(A)   Lot frontage.  Every lot upon which a dwelling is hereafter erected shall have frontage on a public street.
   (B)   Limitation on use of yards or open space.
      (1)   The erection of cabins for rent or tents (except children's play tents) shall not be permitted or considered a legal accessory on a dwelling lot.
      (2)   (a)   No yard or open space encompassing a dwelling shall hereafter be used for open-air parking, disposition, storage, wrecking, dismantling, accumulation, or abandonment, either temporary or otherwise, discarded, worn-out, wrecked, or dismantled vehicles, machinery, implements, apparatuses, furniture, appliances, junk, or other personal property.
         (b)   Without limiting the meaning of junk, the term shall include used for salvaged metals and their combination, or used or salvaged lumber, ropes, bags, paper, rags, glass, rubber, and similar articles and materials.
      (3)   No premises shall be so filled or graded as to discharge surface run-off on abutting premises in the manner as to cause pounding or surface accumulation of the run-off thereon.
   (C)   Corner lots.
      (1)   A corner lot is a lot which occupies the interior angle at the intersection of 2 street lines, which makes an angle of less than 145 degrees.
      (2)   Setbacks required on the corner lots will be the front setback 25 feet on both streets.  Exception:  on previously plotted lots that measure 60 feet or less on 1 street side, the setbacks will be as follows:  front setback of 25 feet from the street on the short side and 20 feet from the street on the long side.
(Ord. passed 10-23-1978, § 15.11; Am. Ord. 2004-5, passed 2-23-2004; Am. Ord. 2005-7, passed 7-25-2005)  Penalty, see § 152.999