Multi-family housing complexes that are required to provide dumpsters, rather than rollout containers, as determined by the policies of the City Public Works Director, shall screen such dumpsters from public view to accomplish the following objectives:
   (A)   The location of dumpsters shall be determined by the Public Works Director after consultation with the owner of the premises concerned. In making this determination, the Public Works Director shall consider the needs of the occupants of the premises, the welfare of the occupants and neighbors, and the city’s need to facilitate collection;
   (B)   Screening of dumpsters at multi-family housing complexes shall be required in order to prevent solid wastes from being transported onto neighboring properties and to prevent an offensive appearance; and
   (C)   All such dumpsters shall be opaquely screened by a fence, wall, berm or other means acceptable to the Public Works Director.
(1997 Code, § 50.04) (Ord. 2007.04, passed 2-13-2007) Penalty, see § 50.99