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(A) Dangerous structures. It is a public nuisance to allow any building, mobile home, shed, fence, or other man-made structure to exist that is hazardous to public health and/or safety because of its condition, faulty construction, lack of proper repair or its openness to intrusion.
(B) Renting or leasing unfit living quarters. It is a public nuisance to rent or lease quarters for human habitation that, as determined by the Health Officer, are unfit for human habitation, or present/contain conditions that are detrimental to the health of the inhabitants, including but not limited to: a lack of potable water supply or a lack of adequate means of wastewater disposal.
(C) Lead mitigation. It is a public nuisance for a property owner to fail to mitigate a lead hazard in a structure in a manner and/or timeframe prescribed by the Health Officer, or to fail to allow access to the Health Officer to perform a lead risk assessment of a structure when the Health Officer is in receipt of a report of a confirmed blood lead level from a child that resides or resided in the structure.
(Ord. 12-0446, passed 5-8-2012; Am. Ord. 15- 1241, passed 12-8-2015) Penalty, see § 94.99