§ 93.07  MAINTAINING DELETERIOUS OR HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS ON PREMISES.
   (A)   Definition.  For the purpose of this section, the following definition shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   VACANT or IMPROVED LOT or ACREAGE.  All of the street right-of-way up to the start of the street pavement and all drainage or utility easements contiguous to that lot or acreage except off-street  drainage easements that are not piped. 
('81 Code, § 94.02) (Ord. passed 4-7-80)
   (B)   It shall be unlawful for any person to maintain or to permit to be maintained, any premises including vacant or occupied lots or lands, on which grass, weeds, undergrowth, trash, garbage, offal, stagnant water, building materials, glass, wood, damaged or deteriorated automotive vehicles, boats, or planes whose repair costs exceed their market value, or other matter deleterious to good health and public sanitation, which is or may become a nuisance causing injury to the health or welfare of residents or the public in the vicinity or causing injury to neighboring property.
('81 Code, § 94.03)
Penalty, see § 93.99
Cross-reference:
   Land Use Coordinator to administer and enforce provisions, see § 31.091