The following are declared to be nuisances affecting public peace and safety:
   (A)   All snow and ice not removed from public sidewalks 24 hours after the snow or other precipitation causing the condition has ceased to fall;
   (B)   All trees, hedges, billboards or other obstructions which prevent people from having a clear view of all traffic approaching an intersection;
   (C)   All wires and limbs of trees which are so close to the surface of a sidewalk or street as to constitute a danger to pedestrians or vehicles;
   (D)   All obnoxious noises in violation of Minn. Rules Chapter 7030, as amended from time to time, which are hereby incorporated by reference into this code;
   (E)   The discharging of the exhaust or permitting the discharging of the exhaust of any stationary internal combustion engine, motor boat, motor vehicle, motorcycle, all terrain vehicle, snowmobile or any recreational device except through a muffler or other device that effectively prevents loud or explosive noises therefrom and complies with all applicable state laws and regulations;
   (F)   The using or operation or permitting the using or operation of any radio receiving set, musical instrument, phonograph, paging system, machine or other device for producing or reproduction of sound in a distinctly and loudly audible manner so as to disturb the peace, quiet and comfort of any person nearby; (Operation of any device referred to above between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. in a manner so as to be plainly audible at the property line of the structure or building in which it is located, or at a distance of 50 feet if the source is located outside a structure or building shall be prima facie evidence of violation of this section.)
   (G)   The participation in a party or gathering of people giving rise to noise which disturbs the peace, quiet or repose of the occupants of adjoining or other property;
   (H)   Obstructions and excavations affecting the ordinary public use of streets, alleys, sidewalks or public grounds, including scavenging or treasure hunting with the aid of electronic or motorized devices, except under conditions as are permitted by this code or other applicable law;
   (I)   Radio aerials or television antennae erected or maintained in a dangerous manner;
   (J)   Any use of property abutting on a public street or sidewalk or any use of a public street or sidewalk which causes large crowds of people to gather, obstructing traffic and the free use of the street or sidewalk;
   (K)   All hanging signs, awnings and other similar structures over streets and sidewalks, so situated so as to endanger public safety or not constructed and maintained as provided by ordinance;
   (L)   The allowing of rain water, ice or snow to fall from any building or structure upon any street or sidewalk or to flow across any sidewalk;
   (M)   Any barbed wire fence less than six feet above the ground and within three feet of a public sidewalk or way;
   (N)   All dangerous, unguarded machinery in any public place, or so situated or operated on private property as to attract the public;
   (O)   Waste water cast upon or permitted to flow upon streets or other public properties;
   (P)   Accumulations in the open of discarded or disused machinery, household appliances, automobile bodies or other material in a manner conducive to the harboring of rats, mice, snakes or vermin, or the rank growth of vegetation among the items so accumulated, or in a manner creating fire, health or safety hazards from accumulation;
   (Q)   Any well, hole or similar excavation which is left uncovered or in another condition as to constitute a hazard to any child or other person coming on the premises where it is located;
   (R)   Obstruction to the free flow of water in a natural waterway or a public street drain, gutter or ditch with trash of other materials;
   (S)   The placing or throwing on any street, sidewalk or other public property of any glass, tacks, nails, bottles or other substance which may injure any person or animal or damage any pneumatic tire when passing over the substance;
   (T)   The depositing of garbage or refuse on a public right-of-way or on adjacent private property;
   (U)   All other conditions or things which are likely to cause injury to the person or property of anyone.
(Am. Ord. 04-03, passed 4-20-04) Penalty, see § 10.99