§ 50.05  FREQUENCY OF COLLECTION AND REMOVAL.
   (A)   No garbage that has become decayed or that shall otherwise be a menace to health or cleanliness shall be allowed to remain in any dwelling house, hotel, café, restaurant, lunch stand, fruit stand, meat market, store or other building, on any premises, for a longer time than shall be reasonably necessary to remove and deposit it in a can provided in accordance with this section.
   (B)   For residential properties, including apartment and condominium complexes, located in the village, village employees or contractors acting on behalf of the village shall provide household trash and recycling collection and removal services once per week, except for holidays or when inclement weather conditions prevent the provision of this service, pursuant to schedule prepared and maintained by the Public Services Department of the village. For residential properties served by village personnel, yard debris collection and removal service shall be provided once per week. Village-provided trash, recycling, and yard debris receptacles must be placed curbside/roadside/back alley prior to 7:00 a.m. on the day of pickup or no earlier than 5:00 p.m. prior to the collection day and must be removed from curbside/roadside/back alley by the end of the day of pickup. This provision does not apply to apartment and condominium complexes with common collection areas. For residential properties on major thoroughfares, as determined by the Public Services Director, trash, recycling, and yard debris receptacles must adhere to the same time restrictions above; however, they shall be placed for collection purposes in the driveway, as opposed to curbside, in such a manner as to be clearly visible from the road in which the driveway enters and/or exits. Trash, recycling, and yard debris receptacles shall be stored between scheduled pickups either within a completely enclosed substantial structure such as a house, garage, shed or be stored behind the principal structure's building lines extended for all sides of the structure that directly face a street and be no more than five feet from the principal structure itself (exception: if a home is served by back alley collection or is an apartment or condominium complex then this requirement may not apply).
   (C)   The owner, tenant or other agent of nonresidential property in the village shall be responsible for arranging for the collection and removal of solid waste from those premises. All solid waste shall at all times be maintained in securely covered garbage receptacles or dumpsters, and the owner, tenant or other agent of nonresidential property is responsible for providing for disposal of the solid waste at least once per week. The Public Services Director is authorized to require service in addition to the once per week minimum, if, in the opinion of the Public Services Director, either the condition of the solid waste, the proximity of the nonresidential property to residential properties, the location of the garbage receptacles or dumpsters, or seasonal factors dictate. Failure to abide by the direction of the Public Services Director shall subject the property owner, tenant or other agent to the enforcement procedures, including penalties, described in but not limited to § 50.99.
(1986 Code, § 12-2.6)  (Ord. 04-43, passed 11-30-2004; Ord. 08-41, passed 12-16-2008; Ord. 09-02, passed 01-27-2009; Ord. 14-01, passed 01-14-2014; Ord. 15-01, passed 1-27-2015) Penalty, see § 50.99