A.   The city manager or his designee shall supervise the collection and removal of all solid waste by the city and shall enforce the provisions of this chapter. He shall have the right to inspect any and all premises for the purpose of determining whether the provisions of this chapter are being observed. Any person denying or obstructing such inspection shall be subject to the penalties herein provided.
   B.   The city manager or his designee shall establish routes and days for collection and may change same from time to time. When such routes and days are established or changed, he shall give such notice thereof as he may deem advisable.
   C.   In all cases where he shall find practical difficulty in complying with the requirements of this chapter as to the placing of refuse for collection by the city, he shall designate where such solid waste shall be placed or kept for collection by the city and the conditions under which it shall be collected.
   D.   The city manager or his designee, with the approval of the city manager, shall make such rules and regulations not inconsistent with the provisions of this chapter as may be necessary, reasonable and proper to effect the expeditious, economical and efficient collection and removal of solid waste by the city. Such rules and regulations may also relate to the required frequency of refuse collection at various locations, the type and number of refuse containers required, and the vehicles used in making such collections. The determination of the city manager or his designee shall be conclusive. (Ord. 1537 § B49, 8-6-1996; Ord. 1615, 10-1-2002)