Photos Of Illegally Parked Vehicles
on West Elm St. and West Sycamore From June, 2012 to
This kind of parking situation degrades our neighborhood
from being mentioned in "Money Magazine".
Code Enforcement, The Police Chief, and City Council have
allowed 2 vendor business to operate out of the Sycamore
Cul-de-sac over a 1.5 year period, starting March, 2012 to
November, 2013. We in the neighborhood talk constantly
of the public corruption and $$$$ changing hands to allow this
illegal vendor activity for so many years.One
Vendor is "Mr. Rooter. The other Vendor is "Handyman".
I put in a "verified statement"
against Louisville's Police Chief and Louisville's
Head of Code Enforcement. They have to explain
why they are allowing the illegal actions from renters
in our neighborhood. I hope some positive
changes comes from it. I also put in a "verified
statement" against our mayor and a Ward II
representative. I took them to court and the
situation is still continuing. What is the point
of having a court system in our city? Louisville, CO Municipal
City Codes Here are 5 of our City laws
from our Municode.
low density R-L.The
residential low density R-L district is
comprised of typical urban density
single-family residential areas.
commercial neighborhood C-N district is
comprised of areas to accommodate mixed
residential and commercial uses. Uses in
this district shall be strictly reviewed
to ensure compatibility.
commercial community C-C is a district
comprised of areas to provide for a
restricted range of retail sales and
services including opportunities for a
limited variety of comparative shoppers'
commercial business C-B is a district
comprised of areas to provide for a full
range of retail sales and services
including opportunities for a complete
variety of comparative shoppers' goods.
It is unlawful for any person to
knowingly disobey the lawful order of any police
officer, firefighter, or emergency personnel giving
incident to the discharge of the official duties of such
police officer or firefighter.
(Code 1977, § 9.04.050; Ord. No.
748-1981, § 4)
Sec. 10.20.040.Oversized commercial
commercial vehicle, defined as any vehicle registered, licensed
or used for commercial purposes or displaying advertisements for
commercial enterprise and exceeding 18 feet in length, 18 feet
in combined length for vehicles with trailers, or eight feet in
height, or 8,000 pounds in weight by the G.V.W. rating indicated
on vehicle, loaded or unloaded, shall be prohibited from all
zoning districts except with the following exceptions:
vehicles incidental to a commercial enterprise shall be
permitted on the premises of such commercial enterprise in C-C,
C-B, C-N, zoning.
Loading or unloading of
moving vans or similar type vehicles used for moving of personal
goods for a period of 24 hours or less.
Temporary parking for
pickup and delivery purposes for a period of four hours or less.
and/or machinery employed in any public works project in the
city parked at the site of and for the duration of such
residential lots, no more than two motor vehicles may
be parked on any area of the lot other than within a
fully enclosed structure or on the paved driveway
which is intended for parking or access to the garage
or carport. A motor vehicle which is parked or stored
on an improved surface adjacent to a paved driveway,
or in a rear yard, a side yard, or a side yard
adjacent to the street shall be counted towards the
limit of two such vehicles. No more than one such
motor vehicle may be an inoperable vehicle as defined
in section 8.16.040.D.1 of this Code.
-Parkingspaces not to
be used for storage or advertising.Requiredparkingspaces
shall be available for theparkingof
operable passenger automobiles of residents, customers,
patrons, and employees only, and shall not be used for the
storage of vehicles or materials or for theparkingof
trucks used in conducting the business or use, or for the
purpose of advertising.(Code 1977, §
17.20.100; Ord. No. 715-1981, § 15) This is from our Ethics Code
"Open Government & Ethics Pamphlet 2013
Other Ethics Rules of Interest
It also prohibits acts of advantage or favoritism and, in that
regard, prohibits special considerations, use of employee time for
personal or private
reasons, and use of City vehicles or equipment, except in same
manner as available to any other person (or in manner that will
substantially benefit City)."