§ 90.037  PUBLIC HEALTH NUISANCES.
   The following acts, omissions, places, conditions and things are specifically declared to be public health nuisances, but shall not be construed to exclude other health nuisances coming within the definition hereof:
   (A)   All decayed, harmfully adulterated or unwholesome food or drink sold or offered for sale to the public;
   (B)   Carcasses of animals, birds or fowl not buried or otherwise disposed of in a sanitary manner within 24 hours after death;
   (C)   Accumulations of decayed animal or vegetable matter, trash, rubbish, rotting lumber, bedding, packing material, junk vehicles, scrap metal or any material in which flies, mosquitoes, disease-carrying insects, rats or other vermin may breed, or may be a fire hazard;
   (D)   All stagnant water in which mosquitoes, flies or other insects can multiply;
   (E)   Garbage cans which are not fly-tight or not kept clean;
   (F)   The escape of smoke, soot, cinders, noxious acids, fumes, gases, fly ash or industrial dust within the town limits in quantities as to endanger the health of persons of ordinary sensibilities or to threaten or cause substantial injury to property;
   (G)   The pollution of any public well or cistern, stream, river, lake, canal or body of water by sewage, creamery or industrial wastes or other substances;
   (H)   Any use of property, substances or things within the town emitting or causing foul, offensive, noisome, nauseous, noxious or disagreeable odors, effluvia or stenches extremely repulsive to the physical senses of ordinary persons which annoy, discomfort, injure or inconvenience the health or any appreciable number of persons within the town or any slaughter house;
   (I)   All abandoned wells not securely covered or secured from public use;
   (J)   All noxious weeds;
   (K)   Any accumulation of junk, rubbish, scrap metal, automotive parts, building materials, machinery, dead trees, or parts thereof, upon any real estate; and
   (L)   Any structure used for the collection or deposit of trash or garbage that has an open door allowing access into the structure, except when the door is open to allow the structure to be used for the deposit or removal of trash or garbage, or to allow the structure to be cleaned or repaired.
(Ord. 7-11-05-1, passed 8-8-2005; Ord. 7-10-17-3, passed 8-14-2017) Penalty, see § 90.999