AN ACT TO AMEND THE CHARTER OF THE TOWN OF ELON TO AUTHORIZE THE TOWN TO ADOPT AND ENFORCE ORDINANCES RELATING TO PARKING. SL 2019-104. Enacted July 10, 2019. Effective July 10, 2019.
Summary date: Jul 11 2019 - More information
Summary date: May 22 2019 - More information
House committee substitute to the 1st edition makes the following changes.
Modifies proposed Article VI in the Elon town charter, SL 1985-109, now allowing the board of aldermen to provide by ordinance that each 24-hour period a vehicle remains illegally parked in the same on-street parking space is a separate offense that can be ticketed (previously that each hour a vehicle is illegally parked in an on-street parking space is a separate offense).
Summary date: Feb 26 2019 - More information
Amends the Elon town charter, SL 1985-109, by adding new Article VI allowing the board of aldermen to provide by ordinance: (1) each hour a vehicle is illegally parked in an on-street parking space is a separate offense; (2) that any vehicle that has been towed for a parking violation is to be held until the towing fee and penalties related to all outstanding parking tickets and parking penalties owed to the Town are paid in full, or a bond is posted in the amount of the towing fee and all outstanding parking tickets and parking penalties; (3) for the use of wheel locks on and towing of a vehicle parked in a public vehicular area for which there is one or more outstanding, unpaid, and overdue parking tickets for a period of 45 days (sets out notice requirements as well as allowable fees).
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