§ 2215.

MANUAL REVENUE CONTROL PROCEDURES REQUIRED WHEN REVENUE CONTROL EQUIPMENT IS NOT OPERATIONAL

a.

During any time that RCE is not functioning, the Operator may continue to operate the Parking Station subject to the following conditions:

1.

The Operator and/or the Operator’s agent shall not tow any vehicle that entered the Parking Station during the time that the RCE is unable to issue legible Parking Tickets or legible Receipts and for 8 hours after the RCE is restored to full function.

2.

The Operator shall manually record in ink on preprinted sequentially numbered tickets the following information:

A.

Time and date of the entry of the Occupant’s Motor Vehicle to the Parking Station;

B.

Time and date of the exit of the Occupant’s Motor Vehicle from the Parking Station;

C.

Total amount Operator charged Occupant, including Rent and Parking Tax;

D.

Parking Station address;

E.

Business telephone and address of Operator or Operator’s agent responsible for addressing consumer complaints.

3.

The Operator shall maintain a log written in ink recording the dates and times and reasons that it utilized manual revenue control procedures. The Operator shall maintain said log and all manually issued Parking Tickets for not less than 5 years after their creation.

4.

The Operator shall issue to every Occupant an individually and sequentially numbered Receipt stating the date, the Occupancy Period, and the amount charged, including Rent and Parking Tax.

b.

The Operator shall use good faith efforts to maintain and repair the RCE so that it operates in conformance with the requirements of this Article. If malfunctioning RCE is not restored to full function within 72 hours of the time that it ceased to operate in conformance with this Article (excluding Sundays and holidays if the Operator uses a service repair company), the Enforcing Agency may determine that the Operator has not made a good faith effort to maintain or repair the RCE and is in willful violation of this Article. A determination that the Operator has not attempted in good faith to maintain RCE or repair malfunctioning RCE may be rebutted by the Operator’s presentation of proof, that the Enforcing Agency in its sole and absolute discretion deems to be credible, to establish the Operator’s good faith efforts to maintain or repair the RCE.

History

(Added by Ord. 234-06, File No. 060892, App. 9/14/2006; amended by Ord. 292-10, File No. 101100, App. 11/18/2010)

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