No person shall cause or permit a nuisance affecting public health on property owned or controlled by the person. The following are nuisances affecting public health which may be abated as provided in this chapter:
   A.   Open vaults or privies constructed or maintained within the city, except those constructed or maintained in connection with construction projects.
   B.   Accumulations of debris, rubbish, manure, and other refuse that are not removed within a reasonable time and that affect the health of the city.
   C.   Stagnant water in an artificial container that affords a breeding place for mosquitoes and other insect pests.
   D.   Pollution of the air or a body of water, well, spring, stream or drainage ditch by sewage, industrial wastes, or other substances placed in the air or near the water in a manner that will cause harmful material to pollute the air or water.
   E.   Decayed or unwholesome food offered for human consumption.
   F.   Premises that are in such a state or condition as to cause an offensive odor or that are in an unsanitary condition.
   G.   Drainage of liquid wastes from private premises.
   H.   Mastics, oil, grease, or petroleum products allowed to be introduced into the sewer system by a user connected to the sewer system.
   I.   Public exposure of persons having a contagious disease.
   J.   The use of a common public drinking cup or roller towel.
   K.   The distribution of samples of medicine or drugs unless such samples are placed in the hands of an adult person.
   L.   Allowing an animal carcass owned or controlled by such person to remain upon public property, or to be exposed on private property, for a period of time longer than is reasonably necessary to remove or dispose of the carcass.
   M.   Permitting a diseased animal to run at large. (Ord. 616-06, 11-14-2006)