(A)   For the purpose of this section, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
      ACCEPTABLE VEGETATIVE MATERIALS. Leaves, branches of vegetative material not exceeding 12 inches in diameter or not exceeding six feet in length which are untreated by any chemical, perennial cuttings, grass clippings and any of the foregoing items that are chipped into pieces up to, but not exceeding 12 inches in either diameter or length;
      PROHIBITED MATERIALS. Any material or object, organic or human-made that is not an acceptable vegetative material. This includes, but is not limited to, the following specific materials: concrete; bricks; asphalt; dirt; soil; sod piles; root balls; stumps; treated lumber; railroad ties; rocks; stones; any building or remodeling materials from interior or exterior construction or demolition projects; and vegetative material of any type that is over 12 inches in diameter or over six feet in length.
(Prior Code, § 6.100)
   (B)   If any material can be classified as an acceptable vegetative material as well as a prohibited material and the material is specifically listed as a prohibited material, then the material shall be deemed to be a prohibited material.
(Prior Code, § 6.101)
   (C)   No person shall place on private property or the public right-of-way prohibited materials for pick up or disposal by the city.
(Prior Code, § 6.102)
Penalty, see § 91.99