A.   Necessity: In the interest of the health and welfare of the inhabitants of the village, it is necessary that there be established a general system for the collection and disposal of garbage and trash accumulated within the corporate limits of the village.
   B.   Included Garbage: The word "garbage" shall include any and all rejected or waste food, offal, swill, carrion, ashes, dirt, slops, wastepaper, rubbish and waste or unwholesome materials of every kind.
   C.   Excluded Garbage:
      1.   Defined: The word "garbage" shall not include:
         a.   Construction materials of any kind.
         b.   Any solid or bulky items not compressible in garbage collection equipment.
         c.   Anything larger than four and seven-tenths (4.7) cubic feet in size or weighing over thirty five (35) pounds.
         d.   Abandoned appliances such as stoves, refrigerators, iceboxes, freezers, etc.
         e.   Tree limbs, branches that are over twenty two inches (22") in length or two and one-half inches (21/2") in diameter.
         f.   Cardboard boxes that have not been flattened with bottoms knocked out.
         g.   Trash, garbage or litter that is scattered and not in acceptable containers and placed for availability under the terms of this chapter.
         h.   Any container or receptacles containing water or any other liquid substances that cause the total of receptacles, liquid and other trash or garbage to exceed a weight of thirty five (35) pounds. (1976 Code § 6-3-1)
      2.   Special Arrangements: Any person may make special arrangements with the village for picking up any of the above listed items. A separate charge or fee shall be made for each pick up with the amount of the fee to be determined by the amount of time and the necessary miles of haulage required for the collection of the garbage. The mileage and time fee shall be as negotiated with the contract waste hauler. (1976 Code § 6-3-1; amd. 2000 Code)