8.24.027 – Multiple-use collection

  1. General requirements.
    For the purposes of this Chapter, the term “Multiple-Use Structure” shall mean all structures containing a mixture of residential and another zoning use or uses.  All property owners and occupiers of Multiple-Use Structures in the City shall collect and dispose of all accumulations of garbage and refuse, recyclable material and compostable material regularly and systematically, at least once every fourteen (14) days and otherwise in accordance with this Section 8.24.027.  Containers to be used for the collection of garbage and refuse from Multiple-Use Structures shall be tightly covered metal or other non-corrodible, watertight containers.
  2. Service areas.
    For the purposes of this Chapter, the term “Service Area” or “Service Areas” shall mean:
    1. Generally located at Milestone Row – North, as shown in Exhibit E and generally described as Lot 16 in Brownstone Subdivision according to the plat thereof recorded as Document Number 2001K000149, excluding that part of said Lot 16 dedicated for right of way purposes by Document Number 2005K115547 and including that part of Limestone Drive vacated by Document Number 2005K093278, in the City of St. Charles, Kane County, Illinois.
    2. Generally located at S. 1st Street and Cobblestone Drive, as shown in Exhibit F and generally described as Lot 8 in Phase 1 of First Street Redevelopment Subdivision according to the plat thereof recorded as Document Number 2007K035551, in the City of St. Charles, Kane County, Illinois.
    3. Generally located in the area of Illinois Avenue, 6th Avenue, Indiana Avenue and 4th Avenue, as shown in Exhibit G and generally described as Lot 1 of Heritage Square, being a re-subdivision of Block 10 according to the plat thereof recorded as Document Number 2002K021991 and Lot 1 of Heritage Square 2 being a re-subdivision of Block 19 recorded as Document 2006K123358 in the City of St. Charles, Kane County, Illinois.
      (Ord. 2010-M-37 § 1.)
  3. Grease.
    Property owners and occupiers of Multiple-Use Structures within the Service Areas shall deposit all grease in approved containers designated by the City.  Said Property owners and occupiers shall pay to the City the scavenger’s pickup fee in accordance with the terms and conditions of the City contract with the licensed scavenger.  Deposit of grease materials on the ground or in unapproved containers is expressly prohibited.
  4. Refuse.
    Property owners and occupiers of Multiple-Use Structures within the Service Areas shall deposit all garbage, refuse, and recyclables in approved containers designated by the City. Said owners and occupiers shall pay to the City the scavenger’s pickup fee in accordance with terms and conditions of the City contract with the licensed scavenger.  Deposit of garbage, refuse and recyclable materials on the ground or in unapproved containers is expressly prohibited.
(2010-M-37: § 1; 2008-M-64: § 1)