Kuvin v. City of Coral Gables

Kuvin v. City of Coral Gables, 2010 WL 3324931 (Fla. 3d DCA 2010) The court held that ordinances which prohibit parking of trucks in residential areas and parking of RV’s, trucks and trailers on streets or other public places in the City between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m. are constitutional on their face. The DCA held they are rationally related to legitimate government interests, and were constitutionally applied to Plaintiff’s open bed pickup truck used for personal purposes. The DCA held that the ordinance was not unconstitutionally vague, and said “Zoning based on aesthetics is a valid exercise of a City’s police powers.”