Ordonnances Chariot

Pico Rivera, CA

Pico Rivera, CA
Section 9.16.060: Shopping carts--Use restrictions.
a) No person shall use any shopping cart, shopping basket or other similar device for any purpose other than that intended by the owner of such cart, basket or device. (Prior code § 4512(d))
Section 9.16.070: Shopping carts--Removal from premises.
a) No person shall remove any shopping cart, shopping basket or other similar device from the premises or parking area of any business establishment if such shopping cart, basket or device has permanently affixed to it a sign identifying it as belonging to the owner or operator of such business establishment and a notification to the effect that such cart, basket or device is not to be removed from the premises. (Prior code § 4512(a))
Section 9.16.080: Shopping carts--Unlawful possession.
a) No person shall have in his possession any shopping cart, shopping basket or other similar device which has been removed from the premises of any business establishment operated by the owner of such cart, basket or device, and which has permanently affixed to it a sign identifying it as belonging to the operator of a business establishment and a notification to the effect that such cart, basket or device is not to be removed from the premises of such establishment. (Prior code § 4512(c))
Section 9.16.090: Shopping carts-- Conversion to other use.
a) No person shall alter, convert or tamper with any shopping cart, shopping basket or other similar device, or remove any part thereof. (Prior code § 4512(e))
Section 9.16.100: Shopping carts-- Abandonment--Public nuisance.
a) No person shall abandon or leave any shopping cart, shopping basket or other similar device which has been removed from the owner’s premises upon any public street, alley, sidewalk, parkway or other public place, nor upon any private property except that of the owner of such cart, basket or device. Such acts are hereby declared to be a public nuisance and shall be subject to abatement as hereinafter provided. (Prior code § 4512(b))
Section 9.16.110: Shopping carts--Pickup and impoundment.
a) Any shopping cart, shopping basket or other similar device (all referred to in Sections 9.16.060 through 9.16.160 as “shopping cart”) which is abandoned or left upon any public street, alley, sidewalk or other public property, is declared to be a nuisance, and shall be subject to abatement in the manner set forth in Sections 9.16.060 through 9.16.160. (Prior code § 4512(f))
Section 9.16.120: Shopping carts-- Regulations to be posted.
a) In addition to the aforesaid signs affixed to the shopping carts, all business establishments utilizing such shopping carts shall conspicuously post signs at each of their entrances and exits notifying customers of Sections 9.16.060 through 9.16.160 prohibiting the removal of shopping carts from the premises. (Prior code § 4512(g)(part))
Section 9.16.130: Shopping carts-- Abandoned-- Impoundment.
a) Any shopping cart so abandoned or left may be picked up by the city or its duly authorized officer, agent or employee, and impounded at a location set aside therefor by the city. (Prior code § 4512(g)(1))
Section 9.16.140: Shopping carts--Impoundment--Notice.
a) Written or telephonic notice that such cart has been impounded by the city shall be given to the owner identified by the sign upon the shopping cart. Such notice shall state that the shopping cart may be retrieved by the owner at the hours and days specified therein upon the payment of the fees and charges provided for in Section 9.16.150. Such notice shall further provide that the person seeking to retrieve shall provide evidence of authority to act for the owner. (Ord. 882 § 1, 1996: prior code § 4512(g)(2))
Section 9.16.150: Shopping carts --Impoundment--Fee.
a) For each shopping cart so impounded there shall be an impound fee of five dollars. (Ord. 882 § 1, 1996: prior code § 4512(g)(3))
Section 9.16.160: Shopping carts--Sale authorized when.
a) If within fifteen days from the date of the written notice provided for in Section 9.16.140, the owner of such shopping cart has not claimed the same and paid the fees prescribed for the impounding and storage of such shopping cart, such shopping carts may be disposed of by the city as follows:
1) To the highest bidder, as determined pursuant to annual sealed bids submitted to the city in accordance with the procedures established by the city for receiving such bids; or
2) If no bid has been received for the purchase of such shopping carts, then any shopping cart which has not been claimed within the time prescribed in Sections 9.16.060 through 9.16.160 may be disposed of by the city in such manner as the city may deem advisable.
b) At the time of the sale, each such shopping cart shall be sold to the highest bidder for cash, but the city shall have the right to refuse any bid for less than the minimum sales price. In the event the sales price of any such shopping cart exceeds the minimum sales price, the excess over and above the minimum sale price shall be paid to the business establishment whose sign was affixed to such shopping cart at the time of impoundment, if a claim therefor is made by the owner within ten days from the date of the sale; otherwise such excess shall be paid into the general fund of the city.
c) Each such sale made by the city shall be without any express or implied warranty, guaranty or representation as to title, mechanical condition, quality or fitness for any purpose or use. (Ord. 882 § 3, 1996: prior code § 4512(g)(4)--(6))

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