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For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
DIRT. Includes any artificial accumulation of earth of a size, shape, or composition to constitute a hazard to the public health or safety.
RUBBISH. Includes all waste paper, wood, cardboard or other flammable material of any kind which endangers the public safety by creating a fire hazard;
WEEDS. Includes any of the following:
(1) Weeds which bear seeds of a downy or wingy nature,
(2) Any brush or weeds which attain such large growth as to become, when dry, a fire menace to adjacent improved property,
(3) Weeds which are otherwise noxious or dangerous,
(4) Poison oak and poison ivy when the conditions of growth are such as to constitute a menace to the public health,
(5) Dry grass, rubble, brush, litter or other flammable material which endangers the public safety by creating a fire hazard.
('86 Code, § 6.24.010) (Ord. 3438, passed - - )