Section 2.25. MAINTENANCE OF NON-DWELLING STRUCTURES. No owner shall permit any premises to exist or any non-dwelling structure or fence to exist on any premises which does not comply with the following requirements:
[a] Every foundation, exterior wall, roof, window, exterior door, basement hatchway, and every other entrance way of every structure shall be so maintained as to be free of holes, breaks, loose or rotting boards and shall be reasonably weather-tight, rodent-proof, insect-proof and shall be kept in a reasonably good state of maintenance and repair.
(Revised by Ord. 513,3/23/2011)
[b] All exterior wood surfaces of all structures shall be properly protected from the elements and against decay by paint or other approved protective coating applied in a workmanlike manner.
[c] Every fence shall be kept in a reasonably good state of maintenance and repair or shall be removed.