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    §  10-119  Posting.  a.  It shall be unlawful for any person to paste,
  post, paint, print, nail or attach or affix by any means whatsoever  any
  handbill,  poster, notice, sign, advertisement, sticker or other printed
  material upon any curb, gutter, flagstone, tree, lamppost, awning  post,
  telegraph pole, telephone pole, public utility pole, public garbage bin,
  bus  shelter,  bridge,  elevated train structure, highway fence, barrel,
  box, parking meter, mail box, traffic control device, traffic stanchion,
  traffic sign (including pole), tree box,  tree  pit  protection  device,
  bench,  traffic  barrier,  hydrant,  public  pay telephone, any personal
  property maintained on  a  city  street  or  other  city-owned  property
  pursuant  to a franchise, concession or revocable consent granted by the
  city or other such item or structure in any street, or to direct, suffer
  or permit any servant, agent, employee or other person under his or  her
  control to engage in such activity; provided, however, that this section
  shall  not  apply  to any handbill, poster, notice, sign, advertisement,
  sticker or other printed material so posted by or under the direction of
  the council, or by or  under  the  direction  of  any  city  agency,  or
  pursuant  to  a  franchise,  concession  or  revocable  consent  granted
  pursuant to chapter fourteen of the charter.
    b. There shall be a rebuttable presumption that the person whose name,
  telephone number,  or  other  identifying  information  appears  on  any
  handbill,  poster, notice, sign, advertisement, sticker or other printed
  material on any item or structure described in  subdivision  a  of  this
  section  in  any  street  violated  this  section by either (i) pasting,
  posting, painting, printing, nailing or attaching  or  affixing  by  any
  means  whatsoever  such  handbill,  poster, notice, sign, advertisement,
  sticker or other printed  material,  or  (ii)  directing,  suffering  or
  permitting  a  servant,  agent,  employee or other individual under such
  persons control to engage in such activity.
    c. There shall be a rebuttable presumption that if a telephone  number
  that  appears  on  any  handbill,  poster, notice, sign or advertisement
  placed in violation of subdivision  a  of  this  section  belongs  to  a
  telephone  answering service and no other telephone number or address is
  readily obtainable to locate the person or business advertised  therein,
  such telephone answering service shall be held liable for a violation of
  subdivision a in accordance with the provisions of section 10-121.
    d.   The  commissioner  of  the  department  of  sanitation  shall  be
  authorized to issue subpoenas to obtain official telephone  records  for
  the  purpose  of  determining the identity and location of any person or
  entity  reasonably  believed  by  the  commissioner  to  have   violated
  subdivision a of this section.
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