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BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 11.66 Open Storage of Sand and Gravel

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Chapter 11.66
Open Storage of Sand and Gravel

Sections:

11.66.010 Permit--Required.
11.66.020 Permit--Effective period--Renewal.
11.66.030 Fencing requirements--Gates.
11.66.040 Fencing requirements--Flood wall exception.
11.66.050 Penalty for violation.

11.66.010 Permit--Required.

The owner or occupant of any premises shall not permit sand, gravel, other similar aggregates having a particle size of less than one-half-inch diameter to be openly stored or piled at a height of twenty feet or more or loose materials if loaded out by the use of a conveyor to be openly stored or openly piled at a height greater than ten (10) feet, without first obtaining a permit from the Board of Public Service. The application for a permit shall contain a description and plat of the land proposed to be used for such open storage or piling and such other information the Board may reasonably require. Permits shall be issued by the Board of Public Service and shall contain such conditions and terms which the Board deems necessary to protect the public health and safety.
(Ord. 59481 1, 1985.)

11.66.020 Permit--Effective period--Renewal.

Permits required by the chapter shall be effective for one year and shall be renewed annually, and the initial permit must be applied for to the Board of Public Service within thirty days after the effective date of this ordinance.
(Ord. 59481 3, 1985.)

Editor's Note:

Ordinance 59481 was approved July 5, 1985.

11.66.030 Fencing requirements--Gates.

In addition to the other conditions and terms that the Board of Public Service may deem necessary to protect the public health and safety, all such premises, or those portions immediately adjacent to where such sand, gravel, similar aggregates, or loose materials are openly stored or openly piled, shall be enclosed by a chain-link fence at least eight (8) feet in height with a minimum of three strand barb wire attached at the top, unless the premises is fully enclosed by a fence prior to the effective date of this ordinance. Any gates for any fence must be locked except when opened for authorized ingress and egress from the premises. At such times when the gates are open the opening shall be protected from unauthorized entry by an attendant; or the gates shall have an automatic gate release system that activates from the exterior by authorized personnel, but prevents unauthorized entry.
(Ord. 59481 2, 1985.)

11.66.040 Fencing requirements--Flood wall exception.

The fencing requirement of this chapter shall not apply to any premises that is located directly east of where the flood wall is located.
(Ord. 59481 4, 1985.)

11.66.050 Penalty for violation.

Any owner, licensee or other person, firm, corporation or partnership convicted of violating this chapter shall be punished by a fine of not less than one hundred ($100.00) nor more than five hundred dollars ($500.00), or by imprisonment for not more than ninety (90) days, or by both such fine and imprisonment. Each day that any violation shall continue shall constitute a separate and distinct offense.
(Ord. 59481 5, 1985.)

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