(A)   The Director of Service, with the approval of the City Manager, is empowered to make and enforce such reasonable rules and regulations as he or she may deem necessary in the operation of waste collection and to carry out the provisions of this chapter. This shall include, but not be limited to, the authority to establish the type of container, the frequency of collection, and the location of containers.
   (B)   The Director of Service shall have the authority to deny all collection services to persons or places not conforming to conditions as stated in this chapter. Any person aggrieved by any decision by the Director of Service shall have the right to appeal this decision to the City Manager.
   (C)   Removal of large household items, building materials, scrap metal, and/or excessive refuse generated from such activities as household renovation, moving, etc. must be coordinated in advance by the property owner with the city’s refuse contractor. The contractor has the right to charge additional fees for this service to be paid by the property owner. No person shall store, place or allow said items to remain on any lot, part of a lot, public right-of-way, or parcel of land in the city and any failure to remove such items will constitute nuisance as defined in Chapter 517 of the Lebanon Codified Ordinances. Failure to have said debris and/or refuse removed will result in the property owner receiving a citation under Chapter 517 of the Lebanon Codified Ordinances.  If the property owner fails to have said items removed within 48 hours after issuance of the citation, the city shall direct the contractor to do so and will bill the property owner for all costs associated wit the removal of the debris, in addition to fines and other applicable costs and charges.  Failure to pay for the costs associated with the removal of the debris may result in the city assessing the costs onto the property.
(Am. Ord. 2089, passed 3-9-76; Am. Ord. 9248, passed 12-27-05)