(a)   Fowl, as used in this section, is defined as geese, turkeys, ducks, chickens and any other similar type of bird.
   (b)   No person shall keep or harbor any animal or fowl in the Municipality so as to create noxious or offensive odors or unsanitary conditions which are a menace to the health, comfort, or safety of the public.
   (c)   No person shall keep or harbor any fowl in the Village so as to create excessive noise which is a menace to the health, comfort or safety of the public, or otherwise permit the commission or existence of a nuisance as hereinafter defined.
   (d)   Any fowl which by frequent crowing or which in any way or manner injures or disturbs the quiet of any person or the community, or which disturbs or endangers the comfort, repose or health of persons, is hereby declared to be committing a nuisance.  It shall be unlawful for any owner, keeper or harborer of such fowl to harbor or permit it to commit such nuisance.
   (e)   No person shall keep or harbor any vicious animal.  For purposes of this section, “vicious animal” means an animal which has a propensity or tendency to attack or to cause injury, by biting or otherwise, to any person or other domestic animal.
   (f)   No person being the owner, keeper or harborer of any fowl shall continue to keep or harbor within the Village any fowl which is or creates a nuisance as defined in subsection (d) hereof, unless such fowl is confined or otherwise maintained in a manner that abates the nuisance.
   (g)   Whoever violates this section is guilty of a misdemeanor of the first degree.
   (h)   In addition to other penalties applicable to this section, the Municipal Court may order the owner or person in custody or possession of any animal which is determined by the Court to be vicious or any fowl that is determined by the Court to be a nuisance and constituting a serious threat to the health or safety of the public to forthwith remove such animal from the Village.  If such animal is not removed from the Village in compliance with such order, the Court may order the Chief of Police to cause the animal to be impounded and destroyed.  (Ord. 2010-88.  Passed 12-14-10.)