[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of East Rochester 2-9-1983 by L.L. No. 2-1983 as Ch. 120 of the 1983 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Any person owning or having the management or control of any lot or parcel of land in the town/village shall keep and preserve the same clean and inoffensive and free from burdocks, thistles, sticktights, briers, ragweed and other noxious weeds at all times and shall prevent the depositing or collecting of any refuse, rubbish or garbage thereon unless a permit has been obtained therefor. In case any person shall fail to comply with this section, after five days' notice by the Building Inspector to do so, the Building Inspector may cause such lot or parcel of land to be cleaned, and the expense thereby incurred shall be assessed against such property in the manner prescribed by law.
No person shall play in or about or interfere with or tamper with or damage any buildings under construction or vacant buildings or any personal property therein.
[Added 3-8-1999 by L.L. No. 1-1999]
It shall be unlawful for any person, either as owner, lessee, agent, tenant or otherwise, to throw, cast or deposit, or cause or permit to run, drop or remain or to be thrown, cast or deposited, in or upon any vacant lot of land or vacant place, upon the surface of any lot of land, enclosed or otherwise, or upon any roof or in any court, yard or open space within the Town/Village of East Rochester, except at such place or places designated or provided by the Board of Trustees of the Village of East Rochester, New York, any waste, leaves, brush, hay, weeds, straw, litter, wastepaper, boxes, shavings or any filthy, combustible or flammable materials, rubbish, garbage or dirt whereby a fire hazard, danger or risk is or may be engendered or injuriously affected or whereby the premises of another, or the enjoyment of the premises of another, are or may be injured, damaged, interfered with or prejudiced. Nothing in this section shall be construed as to prohibit the depositing of manure upon any private property for the purpose of cultivating the same.