained as to eliminate objectionable odors. lynx. rodents. animal or livestock contrary to this subsection as of August 5. panthers. maintain.501 Wild and Exotic Animals Prohibited A. C. no person shall keep or maintain any poultry. or a pet. Any person keeping or maintaining such poultry. 3. Chapter 3 Page 13 of 49 . pigs or swine.5 – PROHIBITED AND PROTECTED ANIMALS. or any livestock. sheep. bears. fish. dangerous or wild animal or insect including. crocodiles. provided that: 1. pumas. B. but not limited to.501. leopards. including.These prohibitions do not include captive-bred species of caged birds. coyotes. gamecocks.
3. B. amphibian or reptile. bird. it shall be provided daily and in sufficient quantity for the health of the animal. and trash so as to minimize health hazards. together with the actual cost of Chapter 3 Page 14 of 49 . Minimum indoor standards of shelter shall include ambient temperature compatible with the health of the animal and shall be adequately ventilated by natural or mechanical means to provide for the health of the animal. Minimum outdoor standards of shelter shall include shelter from sunlight when such is likely to cause heat exhaustion or other ill effects. 3.5 of the Village of Hobart Code of Ordinances. B. which appears on the endangered species list designated by the United States Secretary of the Interior and published in the Code of Federal Regulations pursuant to the Endangered Species Act of 1969 (Public Law 135. or the dead body or parts thereof. The penalty for violation of any provision of this ordinance. State law reference: §948.3.505 Shelter A. shall be a forfeiture in an amount set from time to time by resolution of the Village Board. dirt. or offer for sale a native or foreign species or subspecies of mammal.504 Food and Drink A. No person may intentionally abandon any animal. Minimum sanitation standards for both indoor and outdoor enclosures shall include daily cleaning to remove excreta and other waste materials. F. Section 3.506 Enforcement A. It shall be unlawful for any person or other entity to buy.13. No person owning or responsible for confining or impounding any animal may refuse or neglect to supply the animal with a sufficient supply of food and water as prescribed in this section. Minimum indoor and outdoor standards for enclosures shall be constructed and maintained so as to provide sufficient space to allow adequate freedom of movement for the health of the animal. Wis. Natural or artificial shelter appropriate to the local climatic conditions for the species shall be provided as necessary for the health of the animal. If potable water is not accessible to the animals at all times. 91st Congress). D. sell. 3. C. Stats. E. The food shall be sufficient to maintain all animals in good health. C.503 Endangered Species Protected and Prohibited A. No person owning or responsible for confining or impounding any animal may fail to provide the animal with proper shelter as prescribed in this section.
Chapter 3 Page 15 of 49 .prosecution. Each day of continuing violation shall constitute a separate offense. including attorneys fees.
and license (annually or otherwise). 3.601 GENERAL PROVISION Any business considered to be nauseous or offensive is declared to be a public nuisance and an action for the abatement or removal thereof or to obtain an injunction to prevent the same may be authorized to be brought and maintained by the Village Board. Chapter 3 Page 16 of 49 . firm. upon conviction. offensive business is carried on. Each day that a violation continues to exist shall constitute a separate offense. the ordinance to apply within the boundaries of the Village of Hobart.602 VIOLATIONS AND PENALTIES Any business considered to be nauseous or offensive shall be deemed unlawful.052(1). and any person. and in default of payment of such forfeiture and costs of such prosecution. to direct the location. Wis. 3. or corporation may be required at the discretion of the Court.6 -ORDINANCE RESTRICTING OFFENSIVE INDUSTRIES An ordinance under the provisions of Section 66. thing or place where any nauseous. 3. Stats. together with the costs of prosecution.000 for each offense. but not to exceed 30 days for each violation.. management and construction of.603 EXCEPTION All farm operations to be excluded from this ordinance.3. to forfeit not less than $50 nor more than $1. regulate or prohibit any industry. shall be imprisoned in the County Jail of Brown County until said forfeiture and costs are paid.
but does not leave that structure to a central control receiving location. crime. Security Alarm System – Any device designed for the detection of an unauthorized entry on the premises.EMERGENCY ALARM SYSTEMS 3. on the exterior or interior portion of the property. when activated. Fire Alarm – Any device designed for the detection of a fire that alerts the Police Department/Fire Department of such occurrence and when activated gives a signal. the location of the premises to be protected by the alarm system and such other information as the Police Department may deem necessary for safe and proper emergency response. gives a signal.7 . and transmits or causes to be transmitted a signal. It is also meant to encourage the installation of reliable emergency alarm systems in all structures within the Village in order to provide additional protection to persons and property from fire.703 ALARM PERMITS A.701 PURPOSE The primary purpose of this chapter is to reduce the incidence of false burglar and holdup alarms by eliminating those false alarms which are preventable or avoidable. an unlawful act or any emergency that alerts the Police Department of its commission or occurrence and. which will permit the Police Department and Fire Department to increase the present level of protection to persons and property. Application for Permit – An application for an alarm permit shall be provided by the Village and shall require an applicant to furnish information sufficient to identify the applicant. robbery and vandalism. Required – No person shall install or cause to be installed any alarm system. The annual $15 alarm permit fee for a full year or partial year shall be collected at the time of application. 3. including burglary.3. installation or servicing of such installations will provide a technique of early detection. either visual or audible. This chapter is intended to impose standards and requirements from such causes as the negligence of the user of an alarm system or of his employees in operating the system. Local Alarm – A system that gives a signal. as defined above for any premises in the Village until an alarm permit therefor has been issued by the Village. and other hazards that may constitute a danger to persons and property. 3.702 DEFINITIONS For the purpose of this chapter. or both. either visual or audible or both and transmits or causes to be transmitted a signal. the maintenance of equipment or the sale. Chapter 3 Page 17 of 49 . the terms used shall be defined as follows: False Alarm – A signal from an alarm system that alerts the Police Department/Fire Department that results in an emergency response from the Department when a situation of emergency does not exist. A permit B. or both. either visual or audible.
Special Charge For: 1. All local alarms shall be equipped with a 15 minute automatic shutoff or some other secure means of turning off the alarm. 2001. C.704 OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS A. The owner is to assist police officers in gaining access to the building for the purpose of inspection. After the alarm system has been installed for 30 days. 1 alarm during a 12-month period 2 to 3 alarms during a 12-month period 4 or more alarms during a 12-month period $ 25 each 50 each 100 each Chapter 3 Page 18 of 49 . the owner shall be subject to a special charge for each false alarm in a 12-month. Duty to Maintain Alarm System – The property owner shall be responsible for maintaining the alarm system in proper working order. c. a permit shall be obtained within 60 days after the effective date of this chapter. The owner is also responsible for resetting the alarm system. Issuance of Alarm Permit – The Village Clerk shall issue an alarm permit to the applicant upon approval of the Village Administrator or his designee. With respect to any alarm system installed after the effective date of this chapter. Time Delay and Shutoff – All security alarm systems shall be equipped with a 20 second time delay in case the alarm is accidentally tripped. 3. D. as follows: a. Duty to Respond to Alarm – The owner of premises protected by an alarm system must respond to the protected premises within 45 minutes of notification of an alarm. Applicants that are denied alarm permits may appeal the denial to the Village Board or a committee designated by the Village Board. 3. The owner of an alarmed premises shall provide current information on persons to be contacted in the owner’s absence. b. The alarm permit shall be issued for a period of 12 months. expiring on December 31 of each year. C. March 6. Existing Alarm Systems – For those systems installed on premises within the Village prior to March 6. 2001.shall be required for each premises alarmed or each separate alarm system on a single premises. Under no circumstances shall a member of the Police Department reset an alarm. per calendar year. B. a permit must be issued before the system is installed.705 FALSE ALARMS A.
Permit Cancellation. the Village Administrator or his designee may order the alarm permit cancelled and the alarm disconnected. shall be billed to the owner and.706 GENERAL PROVISIONS A. Collection of Special Charges – Special charges for false alarms. if not timely paid. as provided in sub. Municipal alarms False alarms caused by outside sources Any special charge may be waived by the Village Administrator or his designee if the owner can show that the alarm system was properly maintained and the false alarm was not the result of the negligence on the part of the owner. Penalty – Any person who violates any provision of this chapter shall be subject to a penalty as provided in Chapter 1. in writing. Wis. D. require the owner to repair or replace the alarm system within 10 days. Section 1. Limitations of Liability – The Village shall not be liable for any defects in any alarm system or the central board. Chapter 3 Page 19 of 49 . If the repair or replacement is not made within 10 days. Stats. C. shall be placed on the tax roll pursuant to the provisions of §66. E. 3. b.60(16).005. B. his agent or employees. 1 above. except by special permission of the Village Administrator or his designee. the Village Administrator or his designee may. Motor Vehicle Alarms – This section shall not apply to audible alarms affixed to motor vehicles. 3.2. c. or any transmission malfunctions or delays. Alarm Disconnection – Whenever there is a record of an excessive number of alarms or the operation of the alarm system is not consistent with the purpose of this chapter. Telephone Alarm Dialers – Telephone alarm dialers are not permitted to be programmed to direct dial the Police Department. No person shall continue to operate an alarm system for which an alarm permit has been cancelled. Exceptions: a.
...... Consumption of Intoxicating Liquor and Fermented Malt Beverages in Parks 3...............810 ... Fair Housing Code 3.......... Licensing and Regulations for "Closing Out" Sales 3...............805 .816 .806 ..................801 ......824 .833 ........804 .... Traps Restricted 3............... Loud and Unnecessary Noise Prohibited 3............ Minors Possessing Prohibited 3................ Basements or Other Dangerous Excavations Prohibited 3. Etc................. Wells.. Littering Prohibited 3........... Abandoned or Unattended Refrigerators....812 ... Throwing or Shooting Missiles and Projectiles 3........ Penalties Chapter 3 Page 20 of 49 ..... Fraud on Residential Landlords Prohibited 3.........3.808 ..........834 .803 . Offenses Against State Laws Subject to Forfeiture 3.......... Cigarettes and Tobacco Products.............. Smoking in Public Places Prohibited 3........... Harboring Minor Without Parental Consent 3..811 ........ Regulated 3....... Trespassing in Vehicles 3...... Park and Playground Closing Hours 3................ Use of Off Road Vehicles 3.........831 .................PEACE AND GOOD ORDER Contents: 3.815 ........................ Sale and Discharge of Fireworks Restricted 3..822 .....829 ....818 ...........813 ...........832 .. Intentionally Left Blank 3...8 .819 ... Obedience to Officers 3................................. Damaging Curbs 3... Disposal of Debris and Curb Damage at Construction Sites 3.814 ...821 .....817 .830 ...826 . Trespass to Buildings............. Structures or Businesses 3............................. Etc......820 ... Sexual Offender Restrictions 3.... Obscene Material and Performances Prohibited 3....... Misuse of Statewide Emergency Services Number 911 Prohibited 3.................. Animals and Fowl 3.802 .... Loitering 3...807 .................. Obstructing Streets and Sidewalks Prohibited 3....... 3....827 .............. Fraudulent Return of Merchandise 3......................828 ..809 ....823 .. Open Cisterns. Truancy Offenses 3... Storage of Junk. Found Property 3..825 ..
.... forbidden 3......941..........26 .........65 ..943. Fourth degree sexual assault 3.. inspections 3...940...01 .. False alarms 3.... 3.....285...........005 of this Municipal Code......20 ...941... penalty 3.... Restrictions on sale or gift of cigarettes or tobacco products 3.................... Battery: special circumstances 3.........218........ substantial battery...........................92 ........943.30 .134...................254......... Criminal trespass to dwellings Chapter 3 Page 21 of 49 ...... aggravated battery 3...235 ..943....... Possession of switchblade knife 3.25 ...32 .. Carrying firearm in public building 3...941........ use in certain cases......943............. Entry into locked coin box 3.125 ........32 ................... Machine guns and other weapons....10 ...... Trespass to land 3..939..801 OFFENSES AGAINST STATE LAWS SUBJECT TO FORFEITURE The following statutes following the prefix "3" defining offenses against the peace and good order of the State are adopted by reference to define offenses against the peace and good order of the Village..............14 ...............2965(2) .. Purchase or possession of cigarettes or tobacco products by person under 18 prohibited 3...941............. Endangering safety by use of dangerous weapon 3............134..940........66 .23 ...........017 ..76 ....941...0145 .36 .13 .........941.940.. Criminal damage to or graffiti on religious and other property 3... Motor vehicle emissions limitations. Negligent handling of burning material 3.....941........ Entry into locked vehicle 3..943........................................ Regulation of fireworks 3..........11(7) .............942....943..942.............06 ........................24 .....941...167.. Purchase or lease of motor vehicle by minor 3........941... Producing/manufacturing/using inspection sticker fraudulently 3.................012 ........941..... Carrying concealed weapon 3......218..134..........03 .... Restrictions on use of facsimile firearms (3)(a).940............. Used cars/prohibited acts 3.01 ...941.............. Giving false information for publication 3.........13 ....01(1) . Criminal damage to railroads 3...............941................................ Negligent operation of vehicle 3.. Use of polygraphs and similar tests 3.. Bonus to chauffeurs for purchases..10 ...942... Interfering with fire fighting 3........... Defamation 3. provided the penalty for commission of such offenses hereunder shall be limited to a forfeiture imposed under Section 1..............................450.3...............20 ..........110.. Prescription drugs and prescription devices 3................. Causing fires by tobacco smoking 3......................07 .... Fraudulent tapping of electric wires or gas or water meters or pipes 3....225(3m) ...942.... Graffiti 3..... Damage to property 3... Obstructing emergency or rescue personnel 3............05 .......... Storage of junked automobiles 3.........12(2).943........06 .943.....11 ....254. Stalking 3.............................. Battery....37 ..............175... Cigarette and tobacco product retailer license 3....... (3)..0147 ...075(7) .....19(1) ...................... Attempt 3.. (c)(d) 3.. Opening letters 3.............
.943......45 ...01 .........70 . Obstructing justice 3.........04 .................. Theft of telecommunications service 3...946.....944....23 .... Removal of shopping carts 3....... Patronizing prostitutes 3.......943..........70 ... .....944... Escape 3...943...21 ............943......... Public fornication 3..........61 ......31 .943. (6)(a)..........20 ......02(3)(4)................. Refusal to pay for a motor bus ride 3....34 ..................... Compounding crime 3................17 .......943.943..37 ............ obscene or indecent drawings 3..................947... Criminal trespass to a medical facility 3.943...945..944..943..............65 .....945..947. Disorderly conduct 3...............03 ..... Retail theft 3..38(3) ..........948... Operating vehicle without owner's consent 3....013 ...........947.. Theft of cable television service 3.36 ......3.015 ..50 ........... Use of cheating tokens 3.... Theft of library material 3.................. Unlawful assemblies and their suppression 3...34 ............ dwelling or room 3.... Gambling 3..946...943............. Theft of satellite cable programming 3.. Permitting premises to be used for commercial gambling 3..... (5).......... Fraud on hotel or restaurant keeper or taxicab operator 3..... (b) & (d) 3......... Receiving stolen property 3. Keeping place of prostitution 3....... Sexual gratification 3...41(2)..943................ Drinking in common carriers 3..............947.944..................22 ..943... Falsely assuming to act as public officer or employee or utility employee 3....... Financial transaction card crimes (3)(a-d)....... Unlawful use of telephone 3..012 ..06 ................. Impersonating peace officer 3....947...945......946..................946....15 ......40 ...69 ...33 ...225 .......943...946....944........ Theft 3....................................41 ..... Refusing to aid officer 3..943........944............ Assisting or permitting escape 3......... Solicitation of drinks prohibited 3...........67 .. Entry onto a construction site or into a locked building......72 ........944................ Other offenses against children Chapter 3 Page 22 of 49 .943........04 .943...........21 ...................... Prostitution 3............................ Issue of worthless checks 3......... Making lewd.......... Lewd and lascivious behavior 3.............55 ............943...946...................23 ......................... Bomb scares 3.46 .........20 .42 .....946............................47 .................02 ......... Computer crimes 3. Forgery 3......947................. Obscene material or performance 3.......944..............15 .44 . (4)(b)...........946.... Commercial gambling 3..... Pandering 3...947... Harassment 3.....946...........944..............944... Tampering with public records and notices 3........24 ..... Alteration of property identification marks 3...................943.....................015 ...... Resisting or obstructing officer 3....30 ........................ Vagrancy 3..145 ...............................943....
. Advertisement of drug paraphernalia 3..948......... Dangerous weapons other than firearms on school premises 3...951..........40 ... the Village finds and declares that sexual offenders are a serious threat to the public safety of children if regulatory measures are not in place that prohibit their presence in specified areas designated as places children commonly congregate. safety.......... FINDINGS AND INTENT 1.......... Hazing 3...........11 ………………Exposing a child to harmful material or harmful descriptions or narrations 3........948... but rather to serve the Village’s compelling interest to promote....961....948.......... Exposing genitals or pubic area 3.........3.... Contributing to delinquency of a child 3.951...........574(1) .....61 .....21 ..948......... It is the further intent of this ordinance to recognize that convicted sexual offenders must reenter the community.....948......... and welfare of the children of the Village by prohibiting convicted sexual offenders from loitering or being present in specified areas around locations where children regularly congregate in concentrated numbers.... and improve the health.....575(1) . such as parks and playgrounds..18 3.....576 ..948........ Delivery of drug paraphernalia to a minor 3.. Therefore... Receiving property from a child 3... This ordinance is a regulatory measure aimed at protecting the health and safety of children in the Village of Hobart from the risk that sexual offenders convicted of an offense against a child may re-offend in locations close to where children congregate... and the Village of Hobart hereby accepts that it has a responsibility to convicted sexual offenders and the surrounding area municipalities to ensure that........ Possession of a dangerous weapon by a person under 18 3.. Possession of drug paraphernalia 3......01 to .... Manufacture or delivery of drug paraphernalia 3.........948.........961... protect.... children congregate or play at child-oriented facilities............961..948.51 ...63 ...... Neglecting a child 3......38 ............60 ....... there is a need to protect children where they congregate or play in public places... The Village of Hobart finds and declares that in addition to schools and daycare centers....802 SEXUAL OFFENDER RESTRICTIONS A. Possession of a controlled substance 3....961....... Chapter 3 Page 23 of 49 .10 .. its regulatory measures are not aimed at prohibiting convicted sexual offenders from being part of this society... Given the high rate of recidivism for sexual offenders......... Prescriptions 3.45 .961.961........948....573(1) ..... in addition to promoting regulatory measures aimed at protecting children... 2...... Crimes against animals 3........... It is not the intent of this ordinance to impose a criminal penalty..41(3g) ... and that reducing opportunity and temptation is important to minimizing the risk of re-offense.. Contributing to truancy 3........
5. DEFINITIONS The following words. loaf. Loiter Fee Zones: the 200 foot radius surrounding all Restricted Zones. playgrounds. or as an individual. Stat. or any other place designated by the Village as a place where children are known to congregate. including. except when the context clearly indicates a different meaning: 1. proceed slowly or with many stops.B. c. schools. congregate. to delay or dawdle. prowl. Restricted Zones: certain areas that are designated by the Village as areas children congregate. Loitering means. 4. terms and phrases. Designated Offender means any person who is required to register under Wis. b. linger aimlessly. when used in this ordinance. Restricted Zone Maps: an official map. Child means a person age 16 or younger for purposes of this ordinance. Restricted Zone Maps will be available at the Village’s office and on the Village’s official web site. park or establishment is located that instigated the Village’s designation of such Restricted Zone.45 and is under court ordered supervision by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections for any sexual offense against a child. maintained by the Village. stand. PROHIBITED LOCATION AND/OR ACTS 1. licensed day care centers. crowd. or Chapter 3 Page 24 of 49 . (the “Restricted Zone Map”). Minor means a person age 17 or younger. whether in a group. Restricted Zone Restrictions: It is unlawful for any Designated Offender to be physically present within a Restricted Zone under any of the following circumstances: 1) When children are present or are reasonably presumed or known to be present. 3. Restricted Zones will not expand beyond the real estate parcel or parcel(s) upon which the building. to stand idly about.§301. C. parks. wander. but not limited to. but will include contiguous parcels used for ancillary purposes. such as an athletic field located adjacent to a school. 2. unless the person is under the age eighteen at the time of the offense and the offender was not tried and convicted of the offense as an adult. showing Restricted Zones designated in Red and Loiter Free Zones designated in Yellow. shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this section. The Village shall update the Restricted Zone Map at least annually to reflect any changes in the location of Restricted Zones and Loiter Free Zones. Zones: a. Restricted Zones: a.
in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. 3. This ordinance shall take effect on and after its passage and publication. SEVERABILITY The provisions of this ordinance shall be deemed severable and it is expressly declared that the Village Board would have passed the other provisions of this ordinance irrespective of whether or not one or more provisions may be declared invalid. 3. and no non-familial children are present. F. and 11:00 p.000.. highway.m. sidewalk.m. together with the actual costs of prosecution. by hand or by any other means. which is determined by the reasonable person standard. stone. are exempt from this paragraph. E. All ordinances. in a school or day care center Restricted Zone and between 7:00 a.m. Loiter Free Zones: It is unlawful for a Designated Offender to loiter within a Restricted Zone or Loiter Free Zone.00. 2.2) Monday through Friday. G. including attorney fees.No person shall throw or shoot any object. or parts of ordinances. or 3) In a park or playground Restricted Zone and between 7:00 a. and 11:00 p. snowball or other missile or projectile. D. playground or other public place within the Village. b. if necessary. If any provision of this ordinance is held invalid. Holiday Prohibition: It is unlawful for any Designated Offender to participate in a holiday event involving children under 16 years of age.m. alley. park. Holiday events in which the Designated Offender is the parent or guardian of the children involved. at any person or at. the reminder of the ordinance shall not be affected. and 2) The Designated Offender is accompanied by another adult who is not a Designated Offender. such as distributing candy or other items to children on Halloween. PENALTIES A person who violates this ordinance shall be punished by a forfeiture not exceeding $2. Chapter 3 Page 25 of 49 . wearing a Santa Claus costume on or preceding Christmas or wearing an Easter Bunny costume on or preceding Easter. street. in or into any building.803 THROWING OR SHOOTING MISSILES AND PROJECTILES . Restricted Zone Restriction Exceptions: A Designated Offender may be physically present on any day or time within a Restricted Zone if all of the following are present: 1) The Designated Offender has official business.
3.No person shall loaf or loiter in a group or a crowd upon the public streets or sidewalks or in adjacent doorways or entrances.804 SALE AND DISCHARGE OF FIREWORKS RESTRICTED . prior to any arrest for an offense under this subsection. sidewalks.807 B.806 3. a police or peace officer shall. Chapter 3 Page 26 of 49 . LOITERING AFTER BEING REQUESTED TO MOVE 1. In Groups or Crowds . exclusive of any penalty imposed thereby. Unless flight by the person or other circumstances makes it impracticable. LOITERING A. GENERALLY . LOUD AND UNNECESSARY NOISE PROHIBITED . afford the person an opportunity to dispel any alarm which would otherwise be warranted by requesting him to identify himself and explain his presence and conduct. sidewalk.3. bridge or public ground within the Village in such manner as to prevent or obstruct the free passage of pedestrian or vehicular traffic thereon or prevent or hinder free ingress to or egress from any place of business or amusement or any church.No person shall loaf or loiter in a group or crowd upon the public streets.. Among the circumstances which may be considered in determining whether such alarm is warranted is the fact that the person takes flight upon appearance of a police or peace officer. or on any private premises without invitation from the owner or occupant. Stats. street crossings or bridges or other public places by persons passing along and over the same. alleys. interfere with or obstruct the ordinary free use of such public streets.No person shall loiter or prowl in a place.No person shall stand. public hall or meeting place. OBSTRUCTING STREETS AND SIDEWALKS PROHIBITED . refuses to identify himself or manifestly endeavors to conceal himself or any object.No person shall make or cause to be made any loud.10. at a time or in a manner not usual for law-abiding individuals under circumstances that warrant alarm for the safety of persons or property in the vicinity. is adopted by reference and made a part of this chapter as though set forth in full. loaf. loiter or engage in any sport or exercise on any public street. regulating the sale and use of fireworks. sit.805 3. on street crossings or bridges. OBSTRUCTION OF TRAFFIC BY LOITERING . C. sidewalks. street crossings or bridges or in any other public place within the Village in such manner as to prevent. LOITERING OR PROWLING PROHIBITED. or in any other public place. alley or park or any private residence. after being requested to move by any police officer or by any person in authority at such places.§167. No person shall be convicted of an offense under this subsection if the police or peace officer did not comply with the preceding sentence or if it appears at trial that the explanation given by the person was true and if believed by the police or peace officer at the time would have dispelled the alarm. alleys. Wis. disturbing or unnecessary sounds or noises which may annoy or disturb a person of ordinary sensibilities in or about any public street.
No person shall obstruct any street.No person shall loiter. B. However. dance hall. 3. Such permit shall be issued by the Village Clerk upon payment of the annual fee of $5 and certification by a C.No person not in official attendance or on official school business shall enter into. sidewalk or crossing by lounging or loitering in or upon the same after being requested to move on by any police officer . 2. mall. upon establishing to the satisfaction of a court the vicious character of such animal. Upon being requested to move. EXCEPTION ALLOWING THE KEEPING OF CERTAIN SPECIES OF PIGEONS 1. In Places of Public Assembly or Use . lounge or loaf in or about any depot. An animal is deemed to be vicious when is has attacked or bitten any person or when a propensity to attack or bite persons exists and is known or reasonably should be known to the owner. cote or other structure for the purpose of keeping or raising of pigeons without obtaining a permit therefor. No person shall harbor or keep a vicious animal within the Village. 1 above. public parking lot or other place of assembly of public use after being requested to move by any police officer or by any person in authority at such place. harboring or keeping any animal or fowl shall allow the same to run at large within the Village. Any vicious animal which is found off the premises of its owner may be seized by any police officer and. No person shall operate or maintain a pen. restaurant.2. The permit shall be obtained annually and shall expire on December 31 of each year. including himself. bridge. the species known as homing. NOT TO RUN AT LARGE . 3. may be destroyed.808 ANIMALS AND FOWL A. coop. a police officer may kill or tranquilize a vicious animal if he determines that it is necessary to take such action to prevent real and immediate personal injury to any person. stroll. Obstructing Highways . congregate. D. public sidewalk. wander. LOITERING IN SCHOOL AND PLAYGROUND AREAS . VICIOUS ANIMALS PROHIBITED 1. The definition of fowl shall include pigeons. The harboring of pigeons other than in an approved pen or coop is declared a public nuisance. store. Chapter 3 Page 27 of 49 . Notwithstanding par.No person owning. theater. a person shall immediately comply with such request by leaving the premises or the area thereof. carrier or racing pigeons shall be exempt from the confinement regulations to the extent that such birds may be permitted to fly for training purposes and races. 2. stand or play in any school building or in or about any playground area adjacent thereto within the Village on official school days. loiter.
tractors. except in an enclosure which screens such property from public view or upon permit issued by the Village Board.. safety and welfare. sheep or goats in any zoning district. provisions for fencing. furnaces. D. C.The Plan Commission shall enact such rules and regulations including.The Building Inspector may require by written order any premises in violation of this subsection to be put in compliance within the time specified in such order and. Poultry .representative of the Police Department that the structure housing the pigeons conforms to all local codes and regulations. including automobiles. 2. RESTRICTED . wood. trucks. become a part of this section by reference as though fully incorporated herein. except agricultural districts. Livestock . washing machines.No person shall keep or maintain poultry or fowl in any zoning district.. All coops and pens shall be constructed so as to be easily cleaned and kept in good repair. etc. B. 3. MOTOR VEHICLE AND TRAILER SALVAGE STORAGE 1. except as a permitted or conditional use. ORDER FOR COMPLIANCE . All such structures shall be kept clean and sanitary and shall not cause any objectionable odor. after ratification by the Village Board and publication in the official newspaper. bricks. cattle. stoves. 3. Chapter 3 Page 28 of 49 . may have the premises put in compliance and the cost thereof assessed as a special tax against the property. Failure to comply with any local codes or regulations within 10 days after notice by a representative of the Police Department shall result in revocation of the permit by the Village Board. REGULATED A. cement blocks or other unsightly debris which substantially depreciates property values in the neighborhood. ETC.809 STORAGE OF JUNK. Plan Commission To Establish Rules . refrigerators. Rules and regulations so enacted shall. automobile parts. KEEPING OF LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY REGULATED 1. for the regulation of the dismantling. Accumulations of cleanings or excrement of more than one day's operation in any such structure shall be deemed a violation of this section.No person shall keep or maintain any livestock such as horses. The inside and outside of such structures shall be whitewashed or painted as often as necessary to keep them clean or finished with such material as can be easily cleaned. distance from highways. machinery or machinery parts. but not limited to. accumulation or storage of junked or inoperable motor vehicles and trailers or parts thereof outside of any building as deemed necessary for the public health. if the order is not complied with.No person shall store junked or discarded property.
No material shall rest upon the fence. The Village Clerk shall notify the applicant of disapproval and the applicant shall be given an opportunity to be heard before the Village Board. Permit Required . bulletins and posters posted on the fence.2. If materials stored exceed 6'. such material shall be screened by natural objects or plantings.S. 2) 3) 4) b. galvanized or aluminum coated steel. Conformance With Rules and Regulations of Plan Commission . There shall be no signs. Chapter 3 Page 29 of 49 . A renewal application may be denied for violation of this section and if approval is denied the Building Inspector shall state the reasons for disapproval on the application. All permits shall expire on the 31st day of December of each year and shall be renewed. All material not stored within a building shall be enclosed by a solid fence 1) The fence shall be of chain link fabric of #9 Gauge wire or heavier. 3. The fence shall be kept in good state of repair and painted in uniform color. such fence to have an open mesh no larger than 3" and be equal to "U. All properties with such materials in existence on the date of enactment of these rules and regulations shall conform to these requirements within 90 days. The fence shall not be less than 25' from the street. Cyclone" or "Sentry Fence" Standards and with slats inserted in the fence which are impervious to sight.No person shall accumulate or store any junked or inoperable motor vehicles or trailers or parts thereof outside of any building on any real estate within the Village unless a permit is obtained from the Village Clerk for such use. c. The fence shall not be less than 6' in height and of uniform height and material.The Building Inspector shall not approve an application for a permit to accumulate or store junked or inoperable motor vehicles and trailers or parts thereof unless the premises conform to the rules and regulations of the Plan Commission as follows: a. The Village Clerk shall not issue a permit unless the application is approved by the Building Inspector and a fee of $100 is paid to the Village Treasurer. d. curb or road edge.
semi-trailer.. building or other structure or within any unoccupied or abandoned building. No person shall throw. PROHIBITED No person shall leave or permit to remain outside any dwelling. unused basements. 3. refuse. Authority to retain . weeds.Any business engaged in automotive sales or repair may retain disassembled. ABANDONED OR UNATTENDED REFRIGERATORS. No person shall place anything in a privately owned dumpster not owned by them. No person shall place non-recyclables at a recycling center.810 LITTERING PROHIBITED A. grass clippings.811 OBEDIENCE TO OFFICERS . nor shall any person refuse to assist an officer in carrying out his duties when so requested by the officer. deposit. filth. waste from cement trucks or any other litter upon the streets.813 Chapter 3 Page 30 of 49 .The rules and regulations governing the storage of junked or inoperable motor vehicles and trailers or parts thereto shall be enforced by the Building Inspector. highways. cesspools. OPEN CISTERNS. WELLS. tractors or trailers in the open. inoperable. 7. BASEMENTS OR OTHER DANGEROUS EXCAVATIONS PROHIBITED .812 3. Defined . excavations or other dangerous openings. dwelling or other structure under his control in a place accessible to children any abandoned. wells. No semi-trailer or van box may be used for storage within the Village without first securing a permit from the Building Inspector. snap lock 3. on private property. tractor.No person shall resist or interfere with any officer of the Village while such officer is doing any act in his official capacity and with lawful authority. The Building Inspector may issue a permit not to exceed 6 months for temporary use for a semi-trailer as storage if he feels it would not be unsightly nor diminish the quality of the neighborhood. after which such vehicles must be removed. alleys. size and weight that the same cannot be removed by small children. junked or wrecked motor vehicles. securely covered or fastened in such manner as to prevent injury to any person and any cover shall be of such design. wood waste. In the event that the storage is on a construction site. ETC. tires."motor vehicle" and "trailer" as used herein shall mean any automobile.No person shall have or permit on any premises owned or occupied by him any open cisterns. the Building Inspector may grant an extension if he thinks it is warranted.4. truck trailer. B. 5. Enforcement . public parks or other property of the Village or upon any private property or upon the surface of any body of water within the Village. for a period not to exceed 30 days. 3. place or dump any glass. waste. 6. shingles. motor bus or any selfpropelled or motor driven vehicle. truck bodies. All such places shall be filled. unattended or discarded ice box. refrigerator or other container having an airtight door or lid.
m. The operators of such theaters. Permission shall be given in writing and shall contain the name of the group and the name of a responsible person in charge of the group and the date for which permission to use the specific public park or public playground beyond the closed hours is granted.The Village Administrator or his designee may grant permission to any group wishing to use a specific public park or public playground to use such public park or public playground beyond 10 p. auditorium. arenas or school buildings. C. fixtures and decorations. 3. No person shall light a match or other flame producing device or smoke. B. No person shall smoke cigarettes. Chapter 3 Page 31 of 49 . auditorium. and further shall erect approved signs as directed by the Fire Inspector stating smoking is prohibited by ordinance except in approved areas. No person shall be in any public park or public playground in the Village between 10 p. arena or school building when used in connection with any performance. refrigerator or container or unless such container is displayed for sale on the premises of the owner or his agent and is securely locked or fastened.m. cigarette or pipe in any theater. provided such areas are free from all inflammable and combustible floors. walls. to 6 a.m. and 6 a. PRESENCE PROHIBITED DURING CLOSED HOURS . cigarette or pipe in any place held open to the general public in the Village where there has been erected a sign prohibiting smoking. Whenever a patron is observed smoking in violation of this section.815 SMOKING IN PUBLIC PLACES PROHIBITED A. except the school board may allow the use of tobacco products on premises owned by the school district and rented to another person for non-educational purposes. E.or other locking device which may not be released from the inside unless such door or lid.All public parks and public playgrounds in the Village shall be closed from 10 p. the operator or employee shall notify such person of the violation. furniture. carry a lighted cigar. B. cigars. or pipes inside of any Village municipal building. In addition to the prohibition of sub A. no person shall smoke.814 PARK AND PLAYGROUND CLOSING HOURS A. auditoriums. before the beginning of each performance. EXCEPTION . carry a lighted cigar. if any there be. cigarette or pipe upon the stage of any such theater.m.m. arena or school building in the Village except in areas approved by the Building Inspector. No person shall use tobacco products on premises owned or rented by or under the control of a school board. snap lock or other locking device has been removed from such ice box. D. shall announce from the stage or by projection on the screen that smoking is prohibited by ordinance except in the approved area. 3. This section shall not prohibit the use of a cigar.
B. No person shall bring any alcohol beverages into Pine Tree Park or Four Seasons Park or possess or consume any alcohol beverages in Pine Tree Park or Four Seasons Park from the day after Labor Day until the day after the following Memorial Day. Intoxicating liquors and fermented malt beverages may be consumed in Pine Tree Park and Four Seasons Park subject to the following conditions: a.816 CONSUMPTION OF INTOXICATING LIOUORS AND FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGES IN PARKS A.3. b.817 USE OF OFF ROAD MOTORIZED VEHICLES A. In all parks in the Village other than Pine Tree Park and Four Seasons Park. A person may operate an off road motor vehicle on undeveloped private property in the Village provided that at the time of the operation the person has on his person written permission from the owner of the property to operate motorized vehicles on such private property. C.No person shall bring in or consume in any park in the Village any intoxicating liquors or fermented malt beverages except as provided in sub. Chapter 3 Page 32 of 49 .The operation of off road motor vehicles is prohibited on all publicly-owned property in the Village except duly designated highways. USE ON PUBLICLY-OWNED PROPERTY . PROHIBITED . 2. B. EXCEPTIONS 1. c. streets or roadways.No person shall operate any motorized vehicle on any place other than a public roadway in the Village except as follows: 1. Any group of 10 or more persons consuming intoxicating liquors or fermented malt beverages shall have the written permission of the Village Administrator or his designee. RESTRICTED . 2. 3. intoxicating liquors or fermented malt beverages may be consumed only with written permission from the Village Administrator or his designee. If any person has consumed excessive intoxicating liquors or fermented malt beverages. he may be ejected from the park immediately and shall be responsible for any damages he may have caused in the park. B below. DEFINED . A person may operate an off road motor vehicle on land owned by the operator thereof or a member of his immediate family.An off road motorized vehicle is defined as a vehicle not licensed for operation on highways by the State.
construction. . curb. MUD. gutter. permit holder. No general contractor. DEBRIS IN STREET OR ON SIDEWALK . building permit holder or owner shall cause.No general contractor. curbs. DAMAGING CURBS OR SIDEWALKS . sidewalk. owner. D. and the site must be kept clean as much as feasible during the day. the Building Inspector shall revoke the building permit until they have complied with this section. sewers and sidewalks from damage due to construction. 2.The Village wishes to protect its streets. permit holder or owner does create a nuisance. nor shall such person cause damage to any public street. DAILY CLEANUP . piles of dirt after building landscaping is completed or other types of debris. We wish to protect pedestrians and motor vehicle traffic from construction debris during and after construction projects. Chapter 3 Page 33 of 49 . maintain or permit the littering of any public or private property or streets with mud. This section is written to require proper construction practices and to assure that the above mentioned goals are met. PREAMBLE . C. All tires crossing the curb shall be supported in this manner. dust. brush. BRUSH. building permit holder or owner must clean up by 8 p. each day or at the end of the workday on that site. ETC. municipality or municipal subcontractor shall allow any person to leave litter or building debris at a construction site which creates a nuisance.818 DISPOSAL OF DEBRIS AND DAMAGES TO CURBS AT CONSTRUCTION SITES A. E. subcontractor. building permit holder or owner. During the course of any construction which requires a permit within the Village. whichever occurs earlier. stumps. tree limbs.3. sewerage system or property. No general contractor. permit holder or owner to inspect all sidewalks and curbs prior to commencement of work. building permit holder or owner shall allow any person to run a vehicle over a curb in the Village. unless that curb shall have been properly blocked or ramped to ensure no damage to the curb. F. pedestrian or cyclist must be removed immediately.It is the responsibility of the general contractor. STUMPS.Debris in the street or on the sidewalk that would injure a motor vehicle. DISPOSAL OF DEBRIS AT CONSTRUCTION SITES 1. Properly blocked means adequately covered behind the curb with crushed stone to a sufficient depth to protect the back of the curb and a 4 x 4 planking in front of the curb. This requirement may be waived by the Building Inspector for good cause. If a general contractor.m. the contractor shall be responsible for having a dumpster or other suitable method to properly contain any construction related debris on the site at all times while construction is conducted on the site. Any such damage must be reported to the Building Inspector or his designated agent prior to commencement of work. B.A general contractor. DUST. Any damage not reported in that time period will be attributed to the general contractor.
trustee.819 LICENSE AND REGULATIONS FOR "CLOSING-OUT" SALES . 4.Permit holder Third . assignee. LICENSE REQUIRED . smoke or other cause.No person shall conduct a "closing out" sale of merchandise in the Village except as hereinafter provided. building permit holder or owner for a period of 6 months. expressed or implied.834 of this chapter. jobber. If any general contractor. If any general contractor. In addition to any other penalties imposed by this chapter. administrator. H. but no penalties shall apply to the Village. tends to lead people to believe that this sale is a selling out or closing out sale. 3. or of any business that is in liquidation.Every person shall obtain a Village "closing-out sale license" before retailing or advertising for retail any merchandise represented to be merchandise of a bankrupt.The general contractor. If the bills are not paid for. the occupancy permit will be withheld. that is disposing of stock on hand because of damage by fire. Chapter 3 Page 34 of 49 . liquidator. It is the Village’s intention to prosecute violations in the following order: 1. 3. First . water. any general contractor. 2. the Village may clean up or contract to clean up and charge the cost to the general contractor. This license shall be obtained in advance if the advertisement or representation.The Village will comply with this section.General contractor Second . VIOLATIONS 1. closing or disposing of its stock or a particular part or department thereof. In addition to the penalty provided in Section 3. insolvent.G. building permit holder or owner who is found in violation of this section. building permit holder or owner is convicted of 3 or more violations of this section within a 6 month period. or that for any reason is forced to dispose of stock on hand. executor. adjuster. the Building Inspection Department shall have the right to withhold the issuance of building permits to that general contractor. 3. building permit holder or owner shall fail to pay any costs of any curb repair for damage to curbs caused by such person. receiver. wholesaler. that has lost its lease or has been or is being forced out of business. that is closing out. manufacturer. VILLAGE COMPLIANCE . LIABILITY . permit holder and owner are jointly and severally liable for violations of this section. the Building Inspector shall have authority to withhold building permits from such general contractor. 2. building permit holder or owner until such time as all bills are paid. building permit holder or owner convicted of a violation of this section shall be subject to a forfeiture of not less than $50 plus costs for a first offense and not less than $100 plus costs for the second offense. A.Owner I.
4. The Village Clerk may grant or deny the application. it shall be issued by the Village Clerk upon the payment of an additional license fee of $25 per day for the time during which it is granted. a written application for such extension. 2. officers and directors and the principal stockholders and owners of the business. The period of time that a sale may be conducted may be extended by the Village Clerk if. or as otherwise directed by him. at any time during the term of the license. the period of the extension shall be determined by the Village Clerk. that no merchandise has been added to the stock since the date of issuance of the license. If the extension is granted. such as the partners. No extension shall be granted if any merchandise has been added to the stock listed in the inventory since the date of the license. which shall not exceed 60 successive days. the inventory shall state the lump sum paid for such merchandise and the circumstances of the purchase. is filed by the licensee with the Village Clerk. The applicant shall satisfy the Village Clerk by affidavit. The affidavit shall include the names and addresses of the principals. if an agent. 1. 3.Every person requiring a "closing-out sale license" shall make an application in writing to the Village Clerk on the form provided by the clerk and attach thereto an inventory containing a complete and accurate list of the stock of merchandise on hand to be sold at such sale and an affidavit by the applicant or his duly-authorized agent that the inventory is true and correct to the knowledge of the person making such affidavit. If granted. If the merchandise was purchased for a lump sum or other circumstances make the listing of the cost price for each article impracticable. The application shall also specify the name and address of the applicant and. the person for whom he is acting as an agent. but shall not exceed 30 days from the expiration of the original license. Sundays and legal holidays excepted. This application shall state the amount of merchandise listed in the original inventory which has been sold and the amount which still remains for sale and shall state the time for which an extension is requested. together with the date of purchases and the identity of the seller. 2. EXTENSION OF LICENSE PERIOD 1. and of the inventoried merchandise. The inventory shall contain the cost price of the articles listed therein. duly verified by affidavit of the applicant. C. from the date of the license. LICENSE APPLICATION . Chapter 3 Page 35 of 49 .B. The license shall specify the period for which it is granted. the place at which the sale is to be conducted and the period of time the proposed sale is to take place.
Any person violating this section shall forfeit not less than $25 nor more than $200 for each violation. F. all the facts connected with the stock on hand or any other information that he may reasonably require in order to make a thorough investigation of all phases of the sale. at any sale for which a license is required by this section. Properly blocked means adequately covered behind the curb with crushed stone to a sufficient depth to protect the back of the curb and a 4 x 4 planking in front of the curb. No licensee shall refuse to furnish on demand to the Village Clerk. FEES . The merchant shall not label or tag other merchandise in a manner to indicate. 2. SALE OF ADDITIONAL MERCHANDISE . Each article sold in violation of the provisions hereof. any merchandise not listed in the inventory required by sub. G. application or extension application shall constitute a violation of this section. is effective in the Village and all persons in the Village are subject to the provisions thereof. in the regular course of business. offer or expose for sale. unless that curb shall have been properly blocked or planked to ensure no damage to the curb.This section shall not apply to sales by public officers or sales under judicial process. EXCEPTIONS . DAMAGING CURBS A. PENALTY . H. or lead a prospective purchaser to believe that such merchandise is of the class or classes for which a license is required.D. 3. 3. so far as they relate to the rights of the public. All tires crossing the curb shall be supported in this manner. 132 of the Brown County Code) as amended.The Brown County Equal Opportunities in Housing Ordinance (Ch.820 FAIR HOUSING CODE .821 Chapter 3 Page 36 of 49 . or any person designated by him for that purpose. No person shall run a vehicle over a curb in the Village. shall constitute a separate offense.The Village Clerk shall verify the details of the inventory filed in connection with an application for this license and shall also verify the items of merchandise sold during any sale under this section. For a period not exceeding 15 days. conduct a "closing out" sale of merchandise and at the same time sell other merchandise. VERIFICATION OF INVENTORY .000 of the price set forth on the inventory E. $25 For a period not exceeding 30 days.It shall be unlawful to sell. $75 A further fee of $1 per $1.The fee for such licenses shall be as follows: 1. This requirement may be waived by the Building Inspector for good cause. B herein. Any merchant may. 3. and any false or misleading statement in the required inventory. 4. however. if the merchandise for the sale of which a license is required shall be distinguished by a tag or otherwise so that the "closing out" merchandise is readily ascertainable to prospective purchasers. $50 For a period not exceeding 60 days. 1.
or other State or federal law. advertise. No person shall do any of the following with knowledge of the character and content of the material or performance: 1. exhibit or transfer commercially any obscene material. reason to know or a belief or ground for belief which warrants further inspection or inquiry of both: 1. 3. The character and content of any material described herein which is reasonably susceptible of examination by the defendant.28. If the owner cannot be identified or notified within 30 days of the time the Police Department takes possession. produce or perform in any obscene performance. Chapter 3 Page 37 of 49 . Wis. Import. The Police Department shall attempt to identify and notify the owner of the goods or money and deliver the same to the owner if he appears at the Department offices to take possession. B. If the person declines to take the goods or money. C. possession shall be returned to the person who found the goods or money except as prohibited by §66. B.822 FOUND PROPERTY A. When goods or money are found in the Village and the person finding the goods or money does not know the identity of the owner.28. Transfer or exhibit any obscene material to a person under the age of 18 years. Advertise. individual pictures or passages shall be examined in the context of the work in which they appear. Stats. D. sell. DEFINITIONS Knowingly . Stats. print. Require as a condition to the purchase of periodicals that a retailer accept obscene material. DETERMINATION .3.Having general knowledge of. 2. have in his possession for sale or publish. Wis. the property may be disposed of in accordance with §66. 4. 3.823 OBSCENE MATERIAL AND PERFORMANCES PROHIBITED A. 5. Have in his possession with intent to transfer or exhibit to a person under the age of 18 years any obscene material.In determining whether material is obscene. C. the person finding the goods or money shall notify the Police Department and permit such Department to take possession thereof.
Any person under the age of 17 years Minors.A live exhibition before an audience which: 1.The commission or simulation of any of the following: sexual intercourse. Nudity . a breast Sexual Excitement . fellatio. would find appeals to the prurient interest if taken as a whole Under contemporary community standards describes or shows sexual conduct in a patently offensive way Lacks serious literary. the showing of the female breast with less than the fully opaque covering of any portion thereof below the top of the nipple. sodomy. political or scientific value if taken as a whole 2.A writing. however. sadism.2. cunnilingus. picture. 3. buttocks or. bound or otherwise physically restrained on the part of one so clothed Sexual Conduct .Flagellation or torture by or upon a person clad in undergarments. if such person be a female. pubic area. The age of the minor provided. lewd exhibition of human genitals or physical contact with a person's clothed or unclothed genitals. The average person. Minor . a mask or bizarre costume or the condition of being fettered. Sado-Masochistic Abuse . or the depiction of covered male genitals in a discernibly turgid state Obscene Material . masturbation. necrophilia. artistic. Harmful To . sexual conduct.That quality of any description or representation in whatever form of nudity. that an honest mistake shall constitute an excuse from liability hereunder if the defendant made a reasonable bona fide attempt to ascertain the true age of such minor. applying contemporary community standards. pubic area or buttocks with less than a full opaque covering. human excretion. shameful or morbid interest of minors Is patently offensive to prevailing standards in the adult community as a whole with respect to what is suitable material for minors Lacks serious literary. artistic.The showing of the human male or female genitals. videotape or file Obscene Performance .The condition of human male or female genitals when in a state of sexual stimulation or arousal Chapter 3 Page 38 of 49 . sound recording. Predominantly appeals to the prurient. 3. political or scientific value if taken as a whole 2. sexual excitement or sado-masochistic abuse when it: 1. bestiality. masochism.
magazine. 2. in whole or in part. DEFINITIONS . E. for part or all of 5 or more days in which school is held during a semester.15 and 118. Wis. videotape or similar visual representation or image of a person or portion of the human body which depicts nudity.15 and 118.No person shall knowingly sell or loan for monetary consideration to a minor: 1. sexual conduct or sadomasochistic abuse which is harmful to minors.No person shall enter a motor vehicle. has not been notified of a legal excuse of such absence by the parent or the legal guardian of the absent pupil.826 INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK 3. aircraft or watercraft.No person shall use a killer trap (conibear type trap) or steel jawed (leg hold) trap within the Village without DNR permits. Wis. drawing. 1.16(4). the following terms shall have the following meanings: 1. photograph.No person shall knowingly exhibit for a monetary consideration to a minor. 3. Any book. SALES OR LOANS TO MINORS .827 TRUANCY OFFENSES A. Truant means a pupil who is absent from school without an acceptable excuse under Sections 118. 3. Stats.. as from time to time may be amended.824 TRESPASSING IN VEHICLES .D. show or other presentation which. sexual conduct or sado-masochistic abuse which is harmful to minors.16(4). Habitual Truant means a pupil who is absent from school without an acceptable excuse under Section 118.825 3. sell to a minor an admission ticket or pass or admit a minor for a monetary consideration to premises whereon there is exhibited a motion picture. Chapter 3 Page 39 of 49 . 3. aircraft or watercraft or any part thereof belonging to another without the consent of the person in lawful possession of the vehicle. 2. for all or part of any day on which school is held during a semester. EXHIBITIONS .For purposes of this section. motion picture film. sexual conduct or sado-masochistic abuse which is harmful to minors. Any picture. or explicit and detailed verbal descriptions or narrative accounts of sexual excitement. printed matter however reproduced or sound recording which contains any matter enumerated in par. TRAPS RESTRICTED . pamphlet. principal or teacher.. depicts nudity. Truancy means any absence of part or all of one or more days from school during which the school attendance officer. Stats. Live traps that do not injure the animal are not prohibited by this section. sculpture.
or both. Wis.. shall be subject to one or more of the following: a. b.. c. All or part of the forfeiture plus costs may be assessed against the pupil. including travel time required to get to and from the place of worship or school program (the order may permit the pupil to leave his/her home if the pupil is accompanied by a parent or guardian) An order for the pupil to attend an educational program as described in §938. PENALTIES 1. e. Stats. or other community service as described in §938. Suspension of the pupil's operating privilege for not less than 30 days nor more than one year. supervised work program. a forfeiture of not more than $500 plus costs for each occurrence. or other community service work may be assessed against the pupil. the pupil's parent(s) or guardian(s) of the pupil. Chapter 3 Page 40 of 49 .37. An order for the pupil to attend school Subject to Section 938. Wis. Wis. Any pupil under the age of 18 years of age found by the Court to be a habitual truant shall be subject to one or more of the following: a. a supervised work program. Stats. a forfeiture of not more than $50 plus costs for first violation. the pupil's parent(s) or guardian(s).B. The costs of any such counseling. c. the parent(s) or guardian(s) of the pupil.34(7d). or both An order for the pupil to remain at home except during the hours in which the pupil is attending religious worship or school program. Wis. An order for the pupil to participate in counseling. d. or both b. or a forfeiture of not more than $100 plus costs for any second or subsequent violation committed within 12 months of a previous violation up to a cumulative maximum of not more than $500 for all violations committed during a school semester All or part of the forfeiture plus costs may be assessed against the pupil. If this penalty is imposed. Any pupil under the age of 18 years of age found by the Court to be a truant.37. 2.34(5g). f. An order for the pupil to attend school Subject to §938. Stats. the Court shall immediately take possession of any suspended license and forward it together with a notice stating the reasons for and the duration of the suspension. Stats.
Stats. including a curfew. guardian. any person 18 years of age or older who.829 FRAUD ON RESIDENTIAL LANDLORDS PROHIBITED A.g. Intentionally absconds without paying rent that has been contractually agreed upon in an oral or written lease with a landlord. for up to one year An order for the pupil's parent. 3. Prima facie evidence of intentionally absconding will be established if a tenant fails to pay rent due prior to the vacating of the rental premises by the tenant Chapter 3 Page 41 of 49 . or legal custodian's own expense. Except as provided in sub 2. if the natural and probable consequences of that act or omission would be to cause the pupil to be truant. shall be imprisoned in the County Jail until said forfeiture and costs are paid. by act or omission. 3. C. or both h. C. knowingly encourages or contributes to the truancy of a pupil shall be subject to the forfeiture of not more than $200 plus costs.828 FRAUDULENT RETURN OF MERCHANDISE . guardian’s. or legal custodian to participate in counseling at the parent’s. but not to exceed 90 days. PROHIBITED ACTS . An act or omission contributes to a truancy of a pupil whether or not the pupil is adjudged to be in need of protection or services. and upon default of the payment of the forfeiture on the costs of the prosecution. CONTRIBUTING TO TRUANCY 1. Represents that such person purchased the merchandise when the person did not purchase it Represents that the merchandise was purchased from a particular merchant when it was not purchased from that merchant Represents that the merchandise was purchased for a particular price when it was purchased for a lower price Gives the merchant a false name or address B. or to attend the school with the pupil. 2.No person shall return merchandise to a merchant for the purpose of claiming a cash refund or credit if the person deceives the merchant by doing any of the following: A. restrictions as to going to or remaining on specified premises and restrictions on associating with other children or adults An order placing the pupil under formal or informal supervision as described in §938. Wis.. below. i.Any person who with intent to defraud does any of the following shall be guilty of violating this section: 1. Any other reasonable conditions consistent with this subsection. D.34(2).
B. Stats. 704. and §990. Issues any check.001 (1). or a total of $55. MINORS POSSESSING PROHIBITED A. 3.65(1). Stats. The words and terms used in this section shall be defined and construed in conformity with the provisions of Ch.This section shall apply to rental agreements between residential landlords and tenants only. or 2. Adm. Chapter 3 Page 42 of 49 . PROCEDURE . date the tenant actually vacated the premises and testimony that the rent remained unpaid for not less than 5 days after vacating and that the tenant did not notify or attempt to notify the complainant of tenant's new address or that tenant knowingly gave complainant a false address As to an unredeemable payment. D. Wis.and the nonpayment of such rent continues for a period of 5 days after vacation of the premises. 2. 3.. No person under 18 years of age may possess any cigarette or tobacco products. The act of service by a landlord of a legal eviction notice or notice to terminate tenancy shall not in itself act as a bar to prosecution under this section. the written demand for payment of the full amount plus bank charges. where such document lacks sufficient funds. A person under 16 years of age may purchase or possess such products for the sole purpose of resale in the course of employment during his working hours if employed by a retailer licensed under §134. Ch. proof that the tenant received the written demand and testimony that at least 5 days have elapsed since the demand was received and no payment has been made C. date it was due. Prima facie evidence of intention to defraud will be established if a tenant fails within 5 days of a written demand by the landlord or agent to pay in full the total amount of the draft presented as rent payment plus any bank charges to the landlord attributable to the unredeemability of the draft. where the account is closed or where such draft is unredeemable in any other form or fashion. a copy of the subject lease agreement or sworn testimony of the terms of the subject oral lease The amount of rent due. Persons under 18 shall be penalized $25. Stats. Code. the document used for attempting rent payment. B.830 CIGARETTES AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS. C. The name and current address of the tenant. money order or any other form of bank or monetary draft as a payment of rent. AG 134.An officer may issue a citation only when the complainant provides the following: 1. No retailer may place a vending machine within 500' of a school. Wis. Wis. APPLICABILITY . plus costs. Wis.
The Village hereby adopts §146. The penalty for vending machine violations shall be $200.Permission to enter shall be presumed when the area is normally open to the public.70.No person shall enter any building.831 MISUSE OF STATEWIDE EMERGENCY SERVICES NUMBER 911 PROHIBITED . Chapter 3 Page 43 of 49 . C. Any person who intentionally dials the telephone number 911 to report an emergency. 2001. would be extended or renewed or on July 1. TRESPASS TO BUILDINGS. the vending machine operator shall remove the vending machine on the date the agreement expires.832 B. Wis. J. AUTHORITY TO CLIMB .No person shall climb any utility pole within the Village unless that person has been duly authorized by the Village and/or the utility. Permission may be withdrawn by the owner or person in charge. The vending machine is in a place where it is inaccessible to the public when the premises are closed. STRUCTURES OR BUSINESS A. governs or directs the activities within the premises where the vending machine is located shall ensure that an employee of the retailer remains in the immediate vicinity. 2001. H. business or property of another without the permission of the owner or person in charge. whichever occurs first. The vending machine is in a place where it is ordinarily in the immediate vicinity. plus costs. G. No retailer may keep a vending machine in any public place that is open to persons under the age of 16. PRESUMPTION . plain view and control of the vending machine whenever the premises are open. the vending machine operator shall remove the vending machine on the date that the written agreement expires or would be extended or renewed or on July 1. whichever occurs first. plain view and control of an employee. 2001. F. No person shall attempt to remove or remove from any utility pole any 3. Stats. 3.E. shall be fined in accordance to the Village Municipal Bond Schedule. knowing in fact that the situation which he or she reports does not exist. A vending machine operator shall remove all of his vending machines that are located in any place prohibited by this section by July 1. If a written agreement binding on a vending machine operator governs a vending machine that is located in any place prohibited by this section. 2. The person who ultimately controls. PERMISSION REQUIRED . I. If a written agreement binding on a vending machine operator governs the location of his vending machine which is located within 500' of a school. structure. unless all of the following apply: 1.
Any owner.005 of this Code.833 HARBORING MINOR WITHOUT PARENTAL CONSENT . any person who shall violate any provision of this chapter shall be subject to a penalty as provided in §1. In addition to any penalty imposed for violation of this Code adopting §943.035.Village property including but not limited to flags and decorations unless that person has been duly authorized by the Village and/or the utility. PENALTIES . 3. Stats.01(1).Except as otherwise provided herein. tenant or person in control of a residence or other facility shall not allow or permit a child under the age of 18 to loiter.834 Chapter 3 Page 44 of 49 .01(1).. Stats. The parent of any unemancipated minor child who violates this Code adopting §943. may also be held liable for the cost of repairing such damaged or destroyed property in accordance with §895. Wis. Stats. any person who shall cause physical damage to or destroy any public property shall be liable for the costs of replacing or repairing such damaged or destroyed property. guardian or spouse. Wis. 3. Wis. idle or remain in such residence or upon such property without the consent of the child's parent..
Chapter 3 Page 45 of 49 . and any act which is prohibited by any statute or administrative code provision incorporated herein by reference is prohibited by this ordinance. 14 of the Wisconsin Administrative Code.9 FIRE PREVENTION Except as otherwise specifically provided in this Code of Ordinances.3.FIRE PREVENTION ORDINANCE 3. as now enacted and as may be amended hereafter. are hereby adopted and by reference made a part of this ordinance as if fully set forth herein. describing and defining regulations with respect to general hazard fire prevention and for which the penalty is a forfeiture only. including the penalties to be imposed and the procedure for prosecution. Any act required to be performed by any administrative code or statute incorporated herein by reference is required by this ordinance.9 . all provisions of Chapter Comm.
R4. All outdoor devices shall be installed. which is installed. or any part thereof. In the event of a conflict. in which case the manufacturer’s instructions shall apply. R3. Substantive Requirements: All outdoor devices shall be installed. B1. C1 and I1. operated and maintained in strict conformance with the manufacture’s instructions and the regulations promulgated hereunder. the regulations promulgated hereunder shall apply unless the manufacturer’s instructions are stricter than the regulations promulgated hereunder. b). (Solid fuel-fired heating device) means any equipment. 2. SOLID FUEL-FIRED HEATING DEVICES 1. especially that part of such structures extending above a roof. affixed or situated outdoors for the primary purpose of combustion of fuel to produce heat or energy used as a component of a heating system providing heat for any interior space or water source.ORDINANCE 2005-002 3. (Stacks or Chimneys) means any vertical structure enclosing a flue or flues that carry off smoke or exhaust from a solid fuel fired heating devices. R2. b). The following fuels are Strictly prohibited: a.95 SOLID FUEL-FIRED HEATING DEVICES LOCAL ORDINANCE REGULATING THE USE OF SOLID FUEL-FIRED OUTDOOR HEATING DEVICES WITHIN THE VILLAGE LIMITS OF THE VILLAGE OF HOBART. They are allowed only in A1 and A2 zoning districts. R7. All solid fuel devices installed within the Village limits are required to meet emission standards currently required by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Regulations for solid fuel-fired heating devices. B2. ER. The burning of processed wood products and other non-wood Chapter 3 Page 46 of 49 . c). d). operated and maintained pursuant to the following conditions: 1). All solid fuel devices are prohibited in R1. I2 zoning districts. a). Fuel: Fuel shall be only natural untreated wood or wood specifically permitted by the manufacturer. R6. device or apparatus. R5. Emission standards currently required by the EPA are hereby adopted by reference together with any amendments or modifications made to them in the future. A. Definitions a).
Kerosene c. 3). d. e). All existing nonconforming devices upon the compliant of a Village resident shall be removed. 25’ from nearest side or rear property line. or modified to meet the requirements of this ordinance within 45 days of notification of noncompliance from the Village Building Inspector. Existing outdoor solid fuel heating devices: All existing units shall immediately comply with all manufacturer’s specifications and subject to 2. f. maintain or use an outdoor wood furnace in the Village of Hobart without first having obtained a permit from the Village Zoning Administrator on the forms prescribed by such official. Police Department. or fails to remove. erects. Chimney Heights and Fuel Device Location. replace.d)1). replaced. Permits. or other Village officer or agent. 2). 2’ above the highest eve line of any building within 100’. Penalty: Any person who constructs. entitled fuel requirements within 30 days from effective date of this ordinance. 1). Painted wood or treated wood e. 25’ from any structure. c. b. No person shall allow. a. Chapter 3 Page 47 of 49 . Garbage d. 15’ minimum chimney height. Violations: A permit may be suspended in the event the owner fails to comply with this ordinance.00 per day for each day the non-complying unit remains on the premises. Permit fee per schedule. e. 2). b. 100’ from any road. Any other items not specifically allowed by the manufacturer or this provision. or modify any outdoor solid fuel-fired heating devices that does not meet the requirements of this ordinance shall forfeit $25. f).Products. Chimney shall be supported to withstand winds up to 90 miles per hour.
Effective Date: This ordinance shall take effect upon the approval of the Village Board of Hobart and publication. provided that such variation will not have the effect of nullifying the intent and purpose of this local ordinance.3. If any provisions of this local ordinance are held to be unconstitutional or otherwise invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction. 5. the remaining provisions of this local ordinance shall remain in effect. said Village Board may vary the regulations contained herein to afford substantial justice. Severability. Chapter 3 Page 48 of 49 . upon application to the Village Board. 4. Variance: Where the Village finds that extraordinary hardship will occur from the enforcement of this local ordinance.
C. B. No persons shall use motor vehicle brakes within the Village of Hobart. Chapter 3 Page 49 of 49 . It shall be an affirmative defense to prosecution under this section that said compression brakes were applied in an emergency and were necessary for the protection of persons and/or property. which are in any way activated or operated by the compression of the engine of any such motor vehicle or any unit or part thereof.PROHIBITING THE USE OF COMPRESSION BRAKES IN NON-EMERGENCY SITUATIONS A.3.10 . The Village of Hobart Director of Public Works is authorized and directed to post appropriate signs consistent with the provisions of this ordinance. Compression brakes prohibited. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force upon passage and publication. Any person violating the provisions of this ordinance shall have committed a traffic violation and a forfeiture per fee schedule plus court costs shall be imposed.
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