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The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this chapter, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning:
COMMERCIAL PREMISES: Those commercial buildings or developments which require commercial zoning.
COMMERCIAL UNIT: Any office or commercial use as established under the office and commercial districts of the city zoning code.
INDUSTRIAL UNIT: Any industrial use as established under the industrial districts of the city zoning code.
MOBILE HOME: A vehicle, other than a motor vehicle, designed or used for residential purposes, for carrying persons and property on its own structure, and for being drawn by a motor vehicle.
MOBILE HOME PARK: Any area or tract of land established under the mobile home park district of the city zoning ordinance.
MOBILE HOME SPACES: Any area or portion of a mobile home park designated, designed or used for the occupancy of one mobile home on a temporary, semipermanent or permanent basis.
PREMISES: A. Each single-family residence within a building structure. If a building structure houses two (2) or more definitive living areas, each definitive living unit area shall be defined as a separate premises and shall be separately metered. Each tenant space of an apartment building shall be considered a premises. However, that area within an apartment building for the common use of all tenants or patrons shall constitute and be considered as a commercial premises.
B. Each separate living space, whether within duplex, fourplex apartment or mobile home park, where such mobile homes are of permanent nature, shall be a separate premises.
RESIDENTIAL PREMISES: Those premises which are defined within the zoning code as a building and/or project requiring residential zoning.
SERVICE CONNECTION: Water tap, water meter, sewer connection, or any other apparatus of any kind, design or function whatsoever that enables the premises to connect to utility service as provided by the city.
SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCE: Any room or group of rooms located within a dwelling and forming a single habitable unit with facilities that are used or intended to be used for living, sleeping, and cooking by one or more individuals living together. (1993 Code § 25-31; amd. Ord. 749, 11-12-1996)