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[R.O. 1996 § 515.600; Ord. No. 4517 § 2, 11-3-2014 ] Dead, dying or diseased trees, or portions thereof, shall be treated, pruned or removed so as not to pose a threat to adjoining private or public property.
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... It shall be unlawful for any person in a City park to climb on or up any tree, monument, building, flagpole, work of art, retaining wall, chimney swift ...
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Cross Reference: See Ch. 240 , Tree Trimming And Maintenance. [R.O. 1996 § 505.050; CC 1968 § 18-12] It shall be unlawful for any person to cut, hack or otherwise injure any tree or trees standing or growing in any City right-of-way areas.
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Cross Reference: See Ch. 240 , Tree Trimming And Maintenance. [R.O. 1996 § 505.040; CC 1968 § 18-11] All shade, ornamental or fruit trees shall be kept clear of the sidewalks of the City, ...
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Those trees not included in the meaning or intent of the definition of "certain trees" above.
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Grass clippings, leaves, tree and shrub pruning, garden wastes and other yard debris.
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Grass clippings, leaves, tree and shrub prunings, garden wastes and other yard debris.
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The use of land for the production of row crops, field crops, tree crops or timber.
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To alter, trim or cut a tree in accordance with generally accepted ... (6) feet from a line. In the case of "certain trees" pruning may be performed in such a manner so as ... clearance; and as it applies to "other trees" a horizontal clearance of six (6) feet.
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... habits, or brittle wood together with those trees that due to form, damage or disease are hazardous ... — Fraxinus americana; boxelder — Acer negundo; tree of heaven — Ailantus altissima; cottonwood — ...
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The actual removal or causing the effective removal through damaging, or other direct or indirect actions resulting in the death of trees.
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All grasses, annual plants and vegetation, other than trees or shrubs; provided, however, this term shall not include cultivated flowers and gardens.
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... property. The cutting of trees or vegetation for firewood or ... or their designee. Trees, Shrubs, Or Plants In City Parks. Removal Of Trees; Cutting Of Fire Wood. It ... transplant or remove any tree, plant or shrub, or injure ...
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An enclosure or barrier such as wooden posts, wire, iron, etc., used as a boundary, means of protection, privacy screening or confinement, but not including hedges, shrubs, trees or other natural growth.
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... alter, trim or cut any tree growing in or upon any ... exceptions: Certain Trees In Or Overhanging An ... easement may prune certain trees which are in or overhanging ... trunk or branches of such tree are within six (6) feet of ...
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... in such right-of-way or easement a tree, lawn or grassy area between the ... right-of-way or easement, then such tree, lawn or grassy area shall be ... private lot to equally maintain the tree, lawn or grassy area within the ...
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... vehicular drop-offs. This type should be allocated in conjunction with other frontage types. Large trees within the forecourts may overhang the sidewalk.
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... and other combustible materials, paper, rags, cartons, boxes, wood, excelsior, rubber, leather, tree branches, yard trimmings, tin cans, metals, mineral matter, glass, crockery and dust and other ...
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