(A)   It shall be unlawful for the owner, occupant, tenant or lessee of any dwelling or place of business to allow solid waste to accumulate on his or her premises, or to place or cause to be placed the containers therefore in such a manner as to cause unsanitary conditions in the city. If the owner of any dwelling or place of business, after having been given 24 hours’ notice in writing by the Code Enforcement Officer, shall refuse or neglect to perform the duties in connection with his or her property as specified in this chapter, the Code Enforcement Officer is hereby authorized to enter upon the property and have the solid waste removed and the costs shall be charged against the premises. Any person cited shall be guilty of a violation of this chapter and punished as provided by § 53.99.
   (B)   It shall be a violation of this section for such owner, occupant, tenant or lessee to place, more than 24 hours before or to allow to remain more than 24 hours after the scheduled collection date, trash or garbage containers at the curbside pickup point except for a showing of just cause. The collection date and curbside collection point shall be established by the authorized agent, or his authorized representative, who shall give adequate notice thereof to each owner, occupant, tenant or lessee.
   (C)   The curbside collection point is established only for efficient and economical collection service, and it shall be the duty of each premises’ occupant to keep the containers at all times other than as allowed by this section at a location on his premises which is suitable and consistent with the standard set forth in division (A) of this section.
(Ord. 2016-06-578, passed 6-7-16)