The Operator of an Attended Parking Station may apply to the Enforcing Agency for exemption from the requirements of Sections 2203 and 2205 of this Article, provided that the Operator demonstrates to the satisfaction of the Enforcing Agency that the gross annual revenues of the Parking Station from Rent do not exceed $25,000.
If the Enforcing Agency grants the Operator an exemption from the requirements of Sections 2203 and 2205 of this Article, the Operator shall:
Provide to each Occupant a Parking Ticket that has preprinted on it a unique sequential identification number. The Parking Ticket shall either have a stub or a split portion that the Operator shall place on the windshield of the Occupant’s vehicle. The Operator shall not use a Parking Ticket more than once.
Write the Occupant’s vehicle license plate number on the Parking Ticket in ink.
Stamp the Parking Ticket with the time the Occupant entered the Parking Station and the time the Occupant exited the Parking Station, using a mechanical or electronic time-stamp or punch clock device.
Upon an Occupant’s payment of Rent, provide to the Occupant a hand-written or machine generated Receipt stating the date and time of the Occupant’s Motor Vehicle’s entry to and time of exit from the Parking Station, the Rent charged, the name of the attendant, and the name and address of the Parking Station.
Create a Periodic Report for each day that the Parking Station provides parking in exchange for Rent.
The Operator shall retain all Periodic Reports created pursuant to this Section 2204 and all issued Parking Tickets for not less than 5 years after their creation.
The Operator shall comply with all provisions of this Article, unless an exemption from the requirements of Sections 2203 and 2205 is granted in writing by the Enforcing Agency.
(Added by Ord. 234-06, File No. 060892, App. 9/14/2006; Ord. 292-10, File No. 101100, App. 11/18/2010)