Chapter 7.05
SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL1

Sections:

7.05.010    Definitions.

7.05.020    Solid waste collection franchises, permits and licenses.

7.05.030    Manner, time and frequency of collection.

7.05.040    Categories.

7.05.050    Collection arrangements required.

7.05.060    Fees.

7.05.070    Solid waste facilities.

7.05.080    Liability for fees.

7.05.090    Containers – Location.

7.05.100    Use of containers.

7.05.110    Frequency of removal.

7.05.120    Containers – Located for collection.

7.05.140    Contractor equipment.

7.05.150    Trucks – Noise.

7.05.160    Self-haulers and gardeners – Disposal at authorized sites – Reporting requirements.

7.05.170    Ownership of recyclable solid waste placed for collection.

7.05.180    Recyclable material – Transfer and disposal.

7.05.190    Cleanup responsibility.

7.05.200    Use of collector’s containers.

7.05.210    Removal of solid waste.

7.05.220    Institutional, commercial or industrial solid waste.

7.05.230    Solid waste burning or burying prohibited.

7.05.240    Franchise or permit required – Penalty for violation.

7.05.250    Public nuisance.

7.05.260    Unauthorized disposal.

7.05.270    Enforcement.

7.05.280    Civil action by contractor.

7.05.010 Definitions.

The following definitions apply to the use of these terms for the purposes of this chapter:

Words and phrases not ascribed a meaning by this title shall have the meaning ascribed by California Public Resources Code Sections 40105 through 40201 and the regulations of the California Integrated Waste Management Board.

“Act” means the California Integrated Waste Management Act of 1989 (California Public Resources Code Section 40000 et seq.), as it may be amended from time to time.

“Bulk household waste” means all discarded household waste matter which is too large to be placed in a covered container including, but not limited to, vehicle tires and/or wheels, furniture, appliances, discarded carpets, discarded mattresses, discarded electronic equipment, residential wastes (including wood waste, tree branches, scrap wood) and similar large items produced from residential premises, and is considered solid waste for purposes of this chapter.

“Civic litter containers” means city-owned receptacles located in public areas for disposal of waste generated by the public.

“Collection” means the act of collecting solid waste, including recyclable solid waste and green waste, at or near the place of generation by a collector who has made arrangements with the generator for the collection of the solid waste, recyclable solid waste and green waste.

“Collector” means a contractor which has made arrangements for the collection of solid waste, including recyclable solid waste and green waste.

“Commercial bins” means bins provided by a collector, usually three cubic yards or greater in capacity and designed for the deposit of solid waste, including recyclable solid waste and green waste, charged at commercial rates.

“Commercial premises” means all premises in the city, other than residential premises, where solid waste, including recyclable solid waste and green waste, is generated or accumulated. The term “commercial premises” includes, but is not limited to, stores; restaurants; rooming houses; hotels; motels; office buildings; department stores; manufacturing, processing or assembling shops or plants; hospitals; clinics; and nursing homes.

“Container” means any bin, vessel, can or receptacle used for collecting solid waste, including recyclable solid waste and green waste, for removal.

“Continuation/claim hauler” means a solid waste collector which claims a right to collect solid waste based on “continuation rights” as set forth in California Public Resources Code Section 49520 et seq. or any other law. No inference shall be drawn from this or any other section of this title that the city recognizes any such claim or that the city has determined that any solid waste enterprise is or may be eligible for “continuation” or any other rights under the California Public Resources Code or any other law.

“Contractor” means a person, persons, local agency, firm, corporation or other entity franchised, authorized, permitted or licensed by the city to make arrangements with generators for the collection of solid waste, including recyclable solid waste and green waste, within the city.

“Designated recycling collection location” means the place designated by the contractor for the collection of recyclable solid waste. This location may be, but the city does not require that it be, at the curbside of a residential neighborhood or the service alley of a commercial enterprise.

“Dwelling” means a residence, including any flat, apartment, or other facility intended to be and permitted to be used for housing one or more persons, except “dwelling” does not include hospitals, hotels, motels, nursing homes or convalescent centers.

“Electronic waste (E-waste)” means any appliances, devices, and other objects containing electronic components, and includes (but is not limited to) computers, computer monitors, cellular telephones, copiers, fax machines, DVD players, VCRs, and televisions, and other electronic devices that are categorized as E-waste by the California Integrated Waste Management Board.

“Franchise” means the right and privilege: (1) to make arrangements for the collection of and to collect solid waste, (2) to transport solid waste to landfills, transformation facilities or other licensed solid waste management facilities and/or (3) to recycle recyclable solid waste collected within the city. Any franchise is subject to any continuation or other rights, if any, held by any other solid waste enterprise pursuant to California Public Resources Code Section 49520 et seq., or other laws granting the right to provide solid waste hauling services in the city.

“Franchise fee” means the fee imposed by the city on a solid waste contractor because of its status as a solid waste contractor and which, inter alia, is intended to offset the city’s expenses in administering the franchise and to compensate city for damage to its streets, sidewalks, curbs and gutters and other infrastructure resulting from the solid waste contractor’s exercise of the franchise, the expenses of administering the solid waste program, reporting requirements under the Act and other related expenses.

“Generator” means any person or other entity which produces solid waste.

“Green waste” means any organic waste generated from any landscape, including grass clippings, leaves, prunings, tree trimmings, pine needles, weeds, branches and brush collected pursuant to this chapter.

“Gross revenues” means any and all revenue or compensation in any form derived directly or indirectly by the solid waste contractor, its subsidiaries, parent companies or other affiliates, for the collection, transportation, processing, disposal and other services with respect to solid waste collected within the city pursuant to a franchise, permit or license, in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Gross revenues include, but are not limited to, monthly customer fees for collection of solid waste, special pick-up fees, commercial bin and drop box rental and collection fees, fees for redelivery of commercial bins and drop boxes, without subtracting franchise fees, but excluding disposal or processing costs incurred at disposal or processing facilities.

“Hazardous waste” means any waste, substance or mixture of wastes defined as a “hazardous substance” or “hazardous waste” pursuant to the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), 42 U.S.C. 6901 et seq., the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA), 42 U.S.C. 9601 et seq., the California Health and Safety Code and all future amendments, or as defined by the California Integrated Waste Management Board, or its successor, and any consumer product with the characteristics of a hazardous substance. Where there is a conflict in the definitions employed by two or more agencies having jurisdiction over hazardous or solid waste, the term “hazardous waste” shall be construed to have the broader, more encompassing definition.

“Place” or “premises” means every dwelling house; dwelling unit; apartment house or multiple dwelling building; trailer or mobilehome park; store; restaurant; rooming house; hotel; motel; office building; department store; manufacturing, processing, or assembling shop or plant; and every place or premises where any person resides, or any business is carried on or conducted within the city or any other site upon which solid waste is produced or accumulates.

“Recyclable material” means a material which has commercial value and which is sold for compensation or donated to an entity other than a solid waste collector or enterprise. Recyclable materials are commodities and not part of the waste stream. Recyclable materials lose their character as recyclable materials upon being disposed of in the waste stream and become solid waste subject to this title. If the seller or donor of recyclable material pays the buyer or donee, including any solid waste enterprise, any consideration for collecting, processing, recycling, transporting or disposing of recyclable material, the transaction shall not be regarded as a sale or donation of recyclable material, but as an arrangement for the disposal of solid waste subject to this title.

“Recyclable solid waste” means a form of solid waste which has been separated by a generator before having been disposed of into the waste stream. Recyclable solid waste is a part of the solid waste stream which can be reused or processed into a form suitable for reuse through reprocessing or remanufacture, consistent with the requirements of the Act. The term “recyclable solid waste” includes both mixed recyclables which have been separated from other solid waste and source-separated single-category recyclable solid waste. Recyclable solid waste does not include those potentially recoverable items which are commingled with nonrecyclable solid waste, i.e., commingled nonrecyclable solid waste and potentially recyclable solid waste. Nor does recyclable solid waste include recyclable material which is not a part of the waste stream.

“Residential premises” means single-family residences, multifamily residences, including apartments and condominiums, but does not include hotels or motels.

“Self hauler” means a person who personally collects and removes solid waste from property owned by that person, with equipment owned or leased by that person, and who personally transports the solid waste to a solid waste facility licensed or permitted to accept such solid waste.

“Single-family residential” includes single-family residences and any other residences that do not use bin services on a regular basis for the accumulation of solid waste.

“Solid waste” means all types of solid waste, including green waste and recyclable solid waste, but excluding hazardous, generated or accumulated at residential and/or commercial premises and placed in standard residential solid waste containers and/or commercial bins for accumulation and collection.

“Solid waste management facility” means a facility where solid waste is sorted, processed, treated, or transferred.

“Standard residential solid waste container” means a container provided by the collector for the accumulation, storage and collection of single-family residential solid waste.

“Universal waste” means any batteries, fluorescent tubes and light bulbs, items (such as thermometers and toys) containing mercury, nonempty aerosol cans, and any other items designated or categorized as E-waste or as universal waste by the California Integrated Waste Management Board and/or California Department of Toxic Substances Control. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

Cross-reference: definitions generally, AVMC 1.02.010.

7.05.020 Solid waste collection franchises, permits and licenses.

A. The city council may award one or more franchises, permits or licenses for collection of solid waste, including recyclable solid waste and green waste, from all or a portion of single-family residential properties, commercial, industrial, governmental, institutional, and multifamily residential properties in the city. Any such franchise, permit or license shall be granted by the city council by resolution, upon a determination that the public health, safety and well-being so require.

B. The franchise, permit or license shall be granted in writing, naming the holder of the franchise, and shall be on such terms and conditions as the city council shall establish in its sole discretion. At a minimum, the franchise, permit or license shall provide that:

1. The franchisee, permittee or licensee shall comply with the provisions of this title as it may be amended; and

2. The franchisee, permittee, or licensee shall be required to protect, defend, indemnify, and hold the city harmless from any liability, including, specifically, liability under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976 (42 U.S.C. 6901 et seq.) and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (42 U.S.C. 9601 et seq.), as they may be amended from time to time, and all regulations implementing these acts; and

3. The franchisee, permittee or licensee shall be required to cooperate with the city in solid waste generation studies and the preparation of waste stream audits, and to implement measures to reach the solid waste and recycling goals mandated by the Act. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

Cross-reference: business licenses and regulations, AVMC Title 4.

7.05.030 Manner, time and frequency of collection.

The contractors who arrange for the collection of solid waste, including recyclable solid waste and green waste, shall make arrangements with their customers specifying the manner in which solid waste collection services are provided, subject only to the city’s duty to protect public health, safety and well-being by prohibiting the collection of solid waste between certain hours and on certain holidays, to control vectors and to limit sources of noise and air pollution within the city. The services shall be provided in compliance with this chapter and any applicable franchise agreement. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

7.05.040 Categories.

In order to carry out its duties to plan for the management of vehicular traffic and mitigate adverse air quality effects, the city council may determine waste management collection categories, i.e., residential, single-family residential, multifamily residential, commercial, industrial, special, special event, and other, and may make or impose franchise, license, contract or permit requirements which vary for such categories. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

7.05.050 Collection arrangements required.

In order to protect the public health, safety and well-being, and to prevent the spread of vectors, the owner, occupant, or other person responsible for the day-to-day operation of every place or premises in the city shall make arrangements with a solid waste contractor holding a franchise, contract, license or permit issued by the city for the collection of solid waste as set forth in this title. An owner, occupant, or other person responsible for the day-to-day operation of every place or premises in the city may act in the capacity of a self-hauler to personally collect and remove the solid waste from the place or premises in compliance with AVMC 7.05.160; provided, that solid waste collection service shall be maintained at all times, notwithstanding the self-hauling. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

7.05.060 Fees.

Pursuant to California Public Resources Code Section 40000 et seq., the city may levy fees upon contractors and generators for solid waste planning, collection, inspection, auditing, transfer and disposal and the planning for and response to hazardous waste releases and spills. Such fees may include charges for the use of landfills and may include costs of preparing and implementing source reduction and recycling elements, household hazardous waste elements and integrated waste management plans. The city may determine to collect all or part of such charges on the tax roll, whether or not delinquent, or by such other means as the council may elect. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

7.05.070 Solid waste facilities.

No person shall construct or operate a solid waste management facility (including but not limited to a materials recovery facility), landfill, composting facility, or buy-back recycling center without first satisfying all city requirements for land use and other approvals. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

7.05.080 Liability for fees.

A. Each person who arranges for solid waste collection pursuant to this chapter shall be liable for the fees and charges for such collection.

B. The city may include the fees and charges (plus any interest or penalties) for solid waste collection services on the property tax roll for the premises or by separate bill from the city or a solid waste contractor. The fees and charges (plus any interest or penalties) on the property tax roll for the premises or separate bill shall be due and payable on the date stated on the property tax roll for the premises or separate bill. The owner and occupant of each premises in the city each shall be jointly and severally liable for the payment of the fees and charges (plus any interest or penalties) for solid waste collection service availability, solid waste collection and disposal and recycling.

C. If solid waste collection fees and charges (and any applicable interest or penalties) are not paid within 30 days of the date payment was due, solid waste collection service may be discontinued. Liability for collection fees continues, whether or not collection services have been discontinued.

D. Upon written notice to the collector from the owner, occupant or other person responsible for day-to-day operation of a premises in the city to discontinue solid waste collection services because that person no longer occupies the premises, the collector shall refund any collection fees paid in advance for services extending beyond the date that services are discontinued. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

7.05.090 Containers – Location.

To protect public health, safety, and well-being against the growth and spread of disease vectors, it is the duty of every person in possession, charge, or control of any place within the city, in or from which solid waste, including recyclable solid waste and green waste, accumulates or is produced, to keep in a suitable place containers capable of holding without spilling all solid waste, including recyclable solid waste and green waste, which would ordinarily accumulate on the premises. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

7.05.100 Use of containers.

A. To protect public health, safety, and well-being against the growth and spread of disease vectors, the person who is in charge of residential or commercial premises shall deposit or cause to be deposited all solid waste, including recyclable solid waste and green waste, in standard containers or bins as approved by the collector.

B. To protect public health, safety, and well-being against the growth and spread of disease vectors, no person shall maintain or place for collection any container not in conformance with the standard container or bin designated by the collector.

C. To minimize interference with public rights-of-way, no person shall place a container adjacent to a street or public right-of-way for collection service before 6:00 p.m. on the day before the normal collection day.

D. To minimize interference with public rights-of-way, solid waste containers shall be removed from the street or right-of-way location by 6:00 p.m. on the normal collection day.

E. To minimize interference with public rights-of-way, bulky goods shall be placed for collection only pursuant to an arrangement between the resident or business and the contractor.

F. To minimize interference with public rights-of-way, tree trimmings and brush shall be cut into pieces not to exceed four feet in length and four inches in diameter, before being placed for collection. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

Cross-reference: encroachment and work in the public right-of-way, Chapter 10.04 AVMC.

7.05.110 Frequency of removal.

A. To protect public health, safety and well-being against the growth and spread of vectors, persons in charge of the day-to-day operation of properties other than where food is commercially prepared or sold, shall make arrangements to have removed, not less frequently than once a week, from the property all solid waste on the premises.

B. To protect public health, safety, and well-being against the growth and spread of vectors, every person in charge of an establishment where food is commercially prepared or sold shall cause all waste food solid waste to be removed from the property not less frequently than twice a week.

C. Subject to the requirements for minimum removals per week, set forth above, and the authority of the city’s director of public works to determine that it is necessary to require more frequent solid waste collection services or an increase in the size or number of bins in order to protect public health, safety, and well-being against the growth and spread of vectors, persons in charge of the day-to-day operation of commercial or multifamily residential premises may specify the frequency of collection of solid waste created, produced, or brought upon the premises, and the size and number of bins required.

D. In order to protect residents’ quiet enjoyment of their residential premises, collection from residential premises, both single-family and multifamily, shall be prohibited between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., Monday through Friday, and between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. for collections on Saturdays following holidays. Commercial collection which is audible in adjacent single-family residential areas shall be prohibited between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., Monday through Friday, and between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. for collections on Saturdays following holidays. Commercial collections which are not audible in residential areas shall be prohibited between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. on any day. Subject to the foregoing requirements, collections shall be made by arrangement between the person in charge of day-to-day operation of the property and the collector.

E. Collectors shall design their routes and times for collection in a manner which minimizes problems of air pollution, traffic, noise, wear and tear on public and private streets, or other problems having the potential to adversely affect public health, safety or the environment. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

7.05.120 Containers – Located for collection.

During the hours for collection, residential containers shall be placed at the location designated by the collector and shall be accessible for mechanized pick-up. Commercial bins shall be accessible to the collector. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

7.05.140 Contractor equipment.

To protect public health, safety and well-being, any truck used for the collection or transportation of solid waste within the city shall be leak proof and equipped with a close-fitting cover which shall be affixed in a manner that will prevent spilling, dropping or blowing of any solid waste upon the public right-of-way during collection or transportation. Every contractor providing services under this chapter shall comply with all applicable “clean fleet” rules adopted by any regulatory agency, including but not limited to Rule 1193 adopted by the South Coast Air Quality Management District. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

7.05.150 Trucks – Noise.

To protect the public health, safety and quiet enjoyment of the residents of the city, the noise level for the collection vehicles during the stationary compaction process shall not exceed 75 dB at a distance of 25 feet from the collection vehicle and at an elevation of five feet from the horizontal base place of such vehicles. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

Cross-reference: noise control, Chapter 8.12 AVMC.

7.05.160 Self-haulers and gardeners – Disposal at authorized sites – Reporting requirements.

Self-haulers and licensed persons performing gardening and landscaping maintenance services for hire (collectively referred to as “gardeners”) shall deposit such solid waste, including recyclable solid waste and green waste, only at licensed landfill sites, recycling or composting facilities. All such persons shall report the facility to which they deliver solid waste, and that the waste originated in Aliso Viejo. If no mechanism exists for this to be reported, self-haulers and gardeners shall report to the city the type, quantity, volume and weight of solid waste delivered to the facility, separately reporting nonrecyclable solid waste, recyclable solid waste, and green waste. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

7.05.170 Ownership of recyclable solid waste placed for collection.

Ownership and right to possession of recyclable solid waste shall pass from the generator directly to the solid waste collector, and not to the city, by operation of state law. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

7.05.180 Recyclable material – Transfer and disposal.

A. Except as provided below, nothing in this chapter shall limit the right of any person, organization, or other entity to sell recyclable material owned by that person, organization or other entity or to donate recyclable material to a charity or any other entity.

B. Recyclable material which is mixed with solid waste shall be considered to have been discarded and to have become solid waste.

C. If the seller or donor of recyclable material pays the buyer or the donee any consideration for collecting, processing, recycling, container rental, transporting or disposing of the recyclable material, or for consultation services, the transaction shall not be regarded as a sale or donation of recyclable material, but as an arrangement for the disposal of solid waste subject to this title.

D. A person who receives a discount or reduction in the collection, disposal and/or recycling service rates for unsegregated or segregated solid waste shall not be deemed to be selling or donating recyclable material pursuant to subsection (A) of this section. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

7.05.190 Cleanup responsibility.

A. Until solid waste has been picked up by a collector, the owner, operator, occupant, or other person in charge of the day-to-day operation of each premises in the city shall be responsible for the cleanup of any and all solid waste generated, deposited, released, spilled, leaked, pumped, poured, emitted, emptied, discharged, injected, dumped or disposed into the environment, or which has otherwise come to be located outside an authorized container on, at or in the premises of which the person is the owner, operator, occupant or is otherwise in charge. This cleanup responsibility includes the cleanup of solid waste which has come to be located outside an authorized container for the collection of such solid waste notwithstanding human or animal interference with commercial bins or containers, wind or other natural forces and whether during storage, collection, removal or transfer. For purposes of this section, the term “disposed into the environment” shall include, but is not limited to, the abandonment of or discarding of barrels, containers and other closed receptacles of solid or liquid waste of any kind whatsoever.

B. To protect public health, safety and well-being, each person collecting or transporting solid waste within the city shall clean up immediately, or cause the immediate cleanup of any solid waste released, spilled or dumped into the environment by such person during collection, removal or transport within the city. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

7.05.200 Use of collector’s containers.

To protect public health, safety and well-being, the keeping of solid waste in collection containers or commercial bins other than those approved by collector, or the keeping upon premises of solid waste which is offensive, obnoxious or unsanitary is unlawful, constitutes a public nuisance and may be abated in the manner now or hereafter provided by law for the abatement of nuisances. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

7.05.210 Removal of solid waste.

To protect public health, safety and well-being, no person, other than the person in charge of any premises, or the collector authorized by the person in charge of any premises, shall move or remove any container or commercial bin from the location where the container or commercial bin was placed for storage or collection by the person in charge of the premises, or remove any solid waste therefrom without prior written approval of the person in charge of such premises. The unauthorized removal of recyclable solid waste and recyclable materials placed at designated recycling collection locations is prohibited by the California Public Resources Code. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

7.05.220 Institutional, commercial or industrial solid waste.

To protect public health, safety and well-being, no person shall place or deposit institutional, commercial, industrial, special or hazardous waste in any civic litter container. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

Cross-reference: sharps disposal, AVMC 4.35.130.

7.05.230 Solid waste burning or burying prohibited.

To protect public health, safety and well-being, no person shall burn or bury any solid waste within the city, except in an approved incinerator or transformation facility or other device for which a permit has been issued by the building official, and which complies with all applicable permits and other regulations of air pollution control authorities, and provided any such act of burning in all respects complies with all other laws, rules and regulations. Nothing in this section shall prohibit composting of putrescible waste in such way that rodents, insects and other disease vectors are not drawn to the compost pile. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

7.05.240 Franchise or permit required – Penalty for violation.

To protect public health, safety and well-being, it is unlawful and a misdemeanor for any person, except for a self-hauler or gardener, to collect any solid waste from any commercial premises or residential premises within the city, nor shall any person place a commercial bin, at any premises within the city, without a city-issued written franchise or written solid waste collector’s permit. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

7.05.250 Public nuisance.

To protect public health, safety and well-being and to prevent the spread of disease vectors, it is unlawful, and a public nuisance, for any person to occupy, inhabit, maintain, or to be in day-to-day control of any property within the city for which appropriate arrangements have not been made for regular collection and removal services of solid waste. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

Cross-reference: nuisances, AVMC 8.24.010.

7.05.260 Unauthorized disposal.

A. To protect public health, safety and well-being, and to prevent the contamination of solid waste, it is unlawful for any person to place solid waste in, or to otherwise use the solid waste, recyclable solid waste or green waste containers or commercial bins of another person, without the permission of such other person.

B. It is also unlawful for any person to deposit, release, spill, leak, pump, pour, emit, empty, discharge, inject, dump or dispose into the environment, including the abandonment of or discarding of barrels, containers and other closed receptacles of solid waste of any kind whatsoever, any solid waste upon any property within the city, or to cause, suffer, or permit such solid waste to come to be located upon any property in the city, except as authorized by this code. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

7.05.270 Enforcement.

Pursuant to California Penal Code Section 836.5, the director of public works/city engineer, the director of development services, and any city code enforcement officer are authorized to enforce the provisions of this title as well as those of California Penal Code Sections 374, 374.2, 374.3, 374.4, 374.7, 374d, and 375; and California Vehicle Code Sections 23111 and 23112. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].

Cross-reference: violations and penalties generally, Chapter 1.06 AVMC.

7.05.280 Civil action by contractor.

Nothing in this title shall be deemed to limit the right of a collector holding an exclusive franchise issued by the city to bring a civil action against any person who violates AVMC 7.05.210, nor shall a conviction for such violation exempt any person from a subsequent civil action brought by a contractor. [Ord. 2010-126 § 1 (Exh. A)].


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Cross-references: construction or demolition debris, Chapter 7.15 AVMC; residential trash enclosures, AVMC 15.14.190; nonresidential trash enclosures, AVMC 15.22.090; recycling collection facilities, AVMC 15.22.100.