Chapter 170 WEEDS AND DEBRIS.
Section 170-3 REMOVAL OF TRASH; TOWN ACTION ON FAILURE OF OWNER TO REMOVE.
Whenever the Town Council deems it necessary, because of unsightly, unsanitary or
conditions, the owner of any property in the town shall, after reasonable notice, remove
therefrom any and all trash, garbage, refuse, litter and other substances which might endanger the
health of other residents of the town, and should the owner fail, refuse or neglect to comply with
the notice, he shall be subject to a fine not to exceed fifty dollars ($50.), or, if the Town Council
deems it necessary, it may, after reasonable notice, have such trash, garbage, refuse, litter and
other substances which might endanger the health of other residents of the town, removed by its
agents or employees, and the costs and expenses thereof shall be chargeable to and paid by the
owner of such property and may be collected by the town as taxes and levies are collected, and
such charge shall constitute a lien upon such property until paid
(Ord. No. 1-8-68 Amended 1-8-68)
* Editor's Note: Former Sec. 13-18 of the 1965 Code, which immediately followed
section, was repealed 1-8-68.