Ordinances

                                                 Town of Campobello
                                                    Code of Ordinances
Effective April 7, 2003

Table of Contents

Chapter 1.    Charter & Code

Chapter 2.    Administration

Chapter 3.    Animals

Chapter 4.    Beautification

Chapter 5.    Buildings & Code

Chapter 6.   Reserved

Chapter 7.    Court

Chapter 8. Financial Administration and Taxation

Chapter 9. Fire Department And Prevention

Chapter 10.  Health & Sanitation

Chapter 11.  Parks & Playgrounds

Chapter 12.  Police Department

Chapter 13.  Public Peace-Offenses

Chapter 14.  Yard and/or Garage Sales

Chapter 15.  Soliciting, Postings, and Advertising

Chapter 16.  Streets & Sidewalks

Chapter 17.  Public Utilities

Chapter 18.  Vehicles-Traffic

Chapter 16. Streets & Sidewalks

CHAPTER 16.  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

ARTICLE I. IN GENERAL

16.101.        Control Over Maintenance and Construction.
16.102.        Sidewalks.  Adjacent Property Owners to Keep Clear.
16.103.        Same. Parking Prohibited. Exceptions.
16.104.        Streets. Names. Changes Prohibited
16.105.        Maintenance of New Streets
16.106.        Survey Markers Required for New Streets
16.107.        Garage Sales

ARTICLE II. UNLAWFUL ACTS

16.201.        Obstructions Prohibited. Permission Required for Exceptions.
16.202.        Same. Protection by Barricades, Lights.
16.203.        Dangerous Substances on Streets and Sidewalks.
16.204.        Merchandise on Sidewalks.
16.205.        Garbage, Other Solid Waste, Trash, Offensive Matter.
16.206.        Tree Waste. Removal.
16.207.        Depositing on Streets, Sidewalks and Drains Prohibited.
16.208.        Damaging Public Property.
16.209.        Burning on Streets Prohibited.
16.210.        Advertising Matter. Painting, Printing on Sidewalks, etc.
16.211.        Curbing. Breaking, Destroying Prohibited; Permission Required, Entrance to Property.
16.212.        Draining Water, Other Liquids Onto Streets or Sidewalks Prohibited. Sprinkling.
16.213.        Lots Draining Toward Sidewalk.
16.214.        Obstruction of Drains, Ditches, Water Courses, etc.
16.215.        Doors and Gates Opening onto Sidewalks.
16.216.        Speaking, Exhibiting, Entertaining on Streets.
16.217.        Awnings.
16.218.        Fences. Repairs.
16.219.        Games in Streets.
16.220.        Roller Skating. Roller Blading.
16.221.        Obstructions to Vision at Street Intersections.
16.222.        Same. Removal.
16.223.        Same. Town may Remove. Owner to Pay Costs.
16.224.        Street Lights. Breaking. Removing.

ARTICLE III. EXCAVATIONS

16.301.        Permission Required. Bond Required.
16.302.        To be Restored.
16.303.        Failure.
16.304.        Danger Signals Required. Lights Required.
16.305.        Same. Removal.

ARTICLE IV. LITTERING

16.401.        Prohibited.
16.402.        Duty of Business Owners, Occupants.
16.403.        Duty of Customer.

ARTICLE V. PENALTIES

16.501.   Penalty.

CHAPTER 16. STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

Editor’s Note. This article derives from portions of Title 5, Chapter 27 of the 1976 South Carolina Code of Laws;
and generally accepted municipal practices. (See §5.301, this code, for house numbering.)

ARTICLE I. IN GENERAL

16.101.   CONTROL OVER MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION.

a.        The Council shall approve the maintenance of streets.

b.        This section shall not apply to streets under the supervision and control of SCDOT or Spartanburg
County.

16.102.        SIDEWALKS. ADJACENT PROPERTY OWNERS TO KEEP CLEAR.

It shall be the duty of all owners of real estate within the corporate limits to keep the sidewalks adjoining their
real estate clear and free from grass, weeds, trash and garbage. Sidewalks shall be cleared and the grass and
weeds cut and removed.

16.103.        SAME. PARKING PROHIBITED. EXCEPTIONS.

a.        No vehicles shall be parked on any sidewalk.

b.        Exceptions may be made when it is necessary to avoid traffic or when directed by a police officer or a
traffic control device.
(1976 SC Code 56-5-2530)

16.104.        STREETS. NAMES. CHANGES PROHIBITED.

a.        No person shall name any currently unnamed street or change the name of any existing street except by
authority of the Council.

b.        It shall be unlawful for any person to lay out any new street within the municipality without first procuring
from the Council approval of the names to be assigned to such new street.

16.105.        MAINTENANCE OF NEW STREETS.

a.        When any application is made to the Council to assume the maintenance of any proposed new street,
the following requirements shall be complied with:
b.        The right-of-way shall be furnished with a minimum width of sixty (60) feet.

c.        Plans and profiles for the proposed street shall be submitted to the Council for review and approval.

d.        When plans and profiles are approved by the Council, the applicant shall cause the street to be
constructed to line and grade, the necessary drainage structures installed and adequate inlet and outlet
ditches constructed in a manner approved by Council. The approved construction plans shall be submitted to
the Council at the time the request to accept the street for maintenance is made.

16.106.        SURVEY MARKERS REQUIRED FOR NEW STREETS.

In order to avoid disputes which may arise concerning the boundaries of the streets of the town, any person
conveying or dedicating any street to the town shall be required, either before or at the time of such dedication,
to conduct a survey of said street by a registered land surveyor. A permanent survey marker shall be erected
on each corner of said street at the point where it intersects with any other street.

16.107.        GARAGE SALES.

All garage sales and yard sales in the town shall comply with the following regulations:

1.        It shall be unlawful for any person to have a yard sale unless he owns property within the corporate limits
and then only on his property, without obtaining a permit from the Town Clerk.

2.        It shall be unlawful for any person, not a resident of the town, to have a yard sale within the town limits,
unless a property owner gives permission but then only on that person’s property.

ARTICLE II. UNLAWFUL ACTS

Editor’s Note. This article derives from the 1976 South Carolina Code of Laws; and generally accepted
municipal practices and appropriate state statutes.

16.201.        OBSTRUCTIONS PROHIBITED. PERMISSION REQUIRED FOR EXCEPTIONS.

a.        It shall be unlawful for any person to interfere with, blockade or obstruct any pavements, walks, streets
or paths in the city by placing or allowing to remain thereon any obstruction whatsoever in any manner as to
create a hazard.

b.        It shall be unlawful for any person to place any obstruction upon or cause to be obstructed in any
manner any street, sidewalk or public way or part thereof, so as to render the passage of persons, vehicles or
other travel thereon difficult, inconvenient, dangerous or impossible.

c.        It shall be unlawful to obstruct or blockade any street, highway, public road or traveled place, or any part
thereof, by placing or allowing to remain thereon any vehicle not in actual or immediate use, or any other
article. This shall include building materials or any other obstruction whatsoever; provided that nothing herein
contained shall deprive any person who may be in the process of construction, of the use of a number of feet,
not exceeding twenty (20) feet.

d.        Any person building houses or other structures within the town may obtain from the Town Clerk
permission for a partial and temporary use of the streets for building purposes.

e.        No permission shall be granted for the placing of a permanent obstruction on any street, highway or
other public place.

f.        Any obstruction placed on any street, sidewalk or highway in violation of this section may be removed by
police officers of the town or under their supervision.

g.        This section shall not apply to any employee of the municipality, county, state or public utility while such
employee is immediately and actively engaged in the maintenance, improvement or construction a of street,
sidewalk, public way or utilities.

16.202.        SAME. PROTECTION BY BARRICADES, LIGHTS.

While the obstructions provided for in this article remain on any street, sidewalk, highway or other public place,
suitable safeguards by day and by night shall be maintained by the contractor, owner or person in charge of
the work, for the protection of the public, by roping off, using lanterns and other proper means.

16.203.        DANGEROUS SUBSTANCES ON STREETS OR SIDEWALKS.

It shall be unlawful for any person to throw or place on any street or sidewalk any glass in any shape or form,
tin cans, nails, brick, pieces of iron, sticks or any other substance likely to injure any person, animal or vehicle
thereon.
(1976 SC Code §57-7~20)

16.204.        MERCHANDISE ON SIDEWALKS.

It shall be unlawful for any merchant to display merchandise on the streets or sidewalks subject to approval by
the Council, it being the intent of the Council that the flow of traffic shall be unhindered by any display of
merchandise.

16.205.        GARBAGE OTHER SOLID WASTE,TRASH,OFFENSIVE MATTER.

It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to throw or cause to be thrown any garbage, other solid waste,
trash or other offensive matter onto any sidewalk, street, lot or public place.

16.206.        TREE WASTE. REMOVAL.

It shall be unlawful for any person trimming trees, on or over any street or sidewalk, to fail to remove promptly
any branches, limbs or other waste caused by such cutting, trimming or digging.

16.207.        DEPOSITING ON STREETS, SIDEWALKS AND DRAINS PROHIBITED.

a.        It shall be unlawful for any person to deposit, discard, dump, sweep or place any trash, garbage or
matter or substance of any kind likely to cause injury to any person, animal or vehicle onto streets or sidewalks.
b. This section shall apply to obstruction of any storm drain
or ditches.

16.208.        DAMAGING PUBLIC PROPERTY.

a.        It shall be unlawful for any person to damage, mutilate or deface any public property within the corporate
limits.
b.        This section shall prohibit the erection of anything on public property, without permission of the Council.

16.209.        BURNING ON STREETS PROHIBITED.

It shall be unlawful for any person to burn any trash, garbage, leaves or refuse matter on the streets and
sidewalks.

16.210.        ADVERTISING MATTER, PAINTING, PRINTING SIDEWALKS, ETC.

No person shall print, paint or in any other way deface the sidewalks, streets, or other public property of the
town for advertising or other purposes; provided however, that nothing herein contained shall be construed to
prohibit SCDOT, the Police Department or any other department of the town from marking the sidewalks or
streets for the purpose of controlling traffic or for any other town purpose.

16.211.      CURBING. BREAKING, DESTROYING PROHIBITED: PERMISSION REQUIRED. ENTRANCE TO
PROPERTY.

It shall be unlawful for any person to break or destroy the curbing of any street, deface the same or to construct
any entrance into property
on any paved streets, unless such person shall have first obtained permission therefore,

16.212. DRAINING WATER. OTHER LIQUIDS ONTO STREETS OR SIDEWALKS PROHIBITED. SPRINKLING.

a.        It shall be unlawful for any person to place, or cause to be deposited any slops, or decayed matter of
any kind, from any store or residence or other building so that the same shall fall or flow upon any part of any
street or sidewalk. This section shall include dish or foul water from a pit, sink, pipe, gutter or drain leading to a
public street.

b.        It shall be unlawful for any person to build, construct, erect or maintain a house or building of any
description in such manner that rain water may flow from the roof, eaves, cornices, gutters or other part
thereof, down any sidewalk or street so as to cause holes, depressions, unevenness, gullies or other defect or
damage to such sidewalk or street.
(1976 SC Code 5-7-30)

16.213.        LOTS DRAINING TOWARD SIDEWALK.

When required by the Council, every person owning any lot which drains toward a sidewalk, shall provide such
suitable and proper drainage under such sidewalk as will deliver the gutter and drainage water from such lot to
the drainage system of the adjoining streets.
(1976 SC Code §5-7-30)

16.214.        OBSTRUCTION OF DRAINS, DITCHES, WATER COURSES. ETC.

It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to obstruct, or cause to be obstructed, any drains, ditches or
water courses within the corporate limits. Every person owning, controlling or in possession of land, through
which or through part of which a stream, ditch, gully or any natural drain runs, shall keep the bed of same free
from obstructions. They shall not allow any growth of weeds or shrubbery on or along the banks thereof which
will prevent sunlight from entering therein. When overflows or floods form pools or “back waters” therein, they
shall be promptly drained.

16.215.        DOORS AND GATES OPENING ONTO SIDEWALKS.

It shall be unlawful for any person or corporation to maintain any door or gate upon his premises so as to swing
across or into any sidewalk or street.
(1976 SC Code §5-7-30)

16.216.        SPEAKING. EXHIBITING, ENTERTAINING ON STREETS.

No preaching, lecturing or speaking, exhibition or entertainment of any nature will be permitted on the streets,
sidewalks or public ways of the town, unless the Chief of Police has been informed.

16.217.   AWNINGS.

It shall be unlawful for any person to allow awnings to hang nearer to the surface of the sidewalk than seven (7)
feet.

16.218.   FENCES. REPAIRS.

It shall be unlawful for the owner or owners of lands, or lots of lands, within the corporate limits, to fail to keep in
good repair the fences on same, which are adjacent to any street or alley. All dilapidated fences adjacent to
streets or alleys are hereby declared a nuisance and may be removed by the town.

16.219.        GAMES IN STREETS.

It shall be unlawful for any person to play football, baseball, basketball or other games in and upon any street,
park or other public place in the town, except in the places provided therefore.

16.220.        ROLLER SKATING. ROLLER BLADING.

a.        It shall be unlawful for any person to skate on or to use roller skates or roller blades on the streets or
sidewalks of the town; provided, however, that children may skate on the sidewalk within the block in which they
reside, but they shall not cross the street.

b.        It shall be unlawful for anyone to ride a bicycle, tricycle, coaster, skateboard, roller skates, scooter or
any other wheeled conveyance on a sidewalk in any area of the town zoned General Commercial District (C) or
General Business District (C-I), except for the purpose of crossing the same when necessary; provided,
however, that this section shall not apply to wheelchairs or other similar devices used by handicapped persons.
(See also §18.213, this code for other prohibitions.)

16.221.        OBSTRUCTIONS TO VISION AT STREET INTERSECTIONS.

On corner lots there shall be no obstruction to vision between a height of two (2) feet and a height of ten (10)
feet measured above the average elevation of the existing surfaces of the intersecting streets at their center
lines, within the area formed by joining points on the property lines, measured as follows:

1.        On property lines abutting streets fifty (50) feet or less in right-of-way width, the points on the property
lines shall be not less than twenty-five (25) feet from the lot corner.

2.        On property lines abutting streets more than fifty (50) feet in right-of-way width, the points on the
property lines shall be fifty (50) feet from the lot corner.

16.222.        SAME. REMOVAL.

Whenever it shall be determined by the Council that there exists on any privately owned property, located at
any street intersection, any tree, bush, shrubbery, plant, fence or other obstruction which obstructs the view of
pedestrians or vehicular traffic, interferes with the safe and orderly movement of traffic or creates a dangerous
condition, the owner or occupant of such property shall, within ten (10) days after official written notice, remove
such obstruction.

16.223.        SAME. CITY MAY REMOVE. OWNER. TO PAY COSTS.

If any such property owner shall fail or refuse to remove any such obstruction, after written notice to do so, as
provided above, the costs of such removal shall be charged to the property owner. It shall be a lien on such
property and shall be added to and payable with the taxes on such property.

16.224.        STREET LIGHTS. BREAKING, REMOVING.

It shall be unlawful for any person to break any lamp or electric light or to remove any electric light bulb or
otherwise tamper with street lights.

ARTICLE III. EXCAVATIONS

Editors Note. This article derives from appropriate state statutes and generally accepted municipal practices.

16.301.        PERMISSION REQUIRED. BOND REQUIRED.

a.        It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to cut or excavate a street or sidewalk in the
corporate limits without having first obtained permission therefore from the town or SCDOT, except in a bona
fide emergency situation.
(1976 SC Code §5-7-30)

b.        Before permission shall be granted for the opening or cutting of any street or sidewalk in the town, the
person making application may be required to deposit with the town, a cash bond in a sum as may be estimated
by the Council to insure the maintenance of lights and barricades during the period of construction work, the
refilling of the opening and the replacing thereof.

16.302.        TO BE RESTORED.

Any such cut or excavation shall be restored according to the standards of SCDOT within a period of twenty-
four (24) hours. Upon request, special consideration may be granted by the town or SCDOT due to extreme
weather conditions.

16.303.        FAILURE.

In the event that said repair should sink or give away within one (1) year, it promptly shall be repaired by the
person, firm, or corporation making the original cut or excavation within seventy-two (72) hours of being notified
by the town and/or SCDOT.

16.304.        DANGER SIGNALS REQUIRED. LIGHTS REQUIRED.

a.        It shall be unlawful for any person to allow any trench, ditch or excavation in any street, sidewalk or
public place to remain open without a sufficient number of lights or other safety devices properly displayed
around same as danger signals to prevent accidents to persons or property.

b.        Adequate lights shall be displayed at night.

16.305.        SAME. REMOVAL.

It shall be unlawful for any person to remove or extinguish any warning device or light which may be placed as a
signal during daylight hours, or at night, to warn persons of danger from ditches, trenches, building materials,
scaffolds, excavations, impediments or obstacles of any description whatsoever.

ARTICLE IV.   LITTERING

Editors Note. This article derives from generally accepted municipal practices.

16.401.        PROHIBITED.

It shall be unlawful for any person to throw, drop, cast or deposit upon any street, alley, sidewalk or any yard or
premises, public or private, any filth of any kind, or cans, paper, trash, paper containers, rubbish, bottles or any
other form of litter or waste matter.

16.402.        DUTY OF BUSINESS OWNERS, OCCUPANTS.

a.        The owner or occupant of any store or other place of business situated within the town shall exercise
reasonable diligence at all times to keep his premises clear of wastepaper, wrapping paper, paper napkins,
cartons, package containers and other used or waste material thrown or left on said premises by his customers,
and to take reasonable measures to prevent same from drifting or blowing to adjoining premises.

b.        Receptacles of sufficient size and number shall be placed on the premises accessible to the customers
of such business where the above referred to articles of waste may be disposed of.

c.        Each and every business establishment shall place upon its premises in a conspicuous place or places
in close proximity to the receptacle or receptacles above referred to, a sign or signs which shall, in essence,
convey to its customers a request that they use such receptacles for the disposal of waste material.

16.403.        DUTY OF CUSTOMER.

It shall be unlawful for any customer going upon the premises of another to, in any manner, dispose of
wastepaper, wrapping paper, paper napkins, cartons, package containers and other used or waste materials
except in receptacles provided for such purposes.

ARTICLE V.   PENALTIES

16.501        PENALTIES

The violation of any provisions of this chapter shall constitute a misdemeanor, punishable by the Municipal
Court.
(1976 SC Code §5-7-30, §14-25-65)

Chapter 15. Soliciting, Postings, and Advertising

CHAPTER 15. SOLICITING. POSTINGS. ADVERTISING

ARTICLE I. SOLICITING

15.101.             Types Prohibited.
15.102.                 Use of Streets for Sales and Distribution Prohibited.
15.103.                Appeals.

ARTICLE II. POSTINGS, SIGNS, BANNERS, ETC.

15.201.          Public and Private Property. Political Signs, etc.
15.202.            Handbills and Placards. Placement. Application.
15.203.                Municipal or State Signs.

ARTICLE III. ADVERTISING NOISES

15.301.                Loudspeakers, Musical Instruments for Advertising Purposes.
15.302.                Noise Making for Other Purposes.
15.303.                Same. Church Bells Excepted.

ARTICLE IV. PENALTIES

15.401.                 Penalty.

CHAPTER 15. SOLICITING. POSTINGS. ADVERTISING

Editor’s Note. This article derives from generally accepted municipal practices.

ARTICLE I. SOLICITING

15.101.   TYPES PROHIBITED.

Unless approved by the Council, it shall be unlawful:

1.        For the operator, owner or manager of any rooming, boarding or lodging house, restaurant, cafe, tea
room, lunch room or storage garage, hereafter called establishment, to employ or use any person or persons
to solicit patrons therefore, by going upon the streets and accosting pedestrians or occupants of vehicles,
either verbally or by means of signs or any other device whatsoever, and

2.        For any person acting as agent of any said establishment to accost pedestrians or occupants of motor
vehicles upon the streets, either verbally, by means of signs or any other device whatsoever, to solicit such
persons to become occupants or patrons thereof.

15.102.           USE OF STREETS FOR SALES AND DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED.

It shall be unlawful for any person or group of persons to sell, solicit sales or offer for distribution any
merchandise, publication, handbill or pamphlet while such person is standing in the street, areas reserved for
parking spaces, the areas reserved for loading and/or unloading or to enter any of said areas for the purpose
of sale and/or delivery of any said items.

15.103.        APPEALS.

Appeals shall be made to the Council.

ARTICLE II. POSTINGS, SIGNS, BANNERS, ETC.

Editor’s Note. This article derives from generally accepted municipal practices.

15.201.         PUBLIC AND PRIVATE PROPERTY. POLITICAL SIGNS, ETC.

a.        It shall be unlawful to place any advertisement, notice or sign of any nature on public property within the
corporate limits, without prior approval of the Council, or on any private property without prior approval of the
owner thereof.

b.        The above shall include a banner, canvas, placard, picture, paper, circular, printed matter or any other
similar means or device whatsoever.

c.        It shall be unlawful to post political signs of any nature on public property including, but not limited to,
power poles, telephone poles, street signs, etc.

15.202.   HANDBILLS AND PLACARDS. PLACEMENT. APPLICATION.

a.        Except as otherwise authorized, no handbill or placard shall be distributed within the corporate limits,
unless it is deposited in a secure place where the wind will not blow it away.

b.        The placing of a handbill or placard under a windshield wiper of a motor vehicle shall not be construed
as a deposit of same in a secure place. Delivery to person(s) in a vehicle shall be permitted.

c.        Application for permit to distribute advertising matter shall be made to the Town Clerk.

15.203.         MUNICIPAL OR STATE SIGNS.

It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to remove, tear down, deface or destroy any sign erected
by municipal or state authorities.

ARTICLE III. ADVERTISING NOISES

Editor’s Note. This article derives from generally accepted municipal practices. (See §14.510, this code, for
unreasonable noises.)

15.301.           LOUDSPEAKERS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR ADVERTISING PURPOSES.

a.        It shall be unlawful for any person to maintain and operate in any building or on any premises any radio
device or mechanical musical instrument or device of any kind whereby the sound therefrom is cast directly
upon the public streets and places in a manner as to create unreasonably loud, excessive and disturbing noise.

b.        This shall include any device which is or may be maintained and operated for advertising purposes or
for the purpose of attracting the attention of the passing public.

c.        Also, any device so placed and operated that the sounds coming therefrom can be heard to the
annoyance or inconvenience of travelers upon any street or public place or of persons in neighboring premises.

d.        A permit therefore shall be obtained from the Council.

15.302.         NOISE MAKING FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

a.        It shall be unlawful for any person to make any noise upon a public street or in proximity thereto as to be
distinctly and loudly audible upon the street by any kind.

b.        This shall include, but not be limited to, crying, calling or shouting, or any whistle, rattle, bell, gong,
clapper, horn, hammer, drum, musical instrument or other device for any purpose of attracting attention or of
inviting patronage of any persons to any business whatsoever.

15.303.         SAME. CHURCH BELLS EXCEPTED.

This article shall not apply to the ringing of church bells by established places of worship.

ARTICLE IV. PENALTIES

15.401.  PENALTY.

Any violation of this chapter shall be deemed a misdemeanor, punishable by the Municipal Court.
(1976 SC Code §5-7-30, §14-25-65)

Chapter 14. Yard and/or Garage Sales

Chapter 14.   Yard and/or Garage Sales

14.101        Purpose
14.102        Definitions
14.103        Property Permitted to be Sold
14.104        Permitted Number of Yard Sales Per Year
14.105        Hours of Operation
14.106        Notification
14.107        Display of Property For Sale
14.108        Parking
14.109        Duty to Remove Goods From View
14.110        Responsibilities
14.111        Signs
14.112        Inspections
14.113        Exemptions
14.114        Enforcement; complaints
14.115        Separate Offenses
14.116        Penalties

14.101        PURPOSE

These Rules and regulations are designed to control and restrict garage and yard sales in order to protect the
public health, safety and convenience and to restrict such sales to casual and/or occasional occurrences only.
The intent of this chapter is to eliminate perpetual, prolonged and extended garage and yard sales within the
jurisdiction of the Town of Campobello.  The provisions of this chapter arise from the need to limit, regulate and
control garage and yard sales.

14.102        DEFINITIONS

As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:

Yard /Garage Sale
A.        The sale or offering for sale of new, used or secondhand items of personal property at any one (1)
residential premises at any one (1) time.
B.        Includes all sales in residential areas entitled “garage sale”, “yard sale”, “tag sale”, “porch sale”, “lawn
sale”, “attic sale”, “basement sale”, “rummage sale”, or any similar casual sale of tangible personal property.

Goods
Any goods, warehouse merchandise or other personal property capable of being the object of a sale regulated
hereunder.

Residential
Any dwelling or structure that is used as a single family dwelling rather than for business or commercial
purposes.

Municipality
All residential dwellings located within any type of zone, zoned area, zoning district, whether or not said areas or
zones are residential, business, commercial or otherwise, within the geographic boundaries of the Town of
Campobello.

Persons
Individuals, partnerships, family groups, voluntary associations and corporations.

Personal Property
Property which is owned, utilized and maintained by an individual or members of the residence and acquired in
the normal course of living in or maintaining residence.  It does not include merchandise which was purchased
for resale or obtained on consignment.

14.103        PROPERTY PERMITTED TO BE SOLD

Property which is owned, utilized and maintained by an individual or members of the residence and acquired in
the normal course of living in or maintaining residence.  It does not include merchandise which was purchased
for resale or obtained on consignment.
It shall be unlawful for any individual to sell or offer for sale, under the authority granted by this chapter
property other than personal property or handmade items.

14.104        PERMITTED NUMBER OF YARD SALES PER MONTH

It shall be unlawful for any resident and/or family household to conduct more than two (2) yard sales during any
one (1) calendar month.  If members of more than one residence and or family household join in the operation
of a garage sale, it shall be considered as a garage sale for each and all such residences and/or family
households.

14.105        HOURS OF OPERATION

Such yard/garage sales shall be limited in time to no more than the daylight hours of two consecutive days.

14.106        NOTIFICATION

Persons planning to hold a yard/garage sale shall notify the proper town officials of the location and date.

14.107        DISPLAY OF PROPERTY FOR SALE

Personal property offered for sale may be displayed within the residence, in a garage, in a carport or in a yard,
but only such areas.  No personal property offered for sale shall be displayed in any public right of way.

14.108        PARKING; TEMPORARY CONTROLS

All parking of vehicles shall be conducted in compliance with all applicable laws and ordinances.  Further, the
Police Department may enforce such temporary controls to alleviate any special hazards and/or congestion
created by any yard/garage sale.

14.109        DUTY TO REMOVE GOODS FROM VIEW

It shall be the duty and obligation of any person conducting a yard sale or garage sale defined herein to
remove all articles and goods offered for sale, from the public view, by sundown on the last day said sale is
held.  In no event shall any yard sale or garage sale be conducted for more than two consecutive days.

14.110        RESPONSIBILITIES

The individual(s), owner(s) or tenant(s) of the premises on which such sale or activity is conducted shall be
jointly and severally responsible for the maintenance of good order and decorum on the premises during all
hours of such sale or activity.  No such individual(s) shall permit any loud or boisterous conduct on said
premises nor permit vehicles to impede the passage of traffic on any roads, streets or sidewalks in the area of
such premises.  All such individuals shall obey the reasonable orders of any member of the Police or Fire
Department of the Town of Campobello in order to maintain the public health, safety and welfare.

14.111        SIGNS

A.        Signs Permitted.  Only the following specified signs maybe displayed in relation to a pending
yard/garage sale:
1.        Two (2) signs permitted.  Two (2) signs of not more than four (4) square feet each shall be permitted on
the property of the residence where the yard/garage sale is being conducted.
2.        Two (2) directional signs permitted.  Two (2) signs of not more than two (2) square feet each are
permitted, provided that the premises upon which the yard/garage sale is conducted has given permission to
erect such signs on their property.
3.        All signs placed on the right of way of any thoroughfare, light pole, driveway or intersection must not
interfere with the view of motorists and pedestrians or impede the safe flow of traffic.

B.        Time limitations.  No sign or other form of advertisement shall be exhibited for
more than twelve (12) hours prior to the commencement of such a sale.

C.        Removal of Signs.  All signs must be removed immediately upon the conclusion
of the sale.

14.112        INSPECTIONS – ARREST AUTHORITY OF INSPECTOR

A Campobello Police Officer , or any other official designated by the Police Chief, shall have the right of entry
upon any premises showing evidence of a yard sale or garage sale, for the purpose of enforcement of the
Ordinance and shall make inspections to enforce the same and shall have the right to issue citations for
violations of this Ordinance.

14.113        EXEMPTIONS

A.        Persons selling goods pursuant to an order or process of a court of competent jurisdiction.
B.        Persons acting in accordance with their powers and duties as public officials.
C.        Any sale conducted by any merchant or other business establishment from or at a place of business
having a current Town of Campobello Business License permitted by Zoning Ordinances not otherwise
prohibited in other ordinances.
D.        Any bona fide charitable, educational, cultural, or governmental institution or organization, when the
proceeds from the sale are used directly for the organization’s charitable purposes and the good or articles are
not sold on consignment basis.

14.114        ENFORCEMENT; COMPLAINTS

A.        This chapter shall be enforced by the Campobello Police Department, and it shall be its duty to
investigate and prosecute any violation of this chapter.
B.        If, after an investigation, a violation is found to exist, the Police Department shall prosecute a complaint
before Campobello Magistrate Court pursuant to the provisions of this chapter.

14.115        SEPARATE OFFENSES

Every article sold and every day a sale is conducted in violation of this chapter shall constitute a separate
offense.

14.116        PENALTIES

Any person found guilty of violating the terms of this chapter shall be fined not less than $50.00 nor more than
$400.00 plus all fees and assessments for each offense and/or be imprisoned up to 20 consecutive days.