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(A) Burning, Burying Or Accumulating Waste: It shall be unlawful, and shall constitute a nuisance, for any person to burn or bury waste within the village, to permit waste to accumulate in any manner so as to create a nuisance and to attract flies, vermin or rats, or to permit any waste to accumulate for more than seven (7) days. However, properly installed gas incinerators or similar equipment that has been inspected and approved by the building commissioner or health inspector, and which does not constitute a health hazard, may be used for the burning of waste, and properly installed kitchen disposal units may be used for the disposal of waste into sewer lines within the village. This subsection shall not apply to those items contained within the definition of "compost pile" in section 8-2-1 of this chapter.
(B) Deposits In Streets: Except recyclables which are regulated by subsection (E) of this section, no waste of any kind shall be deposited in any street, alley or public way, excepting waste wrapped in tightly closed and tied plastic bags or placed in a toter and maintained in good order and in an inconspicuous place so as not to create a nuisance to neighbors, by the owner or occupant of each residential or commercial unit in the village and placed for pick up by a scavenger service; and no such waste shall be so placed that it can be blown or scattered by the wind.
(C) Deposit On One's Own Property Or The Property Of Another: It shall be unlawful for any person to knowingly deposit waste on his or her own property or on the property of another without consent of the owner, or to deposit waste on the property of a public entity without the consent of the public entity; for purposes of this subsection, "property" shall include both real and personal property.
(D) The Placement Of Handbills On Vehicles: It shall be unlawful for any person to distribute, deposit, place, throw, scatter or cast any handbill in or upon any vehicle.
(E) Deposits Of Recyclables In Streets On One's Own Property Or The Property Of Another: It shall be unlawful for any person to knowingly deposit recyclables in any street, alley, public way, on his or her own property or property of another. However, any person may place recyclables in his or her own recycling bins or other means of containment approved by the village, from time to time. Further, the recyclables shall be maintained in good order and in an inconspicuous place so as not to create a nuisance to neighbors and no such refuse shall be so placed that it can be blown or scattered by the wind. In addition, all recyclables shall be placed for pick up on the day of collection by the scavenger service. (Ord. 92-2342, 12-7-1992)
(F) Windblown Material: No waste of any kind shall be deposited in such a manner so that it can be blown or scattered by the wind.
(G) Presumption Of Responsibility: Whenever any waste has been deposited in violation of any ordinance prohibiting said deposit, the person whose name appears as an addressee on said waste shall be prima facie responsible for such violation and subject to the penalty therefor. (Ord. 93-2352, 1-18-1993)
(H) Penalty: Any person violating any provision of this section shall be fined as established by Title 1, Chapter 20, “Fees, Fines, Insurance, Guarantees, and Regulatory Measures” for each offense, and a separate offense shall be deemed committed on each day during or on which a violation occurs or continues. (Ord. 96-2776, 5-20-1996; amd. Ord. 2021-4921, 9-20-2021)