§ 90.52  DANGEROUS AND UNSAFE BUILDINGS DEFINED.
   All buildings or structures which have any or all of the following defects shall be deemed DANGEROUS AND UNSAFE BUILDINGS:
   (A)   Those whose interior walls or other vertical structural members list, lean or buckle to such an extent that plumb lines passing through the center of gravity falls outside of the middle third of its base;
   (B)   Those which have improperly distributed loads upon the floors or roofs or in which the same are overloaded, or which have insufficient strength to be reasonably safe for the purpose used;
   (C)   Those which have been damaged by fire, wind or other causes so as to have become dangerous to life, safety, morals or the general health and welfare of the occupants or the people of the village;
   (D)   Those which have become or are so dilapidated, decayed, unsafe, unsanitary or which so utterly fail to provide the amenities essential to decent living that they are unfit for human habitation or are likely to cause sickness or disease, so as to cause injury to the health, morals, safety or general welfare of those living therein;
   (E)   Those which have parts thereof which are so attached that they may fall and injure members of the public property;
   (F)   Those which, because of their condition, are unsafe, unsanitary or dangerous to the health, morals, safety or general welfare of the people of the village;
   (G)   Those vacant buildings with unguarded openings shall be deemed to constitute a fire hazard and to be unsafe within the provisions of this code;
   (H)   Those buildings which are uncompleted or abandoned; and
   (I)   Buildings where unpainted plywood has been substituted for doors and windows for a continuous period of more than 90 days.
(Ord. 16-497, passed 10-3-2016)