§ 92.45  JUNK AND JUNK CARS DEFINED.
   (A)   As used in this subchapter, JUNK shall mean any articles in any form composed of or consisting of any of the following:
      (1)   Secondhand, discarded, abandoned or castoff building materials, including without limitation, lumber, cabinets, doors, windows, siding, metals or materials, namely: iron, brass, bronze, copper, tin, zinc, lead or any other metals or compounds thereof.
      (2)   Broken glass, rags, clothing, rubber, plastics and synthetic substances and fabrics, bottles, papers, feathers, any other waste material, or any compound or byproduct of any of the foregoing enumerated materials.
      (3)   Furnaces, central air units, refrigerators, washing machines, televisions, computer monitors, mattresses, sofas, furniture and doors not in current use.
      (4)   Wrecked, abandoned or dismantled automobiles or parts thereof.
   (B)   As used in this subchapter, a JUNK CAR shall include any motor vehicle, as defined by I.C. 9-13-2-196, including any vehicle that does not bear a currently valid license plate and is not kept in a garage or building. A classic motor vehicle that is under active restoration would not be considered to be a JUNK CAR.
(Ord. 2016-3, passed 6-21-2016)