Village of Footville, WI
Rock County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Village Board of the Village of Footville Ord. No. 81 (Ch. 5, §§ 5.01 to 5.09, of the 1990 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
A. 
Establishment. The grade of all streets, alleys and sidewalks shall be established by resolution by the Village Board and the same recorded by the Village Clerk in his office. No street, alley or sidewalk shall be worked until the grade thereof is established.
B. 
Alteration of grade prohibited. No person shall alter the grade of any street, alley, sidewalk or public ground or any part thereof in the Village of Footville by any means whatsoever unless authorized or instructed to do so by the Village Board or the Director of Public Works; all such by the Clerk or the officer authorizing the alteration.
A. 
Grading. Grading shall be paid for by the abutting property owners and shall include bringing the subgrade of the street, including intersections, to line and grade. The Village shall furnish the line and grade for the grading and the cost thereof shall be paid by the abutting property owner.
B. 
Surfacing. A temporary surfacing of crushed stone or gravel shall be installed to a thickness of six inches and a width of 32 feet, including intersections, and shall be paid for by the abutting property owners. Final surfacing of the balance of the stone or gravel and a three-inch blacktop mat shall be paid for by the Village following installation of all water and sewer service and concrete curb and gutter and any storm sewer required. Resurfacing will be paid for by the Village.
C. 
Concrete curb and gutter. Curb and gutter shall be paid for by the abutting property owner in direct proportion to the footage of their lots. Radius installation shall be paid for by the Village. The Village shall furnish the line and grade and supervision. The cost thereof shall be paid by the abutting property owner.
D. 
Storm sewers. Storm sewer installation, including catch basins, shall be paid for by the Village. The cost of the storm sewer pipe (material only) shall be assessed to the abutting property owners in direct proportion to the footage of their lots. The Village shall furnish line and grade. Storm sewers shall be furnished upon written request of the individual property owner. Except, if the Village Board shall determine that such installation be for the convenience and best interest of the Village, then the cost of same shall be borne by the Village at large.
E. 
Sanitary sewers and laterals. Sanitary sewer mains shall be paid for by the abutting property owners in direct proportion to the front footage of their lots. Corner lots, however, shall be assessed for only the frontage of the smaller dimension, if the sewer is installed in both streets. The Village will pay for installation in street intersections and the larger dimension of the corner lots when installation is made along both dimensions on a corner lot; if a sewer main larger than eight inches diameter is required, the Village shall pay the cost that is in excess of the eight-inch cost. Laterals shall be paid for entirely by the property owner receiving the service.
F. 
Water mains and laterals. Water mains shall be paid for by the abutting property owners in direct proportion to the front footage of their lots. Corner lots, however, shall be assessed for only the frontage of the smaller dimension if the main is installed in both streets. The Water Utility will pay for construction of street intersections and the larger dimension of the corner lots when installation is made along both dimensions of a corner lot. If a water main larger than six-inch diameter is required, the Water Commission shall pay the cost that is in excess of the six-inch cost. Laterals shall be paid for entirely by the property owner receiving the service.
[Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. III)]
A. 
Owner to construct. It shall be the duty of the abutting owner to build, repair, construct and perpetually maintain sidewalks along or upon any street, alley or highway in the Village of Footville and to pay the entire cost thereof. Whenever the Village Board shall by resolution determine that a sidewalk be laid, rebuilt, repaired, lowered or raised along or upon any public street, alley or highway within the Village of Footville, it shall proceed according to § 66.0907, Wisconsin Statutes.
B. 
Permit required. No person shall hereafter lay, remove, replace or repair any public sidewalk within the Village of Footville unless he is under contract with the Village to do such work or has obtained a permit therefor from the Director of Public Works at least seven days before work is proposed to be undertaken. No fee shall be charged for such permits.
C. 
Specifications. All sidewalks within the Village of Footville hereafter shall be repaired, rebuilt and constructed in accordance with the following specifications:
(1) 
Subgrade. The subgrade shall be prepared by excavating to the line, grade and cross section as established by the Village Board. Soft and unsuitable material shall be removed and replaced with sand or other satisfactory material, and the subgrade shall be thoroughly and uniformly compacted and moistened immediately before the concrete is placed. When so specified by the Director of Public Works, a subbase of sand, sand and gravel or other approved porous material shall be placed under the sidewalk. On embankments, the subgrade shall extend at least one foot beyond each edge of the sidewalk.
(2) 
Material. All sidewalks shall be of air-entrained concrete composed of six bags per cubic yard of one course construction, and built to the established line and grade. Gravel shall be of good quality and washed. Concrete shall be mixed thoroughly for a minimum of one minute after all materials have been placed in the mixer. Material shall be as follows:
[Amended 7-3-1997 by Ord. No. 7-5-97]
(a) 
Class "A" Concrete.
(b) 
Aggregate size: 1 1/2 inches maximum.
(c) 
Maximum mixing time: 1 1/2 hours.
(d) 
Cement content: six bags per cubic yard.
(e) 
Air entraining: required 6% + or - 1%.
(f) 
Admixtures. None except as directed or approved by the Engineer (applies to air entraining admixtures and calcium chloride). Admixture must meet ASTM standards, calcium chloride not to exceed 1% of cement content.
(3) 
Forms.
(a) 
Concrete shall be placed in straight forms of wood or metal of sufficient strength to resist springing, tipping, or other displacement during the process of depositing and consolidating the concrete. Wood forms shall be surfaced plank of at least two inches thickness except for sharply curved sections. Metal forms shall be of approved section. The forms shall be of full depth of the required walk and shall be of such design as to permit secure fastening. Forms shall be thoroughly cleaned and oiled before the concrete is placed against them. Concrete shall be placed in the forms on moist subgrade, deposited just above the finished grade and consolidated and spaded sufficiently to bring the mortar to the surface and to prevent honeycombing. It shall then be struck off level with the top of the forms and finished with wooden flats.
(b) 
To provide adequate drainage the sidewalk shall slope toward the curb at a minimum rate of 1/4 inch per foot of width of sidewalk. All joints and edges shall be finished with a one-quarter-inch-radius edging tool.
(4) 
All sidewalks within the Village of Footville shall be built five feet in width on all streets, unless replacement sections butt up to an already existing four foot sidewalk at both ends, that is in good repair and does not need replacement. When a property owner replaces his/her entire sidewalk, it should be built at a five-foot width regardless of connecting sidewalks. When connecting old sidewalks to new sidewalks, the ramping cannot be more than one inch per foot. Owners of corner lots should consult with the Village Engineer regarding handicap ramps. The placement and location of handicap ramps will be designated by the Village Engineer. All sidewalks shall be at least four inches in thickness, except within driveway approaches, where the minimum thickness shall be six inches.
[Amended 7-3-1997 by Ord. No. 7-5-97]
(5) 
Finishing. Before the last finish has set, the sidewalk shall be steel troweled and brushed in transverse direction. Before final finishing, the surface shall be checked with a ten-foot straight edge, and any areas departing more than 1/8 inch from the testing edge shall be corrected by adding or removing concrete while the concrete in the walk is still plastic.
(6) 
Jointing. Transverse, full depth, one-half-inch-thick expansion joints of premolded expansion material shall be located every 40 feet and at the property line, and where the walk intersects another walk, curbline, building or driveway approach, and at buildings, walls, poles and stop boxes. The expansion joint material shall be placed in a neat and workmanlike manner with its upper edge slightly below the finished sidewalk surface. Dummy groove joints for controlled cracking, at least one inch in thickness and 5/16 inch in depth, shall be placed at intervals of approximately five feet. Steel division plates shall be placed at right angles to the center line of the sidewalk at intervals of not less than 15 feet. All joints shall be at right angles to the direction and grade of the walk. Diagonal joints may be used only when approved by the Director of Public Works.
(7) 
Curing and drying. As soon as any of the concrete work hereinbefore mentioned has been finished and hardened sufficiently to prevent excessive marring the surface, it shall be cured and protected against rapid drying. Failure to comply with this requirement shall be deemed sufficient cause for suspension of the work. Curing shall be accomplished by the "impervious coating," "wet fabric" or "paper" methods. For impervious coating or membrane curing, only those materials meeting requirements of ASTM Spec. C156-44 T, "Method of Test for Efficiency of Materials for Curing Concrete," shall be used. Said specifications are hereby adopted by reference as if fully set forth herein. Walks shall be kept free from all traffic at normal temperatures for 48 hours and in cold weather below 50° F. for 96 hours. No concrete shall be poured when the temperature may be expected to fall below 35° F. in any seventy-two-hour period or upon frozen subgrade.
(8) 
Curb ramping.
[Added 7-3-1997 by Ord. No. 7-5-97]
(a) 
The standard for construction of curbs and sidewalks on each side of any Village street, or any connecting highway or town road for which curbs and sidewalks have been prescribed by the governing body of the town, city or Village having jurisdiction thereover, shall include curb ramping providing access to crosswalks at intersections and other designated locations as determined by the Village Engineer. Curb ramping includes the curb opening, the ramp and that part of the sidewalk or apron leading to and adjacent to the curb opening. Any person constructing new curbs or sidewalks or replacing curbs or sidewalks within five feet of a legal crosswalk in any Village street, connecting highway or town road shall comply with the standards for curb ramping under this section.
(b) 
Curb ramps shall conform to the following requirements: Curb ramping shall be of permanent construction. The ramp shall be at least 40 inches wide. The sides of the ramp shall slope from the sidewalk or apron elevations to the ramp elevation with the widest portion of the side slope not less than 18 inches nor more than 24 inches wide at the curb. The ramp slope may not exceed one inch vertical to 12 inches horizontal from the flow line elevation of the curb. The curb opening shall be not less than 40 inches nor more than 80 inches wide at the flow line of the curb. The taper of the curb from the top of the curb to the flow line of the curb at the curb opening shall be not less than 18 inches nor more than 24 inches wide. The ramp shall be bordered on both sides and on the curbline with a four-inch-wide yellow stripe or with brick of a contrasting color.
(c) 
Curb ramping specifications of Wisconsin Statutes § 66.0909 shall apply unless specifically modified in Subsection C(8)(a) and (b) herein.
[Added 11-3-2016]
It shall be unlawful for any person to deposit or cause to be deposited, dump, sort, scatter or leave any rubbish, stone, wire, earth, ashes, cinders, sawdust, hay, glass, manure, filth, paper, snow, ice, dirt, grass, leaves (leaves will be allowed to be placed in the street during fall leaf pickup between October 25 and November 15, annually), construction waste, garbage or other offensive material in any public street, gutter, sidewalk, alley, or upon any public property or upon any property of another, without express permission of the owner, the Village and/or occupant thereof.
A. 
Approval required. No person shall construct or maintain any driveway across any sidewalk or curbing without first obtaining a driveway permit from the Director of Public Works.
B. 
Specification for driveway construction.
(1) 
Width. No driveway shall exceed 24 feet in width at the outer or street edge of the sidewalk unless special permission is obtained from the Village Board.
(2) 
Interference with intersections prohibited. At street intersections, a driveway shall not provide direct ingress or egress to or from the street intersection area and shall not occupy areas of the roadway deemed necessary by the Village Board for effective traffic control or for highway signs or signals.
(3) 
Interference with street. No driveway apron shall extend out into the street further than the face of the curb, and under no circumstances shall such driveway apron extend into the gutter area. All driveway entrances and approaches shall be so constructed that they shall not interfere with the drainage of streets, side ditches of roadside areas or with any existing structure on the right-of-way. When required by the Director of Public Works to provide for adequate surface water drainage along the street, the property owner shall provide any necessary culvert pipe at his own expense.
(4) 
Number of approaches limited. No more than one driveway entrance and approach shall be constructed for any lot or premises except where deemed necessary and feasible without undue impairment of safety, convenience and utility of the street by the Director of Public Works. Any two approaches shall be at least 10 feet apart.
(5) 
Workmanship and materials. All driveway entrances and approaches which are constructed across sidewalks shall be paved in accordance with the requirements for sidewalk construction in § 273-3 insofar as such requirements are applicable, including thickness requirements in § 273-3C(4).
(6) 
Permittee liable for damage or injury. The permittee shall assume all responsibility for any injury or damage to persons or property resulting directly or indirectly during construction or repair of driveway approaches or entrances. When curb or gutter is removed, the new connection shall be of equivalent acceptable material and curb returns provided or restored in a neat, workmanlike manner. Driveway surfaces shall connect with the street pavement and sidewalk in a neat workmanlike manner. Any sidewalk areas which are damaged or are inadequate by reason of vehicle travel across the sidewalk shall be replaced in accordance with the requirements of § 273-3C.
A. 
Permit required. No person shall make or cause to be made any excavation or opening in any street, alley, highway, sidewalk or other public way within the Village of Footville without first obtaining a permit therefor from the Director of Public Works.
B. 
Fee. The fee for a street opening permit shall be $25 and shall be paid to the Village Treasurer who shall issue his receipt therefor.
[Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. III)]
C. 
Bond.
(1) 
Before a permit for excavating or opening any street or public way may be issued, the applicant must execute and deposit with the Village Clerk an indemnity bond, approved by the Village President, in the sum of $5,000, conditioned that he will indemnify and save harmless the Village of Footville and its officers from all liability for accidents and damage caused by any of the work covered by his permit, and that he will fill up and place in good and safe condition all excavations and openings made in the street, and will replace and restore the pavement over any opening he may make as near as can be to the state and condition in which he found it, and keep and maintain the same in such condition, normal wear and tear excepted, to the satisfaction of the Director of Public Works for a period of one year, and that he will pay all fines imposed upon him for any violation of any rule, regulation or ordinance governing street openings or drain-laying adopted by the Village Board, and will repair any damage done to existing improvements during the progress of the excavation in accordance with the ordinances, rules and regulations of the Village. Such bond shall also guarantee that if the Village shall elect to make the street repair, the person opening the street will pay all costs of making such repair and of maintaining the same for one year.
(2) 
Recovery on such bond for any accident, injury, violation of law, ordinance, rule or regulation shall not exhaust the bond but it shall cover any and all accidents, injuries or violations during the period of excavation for which it is given.
(3) 
An annual bond may be given under this section covering all excavation work done by the principal for one year beginning January 1, which shall be conditioned as specified above and in the amount determined by the Village Board as necessary to adequately protect the public and the Village.
D. 
Insurance. Prior to commencement of excavation work, a permittee must furnish the Director of Public Works satisfactory written evidence that he has in force and will maintain during the life of the permit and the period of excavation, public liability insurance of not less than $100,000 for one person, $300,000 for one accident and property damage insurance of not less than $50,000.
E. 
Regulations governing street and sidewalk openings.
(1) 
Frozen ground. No opening in the streets or sidewalks for any purpose shall be permitted when the ground is frozen, except where necessary as determined by the Director of Public Works.
(2) 
Removal of paving. In opening any street or other public way, all paving or ballasting materials shall be removed with the least possible loss of or injury to surfacing material and together with the excavated material from trenches shall be placed so as to cause the least practicable inconvenience to the public and permit free flow of water along gutters.
(3) 
Protection of public. Every person shall enclose with sufficient barriers each opening which he may make in the streets or public ways of the Village. All machinery and equipment shall be locked or otherwise effectively safeguarded from unauthorized use when not being used by the permittee, his agents or employees. Red lights or torch lamps shall be kept burning from sunset to sunrise, one red light or torch lamp to be placed at each end of the opening in the street or way and other lights sufficient in number and properly spaced to give adequate warning. (Except by special permission from the Director of Public Works, no trench shall be excavated more than 200 feet in advance of pipe laying nor left unfilled more than 500 feet where pipe has been laid.) All necessary precautions shall be taken to guard the public effectually from accidents or damage to persons or property through the period of the work. Each person making such opening shall be held liable for all damages, including costs incurred by the Village in defending any action brought against it for damages, as well as cost of any appeal, that may result from the neglect by such person or his employee of any necessary precautions against injury or damage to persons, vehicles or property of any kind.
(4) 
Replacing street surface. In opening any street or sidewalk, the paving materials, sand, gravel and earth or other material moved or penetrated and all surface monuments or hubs must be removed and replaced as nearly as possible in their original condition or position and the same relation to the remainder as before. Any excavated material which in the opinion of the Director of Public Works is not suitable for refilling shall be replaced with approved backfill material. All rubbish shall be immediately removed, leaving the street or sidewalk in perfect repair, the same to be so maintained for a period of one year. In refilling the opening, the earth must be puddled or laid in layers not more than six inches in depth and each layer rammed, tamped or flushed to prevent after settling. When the sides of the trench will not stand perpendicular, sheathing and braces must be used to prevent caving. No timber, bracing, lagging, sheathing or other lumber shall be left in any trench. The Village may elect to have the Village make the pavement repair for any street or sidewalk opening, in which case the cost of making such repair and of maintaining it for one year shall be charged to the person making the street opening.
F. 
Excavation in new streets limited. Whenever the Village Board determines to provide for the permanent improvement or repaving of any street, such determination shall be made not less than 30 days before the work of improvement or repaving shall begin. Immediately after such determination by the Village Board, the Director of Public Works shall notify in writing each person, utility, Village department or other agency owning or controlling any sewer, water main, conduit or other utility in or under said street or any real property abutting said street, that all such excavation work in such street must be completed within 30 days. After such permanent improvement or repaving, no permit shall be issued to open, cut or excavate said street for a period of five years after the date of improvement or repaving unless in the opinion of the Director of Public Works an emergency exists which makes it absolutely essential that the permit be issued.
G. 
Emergency excavations authorized. In the event of an emergency any person owning or controlling any sewer, water main, conduit or utility in or under any street and his agents or employees may take immediate proper emergency measures to remedy dangerous conditions for the protection of property, life, health or safety without obtaining an excavation permit, provided that such person shall apply for an excavation permit not later than the end of the next succeeding business day and shall not make any permanent repairs without first obtaining an excavation permit hereunder.
H. 
Village work excluded. The provisions of this section shall not apply to excavation work under the direction of the Director of Public Works by Village employees or contractors performing work under contract with the Village necessitating openings or excavations in Village streets.
A. 
Obstructions and encroachments prohibited. No person shall encroach upon or in any way obstruct or encumber any street, alley, sidewalk, public grounds or land dedicated to public use, or any part thereof, or permit such encroachment or encumbrance to be placed or remain on any public way adjoining the premises of which he is the owner or occupant, except as provided in Subsection B below.
B. 
Exceptions. The prohibition of Subsection A shall not apply to the following:
(1) 
Signs or clocks attached to the buildings which project not more than six feet from the face of such building and which do not extend below any point 10 feet above the sidewalk, street or alley.
(2) 
Awnings which do not extend below any point seven feet above the sidewalk, street or alley.
(3) 
Public utility encroachments duly authorized by state law or the Village Board.
(4) 
Goods, wares, merchandise or fixtures being loaded or unloaded which do not extend more than three feet on the sidewalk, provided such goods, wares, etc. do not remain thereon for a period of more than two hours.
(5) 
Temporary encroachments or obstructions authorized by permit under § 273-8.
(6) 
Excavations and openings permitted under § 273-6.
(7) 
Privileges in streets permitted pursuant to § 66.0425, Wis. Stats., which is adopted by reference herein except as follows:
[Added 9-29-1997 by Ord. No. 9-29-97]
(a) 
In Subsection (2), the bond amount shall not exceed $50,000 or may be a policy of public liability insurance naming the Village as an additional insured as an alternate to the bond requirement in amounts not less than those provided in § 273-6D of this Code of the Village of Footville; and
(b) 
Excluding all references to imprisonment in the county jail for a violation of said § 66.0425, Wis. Stats.
A. 
When required. Permits for the use of the streets, alleys, sidewalks or other public ways or places of the Village may be granted to applicants by the Director of Public Works for the purpose of moving any building or structure or of encumbering the street, alley, sidewalk or way with materials necessary in and about the construction or demolition of any building or structure, provided such applicant has complied with the other requirements of this subsection and has obtained a building permit if required.
B. 
Bond. No street privilege permit shall be issued until the applicant shall execute and file with the Village Clerk a bond in an amount determined by the Director of Public Works, conditioned that the applicant will indemnify and save harmless the Village of Footville from all liability for accidents or damage caused by reason of operations under said permit and will remove such encumbrance upon termination of the operations and will leave the vacated premises in a clean and sanitary condition and repair any and all damage to the streets, alleys, sidewalks or public property of the Village resulting from such building or moving operations.
C. 
Fee. The fee for a street privilege permit shall be as provided in the Building Inspector fee schedule.
[Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. III)]
D. 
Conditions of occupancy. The permission to occupy or obstruct the streets, alleys, sidewalks or public grounds is intended only for use in connection with the actual erection, alteration, repair, removal or moving of buildings or structures and shall be given upon the following terms and conditions and subject to revocation without notice by the Director of Public Works for violation thereof:
(1) 
Such temporary obstruction shall cover not more than 1/3 of any street or alley.
(2) 
Obstructions shall be sufficiently lighted at night so as to be in full view of the public from all directions.
(3) 
Sidewalk traffic shall not be interrupted, but temporary sidewalks of not less than four feet in width guarded by a closed fence at least four feet high on both sides may be maintained during the period of occupancy.
(4) 
The process of moving any building or structure shall be as continuous as practicable until completed, and if ordered by the Director of Public Works, shall continue during all hours of the day and night.
(5) 
No building or structure shall be allowed to remain overnight on any street crossing or intersection or so near thereto as to prevent easy access to any fire hydrant.
(6) 
Buildings shall be moved only in accordance with the route prescribed by the Director of Public Works.
(7) 
Upon termination of the work necessitating such obstruction, all parts of the streets, alleys, sidewalks or public grounds occupied under the permit shall be vacated, cleaned of all rubbish and obstructions and placed in a safe condition for public travel at the expense of the permittee.
E. 
Termination. All street privilege permits shall automatically terminate at the end of three months from the date of issuance unless an earlier termination date is specified thereon at the direction of the Director of Public Works.
In addition to any other penalty imposed, if the owner or occupant of the premises adjoining any unlawfully obstructed sidewalk shall refuse or neglect to remove such obstruction within 24 hours after notice from the Director of Public Works to do so, it shall be the duty of the Director of Public Works to remove such obstruction and make return of the cost and expense thereof to the Village Clerk, who shall enter such cost on the next annual tax roll as a special charge against the property abutting such obstructed sidewalk, and such sum shall be levied and collected as other special taxes against real estate.
[Amended 1-7-2010 by Ord. No. 01-11-10A; 1-7-2016 by Ord. No. 2016-101]
A. 
Responsibility of owner, occupant, etc. The owner, occupant or person in charge of each and every residence, building or other structure or property in the Village of Footville fronting on or abutting on any street shall, without notice, be required to clear any public sidewalk within the street right-of-way of snow and ice, to the width of such sidewalk within 24 hours after the snow ceases to fall; and shall cause the same to be kept clear of all ice and snow. If ice forms on any sidewalk so that it cannot be immediately removed, the owner, occupant or person in charge shall keep the sidewalk sprinkled with ashes, sawdust, sand or salt until said ice can be fully removed.
B. 
For purpose of enforcement of this section, the owner, occupant or person in charge of the property shall be responsible for compliance and a separate offense shall be deemed committed for each day that the violation continues.
C. 
Irrespective of whether or not a citation is issued in regard to any violation of this section, the Public Works Department may cause the removal of such snow and ice remaining upon a sidewalk in violation and report the full cost of removal to the Village Clerk to be assessed as a special charge for current services against the property in accordance with § 66.0627, Wis. Stats. The amount to be charged for removal of snow and ice by the Village shall be calculated on a per hour cost for the time and equipment required by the Village employees to perform the removal, subject to a minimum charge, all to be established by the Village Board of Trustees from time to time and kept on file for public inspection at the office of the Village Clerk. Notice of the charge shall be provided by the posting of this chapter and by means of a bill for the amount of the charge to be issued by the Village Clerk to the person or entity responsible to pay the charge.
[Added 1-7-2016 by Ord. No. 2016-101]
A. 
It shall be unlawful for any person to push or deposit snow, or cause snow to be pushed or deposited from their own personal property into the public streets and/or right-of-way so as to cause a nuisance or obstruction. The Village may cause such deposits of snow to be removed from the street, without notice, and the cost of such removal shall be charged to the property owner. Note: The 200 block of Depot Street will be exempt from this section.
B. 
Please remember to follow the Village's winter parking restrictions so our plows can get through. All vehicles must be off the street immediately when one inch of snow has fallen.
[Added 1-3-1991 by Ord. No. 1-3-91]
No person shall burn any leaves, trash, garbage, wood, grass, rubbish or other combustible debris or material or permit the same to be burned upon any public street, court or alley or upon any Village owned property within the Village of Footville.