Trees, bushes, or shrubs that overhang the sidewalk. The tree limbs
should be trimmed to at least ten feet above the sidewalk. Bushes or
shrubs should be trimmed so as not to overhang the sidewalk even after
Any block which the Village Council determines to be hazardous,
regardless of whether it has any of the characteristics set forth in
paragraphs (1) through (8) of this division.
Blocks that are smooth so that they are slippery when wet. New
sidewalks where surface finish or joint construction is not in
accordance with Village standards.
Other condition or combination of conditions causing an
unsafe condition in the opinion of Village Council.
Block: A section of sidewalk consisting of the
area between the contraction joints x sidewalk width.
Contraction Joint: Formed, sawed, or tooled groove in a
concrete structure to create a weakened plane and regulate the location
of cracking resulting from the dimensional change of different parts of
the structure; sometimes called control joint.
Spalling: Local flaking away of the near-surface portion
of hardened concrete. Depth of spalling is usually about 1/8 inch to 3/4