(a)   Any person who is a full-time resident of a residential unit who is disabled to the extent of being incapable of moving refuse and who obtains a physician’s certificate as to this disability shall not be required to place the refuse at curbside.  This section does not apply unless all of the persons in the residential unit are disabled and obtain a physician’s certificate.  These certificates will be mailed to the Director for appropriate notification of pickup crews.  This subsection also applies to temporary disability not to exceed ninety (90) days (extensions are required).
   (b)   Residential cans shall not be placed more than twenty-five (25) feet from the curb or road edge, nor will refuse cans be picked up if any of the following conditions exist:
      (1)   Gates are locked.
      (2)   Gates are wired or tied shut.
      (3)   Dogs are loose in the yard/alley.
      (4)   Cans are in carports or garages.
(Ord.  2002-106.  Passed 9-23-02.)