18.92.170   "N" WORDS, TERMS AND PHRASES.
   "Nightclub.”  An establishment, other than a cocktail lounge, wherein the primary use is the sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises, with or without food service, from which minors are excluded by law, which:  (i) requires a "public premises"-type license issued by the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control; (ii) provides music and/or live entertainment for patrons; (iii) is regularly open to the public upon the payment of a cover charge or admittance fee; and (iv) is not a sex-oriented business, as defined in Chapter 18.54 (Sex-Oriented Businesses).
   "Nonconforming Building.”  See "Nonconforming Structure."
   "Nonconforming Fence.”  See "Nonconforming Structure."
   "Nonconforming Lot.”  A parcel of land or lot that was legal when it was created, but which does not conform to the current dimensional or size standards for the zone in which it is located.
   "Nonconforming Sign.”  See "Nonconforming Structure."
   "Nonconforming Structure.”  A structure, building, sign, or fence that either was built prior to the incorporation of the city or, if built after that event, was legal when brought into existence, but does not conform to the current regulations for the zone in which it is situated.
   “Nonconforming Use.”  A use that was legal and allowed when established, but does not conform to the current permitted use regulations (including use-specific permitting requirements and use-specific criteria) for the zone in which it is situated.
   “Nude” or “Semi-nude.” To be completely without clothing or covering; or with partial clothing or covering with any pubic area exposed or with any portion of the crease of the buttocks exposed; or the exposing of any portion of either breast below a straight line so drawn that both nipples and all portions of both breasts which have a different pigmentation than that of the main portion of the breast are below such a straight line; or the wearing of any type of clothing so that those portions of the anatomy aforedescribed may be observed.  (Ord. 5920 § 1 (part); June 8, 2004:  Ord. 6245 § 97; June 5, 2012.)