§ 92.002  CERTAIN CONDITIONS WHICH CONSTITUTE NUISANCES.
   The following are declared to be public nuisances affecting public peace and safety:
   (A)   All trees, hedges, billboards or other obstructions, 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 100 feet along the cross streets measured from the property line, when 100 feet from the intersection, measured from the property line;
   (B)   All wires over streets, alleys or public grounds which are strung less than 15 feet above the surface of the ground;
   (C)   Any use of the public streets or sidewalks which causes large crowds of people to gather, obstructing traffic and the free use of the streets or sidewalks;
   (D)   All barbed wire fences which are located within three feet of a public sidewalk; and
   (E)   All dangerous, unguarded machinery in any public place, or so situated or operated on private property as to attract the public.
(1973 Code, § 23-2)  (Ord. 204, passed 5-6-1927)