18.92.230   "T" WORDS, TERMS AND PHRASES.
   “Tandem Parking Space.”  Any off-street parking space designed in such a manner that a vehicle properly parked in such space may, by design, have its ingress to or egress from such space blocked by a vehicle properly parked in a contiguous parking space.
   “Tasting Room” or “Tap Room” means a separate area on the alcoholic beverage manufacturer’s licensed premises maintained and operated by and for an alcoholic beverage manufacturer, wherein alcoholic beverages may be sold and served by an employee or designated representative of the alcoholic beverage manufacturer to consumers of legal drinking age for consumption on the alcoholic beverage manufacturer’s licensed premises.  The alcoholic beverages served shall be limited to the products that are authorized to be sold by the alcoholic beverage manufacturer under its license issued by the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. Alcoholic beverages manufactured elsewhere may not be sold in the tasting room or on the alcoholic beverage manufacturer’s licensed premises. A tasting room is, and at all times shall remain, an ancillary use to the alcoholic beverage manufacturing use.
   “Trailer, Automobile.”  A vehicle without motor power, designed to be drawn by a motor vehicle, and to be used for human habitation and for carrying persons and property, including a trailer coach; includes also a self-propelled vehicle having a body designed for the same uses as an “Automobile Trailer.” 
   “Transportation Network Company.” An organization, including, but not limited to, a corporation, limited liability company, partnership, sole proprietor, or any other entity, operating in California that provides prearranged transportation services for compensation using an online- enabled application or platform to connect passengers with drivers using a personal vehicle.
   “Theaters.”  Indoor facilities for public assembly and group entertainment including facilities for live theater and concerts and motion picture theaters, other than sporting events and other than uses defined in Chapter 18.54 (Sex-Oriented Businesses) of this Code.
   “Towing Service.”  Any person, association, firm or corporation owning or controlling any tow truck, and otherwise engaged in the business of transporting or moving other vehicles from one place to another. 
   “Tow Truck.”  Any motor vehicle or device which has been altered, designed or equipped for the primary use of transporting or moving another vehicle from one place to another by means of a crane, hoist, tow bar, tow line, dolly, or a roll-back flat-bed carrier, or any other vehicle which is primarily used to render roadside or transportation assistance to other vehicles.  (Ord. 5920  1 (part); June 8, 2004:  Ord. 6115 § 8; October 14, 2008:  Ord. 6296 § 4; March 4, 2014:  Ord. 6425 § 29; December 19, 2017: Ord. 6473 § 44; December 3, 2019.)