901.10  STREET COMMISSIONER'S POWER TO TRIM OR REMOVE.
   The Street Commissioner shall have the right to trim or remove such shrubs within the lines of all streets, alleys, lands and public grounds as may be necessary to insure safety to pedestrians and vehicular traffic and he, under the power granted by this section, may remove, cause or order to be removed any shrub or part thereof which is in an unsafe condition or which, by reason of its location, may be hazardous to pedestrians or vehicular traffic. The Street Commissioner shall have the power to enter upon any private grounds for the purpose of trimming or removing trees and shrubbery in order to prevent danger therefrom to person or property, in the event the owner or occupant of such premises does not comply with the orders of the Street Commissioner relative to the trimming or removal of shrubbery which, in his opinion, are hazardous to pedestrians or vehicular traffic.
(1967 Code §19-10)