For the purpose of this subchapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   CLEANING.  The removal of trash from property.
   OWNER.  The owner of record as shown by most current tax rolls of the County Treasurer.
   TRASH.  Any refuse, litter, ashes, leaves, debris, paper, combustible materials, rubbish, offal, or waste, or matter of any kind or form which is uncared for, discarded, or abandoned.
      (1)   Poison ivy, poison oak, or poison sumac and all vegetation at any state of maturity which:
         (a)   Exceeds 12 inches in height, except healthy trees, shrubs, or produce for human consumption grown in a tended and cultivated garden unless such trees and shrubbery by their density or location constitute a detriment to the health, benefit and welfare of the public and community or a hazard to traffic or create a fire hazard to the property or otherwise interfere with the mowing of the weeds;
         (b)   Regardless of height, harbors, conceals, or invites deposits or accumulation of refuse or trash;
         (c)   Harbors rodents or vermin;
         (d)   Gives off unpleasant or noxious odors;
         (e)   Constitutes a fire or traffic hazard; or
         (f)   Is dead or diseased.
      (2)    WEED shall not include tended crops on land zoned for agricultural use which are planted more than 150 feet from a parcel zoned for other than agricultural use.
(11 O.S. § 22-111.D)  (`83 Code, § 8-101)  (Ord. 91-11, passed 5-20-91; Am. Ord. 91-12, passed 5-20-91; Am. Ord. 98-50, passed 12-21-98)