18.92.160   "M" WORDS, TERMS AND PHRASES.
   “Manufactured Home.” ”Factory-built housing”  (as defined in Section 19971 of the California Health and Safety Code) or “Manufactured home” (as defined in Section 18007 of the California Health and Safety Code), or any successor provisions thereto. The term “Manufactured Home,” as defined herein, does not include “Mobilehome” (as defined in Section 18008 of the California Health and Safety Code), “Recreational vehicle” (as defined in Section 18010 of the California Health and Safety Code), “Special purpose commercial modular” (as defined in Section 18012.5 of the California Health and Safety Code), or “Commercial modular” (as defined in Section 18001.8 of the California Health and Safety Code), or any successor provisions thereto, or “Modular Structure”.
   “Massage.” Any method of treating the external parts of the body for remedial, hygienic, relaxation or any other reason or purpose, whether by means of pressure or friction against, or stroking, kneading, tapping, pounding, vibrating, rubbing or other manner of touching external parts of the body with the hands, with or without the aid of any mechanical or electrical apparatus or appliance or with or without supplementary aids such as rubbing alcohol, liniment, antiseptic, oil, powder, cream, ointment or other similar preparations commonly used in this practice.
   "Massage Establishment". Any business conducted within the City where any person, firm, association, partnership, corporation, limited liability company, any other type of legal entity, or combination of individuals engages in, conducts, carries on or permits to be conducted or carried on, for money or any other consideration, administration to another person of a massage, bath or health treatment involving massages or baths, including foot massages, at a fixed location which requires a business license and an operator's permit.  For hotels and motels, the massage establishment may include common areas on the hotel or motel premises such as the pool area when the massage is conducted by licensed massage technicians in accordance with the massage establishment permit issued for the hotel or motel. Mobile massage operations are not included within this definition and are not permitted within the City.
   “Massage Technician.” Any person, including a Responsible Employee, Operator or Owner of a Massage Establishment, who administers to another person a massage in exchange for anything of value whatsoever. The terms “Massage Therapist,”  “Massage Practitioner,” and “CAMTC certificate holder” are included within this definition for purposes of Section 18.16.070.
   “Mixed-Use Project.”  Any development project that combines residential uses with retail, office or other non-residential uses, within the same building or on the same building site.
   “Mobile Home.”  A “Mobilehome,” as defined in Section 18008 of the California Health and Safety Code, or any successor provisions thereto.
   “Mobile Home Park.”  An area of land where two or more Mobile Home or Manufactured Home sites are available for rent to accommodate Mobile Homes or Manufactured Homes used for human habitation. 
   "Mobile Massage Operation".  A business where any person, firm, association, partnership, corporation, limited liability company, any other type of legal entity, or combination of individuals engages in, conducts, carries on or permits to be conducted or carried on, for money or any other consideration, administration to another person of a massage, bath or health treatment involving massages or baths, including foot massages at a location other than a massage establishment.
   “Modular Structure.”  Any habitable or non-habitable structure, the major components of which are assembled away from the site on which it will be ultimately located, excluding storage sheds associated with a single-family or multiple-family dwelling unit, cargo containers, recreational vehicles, mobile homes, contractor’s office and storage trailers and prefabricated buildings which are intended to be used as permanent, stationary structures. Modular Structures are typically used as temporary structures  and can include structures established with or without a permanent foundation and structures with utilities. Typical uses include temporary classroom buildings and training offices.
(Ord. 5920  1 (part); June 8, 2004:  Ord. 6190 § 2; November 9, 2010:  Ord. 6245 § 96; June 5, 2012:  Ord. 6286 § 42; September 3, 2013:  Ord. 6390 § 8; December 20, 2016:  Ord. 6473 § 43; December 3, 2019.)