4-1-2: NUISANCES ENUMERATED:
The following uses shall be deemed a nuisance, and shall constitute a violation of this chapter:
   A.   Refuse Or Rubbish Not In Covered Container: Maintaining of refuse or rubbish on real property other than contained in a covered container. The maintaining of a compost pile utilizing reasonable and prudent means of husbandry shall not be a violation of this provision.
   B.   Obnoxious And Offensive Odors: The emission of obnoxious and offensive odors or the tainting of the air rendering it offensive or unwholesome so as to affect the health or comfort of persons located in the area.
   C.   Filthy, Foul, Or Offensive Matter Or Liquid: The presence or discharge of filthy, foul, or offensive matter or liquid of any kind into any street, alley, public place, or property, whether your own property or the property of another.
   D.   Animal Carcasses, Remains, Or Feces: The accumulation of animal carcasses, remains, or feces.
   E.   Accumulation Of Junk, Trash, Waste, Discharge Material Or Salvage: The accumulation, without roof or cover or other protection, upon any property or within any structure, of junk, rubbish, trash, waste, discharge material or salvage in such a manner as to harbor rats, rodents, mice, pack rats, wild rabbits, vermin, skunks or animals which may transmit or cause to be transmitted to human beings rabies, tularemia, plague, tick fever or other diseases; or in such manner as to provide a breeding place for flies, mosquitoes, or other harmful insects.
   F.   Maintenance Of Premises In Manner Causing Diminution Of Value Of Property Of Others: The keeping or maintaining of premises in a manner causing substantial diminution in the value of property of others in the vicinity in which the premises is located.
   G.   Accumulation Of Inflammable Or Combustible Materials: The accumulation of inflammable or combustible material of every kind in such a manner as to endanger by fire any property or structure within the town, unless guarded and protected, so far as practicable, to prevent fires from originating thereon or from spreading when started near such materials.
   H.   Abandoned Vehicles: The maintaining of an abandoned vehicle upon private property.
      1.   Definition: An "abandoned vehicle" is defined as:
         a.   Any motor vehicle with any of the four (4) tires of the main wheels deflated or removed, or any of the main wheels removed, other than for up to thirty (30) days when the vehicle is being repaired.
         b.   Any motor vehicle which is totally or partially suspended off the ground by jacks, blocks, or any other lifting devices, other than for up to thirty (30) days when the vehicle is being repaired.
         c.   Any motor vehicle with the windshield or window glass broken; doors, hood, trunk or running gears removed; or with more than fifty percent (50%) of the interior removed, other than for up to thirty (30) days when repairing the vehicle, except for stock cars and other vehicles with intrinsic restorable value. A "stock car" is defined as any car used in racing, whether modified, stock or otherwise, demolition derby cars, speed cars, funny cars.
      2.   For purposes of this subsection, any one of the nonexclusive circumstances existing prior to, or at the time notice is delivered, shall be considered evidence that a vehicle upon private property constitutes a public nuisance.
   I.   Inoperative Household Appliances: The maintenance of any inoperative refrigerator, freezer, washer, dryer, or other household appliance on outside private property. (Ord. 2001-02, 4-23-2001)