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Any person or entity creating or maintaining an attractive nuisance shall be in violation of this code. An attractive nuisance includes all objects or things which would be classified as an attractive nuisance under common law, statute, or case law, plus the following:
(A) Unprotected pools, ponds, or refrigerators, freezers, or other airtight containers not properly secured against entry. For the purpose of this subsection, the terms “pool” or “pond” shall include any exterior improvement or excavation that contains water to a depth of 18 inches or more.
(B) Fences or walls that violate zoning regulations regarding height, or that are in a hazardous condition, or that are in disrepair, or that hinder free access to public sidewalks.
(C) Unpaved or deteriorated parking lots containing uneven surfaces or drainage problems that are hazardous to the public.
(`64 Code, Sec. 19-62.3) (Ord. No. 2331)