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The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this article, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning:
Intersection shall mean any place where two (2) or more streets converge to permit traffic from one (1) street to move onto another, regardless of the angle of the meeting.
Midpoint shall mean the point at which the center lines of two (2) intersecting streets do themselves intersect.
Unimpaired view shall exist if the owner or occupant so cuts, trims, or prunes existing shrubs, hedges or other foliage so as to limit their maximum height to two and one-half feet above the ground level where planted, and where such owner or occupant cuts, trims or prunes, the branches of trees, so as to create a clear view in which the limbs and foliage from such trees do not overhang.
Vehicle shall include all forms of conveyance capable of transporting humans however powered, and expressly includes, but is not limited to cars, trucks, wagons, tractors, bicycles and carts.
Zone of clear view, for any property abutting upon intersections of public streets shall mean that triangular area determined by measuring back along the center line or middle of each intersecting street to establish a point on each intersecting street that is seventy-five (75) feet from the midpoint of the intersection, and then sighting or connecting the two (2) seventy-five-foot removed points to form the third (3rd) line of the triangular zone of clear view.
(Code 1977, § 60.020(2), (4), (5))
Cross reference--Definitions and rules of construction generally, § 1-2.