1860.041  CONTRACTING FOR THE DISPOSAL OF SOLID WASTE.
   (a)   The owner, tenant, lessee, occupant or person otherwise in control of every residential property within the City, including houses, mobile homes, apartments, condominiums and the like, when such are used exclusively for residence purposes, either temporary or permanent and consisting of four separate dwelling units or less, shall be responsible for contracting with and paying for the services of a refuse hauler, or solid waste disposal enterprise, licensed by the Director of Public Service pursuant to Sections 1860.06 et seq. of this chapter, which contract shall provide for collection and disposal of solid waste generated by such dwelling unit(s) in a manner consistent with the provisions of Section 1860.04 of this chapter.
   (b)   Upon request of the Director of Public Service or his or her designee, every property owner subject to the mandate of subsection (a) hereof shall provide satisfactory proof of contracting with and paying for the services of a refuse hauler, or solid waste disposal enterprise, licensed by the Director of Public Service pursuant to Sections 1860.06 et seq. for every applicable dwelling unit in the City.
   (c)   If, pursuant to a contract for trash hauling services existing between the owner, tenant, lessee, occupant or person otherwise in control and a refuse hauler or solid waste disposal enterprise, the obligated party has not made payment for such services and the refuse hauler is thereby relieved of its obligation of performance to collect refuse thereunder, the refuse hauler or solid waste disposal enterprise shall collect the accumulated solid waste generated by such dwelling unit(s) and shall remove the provided container for collection of such solid waste generated by such dwelling unit(s) within seven days of the termination of its obligation to perform under such contract.
(Ord. 14-20-A.  Passed 8-4-14.)