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07/05/16 31-1 chapter 31 offenses against public
CHAPTER 31
OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC PEACE, SAFETY AND MORALS
31.01 REGULATION OF NOISE.
(1)
DECLARATION OF FINDINGS AND POLICY
(a)
Excessive sound is a serious hazard to the public health and
welfare, safety and the quality of life. A substantial body of
science and technology exists by which excessive sound may be
substantially abated, and village residents have a right to and
should be ensured an environment free from excessive sound that
may jeopardize their health or welfare or safety or degrade the
quality of life.
(b)
It is declared to be the policy of the city to prevent
excessive sound which may jeopardize the health and welfare or
safety of its citizens or degrade the quality of life.
(2)
SCOPE OF ORDINANCE
(a)
This ordinance shall apply to the control of all noise within
the Village of Allouez.
(3)
DEFINITIONS.
(a)
ANSI Definitions Adopted. All acoustical terminology shall be
that contained in ANSI (American National Standards Institute
or its successor bodies) S1.1, “Acoustical Terminology.”
(b)
A Bank Level. The total sound level of all sound as measured
with a sound level meter using the A-weighted network. The
unit of measurement is the dB(A).
(c)
Daytime Hours.
(d)
Decibel. A standard unit for measuring sound pressure levels
that is equal to one-tenth of a bel and is a unit of level when
the base of the logarithm is the tenth root of ten, and the
quantities concerned are proportional to power; abbreviated
“dB.”
(e)
Frequency. The reciprocal of the primitive period of a
function periodic in time. The unit is the cycle per unit time
and must be specified; typically this unit will be Hertz (Hz)
i.e. cycles per second.
(f)
Light Motor Vehicle. Any automobile, van, motorcycle, motor
driven cycle, motor scooter, or light truck with a gross
vehicular weight of less than eight thousand (8,000) pounds.
The hours between 7:00 A.M. and 10 P.M.
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(g)
Nighttime Hours.
(h)
Person. Any person, firm, association, co-partnership, joint
venture, corporation, or any entity public or private in
nature.
(i)
Public Right-of-Way. Any street, avenue, boulevard, highway,
sidewalk, alley or similar place which is owned or controlled
by a governmental entity.
(j)
Real Property Boundary. An imaginary line along the ground
surface and its vertical extension which separates the real
property owned by one person from that owned by another person,
but not including intra-building real property divisions.
(k)
Sound. An oscillation in pressure, particle displacement,
particle velocity or other physical parameter, in a medium with
internal forces that causes compression and rarefaction of that
medium. The description of sound may include any
characteristic of such sound, including duration, intensity and
frequency.
(l)
Sound Analyzer. A device for measuring the band pressure level
or pressure spectrum level of a sound as a function of
frequency.
(m)
Sound Level Meter. An instrument including a microphone, an
amplifier, an output meter, and frequency weighing networks for
the measurement of noise and sound levels in a specified
manner.
(n)
Sound Pressure Level. The sound pressure level, in decibels of
sound, is 20 times the logarithm to the base ten of the ratio
of the pressure of this sound to the reference pressure, which
reference pressure must be explicitly stated.
(o)
Zones, The following zones as defined in Ch.11, Allouez
Municipal Code, are included in the zone categories.
1.
The hours between 10:00 P.M. and 7:00 A.M.
Residential. “A” Residence District, “B” Residence
District, High Density District, First Residence and
Second Residence Off-Street Parking. Parks, school
facilities, governmental office buildings and publiclyowned parkways and conservancies are included in this
category.
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2.
(4)
Commercial. “C” Professional Office and Residence
District, High Rise District, Commercial District, Light
Industrial District, and Highway Business Use District
are included in this category.
LIMITATIONS.
(a)
Maximum Levels within Zones. No person shall operate or cause
to be operated on private or public property any source of
sound in such a manner as to create a sound level which exceeds
the limits set for the zone categories in Tables I and II. The
maximum level between commercial to residential shall not
exceed 3 dB(A) over the residential sound pressure levels
either daytime or nighttime.
TABLE I
Maximum Permissible Sound Pressure – Daytime Hours
(in Decibels)
Octave Band
Center
Frequency
31.5
63
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
8000
A-Scale Levels
Residential
Commercial
70
69
64
58
52
47
42
38
35
57dB(A)
80
79
73
65
59
53
47
42
40
63dB(A)
TABLE II
Maximum Permissible Sound Pressure – Nighttime Hours
(in Decibels)
Octave Band
Center
Frequency (Hz)
31.5
63
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
8000
A-Scale Levels
Residential
Commercial
69
68
62
54
48
42
36
31
29
52dB(A)
72
71
66
60
54
49
44
40
37
58dB(A)
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MOTOR VEHICLE LIMITATION.
(5)
(a)
80 dB(A) Noise Limit. It shall be unlawful for any person to
cause noise levels from the operation of a light motor vehicle
in excess of 80 dB(A) at any location within the corporate
limits of the village. Measurement shall be made at any
distance equal to or greater than 15 feet from the closest
approach to the vehicle.
(b)
Motor Vehicles. Every motor vehicle shall, at all times, be
equipped with a muffler in good working order and in constant
operation to prevent excessive or unreasonably loud noise,
smoke or flame; and no person or owner shall operate or allow
to be operated a motor vehicle upon the streets of this village
which is not so equipped or which is equipped with a muffler
cutout, bypass, or any similar device. A muffler is defined as
a device consisting of a series of chambers or other mechanical
devices for the purpose of receiving exhaust gases from an
internal combustion engine which is designed for the purpose of
breaking up the sound tones and the diffusion of smoke and
flame emitting therefrom.
(c)
Motorcycles. No person shall, nor shall the owner allow any
person to, operate a motorcycle manufactured after December 31,
1982, that is not equipped with an exhaust muffler bearing the
Federal EPA required labeling applicable to the motorcycle’s
model year, as set out in the Code of Federal Regulations
Title 40.
(d)
Mufflers. No person shall sell, give away for use upon,
install or cause the installation to be made, or use any
licensed motor vehicle operated on a highway in the Village of
Allouez, any type of muffler or other device that will modify
the exhaust system of a motor vehicle in any manner so as to
amplify or increase the noise emitted by the motor of such
motor vehicle to the point where it becomes excessive or
unreasonably loud.
ELECTRIC SOUND AMPLIFICATION.
(a)
Nighttime Hours (10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.). During nighttime
hours, no person may operate a radio, jukebox, or other
electric sound amplification device emitting sound from any
commercial zone or commercial premises that exceeds the maximum
permissible sound pressure in Table II in a residential zone at
a distance of 75 feet beyond the lot line of the property which
emits the sound, or at the property line of a residential
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property which is affected by the sound, whichever is deemed
appropriate by the Village given the situation that occurs.
(6)
(b)
Use on street. No person shall use any loudspeaker on
residential streets of the Village except under permit granted
by the Village, such as a block party permit issued by the
Village, which permit shall have limited hours of use for the
loudspeaker.
(c)
Permits. The Village shall not grant a permit to use a loud
speaker during nighttime hours or to operate such loud speaker
in the vicinity of health facilities, churches while services
are being conducted, or schools which are in session. The
Village may order a reduction in the volume of such loud
speaker on complaint being made by a citizen or when such loud
speaker is a nuisance because of the volume, the method in
which it is being used, or the location in which it is being
operated.
MEASUREMENT.
(a)
Measurement Location. The measurement shall be made at or
beyond the property on which such noise is generated or at or
within the property line of the property on which such noise is
perceived, as appropriate. Measurement shall be done at a
minimum height of four feet above the ground.
(b)
(7)
Sound Measurement. When required pursuant to his ordinance,
measurement of sound pressure shall be made either with a sound
level meter that meets or exceeds the ANS1 requirements of the
American Standard Specification for Sound Level Meters, Type I
or Type II (ANSI S1.4 – 1971) or with an octave band analyzer
that meets or exceeds the requirements of ANSI (S1.6 – 1960) or
any subsequent nationally adopted standards superseding the
above standards. In both cases, the instruments should be
maintained in calibration and good working order and operated
in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. When a
sound level meter is used, it shall be set to the A-weighted
scale and in the FAST response mode. A windscreen shall be
mounted on the microphone and the noise limitations shall be
the A-scale levels set forth above. An octave band analyzer
may be employed when there is a concentration of sound energy
within a limited number of bands, but its use shall not be
restricted to such situations.
EXEMPTIONS. The following activities shall be exempt from the
regulations of this section, provided reasonable steps are taken to
minimize the noise emitted.
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(8)
(a)
Construction Sites, Public Utility Projects, Public Works. The
daytime criteria, as set forth in (2) shall not apply to
construction sites, public utilities, and public works projects
and operations during daytime hours Monday through Saturday,
however, the noise shall be minimized through proper equipment
operations and maintenance. The nighttime criteria, as set
forth in (2), shall not apply to Department of Public Works –
personnel engaged in snow plowing or street sweeping.
Stationary equipment on construction projects lasting more than
10 days within residential districts shall be shielded or
located to prevent unnecessary noise.
(b)
Emergency Operations. Emergency short-term operations
necessary to protect the health and welfare of the citizens.
(c)
Noises Required By Law. Any noise required specifically by law
for the protection, health, welfare or safety of people or
property.
(d)
Power Equipment. Power equipment during daytime hours such as
lawn mowers, small lawn and garden tools, and riding tractors
necessary for the maintenance of property, kept in good repair
and maintenance, which, when new, would not comply with the
standards set forth in this section.
(e)
Snow Removal Equipment. The use of snow removal equipment to
remove snow from a path of travel.
(f)
Bells, Chimes. Bells, chimes, and similar devices which signal
the time of day and operate during the daytime hours for a
duration of no longer than 15 minutes in any given hour during
daytime hours.
(g)
Warning Device. Any device being used to request assistance or
warn against an unsafe condition.
VARIANCES.
(a)
Special Variance Permits.
1.
General. A special variance permit may be issued for an
event or circumstance of limited duration, including, but
not limited to, special community events.
2.
Application. Any person seeking a special variance
permit pursuant to this section shall file an application
with the Village Administrator, 30 days prior to the
commencement of the event or activity for which the
variance permit is requested. The Village Administrator
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may waive the time limit when compliance therewith is
impractical. The application for a special variance
permit must be made in writing and shall contain all
information deemed necessary by the Village
Administrator. A special variance permit may be granted
when the Village Administrator finds that the variance
promotes a public interest and results in minimal harm to
the public health, safety and welfare.
(b)
3.
Issuance. Special variance permits shall be granted by
notice to the applicant containing all necessary
conditions, including a time limit on the permitted
activity. The special variance permit shall not become
effective until all conditions are agreed to by the
applicant. Noncompliance with any condition of these
special variance permits shall terminate it and subject
the person holding it to those provisions of this section
regulating the source of sound or activity for which the
special variance is granted.
4.
Extension or modification. Application for extension of
time limits specified in special variance permits or for
modification of other substantial conditions shall be
treated like applications for initial special variances.
Conditional Variances.
1.
General. Conditional variances may be issued for ongoing
or recurring sources of sound which do not comply with
the standards of this ordinance for technical or economic
reasons.
2.
Application. The Village of Allouez may grant
conditional variances if it finds that the variance
promotes a public interest and results in minimal harm to
the public health, safety and welfare. The application
shall be made in writing to the Village Administrator not
less than 30 days prior to commencement of sound
producing operations.
3.
Hearing. The application shall be publicly heard before
the Village Board. The applicant may be required to
submit such additional information as the Village Board
reasonably requires.
4.
Issuance. Conditional variances shall not be issued
until the applicant has agreed to the conditions therein.
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Noncompliance with any condition of a conditional
variance shall terminate it and subject the person
holding it to those provisions of this section regulating
the source of sound or activity. The Village Board may
require the applicant to post a performance bond prior to
issuing the variance.
5.
(c)
(9)
Appeal. An appeal from a decision regarding a variance request
may be taken to a court of competent jurisdiction.
ENFORCEMENT AND PENALTIES.
(a)
An enforcement officer may issue a citation for any violation
of this ordinance if the enforcement officer witnesses the
violation or receives a sworn, written complaint from at least
one witness of the excessive or unreasonably loud noise,
subject to the owner refusing or neglecting to allow the
vehicle from being inspected by the Police Department.
(b)
(10)
Extension or modification. Application for extension of
time limits specified in special variance permits or for
modification of other substantial conditions shall be
treated like applications for initial special variances.
Any person who violates any provision of this ordinance shall
forfeit not less than $50 nor more than $1000 for each
violation. Each day a violation exists shall constitute a
separate offense.
SEVERABILITY. If any provision of this ordinance or the application
to any person or circumstances is held invalid, the remainder of the
ordinance or the application of such other provisions to other
persons or circumstances shall not be affected.
31.02 ASSAULT AND BATTERY.
A.
No person shall commit an assault. Assault is defined as an attempt
to commit a battery, as defined herein by Section 31.02 B.
B.
No person shall commit a battery. Battery is defined as the causing
of bodily harm to another by an act done with the intent to cause
bodily harm to that person or another, without the consent of the
person so harmed.
31.03 DISORDERLY CONDUCT.
No person, in a public or private place, shall engage in violent, abusive,
indecent, profane, boisterous, unreasonably loud, or otherwise disorderly
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conduct under circumstances in which such conduct tends to cause or provoke
a disturbance.
31.04 INTOXICATION.
No person shall appear in any public place in such a state of intoxication
as to disturb others or be unable by reason of his condition to care for
his own safety or the safety of others.
31.05 DISTURBING ASSEMBLY.
No person shall at any time willfully interrupt or molest any assembly or
meeting of people for religious worship or for other purposes lawfully and
peacefully assembled.
31.06 REMOVING SIGNS OR MARKERS.
Refer to Section 27.04 B(2)(a).
31.07 TRESPASS.
A.
It shall be unlawful and it is hereby prohibited for any person to
trespass, prowl or window peep upon the property of another or to
trespass on his garden or shrubs without such other's consent. Except
where permitted, no person shall trespass upon public property. No
person shall permit any animal belonging to him or under his control
to trespass or be upon the property, garden or hedge belonging to
another person or upon any seeded or sodded and maintained area with
the boundaries of a public street, unless permission therefor be
secured from the owner.
B.
It shall be unlawful and it is hereby prohibited for any person to
trespass upon any Village owned stormwater facility including but not
limited to stormwater detention/ retention ponds.
31.08 DISCARDED REFRIGERATORS.
No person shall leave outside of any building or dwelling, in a place
accessible to children, any abandoned, unattended, or discarded ice box,
refrigerator, or any other container of any kind which has an airtight
door, airtight snap lock, or other device thereon which cannot be opened by
pushing from the inside of the ice box, refrigerator, or container with the
force of a small child, without first removing the snap locks or doors from
the ice box, refrigerator, or container.
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31.09 FIREARMS AND TRAPPING.
A.
Firearms.
(1)
“Firearms” has the meaning given in Wis. Stats. §167.31(1)(c).
“Firearm means a weapon that acts by force of gunpowder.
(2)
Discharge of firearms within the Village limits. No person,
except an authorized police officer, shall discharge, or cause
to be discharged, any firearm within the village limits as
defined in this section except for the purpose of self defense
or any other lawful purpose as authorized by State and/or
Federal Law.
(3)
Law Enforcement means any person employed by the State of
Wisconsin or any political subdivision of this state, for
the purpose of detecting and preventing crime and
enforcing laws or ordinances and who is authorized to
make arrests for violations of the laws or ordinances he
or she is employed to enforce.
(a)
In addition to the provisions of Wis. Stats. §
175.60 enumerating places where the carrying of a
firearm is prohibited, including exceptions
thereto, it shall be unlawful for any person other
than a law enforcement officer to enter the
following village municipal buildings while
carrying a firearm:
Village Hall/Department of Public Works
Fire Station
Green Isle Park Buildings (any area of the
buildings other than the restrooms)
(b)
Signs meeting the requirements of Wis. Stats. §
943.13(2)(bm)1 shall be posted in prominent places
near all entrances of such buildings regarding such
restrictions.
(c)
Any person who enters or remains in any
aforementioned Village building contrary to such
signage shall be considered a trespasser subject to
penalty as proscribed under Sec. 1.05 of this code.
B.
(deleted)
C.
Trapping within parklands in the Village of Allouez is hereby deemed
to be contrary to the health, safety and welfare of the inhabitants of
the Village, and is hereby declared to be a public nuisance. No
person shall engage in trapping, or shall set or operate any trap,
within Village parks. "Trapping" is defined as the taking of, or the
attempting to take, any wild animal by means of setting or operating
any device, mechanism or contraption that is designed, built, or made
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to close upon, hold fast, or otherwise capture a wild animal or
animals. "Wild animal" means any mammal, bird, fish or other creature
of a wild nature endowed with sensation and the power of voluntary
motion.
31.10 DISCHARGE OF WEAPONS OTHER THAN FIREARMS.
A.
PURPOSE: The purpose of this ordinance is to update existing archery
hunting requirements to come into compliance with 2013 Wisconsin Act
71.
B.
No person shall carry, unless encased and unloaded, or cause any BB,
pellet, stone, dart, metal-tipped arrow or similarly dangerous missile
to be discharged from, any air gun, BB gun, CO2 operated gun, pellet
gun, sling shot, or bow and arrow or crossbow on public property in the
Village of Allouez.
C.
The carry and discharge of those weapons identified in Section 31.10
B. will be allowed strictly within the confines of a person’s private
property and the projectile shall not traverse the property boundaries
and shall in no event be discharged when it is reasonably likely to
cause possible injury and/or property damage except the discharge of
CO2 operated guns which is only permitted within a person’s residence
on private property and in no event be discharged when it is reasonably
likely to cause possible injury and/or property damages.
D.
No person, except a peace officer or individual who is part of a deer
management program approved by the Wisconsin Department of Natural
Resources and the Village Board of Trustees and conducted under the
supervision of the Chief of Police, shall use or discharge a rifle,
revolver, pistol, shotgun or other firearm, regardless of caliber, air
rifle or air gun, pellet or shot (including BB shot), in or by
slingshot, within the Village of Allouez.
E.
Hunting of any bird, wild fowl or animal with a bow and arrow or
crossbow on property owned by the Village is prohibited.
F.
Hunting with a bow and arrow or crossbow may take place on private
property within the Village with the following restrictions.
(1)
G.
No person may hunt on private property with a bow and arrow
or crossbow that is within 100 yards of a building located on
private property owned by another individual, unless the
owner of the land on which the building is located allows
hunting with a bow and arrow or crossbow within 100 yards of
the building.
Violation and Penalties. Any person who violates the provisions of
Section 31.09 A. and 31.10 shall be subject to a forfeiture of not less
than $100 nor more than $1,000.
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31.11 FIREWORKS.
No person shall possess, ignite, use or discharge any fireworks in the village
except as provided by Section 167.10, Wisconsin Statutes, as the same may be
amended from time to time.
31.12 CURFEW.
A.
Hours.
No child under the age of 16 years shall be in, or upon any street,
sidewalk, alley, public grounds, public building or any public place of
accommodation or amusement in the Village of Allouez between the hours of
10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. the following day unless accompanied by a parent,
guardian, adult relative, or other adult person having the actual care,
custody and control of such child, except when such child is lawfully
employed and is en-route by the most practical direct route between his
residence and the place of employment; and except when such child is
returning to his home from a supervised or organized event and for
activities protected by the First Amendment which occurred during curfew
hours which include but are not limited to Take Back the Night Rallies,
religious ceremonies, memorial candle light vigils, Midnight Mass and
political rallies at the end of a campaign. The provisions of this
subsection shall apply whether such child is on foot or is in, on or upon
any vehicle or other means of conveyance.
B.
Parents' Duties.
No parent, guardian, adult relative or adult person having the actual care
and custody of a child under the age of 16 years shall permit or allow any
such child under his care, custody and control to be in, on or upon any
street, sidewalk, alley, public grounds, public building, or any public
place of accommodation or amusement in the Village of Allouez between the
hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. the following day unless accompanied by a
parent, guardian, adult relative or other person having the actual care,
custody and control of such child, except when such child is lawfully
employed and is en-route by the most practical direct route between his
residence and the place of employment; and or organized event and for
activities protected by the First Amendment which occurred during curfew
hours which include but are not limited to Take Back the Night Rallies,
religious ceremonies, memorial candle light vigils, Midnight Mass and
political rallies at the end of a campaign. The provisions of this
subsection shall apply whether such child is on foot or is in, on or upon
any vehicle or other means of conveyance. It shall not be necessary to
prove the element of intent in any proceeding under this section.
C.
Violations.
(1) Any child found violating or who is suspected of violating the
provisions of this section may be detained and such detention and his
release shall be in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 48 of the
Wisconsin Statutes.
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(2) All proceedings against any child for a violation of this section
shall be in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 48 of the Wisconsin
Statutes.
(3) Any person convicted of violating subsection B. of this section shall
forfeit not less than $25.00 nor more than $200.00, together with the costs
of prosecution, and in default of payment of such forfeiture and costs
shall be confined in the Brown County Jail until such forfeiture and costs
are paid but not exceeding 10 days.
D.
Definitions.
In this section the words child, parent, guardian and relative shall have
the meanings as defined in Chapter 48 of the Wisconsin Statutes. In this
section the phrase public place of accommodation or amusement shall mean,
without limitation because of enumeration, any restaurant, tavern, bowling
alley, drug store, service station or public garage, barber shop, retail
establishment, or other place of business open to the general public.
31.13 REGULATION OF PARK AND RECREATION FACILITIES.
A.
Purpose.
It is hereby declared to be the policy of the Village of Allouez to
regulate and control the operation and parking of any motor vehicle on
public park grounds; to prevent loitering or lounging in public park
grounds during certain hours; to prevent the carrying or use of firearms on
public park grounds; to prevent injury to trees, plants, and other
vegetation, or to any Village property found on public park grounds; to
prevent the building of fires in places other than approved grills or
fireplaces on public park grounds; to prevent littering and disorderly
conduct on public park grounds; and to enforce posted rules, regulations
and ordinances of the Village and its Department of Parks and Recreation,
and its Maintenance Department, for the use or enjoyment of any facilities
upon such public grounds.
B.
Motor Vehicles.
It shall be unlawful for any person to:
(1)
Park any motor vehicle upon such public park grounds except within the
limits of clearly marked parking areas, and except as allowed by
permit issued by the Village Board.
(2)
Operate any vehicle upon such public park grounds except upon clearly
marked public roadways.
(3)
Operate any vehicle upon any roadway within the limits of such public
park grounds at a speed in excess of 10 miles per hour.
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(4)
C.
Park any vehicle upon such public park grounds between the hours of
10:00 o'clock p.m. and 6:00 o'clock a.m. of the following morning,
except as allowed by permit issued by the Village Board.
Horses.
It shall be unlawful for any person to drive or ride a horse upon public
park grounds, except upon clearly marked public roadways.
D.
Loitering.
It shall be unlawful for any person to loiter or lounge upon public park
grounds between the hours of 10:00 o'clock p.m. and 6:00 o'clock a.m. of
the following morning except as allowed by permit issued by the Village
Board.
E.
(deleted)
F.
Destruction of Property.
It shall be unlawful for any person to:
G.
(1)
Disturb, molest, deface, remove, or destroy any tree, shrub, plant or
natural growth on public park grounds.
(2)
Carve or paint on any rock, sign, wall or structure on public park
grounds.
(3)
Drive any nail into any tree on public park grounds.
(4)
Injure or deface in any manner any park building, public facility,
sign, fence, table or other village property on public park grounds.
(5)
Dig into or break up the ground surface anywhere in any public park
grounds except as allowed by permit issued by the Village Board.
Fires.
It shall be unlawful for any person to build any fires upon public park
grounds except in a fireplace or approved grill, or to dispose of live
embers of any fire where they may start a grass or forest fire, or endanger
public health or safety.
H.
Littering.
It shall be unlawful for any person who is upon public park grounds to
leave, throw or break any bottle, box, can, garbage or other object except
in clearly marked refuse receptacle.
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I.
Disorderly Conduct.
It shall be unlawful for any person to be intoxicated, use profane
language, practice rowdiness, set off fireworks, or otherwise conduct
himself or herself in a disorderly manner upon any public park grounds.
J.
Regulations and Ordinances.
It shall be unlawful for any person to fail, refuse or neglect to obey any
regulation, posted rule or ordinance of the Village or its Department of
Parks and Recreation, or its Maintenance Department, pertaining to the use
and enjoyment of any facilities upon such public grounds.
K.
Penalty.
Any person convicted of violating the provisions of this section shall be
subject to the penalties imposed by Section 1.05 of the Allouez Village
Code.
31.14 RAILROAD WARNING DEVISES.
A.
Locomotives.
No railroad engineer, railroad employee or other person in charge of any
locomotive shall sound, or allow or permit to be sounded, any steam whistle
or other warning device on a locomotive within the limits of the Village of
Allouez, between the hours of 10:00 o'clock p.m. and 6:00 o'clock a.m. the
following morning, except in case of imminent danger to life and property
or where the same is required by state law.
B.
Penalty.
Any person convicted of violating subsection A. of this section shall
forfeit not less than $25.00 nor more than $200.00, together with the costs
of prosecution, and in default of payment of such forfeiture and costs
shall be confined in the Brown County Jail until such forfeiture and costs
are paid, but not exceeding 10 days.
31.15 SHOPLIFTING.
A.
No person shall intentionally alter the indicia of price of value or
merchandise, or take and carry away, transfer, conceal or retain possession
of merchandise held for resale by a merchant without his consent and with
the intent to deprive the merchant permanently of possession or the full
price of such merchandise.
B.
The intentional concealment of unpurchased merchandise which continues from
one floor to another or beyond the last station for receiving payments in a
merchant's store is evidence of intent to deprive the merchant permanently
of possession of such merchandise without paying the purchase price
thereof. The discovery of unpurchased merchandise concealed upon the
person or among the belongings of such person, or concealed by a person
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upon the person or among the belongings of another, is evidence of
intentional concealment on the part of the person so concealing such goods.
C.
A merchant or merchant's adult employee who has probable cause for
believing that a person has violated this section in his or her presence
may detain such person in a reasonable manner for a reasonable length of
time to deliver him or her to a peace officer, or to his or her parent or
guardian in the case of a minor. The detained person must be promptly
informed of the purpose for the detention and be permitted to make phone
calls, but he or she shall not be interrogated or searched against his or
her will before the arrival of a peace officer, who may conduct a lawful
interrogation of the accused person. Compliance with this subsection
entitles the merchant or his employee affecting the detention to the same
defense in any action as is
available to a peace officer making an arrest
in the line of duty.
D.
Any person convicted of violating subsection A. of this section shall
forfeit not less than $25.00 nor more than $500.00, plus the retail price
of each item that was shoplifted (rounded off to the next highest $10
amount), together with the prosecution costs imposed by the Wisconsin
Statutes. In default of payment of such forfeiture and costs, such person
shall be committed to the Brown County Jail until such forfeiture and costs
are paid, but not exceeding 45 days; or, such person's driver's license
shall be suspended according to the laws of the State of Wisconsin.
31.16 FRAUDULENT TAPPING OF UTILITY WIRES, METERS OR PIPES.
A.
Prohibition.
Section 941.36, Wisconsin Statutes, exclusive of any of its provisions
relating to penalties or punishment to be imposed for any violation of it,
is hereby adopted and made a part hereof the same as if it had been set
forth in full herein, and all acts specifically prohibited by such statute
are prohibited hereby.
B.
Penalty.
Any person convicted of violating the provisions of this ordinance shall be
subject to the penalties imposed by Section 1.05 of the Allouez Village
Code.
31.17 REGULATION OF EMERGENCY ALARM SYSTEMS.
A.
Purpose.
It is hereby declared to be the policy of the Village of Allouez to
encourage the installation of reliable emergency alarm systems to provide
additional protection from fire, crime and other hazards which might be a
danger to persons and/or property, but to discourage the incidence of
preventable or avoidable false alarms and protect the Village for damage
claims which may arise from the Village's responding to a false alarm.
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B.
Definitions.
(1)
Alarm business means any business operated by a person for profit
which alters, installs, leases, maintains, monitors, replaces, sells,
services or responds to an alarm system, or which causes any of these
activities to take place.
(2)
Alarm system means one or more devices installed or placed to signal
the presence of a hazard requiring urgent attention to which police or
the Fire Department are expected to respond.
(3)
Alarm user means any person who owns or rents the premises on which an
alarm system is maintained within the Village.
(4)
False alarm means the activation of an alarm system through negligence
of the owner or lessee of an alarm system or of his employees or
agents, the activation of an alarm system through mechanical failure
or malfunction because of improper maintenance by the alarm user, or
the activation of an alarm system because of improper installation
and/or use of equipment by the alarm business; but does not include
alarms caused by hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes or other violent
conditions of acts of God.
(5)
Person means any person, firm, partnership, association, corporation,
company or organization of any kind.
(6)
Burglary Alarm system means an alarm system signaling an entry or
attempted entry into the area protected by the system.
(7)
Hold-up Alarm system means an alarm system in which the signal
transmission is initiated by the action of the robber or employee of
the protected premises.
(8) Fire Alarm means an alarm system signaling the presence of fire or
smoke.
(9) Proprietary system means an alarm system sounding and/or recording
alarm and supervisory signals at a control center located within the
protected premises, the control center being under the supervision of
the proprietor of the protected premises, but which is not connected
directly or by means of an automatic dialing device to a police or fire
communication center, a central station or answering service.
C.
False Alarms.
(1)
An alarm user shall pay to the Village Clerk-Treasurer within 10 days
after activation, the following service fees for false alarms: These
charges are per calendar year.
First False Alarm
No charge if a permit is on file.
$25.00 charge if a permit is not
on file and an application for
permit is mailed with the
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invoice.
Second False Alarm
$25.00
Third False Alarm
$50.00
Each Subsequent False Alarm
$75.00
(2)
D.
An alarm user shall correct any deficiencies in equipment or operation
of his alarm system within thirty days following either his actual
knowledge of such deficiency or the mailing by certified mail of a
written notice from the Village Clerk-Treasurer, whichever date is
earliest. In the event that such deficiency cannot be corrected
within the 30-day period, the alarm system shall be deactivated until
such corrections are completed.
Activation Time.
No alarm user shall allow, permit, install, use or maintain on his premises
any alarm system which, when activated, causes an audible and/or visual
signal externally to the premises upon which it is located, for a period in
excess of 15 minutes.
E.
Sale of Alarm Systems.
Canvassers, solicitors, peddlers, and transient merchants involved in the
sale of alarm systems within the Village of Allouez shall comply with the
provisions of Chapter 21 of the Allouez Code of General Ordinances.
31.18 OFFENSES AGAINST PEACE AND GOOD ORDER OF STATE LAWS ADOPTED.
A.
Except as otherwise specifically provided in this ordinance, the below
listed provisions of Chapters 29, 50, 167, 175, 939, 941, 943, 944, 946,
947, 948, 951 and 961 of the Wisconsin Statutes describing and defining
offenses against the peace and good order of the State, including procedure
for prosecution, are hereby adopted and by reference made a part of this
ordinance as if fully set forth herein. Any act by any statute incorporated
herein by reference: required to be performed is required to be performed
by this ordinance; prohibited is prohibited by this ordinance. Any future
amendments, revisions or modifications of the statutes incorporated herein
are intended to be made part of this Chapter.
1)
s. 29.288 Throwing Refuse in Waters/Abandoning Automobiles, Boats or
Other Vehicles
2) s. 50.58 Causing Fires by Tobacco Smoking
3) s.167.10 Fireworks Regulated
4) s.175.25 Storage of Junked Automobiles
5) s.939.05 Parties to Crime
6) s.939.22 Words and Phrases Defined
7) s.941.03 Highway Obstruction
8) s.941.10 Negligent Handling of Burning Material
9) s.941.12 Interfering with Fire Fighting
10) s.941.23 Carrying Concealed Weapon
11) s.941.235 Carrying Firearm in Public Building
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12) s.941.237 Carrying Handgun where Alcohol Beverages may be Sold and
Consumed
13) s.943.01(1) Criminal Damage to Property
14) s.943.12 Possession of burglarious tools
15) s.943.13 Criminal Trespass to Land
16) s.943.14 Criminal Trespass to Dwellings
17) s.943.20 Theft
18) s.944.15 Fornication
19) s.944.17 Sexual Gratification
20) s.944.20 Lewd and Lascivious Behavior
21) s.944.23 Making Lewd, Obscene, Indecent Drawing
22) s.944.30 Prostitution
23) s.944.31 Patronizing Prostitutes
24) s.944.33 Pandering
25) s.944.34 Keeping Place of Prostitution
26) s.944.36 Solicitation of Drinks Prohibited
27) s.946.40 Refusing to Aid Officer
28) s.946.41 Resisting or Obstructing Officer
29) s.946.65 Obstructing Justice
30) s.946.70 Impersonating Peace Officer
31) s.946.72 Tampering with Public Records & Notices
32) s.947.0125 Unlawful use of computerized communication systems
33) s.947.013 Harassment
34) s.948.61 Dangerous weapons other than firearms on school premises
35) s.951.01 to s.951.18 Crimes Against Animals
36) s.961.41(3g)(em) Synthetic Cannabinoids
37) s.961.573(1) and (2) Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
38) s.961.574(1) and (2) Manufacture or delivery of drug paraphernalia
39) s.961.575(1) and (2) Delivery of drug paraphernalia to a minor
B.
(1)
It is unlawful for any person to possess marijuana as defined in Wis.
Stats. §961.01(14), or any subsequent amendment thereto, subject to the
exceptions in Wis. Stats. §961.41(3g), except that if a complaint is issued
regarding and allegation of possession of more than 25 grams of marijuana
or of any amount of marijuana following a conviction in the state for
possession of marijuana, the subject of the complaint may not be prosecuted
in municipal court for the same action that is the subject of the complaint
unless the charges are dismissed or the District Attorney declines to
prosecute the case.
(2) For the purpose of this ordinance, marijuana shall mean all parts of
the plants of the genus cannabis.
C.
The penalty for violation of any of the above-adopted statutes or for
violation of subsection B. hereof, shall be imposed in accordance with the
provisions of Section 1.05, Penalties, of the Allouez Village Code.
D.
PARTIES TO A VIOLATION. Whoever is concerned in the commission of a
violation of this chapter is a principal and may be charged with and
convicted of the violation although the person did not directly commit it
and although the person who directly committed it has not been convicted of
the violation. A person is concerned in the commission of the violation if
the person directly commits the violation, intentionally aids or abets the
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commission of it, is a party to a conspiracy with another to commit it, or
advises, hires, counsels, or otherwise procures another to commit it.
E.
ATTEMPT. Whoever attempts to commit a violation of this chapter may be
charged with and convicted of the violation. An attempt to commit a
violation of this chapter requires that the actor have an intent to perform
acts and attain a result which, if accomplished, would constitute such
violation and that the actor does acts toward
the commission of a
violation which demonstrate unequivocally, under all the circumstances,
that the actor formed that intent and would commit the violation except for
the intervention of another person or some extraneous factor.
31.19 DANGEROUS OR NEGLIGENT USE OF PUBLIC STREETS PROHIBITED.
A.
Purpose.
It is hereby declared to be the policy of the Village of Allouez to
regulate and provide for the safe use of public streets; to prohibit the
dangerous and/or negligent use of public streets by pedestrians; to
prohibit the dangerous and/or negligent use of public streets by persons
riding in or upon any form of conveyance, whether such a conveyance is
motorized or non-motorized and regardless of the means used to propel such
a conveyance.
B.
Motor Vehicles.
No person shall operate a motor vehicle of any type upon the public streets
within the Village of Allouez in a dangerous or negligent manner, or in a
manner contrary to any law of the State of Wisconsin, the County of Brown,
or the Village of Allouez, which law is intended to regulate the operation
of motor vehicles upon public streets and highways.
C.
Non-Motorized Vehicles or Conveyances.
No person shall operate or ride in or upon any form of conveyance on any
public street, public walkway, or public highway, in a manner which is
dangerous, negligent, or in anyway contrary to the safety of himself,
herself or any other person using such public street, walkway, or highway,
whether as a pedestrian or vehicular traffic.
D.
Use of Streets by Pedestrians.
No person shall, while using the public street as a pedestrian, use such a
street, public walkway, or highway in a dangerous or negligent manner or in
a manner which creates an unnecessary obstruction to vehicular traffic upon
a street or highway or which in any way endangers the safety of other
persons using that public street, walkway, or highway.
E.
Parental Responsibility.
No parent, guardian, or adult person having actual care and custody of a
child under the age of 18 years shall knowingly permit that child to
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violate any provision of this ordinance, and shall be deemed jointly liable
and responsible for any action of such child which is found to be in
violation of this ordinance. For the purpose of this ordinance, the words
child, parent, and guardian shall have the meanings as described in Chapter
48 of the Wisconsin Statutes.
F.
Penalty.
Any person violating the provisions of this chapter, shall upon conviction
thereof, be subject to the penalty provided by Section 1.05 of this Code.
A separate offense shall be deemed committed on each day on which a
violation of this Chapter occurs or continues.
31.20 SEPARABILITY OF PROVISIONS.
Each section, paragraph, sentence, clause and provision of this code is separable
and if any provision is held unconstitutional or invalid for any reason, such
decision shall not affect the remainder of this code nor any part thereof, other
than that part affected by such decision.
31.21 TRUANCY.
A.
Definitions.
(1)
B.
Habitual truant means a pupil who is absent from school without an
excuse which is acceptable under the provisions of Section 118.15,
Wisconsin Statutes, or other provisions of law, for either of the
following:
(a)
Part or all of 5 or more days out of 10 consecutive days on
which school is held during a school semester.
(b)
Part or all of 10 or more days on which school is held during a
school semester.
(2)
[email protected] means a child who is absent from school without an acceptable
excuse under Sections 118.15 and 118.16(4) of the Wisconsin Statutes
for part or all of any day in which school is held during a school
semester.
(3)
An act or omission shall be deemed to contribute to the truancy of a
child, whether or not the child is adjudged to be in need of
protection or services, if the natural and probable consequences of
that act or omission would be to cause the child to be truant.
Prohibitions.
(1)
No child shall be a habitual truant.
(2)
No person 18 years of age or older shall knowingly encourage or
contribute to the truancy of a child; except that this Section shall
not apply to a person who has under his or her control a child who is
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truant, and that child has been sanctioned under the provisions of
Section 49.50 (7)(h), Wisconsin Statutes.
(3)
C.
No child under 18 years of age shall be truant. Any child not in
attendance at school, at the child=s place of residence, or
accompanied by a parent or legal guardian on a day on which school is
held during a school semester and during the hours when that child is
required to be in attendance at school shall be presumed truant. The
child shall have the burden to present the court with evidence
sufficient to rebut this presumption.
Penalties.
(1)
Upon finding a child to be a habitual truant, the court shall do one
or more of the following:
(a)
Suspend the child's motor vehicle operating privilege, as the
same is defined in Section 340.01 (40), Wis. Stats., for not
less than 30 days nor more than 90 days, whereupon the court
shall immediately take possession of any such suspended
operator's license and forward it to the Wisconsin Department
of Transportation together with a notice stating the reason for
and the duration of the suspension.
(b)
Order the child to participate in counseling, community service
or a supervised work program as provided under Section 48.34
(9), Wis. Stats.
(c)
Order the child to remain at home except during hours in which
the child is attending religious worship or a school program,
including travel time required to get to and from the school
program or place of worship; and such order may also permit the
child to leave his or her home if the child is accompanied by
the child's parent or guardian.
(d)
Order the child to attend an educational program under Section
48.34 (12), Wis. Stats.
(2)
A person found guilty of contributing to the truancy of a child,
shall be subject to the penalty provisions of Section 1.05 of the
Allouez Village Code.
(3)
Any child found by the courts to be truant shall be subject to a
forfeiture of not more than $50 plus costs for a first violation, or
a forfeiture of not more than $100.00 plus costs for any second or
subsequent violation committed within 12 months of a previous
violation. All or part of the forfeiture plus costs may be assessed
against the child, the parents or guardian of the child, or both.
The authority of the municipal court to impose any such penalty is
subject to any other limitations imposed by State Statute. The
authority to impose such a penalty does not limit the municipal court
in any other fashion to impose any other penalty or remedy available
to the municipal court.
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31.22 FRAUD ON HOTEL, RESTAURANT KEEPER OR GAS STATION.
A.
No person shall, after having obtained any beverage, food, lodging or other
service or accommodation at any hotel, motel, boarding or lodging house or
restaurant, intentionally abscond without paying for it.
B.
No person shall, while a guest at any hotel, motel, boarding or lodging
house, or restaurant, intentionally defraud the keeper thereof in any
transaction arising out of the relationship as guests.
C.
No person shall, after having obtained gasoline or diesel fuel from a
service station, garage or other place where gasoline or diesel fuel is
sold at retail or offered for sale at retail, intentionally abscond without
paying for the gasoline or diesel fuel. In addition to the forfeiture
penalties for conviction of this offense the Court may suspend the person=s
operating privileges for not more than six (6) months for a second offense,
the Court shall suspend the person=s operating privileges for not more than
six (6) months for a third offense and the Court shall suspend the person=s
operating privileges for one (1) year for a fourth offense.
31.23 ABSCONDING WITHOUT PAYING RENT.
No person who is occupying residential property as a tenant of that property as
defined in Section 704.01(4), Wisconsin Statutes, shall intentionally abscond
without paying all current and past due rent unless that person has provided that
landlord with a security deposit that equals or exceeds the amount that the
person owes the landlord regarding rent and damage to property.
31.24 CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO RAILROADS.
A.
No person shall intentionally cause damage or cause another person to
damage, tamper, change or destroy any railroad track, switch, bridge,
trestle, or signal or any railroad property used in providing rail
services, which could cause an injury, accident or derailment.
B.
No person shall intentionally shoot a firearm or throw, shoot or propel a
stone, brick or other missile at any railroad train, car, caboose or
engine.
C.
No person shall intentionally throw or deposit any type of debris or waste
material on or along any railroad track or right-of-way which could cause
an injury or accident.
31.25 ENTRY INTO LOCKED VEHICLE.
No person shall intentionally enter the locked and enclosed portion or
compartment of the vehicle of another without consent and with intent to steal.
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31.26 ENTRY INTO LOCKED COIN BOX.
A.
Intent to Steal.
No person shall intentionally enter a locked coin box of another without
consent and with intent to steal.
B.
Devices.
No person shall have in his/her personal possession any device or
instrumentality intended, designed or adapted for use in breaking into any
coin box, with intent to use the device or instrumentality to break into a
coin box.
C.
Definitions.
In this section coin box shall have the meanings as defined in '943.125(3),
Wisconsin Statutes.
31.27 CRIMINAL TRESPASS TO A MEDICAL FACILITY.
No person may intentionally enter a hospital, clinic or office that is used by a
physician licensed to practice medicine in the State of Wisconsin without the
consent of some person lawfully upon the premises, under circumstances tending to
create or provoke a breach of the peace.
31.28 ENTRY ONTO A CONSTRUCTION SITE OR INTO A LOCKED BUILDING,
DWELLING OR
ROOM.
A.
Entry Prohibited.
No person may enter the locked or posted construction site or the locked
and enclosed building, dwelling or room of another without the consent of
the owner or person in lawful possession of the premises.
B.
Definitions.
In this section, construction site, posted and owner or person in lawful
possession of the premises shall have the meanings as defined in
'943.15(2), Wisconsin Statutes.
31.29 USE OF CHEATING TOKENS.
No person shall obtain the property or services of another by depositing anything
which he/she knows is not lawful money or an authorized token in any receptacle
used for the deposit of coins or tokens.
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31.30 REFUSAL TO PAY FOR A MOTOR BUS OR TAXICAB RIDE.
No person shall intentionally enter a motor bus or taxicab that transports
persons for hire and refuse to pay, without delay, upon demand of the operator or
other person in charge of the motor bus or taxicab, the prescribed transportation
fare.
31.31 ISSUE OF WORTHLESS CHECK.
No person shall issue any check or other order for payment which, at the time of
issuance, he/she intends shall not be paid.
31.32 REMOVAL OF SHOPPING CART.
No person shall intentionally remove a shopping cart or stroller from either the
shopping area or a parking area adjacent to the shopping area to another place
without authorization of the owner or person in charge and with the intent to
deprive the owner permanently of possession of such property.
31.33 PURCHASE OR POSSESSION OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS BY CHILDREN PROHIBITED.
Except as otherwise specifically provided in this ordinance, all provisions of
Section 938.983 of the Wisconsin Statutes, and as the same may hereafter be
amended from time to time, describing and defining regulations with respect to
the purchase and possession of tobacco products by children, is hereby adopted
and by reference made a part of this ordinance as if fully set forth herein. Any
act required to be performed or which is prohibited by any statute incorporated
herein by reference is required or prohibited by this ordinance. The penalty for
violation of any provision of this ordinance shall be imposed as provided by
Section 1.05 of the Allouez Village Code.
31.34 UNLAWFUL USE OF TELEPHONE.
No person shall:
A.
With intent to frighten, intimidate, threaten, abuse or harass, make a
telephone call and threaten to inflict injury or physical harm to any
person or the property of any person;
B.
With intent to frighten, intimidate, threaten, abuse, or offend, telephone
another and use any obscene, lewd or profane language or suggest any lewd
or lascivious act;
C.
Make a telephone call whether or not conversation ensues, without
disclosing his or her identity and with intent to abuse or threaten any
person at the called number;
D.
Make or cause the telephone of another to repeatedly ring, with intent to
harass any person at the called number;
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E.
Make repeated telephone calls, whether or not conversation ensues, with
intent solely to harass any person at the called number; or
F.
Knowingly permit any telephone under his or her control to be used for any
purpose prohibited by this section.
G.
Dial the telephone number “911” knowing that no emergency in fact
exists or dial the telephone number “911” and report a fact situation that
he or she knows does not exist. For purposes of this section, “emergency”
shall mean a situation in which property or human life are in jeopardy and
the prompt summing of aid is essential.
31.35 PROHIBITION AGAINST LOITERING
D.
Loitering. A person commits a violation if he or she loiters or prowls in
a place, at a time, or in a manner not usual for law abiding individuals
under circumstances that warrant alarm for the safety of persons or
property in the vicinity. Among the circumstances which may be considered
in determining whether such alarm is warranted is the fact that the actor
takes flight on appearance of a peace officer, refuses to identify him or
her self, or manifestly endeavors to conceal him or her self or any object.
Unless flight by the actor or other circumstances make it impractical, a
peace officer shall prior to any arrest for an offense under this section
afford the actor an opportunity to dispel any alarm which would otherwise
be warranted, by requesting the actor to identify him or her self and
explain the presence and or conduct. No person shall be convicted of an
offense under this section if the police officer did not comply with the
preceding sentence, or if it appears at trial that the explanation given by
the actor was true and if believed by the peace officer at the time would
have dispelled the alarm.
E.
Prohibited Daytime Loitering by Minors. It is unlawful for any minor under
the age of 18 years who is subject to compulsory education to loiter,
congregate, wander, stroll, stand, play, or be in or upon the public
streets, highways, roads, alleys, parks, playground, or other public
grounds, public places, public buildings, places or amusement, eating
places, vacant lots, or any other unsupervised place during hours of
required school attendance. Unless flight by the actor or other
circumstances make it impractical, a peace officer shall, prior to any
arrest for an offense under this section, afford the actor an opportunity
to dispel any alarm which would otherwise be warranted by requesting the
actor to identify him or her self or explain their absence from school or
other conduct. Additionally, this section does not apply:
1.
When the minor is accompanied by his or her parent, guardian
or other adult person having the care or custody of the
minor; or
2.
When the minor is on an emergency errand directed by his or
her parent or guardian or other adult person having care or
custody of the minor; or
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3.
When the minor is going or coming directly from or to his or
her place of gainful employment, or to or from a medical
appointment; or
4.
To students who have permission to leave school campus for
lunch or for school related activities and have in their
possession a valid, school issued, off campus permit.
31.36 CAMPING ON PUBLIC PROPERTY.
No camping is allowed on any public property or parking lots held out for public
use in the Village of Allouez. Camping is defined as temporary shelters such as
tents or the use of a motor home or the use of a pop-up trailer as a temporary
shelter. Public property is that property owned by the Village of Allouez and
any property held open for public use and includes all Village Parks and Streets.
No camping is allowed in Village Parks unless authorized by the Park Director.
The parking and occupancy of a motor vehicle on public property or parking lots
held out for public use for more than four (4) hours in the same area over the
course of two (2) calendar days is prohibited.
31.37 MENACING OR AGGRESSIVE PANHANDLING PROHIBITED.
A.
Purpose. The purpose of this ordinance is to ensure unimpeded pedestrian
traffic flow, to maintain and protect the physical safety and well-being of
pedestrians and to otherwise foster a safe and harassment-free climate in
public places in the Village of Allouez.
B.
Definitions.
C.
As used in this section:
1.
“Public place” or “Place open to the public” is an area generally
visible to public view and includes streets, sidewalks, bridges,
alleys, plazas, parks, driveways, parking lots, automobiles (whether
moving or not), and buildings open to the general public including
those which serve food or drink, or provide entertainment, and the
doorways or entrances in buildings or dwellings and the grounds
enclosing them;
2.
A conversation or gesture or both shall be construed as “threatening”
if a reasonably prudent individual would perceive such conduct as
intending to result in the procurement of money or goods by threat or
coercion.
3.
Behavior shall be construed as “aggressive” or “intimidating” if a
reasonably prudent individual could be deterred from passing through
or remaining in or near any thoroughfare, or place open to the public
because of fear, concern or apprehension.
In or near any thoroughfare or place open to the public, no person either
individually or as part of a group shall procure or attempt to procure a
handout from another in a manner under circumstances manifesting an express
or implied threat or coercion.
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Among the circumstances which may be considered in determining whether such
purpose or behavior is manifested are the following: that such person is a
known panhandler; that such person repeatedly and in a threatening fashion,
beckons to, stops, or attempts to stop passer(s)-by; that such person
engages pass(s)-by in threatening conversation; or that such person
utilizes threatening bodily gestures. The violator=s conduct must be such
as to demonstrate a specific intent to induce, solicit, or procure from
another goods or money by threat or coercion. No arrest shall be made for
a violation of this subsection unless the arresting officer first affords
such person an opportunity to explain such conduct, and no one shall be
convicted of violating this subsection if it appears at trial that the
explanation given was true and disclosed a lawful purpose.
D.
In or near any thoroughfare or place open to the public, no person either
individually or as part of a group shall procure or attempt to procure a
handout from another in an aggressive or intimidating manner. Among the
circumstances which may be considered in determining whether such purpose
or behavior is manifested are the following: that such person is a known
panhandler; that such person continues to beckon to, accost or follow or
ask passer(s)-by for a handout after the passer(s)-by has failed to respond
or has told the person “no”; that such person engages in a course of
conduct or commits any act which harasses or intimidates the passer(s)-by;
or that such person utilizes or attempts to utilize bodily gestures or
physical contact to impede the path of any passer(s)-by, including but not
limited to unwanted touching or blocking the path or impeding the free
movement of the passer(s)-by. The violator’s conduct must be such as to
demonstrate a specific intent to induce, solicit, or procure from another
goods or money by aggressive or intimidating behavior. No arrest shall be
made for a violation of this subsection unless the arresting officer first
affords such person an opportunity to explain such conduct, and no one
shall be convicted of violating this subsection if it appears at trial that
the explanation given was true and disclosed a lawful purpose.
E.
Penalty. Any person violating this section shall be subject to a
forfeiture of not less than $500 nor more than $1,000, notwithstanding any
provision of this chapter setting a different penalty.
F.
Severability. The provisions of this section are severable. If any
provision of the section is held to be invalid or unconstitutional or if
the application of any provision of this section to any person or
circumstance is held to invalid or unconstitutional, such holding shall not
affect the other provision or applications of this section which can be
given effect without the invalid or unconstitutional provisions or
applications. It is hereby declared to be the intent of the Village Board
that this section would have been adopted had any invalid or
unconstitutional provision or applications not been included herein.
31.38 PENALTIES.
Any person convicted of violating the provisions of Sections 31.23 through 31.37
shall be subject to the penalties imposed by Section 1.05 of the Allouez Village
Code.
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31.39 SEXUAL OFFENDER RESTRICTIONS - LOITERING.
A.
B.
FINDINGS AND INTENT
1.
This ordinance is a regulatory measure aimed at protecting the health
and safety of children in the Village of Allouez from the risk that
sexual offenders convicted of an offense against a child may reoffend in locations close to where children congregate. Given the
high rate of recidivism for sexual offenders, and that reducing
opportunity and temptation is important to minimizing the risk of reoffense, there is a need to protect children where they congregate or
play in public places. Therefore, the Village finds and declares
that sexual offenders are a serious threat to the public safety of
children if regulatory measures are not in place that prohibit their
loitering in specified areas designated as places children commonly
congregate. The Village of Allouez finds and declares that in
addition to schools and daycare centers, children congregate or play
at child-oriented facilities, such as parks and playgrounds.
2.
It is not the intent of this ordinance to impose a criminal penalty,
but rather to serve the Village’s compelling interest to promote,
protect, and improve the health, safety, and welfare of the children
of the Village by prohibiting convicted sexual offenders from
loitering in specified areas around locations where children
regularly congregate in concentrated numbers.
It is the further
intent of this ordinance to recognize that convicted sexual offenders
must reenter the community, and the Village of Allouez hereby accepts
that it has a responsibility to convicted sexual offenders and the
surrounding area municipalities to ensure that, in addition to
promoting regulatory measures aimed at protecting children, its
regulatory measures are not aimed at prohibiting convicted sexual
offenders from being part of this society.
DEFINITIONS
The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this ordinance, shall
have the meanings ascribed to them in this section, except when the context
clearly indicates a different meaning:
1.
Child means a person age 16 or younger for purposes of this
ordinance.
2.
Designated Offender means any person who is required to register
under Wis. Stat. 301.45 and/or is under court ordered supervision by
the Wisconsin Department of Corrections for any sexual offense
against a child, unless the person is under the age eighteen at the
time of the offense and the offender was not tried and convicted of
the offense as an adult.
3.
Loitering means, whether in a group, crowd, or as an individual, to
stand idly about, loaf, prowl, congregate, wander, stand, linger
aimlessly, proceed slowly or with many stops, to delay or dawdle, for
the purpose of interacting or attempting to interact with children
(excepting children or relatives of the designated offender), taking
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or attempting to take photographs of children (excepting children or
relatives of the designated offender), or engaging in activities that
would be of interest to children (excepting children or relatives of
the designated offender) or when otherwise serves no legitimate
purpose.
4.
Loiter Free Zones:
a.
b.
C.
D.
The following areas including a surrounding fifty (50) foot
radius where children congregate are designated by the Village
to be loiter free zones including but not limited to:
(1)
schools;
(2)
a public park, parkway, parkland, park facility;
(3)
a public playground;
(4)
a public recreational trail;
(5)
licensed day care centers;
(6)
or any other place designated by the Village as a place
where children are known to congregate;
Loiter Free Zone Maps: an official map, maintained by the
Village, showing Loiter Free Zones designated in Purple (the
“Loiter Free Zone Map”). The Village shall update the Loiter
Free Zone Map at least annually to reflect any changes in the
location of Loiter Free Zones. Loiter Free Zone Maps will be
available at the Village’s office and on the Village’s official
web site.
PROHIBITED LOCATION AND/OR ACTS
1.
It is unlawful for a Designated offender to loiter within a Loiter
Free Zone.
2.
Holiday Prohibition: It is unlawful for any Designated Offender to
participate in a holiday event involving children under 16 years of
age, such as distributing candy or other items to children on
Halloween, wearing a Santa Claus costume on or preceding Christmas or
wearing an Easter Bunny costume on or preceding Easter. Holiday
events in which the Designated Offender is the parent or guardian of
the children involved, and no non-familial children are present, are
exempt from this paragraph.
PENALTIES
A person who violates this ordinance shall be punished by a forfeiture not
exceeding $2,000.00, together with the actual costs of prosecution,
including attorney fees, if necessary.
E.
SEVERABILITY
The provisions of this ordinance shall be deemed severable and it is
expressly declared that the Village Board would have passed the other
provisions of this ordinance irrespective of whether or not one or more
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provisions may be declared invalid. If any provision of this ordinance is
held invalid, the reminder of the ordinance shall not be affected.
31.40 SMOKING REGULATIONS. Section 101.123, Wis. Stats., as amended from time to time,
is adopted by reference and incorporated as though fully set forth herein, except
for the definition of “enclosed place”.
101.123 Smoking prohibited.
(1)
Definitions. In this section:
(ab) "Assisted living facility" means a community-based residential
facility, as defined in s. 50.01 (1g), a residential care apartment
complex, as defined in s. 50.01 (1d), or an adult family home, as
defined in s. 50.01 (1) (b).
(abm) "Child care center" has the meaning given in s. 49.136 (1) (ad).
(ac) "Correctional facility" means any of the following:
1.
A state prison, as defined or named in s. 302.01, except a
correctional institution under s. 301.046 (1) or 301.048 (4)
(b) if the institution is the prisoner's place of residence and
no one is
2.
A juvenile detention facility, as defined in s. 938.02 (10r),
or a juvenile correctional facility, as defined in s. 938.02
(10p), except a juvenile correctional facility authorized under
s. 938.533 (3) (b), 938.538 (4) (b), or 938.539 (5) if the
facility is a private residence in which the juvenile is placed
and no one is employed there to ensure that the juvenile
remains in custody.
3.
A jail, as defined in s. 165.85 (2) (bg), a Huber facility
under s. 303.09, a work camp under s. 303.10, a reforestation
camp under s. 303.07, or a lockup facility under s. 302.30.
(ae) "Educational facility" means any building used principally for
educational purposes in which a school is located or a course of
instruction or training program is offered that has been approved or
licensed by a state agency or board.
(aj) Notwithstanding s. 101.01 (5), "employment" means any trade,
occupation, or process of manufacture or any method of carrying on
such trade, occupation, or process of manufacture in which any person
may be engaged.
(ak) "Enclosed place" means all space between a floor and a ceiling that
is bounded by walls, doors, or windows, whether open or closed,
covering more than 50 percent of the combined surface area of the
vertical planes constituting the perimeter of the area. A wall
includes any retractable divider, garage door, or other physical
barrier, whether temporary or permanent. A 0.011 gauge screen with
an 18 by 16 mesh count is not a wall.
(ar) "Immediate vicinity of the state capitol" means the area directly
adjacent to the state capitol building, as determined by rule of the
department of administration. "Immediate vicinity of the state
capitol" does not include any location that is more than six feet
from the state capitol building.
(b)
"Inpatient health care facility" means a hospital, as defined in s.
50.33 (2), a county home established under s. 49.70, a county
infirmary established under s. 49.72, a nursing home, as defined in
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(bn)
(d)
(dj)
(dn)
(e)
(eg)
(f)
(g)
(gg)
(h)
(hm)
(i)
(id)
s. 50.01 (3), a hospice, as defined in s. 50.90 (1), a Wisconsin
veterans home under s. 45.50, or a treatment facility.
"Lodging establishment" means any of the following:
1.
A bed and breakfast establishment, as defined in s. 254.61 (1).
2.
A hotel, as defined in s. 254.61 (3).
3.
A tourist rooming house, as defined in s. 254.61 (6).
"Person in charge" means the person, or his or her agent, who
ultimately controls, governs or directs the activities aboard a
public conveyance or at a location where smoking is prohibited or
regulated under this section.
Notwithstanding s. 101.01 (11), "place of employment" means any
enclosed place that employees normally frequent during the course of
employment, including an office, a work area, an elevator, an
employee lounge, a restroom, a conference room, a meeting room, a
classroom, a hallway, a stairway, a lobby, a common area, a vehicle,
or an employee cafeteria.
"Private club" means a facility used by an organization that limits
its membership and is organized for a recreational, fraternal,
social, patriotic, political, benevolent, or athletic purpose.
"Public conveyance" means a mass transit vehicle as defined in s.
340.01 (28m), a school bus as defined in s. 340.01 (56), or any other
device by which persons are transported, for hire, on a highway or by
rail, water, air, or guidewire within this state, but does not
include such a device while providing transportation in interstate
commerce.
"Public place" means any enclosed place that is open to the public,
regardless of whether a fee is charged or a place to which the public
has lawful access or may be invited.
"Restaurant" means an establishment as defined in s. 254.61 (5).
"Retail establishment" means any store or shop in which retail sales
is the principal business conducted.
"Retail tobacco store" means a retail establishment that does not
have a "Class B" intoxicating liquor license or a Class "B" fermented
malt beverages license and that generates 75 percent or more of its
gross annual income from the retail sale of tobacco products and
accessories.
"Smoking" means burning or holding, or inhaling or exhaling smoke
from, any of the following items containing tobacco:
1.
A lighted cigar.
2.
A lighted cigarette.
3.
A lighted pipe.
4.
Any other lighted smoking equipment.
"Sports arena" means any stadium, pavilion, gymnasium, swimming pool,
skating rink, bowling center, or other building where spectator
sporting events are held.
"State institution" means a mental health institute, as defined in s.
51.01 (12), a center for the developmentally disabled, as defined in
s. 51.01 (3), or a secure mental health facility at which persons are
committed under s. 980.06.
"Substantial wall" means a wall with an opening that may be used to
allow air in from the outside that is less than 25 percent of the
wall's surface area.
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(im)
(2)
(2m)
"Tavern" means an establishment, other than a restaurant, that holds
a "Class B" intoxicating liquor license or Class "B" fermented malt
beverages license.
(in) "Tobacco bar" means a tavern that generates 15 percent or more of its
annual gross income from the sale on the tavern premises, other than
from a vending machine, of cigars and tobacco for pipes.
(io) "Tobacco product" means any form of tobacco prepared in a manner
suitable for smoking but not including a cigarette.
(ip) "Treatment facility" means a publicly or privately operated inpatient
facility that provides treatment of alcoholic, drug dependent,
mentally ill, or developmentally disabled persons.
(j)
"Type 1 juvenile correctional facility" has the meaning given in s.
938.02 (19).
Prohibition against smoking.
(a)
Except as provided in sub. (3), no person may smoke in any of the
following enclosed places:
1g.
The state capitol.
1m.
Residence halls or dormitories owned or operated by a college
or university.
1r.
Child care centers.
2.
Educational facilities.
3.
Inpatient health care facilities.
4.
Theaters.
5m.
Correctional facilities.
5t.
State institutions.
7.
Restaurants.
7m.
Taverns.
7r.
Private clubs.
8.
Retail establishments.
8d.
Common areas of multiple-unit residential properties.
8g.
Lodging establishments.
8r.
State, county, city, village, or town buildings.
9.
All enclosed places, other than those listed in subds. 1g. to
8r. that are places of employment or that are public places.
(d)
No person may smoke at any of the following outdoor locations:
1.
In the immediate vicinity of the state capitol.
2.
Anywhere on the premises of a child care center when children
who are receiving child care services are present.
3.
Anywhere on the grounds of a Type 1 juvenile correctional
facility.
4.
A location that is 25 feet or less from a residence hall or
dormitory that is owned or operated by the Board of Regents of
the University of Wisconsin System.
(e)
No person may smoke in any of the following:
1.
A sports arena.
2.
A bus shelter.
3.
A public conveyance.
Responsibility of persons in charge.
(a)
No person in charge may allow any person to smoke in violation of
sub. (2) at a location that is under the control or direction of the
person in charge.
(b)
A person in charge may not provide matches, ashtrays, or other
equipment for smoking at the location where smoking is prohibited.
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(c)
(3)
(4m)
(6)
(7)
A person in charge shall make reasonable efforts to prohibit persons
from smoking at a location where smoking is prohibited by doing all
of the following:
1.
Posting signs setting forth the prohibition and providing other
appropriate notification and information concerning the
prohibition.
2.
Refusing to serve a person, if the person is smoking in a
restaurant, tavern, or private club.
3.
Asking a person who is smoking to refrain from smoking and, if
the person refuses to do so, asking the person to leave the
location.
(d)
If a person refuses to leave a location after being requested to do
so as provided in par. (c) 3., the person in charge shall immediately
notify an appropriate law enforcement agency of the violation.
(e)
A person in charge may take measures in addition to those listed in
pars. (b) and (c) to prevent persons from being exposed to others who
are smoking or to further ensure compliance with this section.
Exceptions. The prohibition against smoking in sub. (2) (a) does not apply
to the following:
(h)
A private residence.
(i)
A room used by only one person in an assisted living facility as his
or her residence.
(j)
A room in an assisted living facility in which 2 or more persons
reside if every person who lives in that room smokes and each of
those persons has made a written request to the person in charge of
the assisted living facility to be placed in a room where smoking is
allowed.
(l)
A retail tobacco store that is in existence on June 3, 2009, and in
which only the smoking of cigars and pipes is allowed.
(m)
A tobacco bar that is in existence on June 3, 2009, and in which only
the smoking of cigars and pipes is allowed.
Local authority. This section does not limit the authority of any county,
city, village or town to enact ordinances or of any school district to
adopt policies that, complying with the purpose of this section, protect
the health and comfort of the public. If a county, city, village, or town
enacts an ordinance, or if a school district adopts a policy, regulating or
prohibiting outside smoking in certain areas as authorized under this
subsection, the ordinance may apply only to public property under the
jurisdiction of the county, city, village, town, or school district. Such
ordinance shall provide that the person in charge of a restaurant, tavern,
private club, or retail establishment located in an area subject to the
ordinance may designate an outside area that is a reasonable distance from
any entrance to the restaurant, tavern, private club, or retail
establishment where customers, employees, or persons associated with the
restaurant, tavern, private club, or retail establishment may smoke. Such
ordinance may not define the term "reasonable distance" or set any
specified measured distance as being a "reasonable distance."
Uniform signs. The department shall, by rule, specify uniform dimensions
and other characteristics of the signs required under sub. (2m). These
rules may not require the use of signs that are more expensive than is
necessary to accomplish their purpose.
Signs for state agencies. The department shall arrange with the department
of administration to have signs prepared and made available to state
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(8)
(9)
31.41
agencies for use in state facilities that set forth the prohibition against
smoking.
Penalties.
(a)
Any person who violates sub. (2) shall be subject to a forfeiture of
not less than $100 nor more than $250 for each violation.
(d)
Except as provided in par. (dm) or (em), any person in charge who
violates sub. (2m) (b) to (d) shall be subject to a forfeiture of
$100 for each violation.
(dm) For violations subject to the forfeiture under par. (d), if the
person in charge has not previously received a warning notice for a
violation of sub. (2m) (b) to (d), the law enforcement officer shall
issue the person in charge a warning notice and may not issue a
citation.
(em) No person in charge may be required under par. (d) to forfeit more
than $100 in total for all violations of sub. (2m) (b) to (d)
occurring on a single day.
Injunction. Notwithstanding s. 165.60, state or local officials or any
affected party may institute an action in any court with jurisdiction to
enjoin repeated violations of this section.
SMOKING PROHIBITED WITHIN AND UPON ALL VILLAGE PARKLANDS AND TRAILS.
(1)
PURPOSE.
(a)
(2)
(3)
The purpose of this section is to protect the health, welfare,
and safety of the public and to reduce littering upon public
grounds by prohibiting the use of smoking related products and
electronic smoking devices within and upon all village public
parklands and trails.
DEFINITIONS. The following terms, whenever used in this section,
shall have the meanings set forth below:
(a)
Smoking Related Products. All items that produce smoke that
may be inhaled or ingested including, but not limited to,
cigarettes, cigars, and pipes.
(b)
Electronic Smoking Devices. The term includes any such device,
whether manufactured, distributed, marketed, or sold as an ecigarette, e-cigar, e-pipe, e-hookah, or vape pen, or under any
other product name or descriptor. E-cigarettes shall include
any product containing or delivering nicotine or any other
substance intended for human consumption that can be used by
persons to simulate smoking through inhalation of vapor or
aerosol from the product.
(c)
Public Parklands and Trails. All public parks, parkways,
trails, or other lands owned by or leased to the Village of
Allouez for recreational purposes.
SMOKING PROHIBITED.
(a)
The use of smoking related products and electronic smoking
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devices shall be prohibited on all Village public parklands and
trails.
(4)
PENALTY.
Any person violating the provisions of Sec. 31.41, shall be subject
to the penalties imposed by Section 1.05 of the Allouez Village Code.
31.42
SEXUAL OFFENDER RESIDENCY RESTRICTIONS
A.
FINDINGS AND INTENT. The village Board finds that repeat sex offenders,
sex offenders who use physical violence, and sex offenders who prey on
children are sex predators who present an extreme threat to the public
safety. Sex offenders are extremely likely to use physical violence and to
repeat their offenses; and most sex offenders commit many offenses, have
many more victims than are ever reported, and are prosecuted for only a
fraction of their crimes. This makes the cost of sex offender
victimization to society, while incalculable, clearly exorbitant. It is
the intent of this section not to impose a criminal penalty but to serve
the village’s compelling interest to promote, protect, and improve the
health, safety and welfare of the citizens of the village by creating areas
around locations where children regularly congregate in concentrated
numbers wherein certain sex offenders and sex predators are prohibited from
establishing temporary or permanent residence.
B.
DEFINITIONS.
For the purposes of this section:
(1)
“Child” means a person under the age of 16 years.
(2)
“Designated offender” means any person who is required to
register under s. 301.45, Wis. Stats., for any offense against
A child or any person who is required to register under
s. 301-45, Wis. Stats., and who has been designated a Special
Bulletin Notification (SBN) sex offender pursuant to
s. 301.46(2) and (2m), Wis. Stats.
(3)
(4)
“Permanent residence” means a place where the person abides,
lodges, or resides for 14 or more consecutive days.
“Temporary residence” means a place where the person abides,
lodges or resides for a period of 14 or more days in the
aggregate during any calendar year and which is not the
person’s permanent address or a place where the person
routinely abides, lodges or resides for a period of 4 or more
consecutive or non-consecutive days in any month and which is
not the person’s permanent residence.
C. RESIDENCY RESTRICTION.
(1)
Restriction. In absence of a court order specifically
exempting a designated offender from the residency restriction
in this subsection, a designated offender shall not establish a
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permanent residence or temporary residence within 2,000 feet of
any school, licensed day care center, park, recreational trail,
playground, parkway or any other place designated by the
village as a place where children are known to congregate.
(2)
D.
E.
Measurement of Distance.
(a)
The distance shall be measured by following a straight line
from the outer property line of the permanent or temporary
residence to the nearest outer property line of a school,
licensed day care center, park, recreational trail, playground
or any other place designated by the village as a place where
children are known to congregate.
(b)
The Village clerk shall maintain an official map showing
prohibited locations. The village clerk shall update the map
at least annually to reflect any changes in the prohibited
locations. These prohibited locations shall be designated on
the map as child safety zones.
RESIDENCY RESTRICTION EXCEPTIONS. A designated offender residing
within a prohibited area as specified in sub. 3. Does not commit a
violation of this section if any of the following applies.
(1)
The person established a permanent residence or temporary
residence and reported and registered the residence as
provided in s. 301.45 Wis. Stats., before the effective
day of this section.
(2)
The person was under 17 years of age and is not required
to register under s. 301.45 or 301.46, Wis. Stats.
(3)
The school, licensed day care center, park, recreational
trail, playground, parkway or any other place designated
by the village as a place where children are known to
congregate within 2,000 feet of the person’s permanent or
temporary residence was opened after the person established the
permanent or temporary residence and reported and registered the
residence as provided in s. 301.45, Wis. Stats.
(4)
The residence is also the primary residence of the person's spouse,
parents, grandparents, siblings or children provided that the spouse,
parents, grandparents, siblings or children established the residence
at least 2 years before the designated offender established residence
at the location.
PENALTIES. If a person violates sub. C. by establishing a residence
or occupying a residential premises within 2,000 feet of those
premises as described herein, without any exception(s) as also set
forth above, the Village Attorney, upon referral from the Chief of
Police or his/her designee and the written determination by the Chief
of Police or his/her designee that upon all of the facts,
circumstances and the purposes of this ordinance such residence
occupancy presents an activity or use of property that interferes
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substantially with the comfortable enjoyment of life, health or
safety of another or others, shall bring an action in the name of the
Village in the Circuit Court for Brown County to permanent enjoin
such residency as a public nuisance. In addition to the aforesaid
injunctive relief, such person shall be subject to a forfeiture of
not less than $1,000 nor more than $2,500 for each violation and in
default of payment may be imprisoned as provided by law. Each day a
violation continues shall constitute a separate offense. In
addition, the Village may undertake all other legal and equitable
remedies to prevent or remove a violation of this ordinance.
F.
SEVERABILITY. The provisions of this ordinance shall be deemed
severable and it is expressly declared that the Village Board would
have passed the other provisions of this ordinance irrespective of
whether or not one or more provisions may be declared invalid. If
any provision of this ordinance is held invalid, the remainder of the
ordinance shall not be affected.
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