§ 96.02  CLEANING OF STREETS, ALLEYS AND SIDEWALKS.
   (A)   Notice to adjoining owner or occupant.  Whenever in the opinion of the Director of Public Works and Safety any street, alley or sidewalk adjoining any lot, parcel or tract of ground within the corporate limits of the city shall become filthy or impeded with rubbish or in any manner need cleaning up, it shall be the duty of the Director to post in such street or alley or on such sidewalk a written or printed notice in the following form:
To the owner or occupant of adjoining property           you are hereby notified to clean up the            adjoining property owned or occupied by you within     hours from the date of the posting of this notice.
Posted this     day of                 at     o'clock     .
                                                                            
                           Director of Public Works and Safety
   (B)   Removal by city; collection of costs.  Should such owner or occupant refuse to clean up the street, alley or sidewalk within the time mentioned in such notice, it shall be the duty of the Director to at once proceed to clean up the street, alley or sidewalk and keep a careful account of the cost thereof and report the same to the Common Council, and such cost of cleaning such street or alley or sidewalk as aforesaid shall be collected from the owner or occupant of said property in any court of competent jurisdiction; a notice posted, as hereinbefore mentioned, shall be all the notice required to authorize the Director to clean the street or alley or sidewalk.
   (C)   Violation.  It shall also be the duty of the Director should any owner or occupant of any lot, parcel or tract of ground neglect to clean up such street, alley or sidewalk after the posting of said notice by the city, to file charges for the violation of this section.
(`94 Code, § 95.02) Penalty, see § 10.99