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   (a)   The presence of any junked vehicle on any private lot, tract, or parcel of land, occupied or unoccupied, improved or unimproved, or on any public right-of-way or other public property, within the city, is a public nuisance.
   (b)   A person commits an offense if he causes or maintains such a public nuisance by wrecking, dismantling, partially dismantling, rendering inoperable, abandoning, or discarding a motor vehicle on a public right-of-way or other public property or on the real property of another or permits a junked vehicle to be parked, left, or maintained on personal real property.
   (c)   If the director reasonably believes that a vehicle is inoperable, the director may request the owner or person claiming control of the vehicle to demonstrate that it is operable. (Ord. Nos. 13900; 14494; 15720; 20599)