7–201. OPEN BURNING.
(a) No garbage or other materials described as garbage shall be burned at any time except in an incinerator or other appliance Constructed specifically for such purposes and approved by the city council, and equipped with a flue, chimney, or smokestack which will carry the smoke and odors therefrom above surrounding rooftops.
(b) It shall be unlawful for any person to kindle or maintain any bonfire or any rubbish fire or authorize any such fire to be kindled or maintained on or in any public sidewalk, street, alley, road, utility easement, or other public ground except in authorized fire places in park locations, unless permission from Coffey County shall have first been obtained.
(c) No person shall kindle or maintain any bonfire, rubbish fire, or trash fire, nor permit any such fire to be kindled or maintained on any private property within the city except in an incinerator properly and safely constructed and located in accordance with requirements of the city council.
(d) All persons must comply with the Coffey County burning requirements. (Ord. 80-1; Code 2012)
7-202. ACCUMULATION OF RUBBISH AND TRASH.
It shall be unlawful for any person to allow to accumulate or to keep in any part of any building or outside of and adjacent to any building or in any alley, sidewalk, street or premises within 30 feet of any building any rubbish, trash, waste paper, excelsior, empty boxes, barrels or other combustibles which shall constitute a fire hazard. (Code 2012)
7-203. KEEPING OF PACKING MATERIALS.
It shall be unlawful to keep excelsior or other packing material in any other than metal or wood metal line boxes or bins having self-closing or automatic covers. All refuse and trash from rooms where packing or unpacking is done shall be removed daily. (Code 2012)
7-204. STORAGE OF ASHES.
It shall be unlawful to store ashes inside of any non-fireproof building unless they are stored in a noncombustible container or receptacle, and a clearance of at least five feet shall be maintained between such container or receptacle and any combustible materials not placed therein. Ashes shall not be stored outside of any building in wooden, plastic, or paper product receptacles or dumped in contact with or in close proximity to any combustible materials. (Code 2012)
7-205. FILLING GASOLINE TANKS OF MOTOR VEHICLES.
The engines of motor vehicles shall be stopped when the gasoline tanks of such vehicles are being filled with gasoline at service stations or other places where gasoline is supplied to motor vehicles. The driver or person in control of such vehicle when the gasoline tank of same is being filled who refuses, neglects or fails to stop the engine of such vehicle shall likewise be guilty of a violation of this code. (Code 2012)
7-206. FIRE HAZARDS GENERALLY.
It is unlawful for any person to cause or create anywhere within the city, or to permit on any premises under his or her control, any situation or condition that is conducive to or likely to cause or permit the outbreak of fire or the spreading of fire. Any situation or condition conducive to the outbreak of or spreading of fire, is declared to be a fire hazard. The violation of or failure to comply with any law pertaining to the storage, handling or use of inflammable oils, explosives, liquefied petroleum gases, or fertilizers and all wires and other conductors charged with electricity, is declared to be a fire hazard. The placing of stools, chairs or any other obstruction in the aisles, hallways, doorway, or exit of any theater, public hall, auditorium, church or other place of indoor public assemblage, or the failure to provide any such place of public assemblage with sufficient, accessible and unobstructed fire exits and escapes is also declared to be a fire hazard. The obstruction of any street, avenue, alley, fire hydrant or any other condition that might delay the fire department in fighting fire is declared to be unlawful. (Code 2012)