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Subject: Philadelphia Code wording ASAP ASAP ASAP
Category: Relationships and Society > Law
Asked by: lkf-ga
List Price: $30.00
Posted: 14 Feb 2005 06:56 PST
Expires: 16 Mar 2005 06:56 PST
Question ID: 474284
I need the exact wording for Philadelphia PA code 10-712- Dropping
Litter From Aircraft

Clarification of Question by lkf-ga on 14 Feb 2005 07:42 PST
I tried the internet without success, need the info within 48 hours. 
If the exact wording is not available, a detailed explaination will
do.
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Subject: Re: Philadelphia Code wording ASAP ASAP ASAP
Answered By: markj-ga on 14 Feb 2005 08:07 PST
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
 
lkf-ga:

Here is the text of Philadelphia Code, Section 10-712:

"10-712. Dropping Litter from Aircraft. 

(1) No person shall throw out, drop or deposit any litter, handbill or
other object from an aircraft, so as to cause it to fall within the
City."



Here is the text of the "Penalties" section of the Philadelphia Code
that applies to violations of Section 10-712:


"10-719. Penalties. [126]

"(1) The penalty for violation of any provision of this Chapter,
except  10-710,  10-711,  10-723,  10-723.1, or  10-723.2 shall
be a minimum fine of one hundred (100) dollars and no more than three
hundred (300) dollars for each violation. The penalty for violation of
 10-710 of this Chapter shall be a fine of three hundred (300)
dollars or such equitable remedy as the Court may deem proper,
including, without limitation, an order to clean up unlawful dump
sites, or both. The penalty for violation of  10-711,  10-723, 
10-723.1 or  10-723.2 of this Chapter shall be a fine of three
hundred (300) dollars.[127]

"(2) Each day a violation continues or is permitted to continue shall
constitute a separate offense for which a separate penalty may be
imposed.

"(3) Any fine or costs imposed by the court shall be entered as a
judgment against the violator.

"(4) Any fine or other sanction imposed by the Court shall be paid or
satisfied within ten (10) days of its imposition. If the fine or
sanction together with any court cost is not paid or satisfied within
such period, the violator shall be subject to proceedings for contempt
of court and/or collection of the fine as provided for by law.[128]"


Here is a link to the online source for the information:

Society Created to Reduce Urban Blight: Philadelphia Code and Charter
http://www.urbanblight.org/resources/codes/maintoc.htm



Search Strategy:

I tried various combinations of search terms to find the information. 
It turned out that the one that was successful was the simplest:

"philadelphia code"
://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&rls=GGLB,GGLB:1969-53,GGLB:en&q=%22philadelphia+code%22+



Based on the specificity of your question, I am confident that this is
the information you are looking for, and I am pleased to be able to
give it to you so promptly.  If anything is unclear, please ask for
clarification before rating the answer.



markj-ga
lkf-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars
Thanks for the rapid response.

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Subject: Re: Philadelphia Code wording ASAP ASAP ASAP
From: markj-ga on 14 Feb 2005 08:57 PST
 
lkf -- 

You're quite welcome.  I'm glad you are pleased with the answer.

markj-ga

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