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The possession of an open container containing an alcoholic beverage in and upon the public ways, public parks, public places or public property of the Township shall be prima-facie evidence of consumption of such beverage in violation of this section. As used in this section, "public property" shall include all property owned by the Township. Passed 11-17-80.) (EDITOR'S NOTE: See Section 202.99 of the Administration Code for general Code penalty if no specific penalty is provided.) 608.01 Dogs and other animals running at large. 608.03 Keeping, raising or breeding of animals; shelters. (d) It shall be the duty of the Township police and/or the official Animal Warden, Animal Control Officer or Dog Catcher of the Township to seize and detain any dog and/or other animal, whether it is licensed or unlicensed, which is found running at large either upon the public streets or highways of the Township or upon the property of a person other than the owner of such dog or other animal. Passed 11-21-88.) (a) No person shall maintain, keep, harbor or transport any dangerous or vicious dog or other animal of any kind, or cause or permit the same to run at large within the Township.

It is the intent of this section to promote the general health, safety and welfare of the residents of the Township, and it is hereby determined that the uncontrolled consumption of alcoholic beverages in public is detrimental to health and safety. No person shall consume, whether inside or outside of a motor vehicle or in or upon public ways, public parks, public places or public property within the Township, any alcoholic beverage, or possess an open container of an alcoholic beverage. (c) No owner of any dog shall permit such dog to scatter, spill or otherwise disturb any household trash upon the premises of any other person in the Township or which has been set out for Municipal pick-up.

An animal infected with rabies shall be disposed of as directed by the Board. Young animals shall be vaccinated within thirty days after reaching the age of five months. Passed 11-21-88.) (a) All police officers of the Township and the official Animal Warden, Animal Control Officer and/or Dog Catcher, as well as the Board of Health and any other person designated by the Board of Commissioners of the Township, shall have the authority to enforce the provisions of this chapter. (d) If the penalty set forth in subsection (c) hereof is paid to the Township within a period of ten days from the date of the violation, then such penalty shall apply, rather than the increased penalties levied by a District Justice. Riot - see Crimes Code §§ 5501, 5502 Disorderly conduct - see Crimes Code § 5503 Public drunkenness - see Crimes Code § 5505 Loitering and prowling at night time - see Crimes Code § 5506 Peace disturbances by animals - see GEN. 608.12 (a) No person shall engage in any disorderly practice within the limits of Lower Chichester Township. Passed 7-17-44.) No person shall ride, operate or use skateboards, roller skates, roller blades, bicycles, sleds, skis, motorized vehicles, minibikes, all-terrain vehicles, motorized go-carts and nonmotorized wheeled vehicles upon the walking path and tennis courts of the Hewes Avenue Park. However, the foregoing exceptions shall not apply when such minor on an errand as aforesaid, or in the line of legally recognized employment as aforesaid, is playing or unnecessarily loitering in or upon such streets, highways, alleys or public places. Passed 9-20-76.) (a) It shall be unlawful for any person and/or persons or other entity to obstruct or permit the obstruction of any street, sidewalk, parking lot, stairway, aisle, corridor, or exit, in any business office, building, factory, hotel, school, church, theater, assembly hall, lodge or other public hall, or any building used by two or more tenants or families, in such a manner that it interferes with the free use of such street, sidewalk, stairway, aisle, corridor, or exit.

(d) The original Certificate of Rabies Vaccination shall be delivered to the Board of Health, the first copy shall be delivered to the owner and the second copy shall be retained by the issuing veterinarian. Passed 11-21-88.) The cost of examination, vaccination, impounding and preparation of an animal for laboratory analysis shall be borne by the owner of such animal. No commercial kennels shall be permitted within the Township. Upon receipt of such a request, the Township Secretary shall mail a copy of this section to the person identified as the owner, keeper or custodian of the dog or other animal causing the disturbance. (2) The feces removed from the aforementioned designated area shall be disposed of in a sanitary manner by the person owning, harboring, keeping or in charge of any dog or cat curbed in accordance with this subsection. (b) Seizure and detention of licensed dogs, costs in connection therewith, and the destruction of licensed dogs, shall conform to the provisions of Section 302 of the Pennsylvania Dog Law, 3 P. If, after such notice and warning, the minor is again found in violation of this section, the parent, guardian or legal custodian shall be proceeded against upon complaint by the police officer before the Justice of the Peace of the Township. Upon timely receipt of such notification, the Police Chief or Township Code Officer shall meet with the property owner within five days and attempt to reach an agreement. Each mechanical dishwashing machine shall be equipped with an accurate thermometer. The proprietor of an eating and drinking establishment shall have available upon the premises of such establishment the original container in which the chemical sanitizer currently employed was received from the distributor. Ice used in contact with food shall be from approved sources and handled in a sanitary manner. The animal shall be examined within forty-eight hours by a veterinarian and a written report of such examination, on forms supplied by the Board, shall be submitted by the owner to the Board. (e) "Veterinarian" means a graduate of an accredited school of veterinary medicine who is licensed to practice in the State. The owner of such animal shall confine it immediately for ten days as directed by the Board. (c) Each veterinarian, at the time of vaccinating any animal, shall complete a Certificate of Rabies Vaccination, in triplicate, which shall include the following: (1) The owner's name and address; (2) The description of the animal (breed, sex, markings, age, name); (3) The date of vaccination; (4) The rabies vaccination tag number; (5) The type of vaccine administered; (6) The manufacturer's serial number of the vaccine; and (7) The due date for revaccination. Passed 11-21-88.) Not more than two dogs may be housed on any residential or commercial premises within the Township. Passed 10-18-82.) (a) No person shall own, possess or control any dog or other animal, nor shall such animal owner permit any animal to cause annoyance, alarm, or noise disturbance for more than fifteen minutes of the day or night, by repeated barking, whining, screeching, howling, braying, or other like sounds which can be heard beyond the boundary of the owner's property. It shall also be required that the person making the complaint identify himself or herself by name and address. Further, the owner and/or keeper of any dog and/or other animal shall abate and clean any excrement and/or fecal material of such dog and/or other animal on streets, sidewalks and property of either the Municipality, the State or another person. The restriction in this section shall not apply to that portion of the street lying between the curblines, which may be used to curb such dog or cat under the following conditions: (1) The person who so curbs such dog or cat shall immediately remove all feces deposited by such dog or cat by any sanitary method. Passed 7-20-87.) (a) Police officers of the Township and the official Animal Warden, Animal Control Officer and Dog Catcher are hereby authorized to secure and use with reasonable precaution, any device or gun that propels an instrument, pellet or drug for the purpose of immobilizing or anesthetizing an animal for the purpose of securing and impounding such animal. (c) Seizure and detention of unlicensed dogs and the destruction thereof shall conform to the provisions of Section 303 of the Pennsylvania Dog Law, 3 P. Second offenses for any violation shall be thirty-five dollars (.00) and third offenses shall be one hundred dollars (0.00). A written notice of the violation with due warning shall be served in person or by mail to said parent, guardian or legal custodian of such child. It shall be unlawful for any property owner, lessee, or tenant to maintain, keep, lease or allow a disorderly house, room or other premises in the Township. Any such disorderly house, room, or other premises, that shall be disruptive to the peace and well being of the surrounding and greater community, is declared to be a public nuisance by either the Police or Township Code Officer. After the third and final incident as defined above, the Chief of Police, or his designee, and/or the Township Code Officer, shall within five days, notify the property owner in writing, by either certified mail, return receipt requested, posting, or personal service, of the Township's intent to initiate charges with the District Court, and further, to allow said property owner and or resident an additional five day period, commencing on the date of service, to notify the Police Chief or Township Code Officer, in writing, of said property resident/owner's desire to meet with the Police Chief or Township Code Officer in an attempt to rectify the condition to be cited. Heating facilities and thermostatic controls to provide hot water at 180 degrees Fahrenheit minimum temperature for the final rinse cycle shall be provided on mechanical dishwashing equipment. All refrigeration systems shall be kept clean and in good repair. (b) The owner of each unvaccinated animal temporarily brought into the Township for any purpose shall arrange for a vaccination against rabies within thirty days of first entry at any point in the County. (c) Any such request shall be in writing and shall identify and specify the residence of the owner, keeper or custodian of the dog or other animal. Passed 4-21-03.) (a) The owner and/or keeper of any dog or other animal shall abate and clean any excrement of such dog and/or other animal on his or her property so as not to present a public health hazard and/or nuisance. Passed 11-21-88.) (b) No person owning, harboring, keeping or in charge of any dog or cat shall cause, suffer or allow such dog or cat to soil, defile, defecate on or commit any nuisance on any common thoroughfare, sidewalk, passageway, bypath, play area or park, on any place where people congregate or walk, on any public property whatsoever, or on any private property without the permission of the owner of said property. Pursuant to such citation procedure, the penalty for household trash disturbance shall be ten dollars (.00) and the penalty for other violations shall be twenty dollars (.00). (d) It shall be the duty of police officers, constables and other officers of the peace finding any minor under eighteen years of age in or upon any of the streets, highways, alleys or public places of the Township after the hours set forth in subsection (a) hereof to take the name of such minor and the name and address of the parent, guardian or other person having legal custody thereof, to send the minor home, and to make a report of the same within twenty-four hours to the Chief of Police. (d) Penalty will be pursuant to Section 202.99 of the Administration Code for General Code Penalty of the Codified Ordinances of Lower Chichester Township. (b) Prohibition Against Maintenance of Disorderly House. The mechanical dishwashing installation shall be approved. All readily perishable food or drink and food or drink capable of supporting the growth of micro-organisms which can cause food infection and food intoxication, including, but not limited to, meat or meat products, fish and fish products, cream or custard-filled bakery products and puddings, milk and milk products, egg and potato salad, gravy, cream sauces, and dressings, shall be kept at or below fifty degrees Fahrenheit, provided that, where required for preparation, serving or transportation, they may be kept at intermediate temperature for a total time not to exceed two hours. Where such readily perishable foods are displayed, prepared, transported or served, a refrigeration system capable of holding all such foods at a temperature below fifty degrees Fahrenheit shall be provided and maintained. The use or operation of any such radio, television, phonograph, jukebox, musical instrument or other device between the hours of p.m. that is plainly audible shall be prima facie evidence of a violation of this chapter. 674.10 Obstructions, dangerous structures, weeds, etc., on public and private property. No owner or user of such a vehicle, and no owner or occupier of any property, shall allow, permit or suffer such vehicle to be left upon any privately owned property unless the same is authorized in conjunction with a business properly operated pursuant to the zoning laws of the Township of Lower Chichester. (2) "Food vendor" means any person who transports, distributes or sells to the public prepared foods or perishable food of a kind deemed by the Board of Health to be capable of causing human food-borne illness, from any food service establishment, truck, trailer, cart, bicycle or other vehicle, from any other vehicle, or from any vending machine, container or other type of equipment. The communication must state the nature of the nuisance, the location thereof and the name of the owner or occupant of the property upon which such nuisance is alleged to exist. Any such establishment shall be equipped and operated in compliance with the provisions of Act No. The permit shall at all times be kept posted prominently in the food vending vehicle or on the equipment. hereof shall be deemed to have been satisfied if: a. Flies, roaches and other insects and rodents shall not be present in any part of the establishment. No live animals or live fowl shall be kept or allowed in any room in which food or drink is served, prepared or stored. No room used by the owner or operator for his or her personal living, sleeping, cooking or eating purposes shall be used for any operation connected with the eating and drinking place or catering place, provided that food preparation rooms attached to an eating and drinking place or catering place, and used by the owner or operator for his or her personal cooking or eating purposes, may be used for operation connected with the eating and drinking place or catering place where such eating and drinking place or catering place has a fixed and permanent location and food is served on the premises. No insecticide or other poisonous or deleterious substance shall be stored in any room where food or drink is stored, served or prepared, except in a separate cabinet not used for any food purpose. All employees shall wear clean outer garments and shall keep their hands clean at all times while engaged in handling food, drink, utensils or equipment, and shall, while engaged in the preparation of food, wear a suitable head covering to protect the food from contamination from human hair. The surrounding outer premises of an eating and drinking or catering establishment shall be kept clean and free of litter and rubbish, and from all other conditions that may serve as rodent harborages or to attract flies and other insects. Stored food, food products and food ingredients shall be stored on platforms six inches above the floor level, provided that this shall not apply to any food, food product or food ingredients in waterproof, rodentproof packaging or containers. Facilities shall be supplied for the storing and hanging of employees' clothing and such facilities shall be kept clean. Passed 12-21-81.) As used in this chapter, the following words and phrases shall have the following meanings ascribed to them: (a) Extermination: the control and elimination of vectors by eliminating harborage areas, by removing food sources or making them inaccessible, by poisoning, spraying, fumigating or trapping, or by any other legal vector elimination method which is not injurious to human health or the safety of domestic animals.