Whenever it shall come to the attention of the Council that any tree, building or structure within the City, because of neglect or decay or any other cause, is so dilapidated, dangerous or in such condition as to menace the public health or the safety of persons, passers-by or adjacent property, or is in such condition as to constitute an unreasonable fire hazard or an obstruction of public travel and rights or is in such condition as to be subversive of public order, decency or morals, then it shall be the duty of the Council to make an inspection and examination of said building, tree or structure and of immediate surroundings, aided by such City officials and employees as the Council may deem advisable. (Ord. 314, 10-16-1950)