660.035   REMOVAL OF OBJECTIONABLE MATTER.
   (a)   Any person depositing or placing mud, paper, ashes, dirt, trash or similarly objectionable matter upon a public way, street or alley shall remove or cause such matter to be removed on the same day that such matter is deposited or placed.
   (b)   In cases of development of property, any mud, paper, ashes, dirt, trash or similarly objectionable matter deposited or placed on a public way, street or alley area by any person or group of persons employed by the property owner or by his or her subcontractors, suppliers, etc., in connection with the development of the property, shall be attributable to the owner and general contractor as well as the person depositing such matter, and it shall be their joint and several responsibility to remove or cause the same to be removed on the same day that it is deposited or placed on the street.  The intent and purpose of this clause is to place upon the owner and general contractor of property in the City a duty to control that property and to control any persons employed in connection therewith, so as not to allow mud, paper, ashes, dirt, trash or any other similarly objectionable matter from the property to be deposited on a public way, street or alley.  Any material located on a street observably tracked from a construction site shall constitute prima facie evidence of a violation of this section.
   (c)   If any property owner violates the provisions of this section, all building, electrical and plumbing permits relating to the property may be revoked until the objectionable matter is removed.
   (d)   Whoever violates this section is guilty of a misdemeanor of the fourth degree.
(Ord. 59-74.  Passed 7-15-73.)