Chapter 107 NUISANCES
Section 107-5 ENUMERATION OF NUISANCES
The following acts when committed or conditions when existing within the Town are
defined and declared to be nuisances:
1. An act done or committed or aided or assisted to be done
or committed by any person or any
substance, being or thing kept, maintained, placed or found in or upon any private place which is
injurious or dangerous to the public health or safety.
2. All buildings, bridges, or other structures of whatever
character kept or maintained or which
are permitted by any person owning or having control thereof to be kept or maintained in a
condition unsafe, dangerous, unhealthy, injurious or annoying to the public.
3. All trees and other appendages of or to realty kept or
maintained or which are permitted by
any person owning or having control thereof to be kept or maintained in a condition unsafe,
dangerous, unhealthy, injurious or annoying to the public.
4. All standing water, animal matter, or vegetable matter,
or other substance that is or is liable
to become putrid, offensive, annoying, baneful, or unhealthy.
5. All obstructions caused or permitted on any street or sidewalk
to the danger or annoyance of
the public and all stones, rubbish, dirt, filth, slops, vegetable matter or other article thrown or
placed by any person on or in any street, sidewalk or other public place which in any way may
cause any injury or annoyance to the public.
6. All stables, cattle yards, hog, sheep or cow pens or yards
for poultry permitted by the owner
thereof or the person responsible therefor to be in such a condition as to become offensive,
annoying or injurious to the public.
7. All structures and places where explosive or combustible
substances, liquids or gasses are
stored or used in such manner as to constitute a hazard to the safety or health of persons or a
hazard to property.
B. The nuisances described in this section shall not be construed as exclusive, and
any act or
commission or omission and any condition which constitutes a nuisance by statue or common
law of the state, when committed, omitted or existing within the Town, is hereby declared to
constitute a nuisance.