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ORDINANCE 2013-20 Parking Pass Placement

ADOPTED: MAY 28, 2013

AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOROUGH OF POINT PLEASANT BEACH,
COUNTY OF OCEAN AND STATE OF NEW JERSEY, AMENDING
THE PARKING PROGRAMS AS TO PLACEMENT OF PASSES
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BE IT ORDAINED, by the Governing Body of the Borough of Point Pleasant Beach, County of Ocean and State of New Jersey, as follows:

SECTION I. Chapter IX of the Code of the Borough of Point Pleasant Beach, entitled “Traffic,” shall be amended at Section 9-14.3, entitled “Issuance of Parking Pass,” by striking and replacing subsection 9-14.3(d) set forth below as follows:

“9-14.3(d):

The Borough Administrator will issue a non-transferable parking pass, which shall be displayed on the vehicle’s dashboard, driver’s side, in such a manner so that the endorsement sticker may be easily examined by a police officer.”

SECTION II. Chapter IX of the Code of the Borough of Point Pleasant Beach, entitled “Traffic,” shall be amended at Section 9-3.5, entitled “Permit Parking Only Streets,” by striking and replacing subsection 9-3.5(a)2 set forth below as follows:

“ 2. The vehicle has displayed on the vehicle’s dashboard, driver’s side, in such a manner so that the endorsement sticker can be closely examined by an officer, a current residential parking permit.”

SECTION III. Chapter IX of the Code of the Borough of Point Pleasant Beach, entitled “Traffic,” shall be amended at Section 9-16, entitled “Commuter Parking Passes,” set forth below as follows:

“ 9-16 Commuter Parking Passes.

a. No Change.
b. No Change.
c. No Change.
d. Upon payment of the fee and proper completion of the application, the administrator shall issue a placard to serve as the parking pass, which shall be displayed on the vehicle’s dashboard, driver’s side, in such a manner so that the endorsement sticker may be easily examined by a police officer.”
e. No Change
f. No Change”

SECTION IV. Chapter IX of the Code of the Borough of Point Pleasant Beach, entitled “Traffic,” shall be amended at Section 9-17, entitled “Resident Parking Permit Program in Designated Areas,” by striking and replacing subsection 9-17.3 set forth below as follows:

“9-17.3 Parking in the Covered Area.

Parking in the Covered Area in non-metered spaces shall be restricted to those licensed, registered and insured vehicles displaying a valid parking placard between the hours of 12:30 a.m. and 4:00 a.m. beginning May 15th of the calendar year and terminating September 15th of that same calendar year. Placard shall be displayed on the vehicle’s dashboard, driver’s side, in such a manner so that the endorsement sticker may be easily examined by a police officer.”


SECTION V. Chapter X of the Code of the Borough of Point Pleasant Beach, entitled “Parking Meters and Pay Machines,” shall be amended at Section 10-3.3, entitled “Regulations,” by striking and replacing subsections 10-3.2, 10-3.3 and 10-3.4 set forth below as follows:

“10-3.2 Overtime Parking.
No person shall cause a vehicle to be parked or remain in a parking space when the meter or pay ticket indicates that the time for parking has expired, except as provided in 9-14 (Residential Parking Program).

10-3.3 Metered Parking: Deposit of Coin.
No person shall park a vehicle in any parking space with a coin-operated meter during the time that payment of a fee is required without depositing one or more coins representing the required fee in the meter adjoining the space and turning the lever to cause the parking meter to operate, except as provided in 9-14 (Residential Parking Program).
Fees may be paid in coins of any denomination that the meter will accept, but no person shall deposit into a parking meter anything other than lawful coins of the United States of America. No person shall deposit additional coins in a parking meter for the purpose of extending the time of a vehicle beyond the maximum legal parking time.

10-3.4 Pay Machine Parking: Payment of Fee.
No person shall park a vehicle in any parking space that is located in a designated pay machine lot or space without purchasing a pay ticket from a pay mac except as provided in 9-14 (Residential Parking Program).
A pay ticket shall be purchased for a minimum of one-hour parking and for a maximum of 24 hours.”


SECTION VI. Chapter XIV of the Code of the Borough of Point Pleasant Beach, entitled “Streets and Sidewalks,” shall be amended at Section 14-3.5, entitled “Driveway,” set forth below as follows:

“14-3.5 Driveway
Entrances. In addition to the specifications on file, the construction of driveway entrances is subject to the following requirements and restrictions:
a. No change.
b. No change.
c. No change.
d. No change.
e. No change.
f. No change.
g. No change.
h. No change.
1. No change.
2. No change.
3. No change.
4. The driveway surface shall be constructed with an improved material, such as gravel, stone, asphalt or concrete. In the case of a stone or lawn-covered front yard area, the driveway shall be delineated with the use of edging and shall comply with all other provisions of this section. All front yard areas, with the exception of the approved driveway, shall be improved with a permeable or pervious surface. Except where otherwise specifically exempted by the governing body, in no case shall the non-driveway front yard area be used for parking.
(a) Parking may be permitted in the front yard area under certain conditions as approved by the borough administrator. Said conditions shall include, but not be limited to the following: hardship, as a result of a physical handicap of a household member, or as a result of age, pregnancy, or temporary disability; size, shape and location of the property for which the permit is requested; availability and proximity of alternative parking; or other matters affecting the health and safety of the residents of said premises. The governing body of the Borough of Point Pleasant Beach shall have the discretionary authority to issue permanent parking permits for certain properties for which an exemption is granted because of the size, shape and location of the property. The governing body may also review any determination by the borough administrator denying the issuance of a parking permit.
(b) Application for a hardship permit shall be made to the mayor and council and the applicant may be heard at a subsequent council meeting of the governing body.
(c) Upon the granting of permission by the governing body, the residents shall be issued a parking pass shall be displayed on the vehicle’s dashboard, driver’s side, in such a manner so that the endorsement sticker may be easily examined by a police officer.”
(d) The permit shall be good for a 24 month period and shall require renewal thereafter upon the submission of an additional request to the governing body.”


SECTION VII. Chapter IX of the Code of the Borough of Point Pleasant Beach, entitled “Traffic,” shall be amended at Section 9-9A.1, entitled “Commercial Parking Pass,” set forth below as follows:

“9-9A.1 Commercial Parking Pass.

a. No Change
b. An owner or operator of a business establishment registered within the borough may claim up to five commercial parking passes per business establishment. Each commercial parking pass shall be issued for a fee of five hundred ($500.00) dollars per registered commercial vehicle. The commercial parking pass shall not be transferable between business entities nor between vehicles.
(a) No Change
(b) No Change
(c) No Change
(d) The Borough Administrator will issue a placard which shall be displayed on the vehicle’s dashboard, driver’s side, in such a manner so that the endorsement sticker can be closely examined by an officer and which shall identify the license plate number of the commercial vehicle for which the commercial parking pass is registered.
(e) No Change
(f) No Change
(g) No Change
(h) No Change
(i) No Change
(j) No Change
(k) No Change
(l) No Change
c. No Change
d. No Change


SECTION VIII. In the event any section, part or provision of this Ordinance shall be held unconstitutional or invalid by any Court, such holding shall not affect the validity of this Ordinance or any remaining part of this Ordinance other than the part held unconstitutional or invalid.

SECTION IX. All ordinances or parts thereof, which are inconsistent with the provisions
of this Ordinance are hereby repealed to the extent of their inconsistencies.


SECTION X. This Ordinance shall take effect immediately upon its final passage and
publication as required by law.


NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the foregoing Ordinance was introduced and passed on first reading at the regular meeting of the Borough Council of the Borough of Point Pleasant Beach, in the County of Ocean, held on the 7th day of May 2013 and will be considered for second reading and final passage at the regular meeting of said governing body to be held on the 28th day of May 2013 at 7:30 P.M. in the Council Chambers, Borough Hall, 416 New Jersey Avenue, Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey at which time and place a person desiring to be heard will be given opportunity to be heard.



Maryann Ellsworth, RMC
Municipal Clerk


Published May15, 2013 | New Ordinances | 1599


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