CODE OF SOUTH JACKSONVILLE
§ 90.01 UNSAFE MOTOR VEHICLES.
No person shall permit any motor vehicle which is not in safe operating condition or which is unlicensed to remain within the corporate limits of the village outside of a garage or other suitable enclosure for more than 30 days and at no time shall a person permit more than one such vehicle to remain inside the corporate limits of the village outside of a garage or other suitable enclosure.
(Ord. 448, passed 10-3-1974) Penalty, see § 90.99
§ 90.02 WEEDS.
(A) The owners of each lot and parcel of real estate in said village shall cut and destroy all weeds growing on their respective parcels of real estate in said village.
(B) (1) The Village Clerk is directed to notify in writing any owner of property who has weeds growing on his or her property in said village.
(2) Said notice is to be sent by certified mail postage prepaid.
(3) If any owner at the end of ten days from date of mailing of said notice has refused or neglected to cut said weeds, the Village Clerk is directed to have the same cut and thereupon to collect from the owner of said property the reasonable costs of cutting said weeds all according to the provisions of Chapter 24, Article 23, Paragraph 113, including the filing of lien as provided therein.
(Ord. 247, passed 7-5-1956)
§ 90.03 EMISSION OF DENSE SMOKE.
(A) It shall be unlawful to cause the emission of dense smoke from any fire, engine, chimney, oil burner, or any other agency in the village, so as to cause annoyance and discomfort to the residents thereof, and to prevent the injury of the property of the residents of said village.
(B) For the purpose of testing and grading the density of smoke, the Ringlemann Smoke Chart, as proposed and used by the United States Geological Survey, shall be, and is hereby, adopted as a standard for such grading, and smoke shall be, and hereby is defined as, and declared to be DENSE when it is of a degree of density of number three on said chart, or greater, for more than six minutes in any one hour; whether such period of time is consecutive or not.
§ 90.04 PLACING OF ASHES, SOOT, FINE CINDERS, AND OTHER OBJECTIONABLE MATTER UPON STREETS AND ALLEYS.
The placing of ashes, soot, fine cinders, or other noxious or offensive matter, upon any street or alley in the village, be and the same is hereby declared to be a nuisance.
(Ord. 67, passed 6-4-1924) Penalty, see § 90.99
§ 90.05 RUBBISH IN HIGHWAYS.
Any and every paper, paste-board, dirt, chips, wood, stones, glassware, tinware, crockery, or other rubbish, and any and every dead animal, manure, filth, noxious, or offensive matter placed or deposited in or upon any public ground or highway in said village is hereby declared to be a nuisance.
(Ord. 19, passed 1-10-1912) Penalty, see § 90.99
§ 90.99 PENALTY.
(A) Any person violating any provision of this chapter for which no specific penalty is prescribed shall be subject to § 10.99 of this code of ordinances.
(B) Any person, firm, or corporation violating any provision of § 90.01 shall be fined not less than $100 or more than $500 for each violation of § 90.01.
(C) Any person, firm, or corporation violating any provision of § 90.03 shall be fined not less than $100 for each offense, and a separate offense shall be deemed committed on each day during, or on, which a violation occurs or continues.
(D) Every person found guilty of creating a nuisance, as defined in § 90.04, shall be fined not less $100 for each and every such offense.
(E) Every person violating § 90.05 shall be fined not less than $100 for each and every offense.
(Ord. 19, passed 1-10-1912; Ord. 67, passed 6-4-1924; Ord. 234, passed 4-7-1955; Ord. 448, passed 10-3-1974)