4-1-1: DEFINITIONS:
As used in this chapter, the following words and terms shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this section:
INOPERATIVE: Mechanically nonfunctional motor vehicle or equipment not capable of operation for its intended purpose.
JUNK: Includes lumber, barrels, metals, discarded appliances or furniture; any castoff or discarded articles and materials which are no longer in use for their intended purpose, or any other reasonable purpose. Any article of material which, unaltered or unchanged, can be used as readily as when new shall not be considered junk. Additionally, portions of disabled motor vehicles including, but not limited to, hoods, fenders, radiators, rims or motor parts not being utilized for the repair of a motor vehicle within thirty (30) days shall be considered as junk.
OUTSIDE: All areas of a lot, property, or right of way not inside a building or fully enclosed structure.
REFUSE: All nondecomposable, solid waste including garbage, litter, rubbish, ashes, street cleanings, dead animals, animal feces, abandoned automobiles, and solid market and industrial waste.
RUBBISH: All nondecomposable, solid waste, consisting of both combustible or noncombustible wastes, such as paper, yard trimmings, tree branches, bedding, building materials, furniture, crockery, and similar material.
TRASH: Includes wire, bottles, broken glass, dead weeds, stumps, tree limbs, underbrush, discarded parts and equipment, yard trimmings, hay and/or straw, discarded building materials, paper and cloth products, ashes and other waste material, any other castoff or discarded articles and materials which are no longer in use for their intended purpose, or any other reasonable purpose. (Ord. 2001-02, 4-23-2001)