(A)   It is the responsibility of the pool owner to see that the operation of his pool does not cause undue noise or excess lighting which might prevent the enjoyment by adjoining property owners of their property.
   (B)   Upon construction of a swimming pool, the owner or persons responsible for its operation shall keep in service all items designed for the purification of the water supply or its protection from pollution to perform adequately the function for which those items were designed.
   (C)   Drains shall be provided whereby when pool is not to be used for a period of time, all piping, pits, and the like, can be drained and the pool left drained.
   (D)   If any pool shall be allowed to contain stagnant or foul water, or water containing more than 1,000 M.P.N. of E coli, the health officer shall give the owner thereof 15 days notice by certified mail that the city will, at the expiration of 15 days from the date of the notice, proceed to clean or empty the pool, and that the cost will be assessed against the owner thereof. Should any owner not comply with the provisions of this appendix by draining or cleaning the pool, the city may then proceed with the work, and the cost thereof shall be a charge against the owners of the land and shall remain a lien against the land until paid. Failure by the owner to proceed within the 15-day period shall also be a violation of this appendix and punishable in accordance with the code of ordinances of the city.
(Ord. 241, passed 11-27-85; Am. Ord. 1058, passed 5-2-02) Penalty, see § 154.04