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exists in an urban environment characterized by paved concrete, roadways, surrounding <br />buildings and human activity. Therefore, pursuant to Fish and Game Code § 711.2 and <br />Title XIV, CCR § 735.5(a)(3), the payment of Fish and Game Department filing fees is not <br />required in conjunction with this project. <br /> <br /> Section 3. Sections 32-81 through 32-93 and 32-95 through 32-106 are hereby <br />repealed and Sections 32-94 and 32-107 of the Santa Ana Municipal Code are hereby <br />amended: <br /> <br />Sec. 32-94. Removal of vehicle from private property; notification, fee. <br /> <br />(a) It is the responsibility of the tow truck operator to ensure that the Santa Ana Police <br />Department is notified by the owner or person in lawful possession of the private <br />property pursuant to California Vehicle Code, Section 22658 prior to the tow truck <br />operator removing any illegally parked vehicle. The tow truck operator, when authorized <br />by the owner or person in possession of the private property, shall notify <br />the Santa Ana Police Department on behalf of the owner or person in possession of the <br />private property. <br /> <br />(b) The city council may, by resolution, establish a fee to defray the cost of logging and <br />creating computer entries for vehicles stored from private property. The fee shall be <br />paid by the registered owner or the agent of the owner. <br /> <br />Sec. 32-107. Towing operation guidelines; rotational list; authority of the chief of police <br />to promulgate written guidelines. <br /> <br />In order to provide a workable and comprehensive policy regarding the towing and/or <br />storage o f abandoned, disabled, stored o r impounded vehicles from public or private <br />property, the chief of police is hereby authorized to promulgate and issue, by general <br />order, and amend, if necessary, written rules and regulations governing the following <br />but by no means exclusive subjects: <br /> <br />(a) Establishment of a rotational list of towing operations; <br /> <br />(b) Requirements and standards for placement on the rotational tow list; <br /> <br />(c) Requirements and standards for continued placement on the rotational tow list; <br /> <br />(d) Grounds for, and procedures governing, removal from the rotational tow list; and <br /> <br />(e) Any other pertinent and relevant matters pertaining to the administration of a <br />rotational tow list. <br /> <br />Such rules and regulations shall have the force and effect of law, and the failure to obey <br />same shall be deemed a violation of the provisions of this article for purposes of <br />renewal, suspension or revocation of placement on the rotational tow list. <br /> <br />Ordinance No. NS-263 ? <br />Page 2 of 4 <br /> <br /> <br />
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