For the purpose of this chapter:
   (a)   No owner, occupant, lessee, agent or any other person having the charge or management of any lot or parcel of land located within a residential, commercial or industrial district in the City, whether the same is improved, unimproved, vacant or occupied, within five (5) days after service upon him of written notice to do so, shall fail to cut or destroy or cause to be cut or destroyed any noxious or poisonous weeds or vines growing upon any such lot or parcel and to prevent the same from blooming, going to seed or exceeding a height of six inches (6").
      (Ord. 72-03. Passed 8-25-03.)
   (b)   It is hereby determined that weeds and vegetation such as, but not limited to, Russian, Canadian, or common thistle, wild lettuce, wild mustard, wild parsley, ragweed, milkweed and ironweed, as well as all other noxious weeds and grasses or other uncultivated types of vegetation growing to a height in excess of six inches (6") on any property situated within a residential, commercial or industrial district in the City from the first day of April to the first day of November of each year are a public nuisance.
(Ord. 75-12. Passed 8-27-12.)
   (c)   As used in this chapter, “other noxious weeds” means and includes, grass over six inches (6") in height and wild plants capable of causing skin reactions upon contact or producing or aggravating hay fever, asthma, and allergic respiratory reactions or similar conditions in human beings.
   (d)   The City Manager shall cause an annual notice to be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the County notifying the residents of the requirement of this chapter.
(Ord. 72-03. Passed 8-25-03.)