Sec. 3-17. Signs over streets, sidewalks; where other advertising prohibited.
(a) No sign of any kind shall be permitted to project over or be suspended over or across any street or sidewalk except in accordance with the provisions of §3-94 of this Chapter.
(b) No person shall paste, paint, print, rope, bill, nail or pin any sign or any advertisement or notice of any kind whatsoever or cause the same to be done, on any curbstone, or in any portion of part of any sidewalk or street, tree, lamppost, telephone or telegraph pole, awning, porch or balcony or upon any other structure in the limits of any street or public right-of-way in the City, except such as may be required by this Code or other City ordinance.
(c) When any sign of the type enumerated in this Section is found in any place prohibited by this Section, it shall be prima facie evidence that such sign was so placed contrary to the provisions of this Section by the person to whom reference is thereby made.
(Code 1986, § 3-13; Ord. No. 9119, § 1, 2-14-89)