A.   Structural Repair: All roofs, floors, walls, chimneys, foundations, and other structural components shall be repaired when they no longer retain their structural integrity. Loose bricks in chimneys shall be repaired and missing chimney caps shall be replaced.
   B.   Exterior Surfaces: Exposed materials that require weather protection and exterior surfaces that are deteriorating shall be repaired to the extent necessary to stop damage from cold, wind, water, or dampness. The roof covering and flashing shall form an impervious membrane.
   C.   Drainage: All surface water shall drain away from the structure unless any potential adverse effect of the runoff is mitigated to the reasonable satisfaction of the building official.
   D.   Windows And Doors: Windows that are required by this chapter for light and ventilation shall be fully glazed. Window openings not required to meet light, ventilation, and egress standards may be sealed with opaque materials or removed. Broken or missing doors, door frames, windows, and window sashes shall be replaced or repaired.
   E.   Appendages: All awnings, fire escapes, exhaust ducts and similar appendages shall be maintained in good repair and be properly anchored.
   F.   House Addressing: All residential buildings shall display a street number in a prominent location on the street side of the building in such a position that the number is easily visible to approaching emergency vehicles. The numerals shall be no less than three inches (3") in height and shall be of a contrasting color to the background to which they are attached. Each individual unit within any multiple-family structure shall display a prominent identification number, not less than two inches (2") in height, which is easily visible.
   G.   Exterior Walkways: All sidewalks, walkways, stairs, driveways, parking spaces and similar areas shall be kept in a proper state of repair, and maintained free from hazardous conditions. (Ord. 74-98 §§ 9, 10, 1998: Ord. 55-95 § 4 (Exh. A), 1995)