§ 130.65  NUISANCES.
   (A)   The following are declared to be public nuisances affecting property, public and private, and public peace and safety:
      (1)   All trees, hedges, billboards, fences or other obstructions, except buildings erected in accordance with city ordinances, which prevent persons driving vehicles approaching an intersection of public highways from having a clear view of traffic approaching the intersection from cross streets for 75 feet along the cross streets, measured from the property line;
      (2)   All limbs of trees which project over a public sidewalk or street and are less than eight feet above the surface of the public street or sidewalk;
      (3)   All wires except clothes line wires which are strung less than 15 feet above the surface of the ground;
      (4)   The allowing of water, rainwater, ice or snow to fall from any building or structure upon any street or sidewalk or to flow across any sidewalk; and
      (5)   The doing of any thing or act or occupation, or any failure to act which shall annoy, injure or endanger the safety, health, comfort or repose of the public.
   (B)   Any person, firm or corporation who shall knowingly cause create any nuisance as defined in this section shall be guilty of misdemeanor.
(Ord. 35, passed 11-10-1955)  Penalty, see § 130.99