§ 91.32  MAINTENANCE OF BUILDINGS.
   (A)   Any owner or occupant of a building or other structure or premises, who shall keep or maintain the same when, for want of repair, or by reason of age or dilapidated condition, or for any cause, it is especially liable to fire, and which is so situated as to endanger buildings or property of others, or is so occupied that fire would endanger other persons or their property therein, shall be punished by a fine as prescribed by law.
   (B)   Any owner or occupant of any building or other structure or premises, who shall keep or maintain the same with an improper arrangement of a stove, range, furnace, or other heating appliance of any kind whatsoever, including chimneys, flues, pipes with which the same may be connected, so as to be dangerous in the matter of fire, or health, or safety of persons or property of others; or who shall keep or maintain any building, other structure or premises with an improper arrangement of lighting devices or systems, or with a storage of explosives, compounds, petroleum, gasoline, kerosene, dangerous chemicals, vegetable products, ashes, combustibles, inflammable materials, refuse, or with any other condition which shall be dangerous in character to the health or safety of persons, or property of others; or which shall be dangerous in the matter of promoting, augmenting, or causing fires; or which shall create conditions dangerous to firefighters, or occupants of such buildings, structures, or premises other than the maintainer thereof, shall be punished by a fine as prescribed by law.
(Ord. 93-09, passed 5-25-93)  Penalty, see § 10.99