The following acts, omissions, places, conditions and things are hereby declared to be public nuisances affecting peace and safety, but the enumerations shall not be construed to exclude other nuisances affecting public peace or safety coming within the provisions of the definition of "public nuisance" above:
   (A)   All buildings erected, repaired or altered in violation of the provisions of the ordinances of the city relating to materials and manner of construction of buildings and structures;
   (B)   All trees, hedges, billboards or other obstructions which prevent persons driving vehicles on public streets, alleys or highways from obtaining a clear view of traffic when approaching an intersection or pedestrian crosswalk;
   (C)   All limbs of trees which project over a public sidewalk less than eight feet (8') above the surface thereof or less than ten feet (10') above the surface of a public street;
   (D)   All use or display of fireworks, except as provided by the laws of the state, except the city council may grant a permit for public display of fireworks under the conditions as it may impose;
   (E)   All buildings or structures so old, dilapidated or out of repair as to be dangerous, unsafe, unsanitary or otherwise unfit for human use;
   (F)   All wires over streets, alleys or public grounds which are strung less than fifteen feet (15') above the surface of the street or ground;
   (G)   All obstructions of streets, alleys, sidewalks or crosswalks and all excavations in or under the same, except as permitted by the ordinances of the city or which, although made in accordance with the ordinances, are kept or maintained for an unreasonable length of time after the purpose thereof has been accomplished;
   (H)   All open and unguarded pits, wells, excavations or unused basements freely accessible from any public street, alley or sidewalk;
   (I)   All abandoned refrigerators or iceboxes from which the doors and other covers have not been removed or which are not equipped with a device for opening from the inside by pushing only with the strength of a small child;
   (J)   Any unauthorized or unlawful use of property abutting on a public street, alley or sidewalk or of a public street, alley or sidewalk which causes large crowds of people to gather, obstructing traffic and free use of the streets or sidewalks;
   (K)   Any advertisements or signs affixed to any building, wall, fence, sidewalk, street or other private or public property without permission of the owner thereof;
   (L)   Any sign, marquee or awning which is in an unsafe condition or which overhangs any roadway or which overhangs any sidewalk less than eight feet (8') above the sidewalk surface;
   (M)   Any structure, material or condition which constitutes a fire hazard or will impair the extinguishing of any fire;
   (N)   Any inscription, design, writing or drawing sprayed, painted or otherwise placed onto property, either public or private, with the intent, or having a tendency, to deface or mar the property; and
   (O)   Any nuisance so defined by the Illinois Compiled Statutes. (Ord. 1962, 3-8-2011)