A.   Defined: For the purpose of this chapter, "nuisance" means the doing or failure to do something that injuriously affects the safety, health or morals of the public. A "nuisance" is the maintenance by any person of any conditions or use of real or personal property in such a manner as to unreasonably interfere with the use and enjoyment of the property of another, or which is detrimental to the health, safety and welfare of the inhabitants of the town or causes substantial diminution in the value of other property in the neighborhood in which such nuisance is maintained.
   B.   Enumerated: The unlawful doing of any act or the omission to perform a duty, which either annoys, injures or endangers the public health, safety, welfare or quiet enjoyment of property of the citizens of the Town of Lingle, or which unlawfully interferes with or tends to obstruct, or in any way render unsafe and insecure, other persons in life or in the use of their property is hereby declared a "nuisance". "Nuisance", as used in this chapter, includes, but is not limited to the following:
      1.   The keeping of flammable or combustible material in such a manner as to endanger by fire any property or structure within the town, unless guarded and protected so far as practicable to prevent fires from originating therein or from spreading when started near such materials.
      2.   The accumulation without roof or cover or other sufficient protection upon any property or within any structure within the town, of junk, rubbish, trash, waste, discarded material or salvage in such a manner as to harbor rats, rodents, mice, skunks or other animals which may transmit disease to human beings, or in such a manner as to provide a breeding place for flies, mosquitoes or other harmful insects;
      3.   Abandoned and unsheltered, discarded or unused objects or equipment such as automobiles, furniture, stoves, refrigerators, old clothes, tin cans, wastepaper or any combustible material, rubbish or filth of any kind;
      4.   Unsheltered storage of old, unused, stripped, junked and other automobiles not in good and safe operating condition and of any other vehicles, machinery, implements, equipment and personal property of any kind which are no longer safely usable for the purposes for which they were manufactured, which hereinafter are collectively described as "property", for a period of thirty (30) days or more (except in licensed junkyards) within the corporate limits of this town;
      5.   Any foul or offensive liquid or substance of any kind discharged into or upon any public or private property within the town;
      6.   Any dead animal within the limits of the town that is not removed within twenty four (24) hours;
      7.   Any handbills placed upon any public or private building, fence, or other structure without permission from the owner or occupant of the same;
      8.   Any barn, corral, pig pen, outhouse, or other unsanitary or objectionable building on any public or private property within the town;
      9.   Any structure, fence, advertising device, tree, etc., that is in an unsafe condition or does not conform to the requirements of the building or electrical codes;
      10.   The keeping or maintaining of premises in a manner causing substantial diminution in the value of property of others in the vicinity. (Ord. 336, 3-21-2018)