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File #: 191839    Version:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 3/3/2020 In control: COMMON COUNCIL
On agenda: Final action: 3/24/2020
Effective date: 4/11/2020    
Title: A substitute ordinance relating to residential daytime parking privilege permits.
Sponsors: ALD. KOVAC
Indexes: PARKING PERMITS
Number
191839
Version
SUBSTITUTE 1
Reference

Sponsor
ALD. KOVAC
Title
A substitute ordinance relating to residential daytime parking privilege permits.
Section
101-27.5-1 am
101-27.5-2-a am
101-27.5-2-b am
101-27.5-2-c am
101-27.5-3 rc
101-27.5-4 rc
101-27.5-6 am
101-27.5-7 am
101-27.5-9 am
101-27.5-10 rp
101-27.7-7 am
101-27.7-8-b-1 rc
101-27.7-8-b-3 am
101-27.7-8-c am
101-27.7-11-c-1 am
101-27.7-12-b am
101-27.7-12-c am
Analysis
This ordinance makes various revisions to the regulations and procedures for 2 types of residential daytime parking privilege permits (nonconforming residential use and commuter parking impacted area). These revisions include:

1. Application for a permit shall be made by means approved by the commissioner of public works, rather than to the police department. The department of public works, rather than the police department, shall also be responsible for reviewing permit applications and determining compliance with eligibility requirements.

2. At the sole discretion of the commissioner of public works, a permit holder may be issued either a physical permit to be displayed on the vehicle named in the permit application or a paperless permit solely held by and on file with the department of public works.

3. Additional means of proof of residency for a residential daytime parking privilege permit for a commuter parking impacted area are provided, namely a valid Wisconsin driver’s license and a utility bill with the same address stated on the application, or a valid Wisconsin driver’s license and another form of identification which verifies residency which is approved by the commissioner of public works.

4. The proof of applicant residency requirements for a residential daytime parking privilege permit for a nonconforming residential use is changed from requiring a sworn affidavit, to be consistent with the requirements for proof of residency for a residential daytime parking permit for a commuter parkin...

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