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Mon Jun 01 2020 13:08
... (b) Failure to Disperse. Where three or more persons are engaged in a course of disorderly conduct in a public place which causes or may reasonably be expected to cause substantial harm or serious inconvenience, annoyance or alarm and a police officer or other person authorized to enforce ordinances has ordered the participants and other persons in the immediate vicinity to disperse, no person shall refuse or knowingly fail to obey such an order. ...
- anonymous161
Sun May 31 2020 21:20
... (2) Failure to Disperse. Where three or more persons are engaged in a course of disorderly conduct in a public place of assembly, restaurant/entertainment districts or city permitted festivals or parades which causes or may reasonably be expected to cause substantial harm or serious inconvenience, annoyance or alarm and a police officer or other person authorized to enforce ordinances has ordered the participants and other persons in the immediate vicinity to disperse, no person shall refuse or knowingly fail to obey such an order. ...
- anonymous310
Fri May 29 2020 20:34
... (o) Burglary of a dwelling as provided in Sections 97-17-23 and 97-17-37; ...
- anonymous4fe
Fri May 29 2020 12:26
... (1) No person shall use a skateboard on public property unless use of a skateboard on such property is authorized by regulation, ordinance or statute, or is otherwise authorized by the governmental agency, department or commission responsible for such property. ...
- anonymousd65
Fri May 29 2020 09:40
... (2) after stopping, may proceed when the intersection can be safely entered without interference or collision with traffic using a different street or roadway. ...
- anonymous12c
Thu May 28 2020 21:13
... Decks are prohibited in required side yards. ...
- anonymous10f
Thu May 28 2020 12:52
... (D) The court shall not impose a license suspension for a first violation of this section or if more than three years have passed since the offender's last violation of this section or a substantially equivalent municipal ordinance. ...
- anonymous354
Thu May 28 2020 12:52
... (D) The court shall not impose a license suspension for a first violation of this section or if more than three years have passed since the offender's last violation of this section or a substantially equivalent municipal ordinance. ...
- anonymousa60
Thu May 28 2020 02:52
... e. Child endangerment subject to penalty under section 726.6, subsection 6. ...
- anonymoused6
Wed May 27 2020 22:51
... (.i) Garages and carports which are attached to the principal building shall be governed by the same setback and yard provisions as the building itself. ...
- anonymousd45