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An "inoperable motor vehicle" shall mean any one of the following: any motor vehicle which is not in operating condition; any motor vehicle which for a period of 60 days or longer has been partially or totally disassembled by the removal of tires and wheels, the engine, or other essential parts required for operation of the vehicle; or any motor vehicle being without valid license plates and a valid inspection decal.
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It shall be the duty of all owners of any vacant developed or undeveloped property situated within the City at all times to cut and remove from the land or premises so occupied or owned all grass, weeds, or other foreign growth that may be detrimental to the health, comfort or general welfare of other residents of the City or which exceeds 12 inches in height.
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In accordance with City Code Section 244-6, Whenever there exists upon any property in the City any trash, garbage not collected by the City, refuse, rubbish, litter and other substances which might endanger the health, comfort or general welfare of other residents of the City, the owner of the property shall forthwith remove, or cause to be removed, such materials or substances. In accordance with City Code Section 244-11.4 (A), Except as provided herein, no person who owns or is in possession of, in charge of or in control of any property shall store, deposit, scatter or keep on the premises in any residential area any of the following: lumber, scrap metal, construction materials, machinery components, equipment, appliances, furniture not designed and intended for exterior use, or any similar object which is not clearly intended for outdoor use on the premises.