(A)   All refuse to be collected by the town shall be stored in proper receptacles between times of collection. All single-family residences and each unit of a duplex located anywhere within the town limits unless otherwise excluded by the town, will utilize a rollout cart for the placement of refuse for pickup by the town.
   (B)   A minimum of 1 rollout cart is required at each single-family residence and at each unit of a duplex. The following table shall be used to determine the minimum number and type of waste containers required for single-family residential purposes:
Permitted occupancy
Minimum number of rollout carts required
1 - 6
1 rollout cart required
7 - 12
2 rollout carts required
13 - 18
3 rollout carts required
Over 18
4 rollout carts required
   (C)   All seasonal rental units must provide a minimum of 2 rollout carts, or additional rollout carts as deemed necessary by the town to adequately manage seasonal occupancy.
   (D)   The property owner will be responsible for replacing rollout carts that have been lost or stolen. The number of rollout carts necessary to comply with this chapter must be obtained by the property owner.
   (E)   Each new residence built after the date of adoption of the ordinance from which this section is derived must have in place the appropriate number of rollout carts prior to the issuance of a certificate of occupancy.
   (F)   Each improved commercial or multi-family residential property shall have a bulk container or containers of sufficient capacity necessary to contain the refuse generated on-site by the commercial use as determined by the town.
   (G)   Any commercial or multi-family residential establishment may use rollout carts upon approval by the town.
   (H)   Businesses are authorized to have detachable containers and refuse collection services provided by private contractors.
(Ord. 04-08, passed 5-5-2004; Am. Ord. 23-03, passed 4-5-2023) Penalty, see §  50.99