§ 8.11.060  SCREENING OF SOLID WASTE CONTAINERS FROM THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY.
   Every person in possession of or having control over the day-to-day activities at a commercial or industrial facility located within the franchise area shall ensure that solid waste containers or bins shall not be located on the public right-of-way nor visible from the public right-of-way.
   (A)   The city’s Development Review Committee, in its sole discretion, may exempt individual Old Town customers from this requirement based on relevant circumstances including, but not limited to, cost, geographic location within the franchise area, or undue hardship.
   (B)   The city’s Development Review Committee shall have the authority to determine the degree to which Old Town customers not utilizing the bin enclosures must screen solid waste containers and bins from the public right-of-way. In instances where Old Town customers must construct walls, gates, enclosures or other such structures to adequately screen solid waste containers or bins, the Development Review Committee may defer to the, city’s Planning Commission and Historical Preservation Commission on matters of building materials and general aesthetics.
(`83 Code, § 8.11.060)  (Ord. 99-05 § 5, 1999; Ord. 2012-03 § 4, 2012)