§ 101.09  OBSTRUCTIONS DEFINED.
   (A)   It is unlawful to permit obstructions to the streets, alleys, public highways and sidewalks of the city, as such obstructions are herein declared or defined.
   (B)   The following shall be declared to be obstructions to the streets, alleys, public highways and sidewalks of the city:
      (1)   All trees, hedges, billboards or other obstructions which prevent persons driving vehicles approaching an intersection of streets and public highways from having a clear view of traffic approaching the intersection from cross streets for 100 feet along the cross streets measured from the property line;
      (2)   All limbs or trees which project over a public sidewalk, street or alley, and which are less than eight feet above the surface of the public sidewalk and nine feet above the surface of the street and alley;
      (3)   All wires over streets, public highways, alleys, or public grounds, which are strung less than 20 feet above the surface of the ground, and all wires not licensed by the city;
      (4)   All buildings, walls and other structures which have been damaged by fire, decay or otherwise, and which are so situated as to endanger the safety of the public, or otherwise built, erected or maintained in violation of this section; and
      (5)   All hanging signs, awnings and other similar structures over the streets, alleys, public highways or sidewalks so situated or constructed as to endanger public safety and are less than eight feet in the clear above streets, alleys, public highways or sidewalks.
(`83 Code, § 14-109)  Penalty, see § 101.99