For the purpose of this chapter, the term "nuisance" is defined to mean any condition or use of property which is detrimental to the health or safety of persons or the property of others, or which is declared to be a nuisance by this chapter, or by any other State or Federal law. Nuisances shall specifically include, but are not limited to, the following:
   A.   Maintaining upon property junk, trash, garbage, refuse or other similar matter as defined by this chapter;
   B.   Keeping unsanitary matter on premises. It shall be unlawful for any person to keep, or permit another to keep, upon any premises deleterious or septic material, including, but not limited to, animal feces, unless such material is retained in containers or vessels which deny access to humans, flies, insects, rodents or other animals;
   C.   Permitting any premises to become unsanitary or a fire menace by allowing any unsafe matter to grow, accumulate or otherwise occupy and remain on such premises;
   D.   Permitting pools of water to accumulate and remain upon any premises, thereby becoming stagnant and foul;
   E.   Any other use of property which is specifically declared by resolution of the Council to be a nuisance, after compliance with the notice and hearing requirements of this chapter. (1952 Code § 8-08-01)