In addition to the definitions of words and phrases within Utah Code Annotated title 41, as amended, the following terms as used in this title shall have the meanings designated:
ABANDONED JUNK VEHICLE: Any motor vehicle extensively damaged, such damage including, but not limited to, the following:
   A.   Broken window or windshield;
   B.   Missing wheels and/or tires;
   C.   Missing motor and/or transmission.
AUTOMOBILE HULK: Synonymous with a wrecked, dismantled or inoperative vehicle and means the remnant or remains of a motor vehicle which is inoperative and cannot be made mechanically operative without the addition of vital parts and the application of a substantial amount of labor to effect repairs.
CITY TRAFFIC ENGINEER: The individual designated by the City Manager as holding the office/position of City Traffic Engineer and charged with exercising the powers and duties of the City Traffic Engineer as prescribed in the provisions of this Code.
CIVIL INFRACTION HEARING EXAMINER (CIHE): The person appointed by the City Manager to preside and conduct a hearing under section 1-15-1 of this Code related to the issuance of a notice of civil infraction. The CIHE may be a City employee, other than the enforcement official, or a non-City employed person with requisite skill and experience.
MUTCD: The "Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways".
RESIDENTIAL AREA: For purposes of sections 7-3-23, 7-3-24, and 7-3-30 of this title: a) any street, alley or public right-of-way immediately adjacent to property on which is located a house, duplex, apartment, or other residential structure; or b) an entire linear block of any street, alley or public right-of-way adjacent to properties which are predominantly occupied by such residential structures. "Linear block" means both sides of that portion of any street that has street numbers ranging between any two (2) consecutive multiples of one hundred (100).
RESPONSIBLE PERSON: Any person(s) responsible for allowing, permitting, causing or maintaining a violation of this Code. Such responsible person may include, but not be limited to, the property owner and/or the person in possession of real property; and the person committing the conduct violating this Code. (Ord. 2017-18, 11-14-2017)