§ 89.02  CLEANLINESS OF PREMISES REQUIRED.
   (A)   It shall be unlawful for any owner, occupant, or person in control of any property within the town to permit to remain on such property any empty bottles, empty cans, junk, household appliances, furniture, trash, filth, debris, dead animals, garbage, trash, rubbish or other refuse or solid waste of any kind whatsoever, unless such solid wastes are stored in containers or maintained for collection in accordance with the requirements of Chapter 91 of this Code. It shall be the duty of any owner, occupant, and person in control of any property within the town to keep the premises of such property in a clean, healthy, wholesome and sanitary condition at all times.
   (B)   It shall be unlawful for any owner, occupant, or person in control of any property within the town to fail to store refuse in containers as specified in Chapter 91 of this code so as to eliminate wind-driven debris and unsightly litter in and about their premises or establishments, or fail to immediately clean up any spillage and overflow as it occurs.
   (C)   It shall be unlawful for any construction and/or demolition contractor to fail to provide on-site refuse receptacles, bulk containers or detachable containers for loose debris, paper, building material waste, scrap building material and other trash produced by those working on the site. All material shall be containerized by the end of each day and the site shall be kept in a reasonably clean and litter-free condition. The number of refuse receptacles, bulk containers or detachable containers shall be determined by the size of the job. Dirt, mud, construction materials or other debris deposited upon any public property or the private property of another as a result of construction or demolition shall be immediately removed by the contractor. Construction sites shall be kept clean and orderly at all times.
(Ord. passed 12-16-2019)