Change 4, January 10, 2006
Municipal code references
Animal control: title 10.
Littering streets, etc.: § 16-107.
Toilet facilities in beer places: § 8-211(10).
PROPERTY MAINTENANCE REGULATIONS1
3. SLUM CLEARANCE.
4. DISPLAY OF GOODS.
5. OPEN STORAGE OF REFUSE, JUNK, ABANDONED MOTOR VEHICLES
13-101. Health officer.
13-102. Smoke, soot, cinders, etc.
13-103. Stagnant water.
13-105. Dead animals.
13-106. Health and sanitation nuisances.
13-107. House trailers.
13-101. Health officer. The "health officer" shall be such municipal,
county, or state officer as the city manager shall appoint or designate to
administer and enforce health and sanitation regulations within the
municipality. (1985 Code, § 8-401)
13-102. Smoke, soot, cinders, etc. It shall be unlawful for any person
to permit or cause the escape of such quantities of dense smoke, soot, cinders,
noxious acids, fumes, dust, or gases as to be detrimental to or to endanger the
health, comfort, and safety of the public or so as to cause or have a tendency to
cause injury or damage to property or business. (1985 Code, § 8-405)
13-103. Stagnant water. It shall be unlawful for any person to
knowingly allow any pool of stagnant water to accumulate and stand on his
property without treating it so as to effectively prevent the breeding of
mosquitoes. (1985 Code, § 8-406)
13-104. Weeds. Every owner or tenant of property shall periodically cut
the grass and other vegetation commonly recognized as weeds on his property,
and it shall be unlawful for any person to fail to comply with an order by the city
manager or chief of police to cut such vegetation when it has reached a height
of over one (1) foot.
In the event the owner or tenant fails within ten (10) days to comply with
the order of the city manager or the chief of police, the City of Lewisburg may
go upon the premises and cut the grass or other vegetation and charge the
owner or tena