§ 93.31 EXAMPLES.
   Public nuisances shall include but are not limited to the following, to wit:
   (A)   Decayed, harmfully adulterated, or unwholesome food or drink sold or offered for sale to the public;
   (B)   Carcasses of dead animals not disposed of in a sanitary and lawful manner within 24 hours after death;
   (C)   Accumulation of trash, garbage, or junk which attract and/or foster the breeding of flies, mosquitoes, disease-carrying insects, rodents, or other vermin, or in which the same reasonably may be expected to breed;
   (D)   Any stagnant water in which mosquitoes, flies, or other insects may multiply;
   (E)   All receptacles containing trash or garbage which are not covered by solid, tight-fitting lids or which have any uncovered holes or for which at least weekly removal of trash and garbage is not provided;
   (F)    Nuisance greenery;
   (G)   Dense smoke, soot, cinders, noxious acids, fumes, gases, fly ash or industrial dust from any fire, chimney, engine, oil burner, or other agency, within the city limits emitted in such quantities as to threaten or cause substantial injury to property and/or endanger the health of a person of ordinary sensibility; but excluding smoke emitting from residential fireplaces or from the burning of leaves in compliance with city ordinances;
   (H)   Any use of property, substances, or things within the city, emitting or causing any foul, offensive, noisome, nauseous, noxious or disagreeable odors or stenches which are extremely repulsive to the physical senses of ordinary persons and which annoy, discomfort, injure, or inconvenience the health of any appreciable number of persons within the city;
   (I)   The obstruction or pollution of any watercourse or source of public water supply located within the city;
   (J)   Any structure or building that is in a state of dilapidation, deterioration, or decay, is open to intrusion, is abandoned or damaged by fire to the extent as not to provide shelter, is extremely unsound or in danger of collapse or failure, and endangers the health and safety of the public;
   (K)   Any inoperable or abandoned vehicle which exists in violation of any provisions of this code (particularly as referenced in Chapter 75 of this code of ordinances);
   (L)   Any vehicle parked on public or private property in violation of any city ordinance or state law;
   (M)   Dumpsters, receptacles, or garbage or trash containers located on a public way on days other than those scheduled for removal by a hauler;
   (N)   Assimilations of garbage, junk, or trash which are located within or upon a carport, open garage, porch, deck, or balcony if the conditions are visible to the public from any public right-of-way;
   (O)   The storage of motorized vehicles with over 400 cc motors on porches, decks, or balconies, if visible to the public from any public right-of-way;
   (P)   Any dangerous, wild, fierce or vicious animal kept in violation of any provisions of this code (particularly as referenced in Chapter 90 of this code of ordinances);
   (Q)   The storing of junk, trash, or garbage on private property where that storage is not authorized by the zoning regulations of the City of Monticello and in any manner not permitted by the zoning regulations; and
   (R)   The unauthorized use, possession, or cultivation of cannabis which is inconsistent with the provisions of the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act, ILCS Ch. 410, Act 705, § 1, et seq., or §§ 93.50 through 93.60 of this Code of Ordinances.
   (S)   Any other actions, conduct, omissions, conditions, or things defined or specified in this code or by state law as nuisances or public nuisances.
(Am. Ord. 2020-02, passed 1-27-2020; Am. Ord. 2021-16, passed 4-12-2021)