§ 155.02  DEFINITIONS.
   For the purpose of this chapter the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   ALTERATION .  Work that changes the detail of a resource but does not change its basic size or shape.
   CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS .  The written approval of an application for work that is appropriate and that does not adversely affect a historic resource.
   COMMISSION .  The Historic Resources Commission.
   CONSTRUCTION .  The act of adding an addition to an existing structure or the erection of a new principal structure or accessory on a lot or property.
   COUNCIL .  The City Council of Cheboygan.
   DEMOLITION .  The razing or destruction, whether entirely or in part, of a historic resource.
   DENIAL .  The written rejection of an application for work that is inappropriate and that adversely affects a historic resource.
   HISTORIC PRESERVATION .  The identification, evaluation, establishment, and protection of resources significant in history, architecture, archaeology, engineering, or culture.
   HISTORIC RESOURCE .  A publicly or privately owned building, structure, site, object, feature, or open space that is significant in the history, architecture, archaeology, engineering, or culture of the city and has been so designated by the procedure set forth within this chapter.
   NOTICE TO PROCEED .  The written permission to proceed with work that is inappropriate and that adversely affects a historic resource, pursuant to a finding under this chapter.
   OPEN SPACE .  Undeveloped land, a naturally landscaped area, or a formal or manmade landscaped area that provides a connective link or a buffer between other resources.
   ORDER TO RESTORE .  An order to restore the historic resource to the condition the historic resource was in before the work was done or to modify so that it qualifies for a certificate of appropriateness.
   ORDINARY MAINTENANCE .  Keeping a historic resource unimpaired and in good condition through ongoing minor intervention, undertaken from time to time, in its exterior condition.  ORDINARY MAINTENANCE does not change the external appearance of the historic resource except through the elimination of the usual and expected effects of weathering.  ORDINARY MAINTENANCE does not constitute work for purposes of this chapter.
   REPAIR .  Restore a decayed or damaged historic resource to a good or sound condition by any process.  A repair that changes the external appearance of a historic resource constitutes work for purposes of this chapter.
   RESOURCES .  One or more publicly or privately owned historic, or non-historic buildings, structures, sites, objects, features, or open spaces located within the city.
   WORK .  Construction, addition, alteration, repair, moving, excavation, or demolition.
(Ord. passed 3-12-02)