For the purpose of this Title, the following terms, phrases, words and their derivations shall have the meaning given herein:
ACCESSORY USE OR STRUCTURE: A use or structure on the same lot with, and of a nature customarily incidental and subordinate to the principal use or structure thereon.
AIRPORT: Any runway, landing area, or other facility designed or used either publicly, privately, or commercially by any person for all landing and taking-off of aircraft, including all associated taxiways, aircraft storage and tie-downs areas, hangers, passenger terminals, and other buildings.
ALLEY: Any public space or thoroughfare sixteen feet (16') or less in width which has been dedicated or deeded to the public travel and which affords secondary access to abutting property.
ALTERATION: As applied to a building or structure shall mean a change or rearrangement in the structural parts or an enlargement whether by extending on a side or by increasing in height, or in the moving from one location of position to another.
APARTMENT: A room or suite of rooms in a multiple-family structure of three (3) or more dwellings which is arranged, designed or used as a single housekeeping unit and has completed kitchen and bathroom facilities permanently installed.
APARTMENT HOUSE: A multiple-family dwelling containing three (3) or more dwelling units (apartments) in which all units exclusive of a unit, which may be occupied by the owner, are rented or leased.
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR GARAGE OR BODY SHOP: The repair, rebuilding or reconditioning of motor vehicles or parts thereof, including collision service painting, and steam cleaning of vehicles.
BASEMENT: A dwelling unit all or partly underground but having at least one-half (1/2) of its height below the average level of the adjoining ground.
BATHROOM: A separate room containing a water closet, lavatory and/or bathtub or shower.
BOARD: A board consisting of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Gooding.
BUILDING: The word "building" shall mean a structure designed, built or occupied as a shelter or roofed enclosure for persons, animals or property, including roofed structures on wheels or other supports used for residential, business, mercantile, storage, commercial, industrial, institutional, assembly, educational or recreational purposes. For the purpose of this definition "roof" shall include an awning or other similar covering, whether or not permanent in nature.
BUILDING CODE: The latest approved edition of the Uniform Building Code.
BUILDING, HEIGHT: The vertical distance measured from the average elevation of the proposed finished grade at the front of the building to the highest point of the roof for all roofs.
BUILDING, PRINCIPAL: A building in which is conducted the main or principal use of the lot on which said building is situated.
CERTIFICATE OF ELEVATION: The document required for flood insurance when a building is in the flood zone.
CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY: Final approval inspection by Building Official to allow occupancy.
CITY DESIGNEE: The person or persons appointed by the City to perform assigned tasks or responsibilities.
CLINIC, OUTPATIENT: A building used for the care, diagnosis and treatment of sick, ailing infirm or injured persons, and those who are in need of dental, medical or surgical attention, but does not provide board, room or regular hospital care and services.
CLUB: A building or portion thereof or premises owned or operated by an organization association of persons for the social, literary, political, educational, or recreational purpose and their guests, but still not including any organization, group or association whose principal activity is to render a service usually and ordinarily carried on as a business.
COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISE OR ACTIVITY: Any sales, service, or entertainment operation, including but to limited to personal services (shoe repair, watch repair, beauty and barber shops) and professional services (medical practitioners, lawyers, architects).
COMMISSION: The Planning and Zoning Commission, as created by ordinance, consisting of members appointed by the City Council.
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: A plan, or any portion thereof, adopted by the board including such things as the general location and extent of present, and proposed physical facilities including residential, industrial land commercial uses, major transportation, parks, schools, and other community facilities.
CONTRACTOR'S YARD: Storage of goods, materials, and equipment not fully enclosed by a building.
COURT: An unoccupied open space, other than a yard on the same lot with a building, which is bounded on two (2) or more sides by the walls of such building.
COURT, INNER: A court enclosed on all sides by exterior walls of a building or by exterior walls and lot lines on which walls are allowable.
COURT, OPEN: A court enclosed by exterior walls of a building or by exterior walls and lot lines on which walls are allowable, with one side or end open to a street, driveway, alley or yard.
DAY CARE CENTER: A home or place in which five (5) or more children, not related by blood or marriage to the person or persons operating such center, are regularly received and provided with part-time supplemental parental care during any part of the twenty four (24) hour day when the parents are not on the premises.
DENSITY: A unit of measurement: the number of dwelling units per acre of land.
Gross Density: The number of dwelling units per acre of total land to be developed, including public right of way.
Net Density: The number of dwelling units per acre of land when the acreage involved includes only the land devoted to residential, excluding public right of way.
DESIGN REVIEW ORDINANCE: The Design Review ordinance of the City, as adopted by the City, or as may hereafter be amended and/or codified.
DIRECT ILLUMINATION: For the purpose of the sign regulations of this Title "direct illumination" shall refer to internally lit and neon signs.
DWELLING, MULTI-FAMILY: A dwelling consisting of three (3) or more dwelling units including apartment houses, town-houses and condominiums with varying arrangements of entrances and party walls. Multi-family housing may include public housing and industrialized units.
DWELLING, ROOMING HOUSE (BOARDING HOUSE, LODGING HOUSE, DORMITORY): A dwelling or part thereof, other than a hotel, motel or restaurant where meals and/or lodging are provided for compensation for three (3) or more unrelated persons where no cooking or dining facilities are provided in the individual rooms.
DWELLING SINGLE-FAMILY: A dwelling consisting of a single dwelling unit only, separated from other dwelling units by open space.
DWELLING TWO-FAMILY: A dwelling consisting of two (2) dwelling units which may be either attached side by side or one above the other.
DWELLING UNIT: Means one or more rooms designed for, or used as a residence for not more than one family, including all necessary household employees of such family, and constituting a separate and independent housekeeping unit, with a single kitchen permanently installed. The term does not imply or include such types of occupancy as a lodging of boarding house, club, sorority, fraternity or hotel.
EASEMENT: Authorization by a property owner for the use of another, and for a specified purpose, of any designated part of his property.
ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORITY: The federal, state or local agencies governing quality control.
ERECTED: The word "erected" includes built, constructed, reconstructed, or moved upon, or any other physical operations on the premises required for building. Excavations, fill, drainage, and the like shall be considered a part of erection.
ESCROW BOND (PERFORMANCE BOND, SURETY BOND): A financial guarantee by a subdivider or developer with the City in the amount of the estimated construction cost, guaranteeing the completion of physical improvements according to plans and specifications within the time prescribed by the agreement.
ESSENTIAL SERVICE: The erection, construction, alteration, or maintenance by public utilities or municipal departments or commissions of underground or overhead gas, electrical, steam or water transmission or distribution systems, collection, communication, supply or disposal systems, including poles, wires mains, drains, sewers, pipes, conduits, cables, fire alarm boxes, police call boxes, traffic signals, hydrants, and other similar equipment and accessories in connection therewith, but not including buildings reasonably necessary for the furnishing of adequate service by such public utilities or municipal departments or commissions or for the public health or safety or general welfare.
FENCE: A natural or artificial barrier intended to be an enclosure or to delineate a boundary.
FLOOD PLAIN: The Flood Plain Map is on file at City Hall. It includes the area established by FEMA in which a flood will occur in one hundred (100) years.
FLOOR AREA, GROSS: The sum of the gross horizontal areas of the several floors including the exterior walls of the building or portion thereof.
FLOOR AREA, NET: That portion of the gross floor area of the building occupied by the listed use or uses and shall include hallways, storage and packaging space, dressing or rest rooms and laboratory or work room; provided, however, that floor space within the building reserved for parking or loading of vehicles, and basement space used only for building maintenance and utilities shall be excluded.
GARAGE, PRIVATE: A building or portion thereof in which a motor vehicle containing flammable or combustible liquid or gas in its tank is or intended to be stored, repaired or kept.
HEALTH AUTHORITY: The local District Health Department or the State Department of Health and Welfare that has jurisdictional authority.
HOME OCCUPATION: A business-related activity conducted entirely within a dwelling, which is incidental and secondary to the use of a dwelling as a residence. The purpose of this Title in reference to home occupations is to regulate those activities that represent a departure from the daily routine associated with a residential use and could, therefore impact the neighborhood.
HOSPITAL: A building housing any facility, however named, whether operated for profit or not, devoted primarily to the medical or surgical care of patients for twenty four (24) or more hours.
HOTEL: A building which is used for short term occupancy, offering sleeping accommodations to the public on a nightly basis and access to all sleeping rooms through a main entrance, and which may provide food, entertainment, or various personal services.
INDIRECT ILLUMINATION: For the purposes of the sign regulations of this Title "indirect illumination" shall refer to a source of light separate from the sign itself.
INDUSTRIAL USE: Any manufacture, processing, or testing of goods and materials, including the production of power, where the by-products of such use include noise, smoke, odor, glare, gas, vibration, dust, light, or traffic, which may have a detrimental effect on neighboring property.
INSTITUTION: A building and/or land designed to aid individuals in need of mental, therapeutic, rehabilitative counseling, or other correctional services.
JUNK: Any worn-out, cast-off, or discarded article or material which is ready for destruction, recycling, or has been collected or stored for salvage or conversion in some use.
JUNK BUILDINGS, JUNK SHOPS, JUNK YARDS: Any land, property, building, or combination of the same, on which junk is stored or processed.
KENNEL: Any lot or premises on which four (4) or more domestic animals of more than four (4) months of age are housed, groomed, bred, boarded, trained or sold.
KITCHEN: Includes a sink, cooking appliance and refrigeration facilities, each having a clear working space of not less than thirty inches (30") in front. Light and ventilation conforming to code.
LANDSCAPING: Outdoor plants such as trees, grass, shrubs, and flowering plants.
LIGHT MANUFACTURING USES: Warehousing, wholesaleing, manufacturing and/ or processing of goods and materials which do not emit offensive odor, dust, smoke, glare, gas, light, noise, or vibration which cannot be confined to the site itself.
LOADING SPACE: Space logically and conveniently located for pickup and deliveries, scaled to delivery vehicles expected to be used and accessible to such vehicles when required parking spaces are filled.
LOT: Plot, parcel, or tract of land with fixed boundaries of sufficient size to meet minimum zoning requirements for use, coverage, and area, and to provide such yards and other open spaces as are herein required. Such lot shall have frontage on an improved public street or an approved private street, and may consist of:
   A.   A single lot of record;
   B.   A combination of complete lots of record.
LOT COVERAGE: The ratio of enclosed ground floor area of all buildings on a lot to the horizontally projected area of the lot, expressed as a percentage.
LOT FRONTAGE: The front of a lot shall be construed to the portion nearest the street. For the purpose of determining yard requirements on corner lots and through lots, all sides of a lot adjacent to streets shall be considered frontage and yards shall be provided as indicated under "YARDS" in this Section.
LOT LINE, FRONT: The property line dividing a lot from a street. On a corner lot only one street shall be considered the front lot line and the main or front entrance to the primary building on the lot shall face such lot line. For building located on a corner with more than one business within the building the lot front is the side where the businesses' street is listed.
LOT LINE, REAR: The lot line opposite the front lot line.
LOT LINE, SIDE: Any lot line other than the front or rear lot lines.
LOT, MINIMUM AREA OF: The area of a lot is computed exclusive of any portion of the right of way of any public or private street.
LOT OF RECORD: A lot, which is part of a subdivision recorded in the office of the County Recorder, or a lot or parcel described by metes and bounds, the description of which has been recorded.
LOT TYPES: Terminology used in this Title with reference to corner lots, interior lots and through lots is as follows:
Corner Lot: A lot located at the intersection of two (2) or more streets.
Interior Lot: A lot other than a corner lot with only one street.
Reversed Frontage Lot: A lot on which frontage is at right angles to the general pattern in the area. A reversed frontage lot may also be a corner lot.
Through Lot: A lot other than a corner lot with frontage on more than one street. Through lots abutting two (2) streets may be referred to as double frontage lots.
LOT WIDTH: The distance parallel to the front lot line, measured between side lot lines through that part of the building or structure where the lot is the narrowest.
MAJOR ADDITION: Any extension, having a floor area of two hundred (200) square feet or greater, to an existing building. Extensions to a dwelling, which do not increase the total number of dwelling units, shall not be considered as major additions.
MANUFACTURED HOME SUBDIVISION: A subdivision and intended for exclusive manufactured home residential use.
MANUFACTURED HOMES: Shall be, and is hereby, defined as follows: A structure built since June 15, 1976, that bears the seal of H.U.D. indicating it has met the Mobile Home Construction and Safety Standards of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (H.U.D. Standards) and is used as a permanent dwelling. Manufactured homes shall comply with the following development standards.
   A.   Shall be at least twenty four feet (24') wide, with a minimum floor area of nine hundred sixty (960) square feet.
   B.   Shall have a nonmetallic, wood shake or asphalt shingle roof with a minimum slope of three feet (3') per twelve feet (12') and a minimum six inch (6") eave.
   C.   Shall have a horizontal aluminum, simulated wood or wood siding.
   D.   Shall have a concrete foundation which surrounds the entire perimeter of the structure and completely encloses the space between the siding and the finished grade.
   E.   Shall be permanently affixed and set upon a foundation base having an anchoring system that is totally concealed under the structure. The running gear and towing hitch shall be removed.
   F.   Shall obtain a building permit from the City Building Inspector to insure that the manufactured home is placed on site to H.U.D. Standards set forth in circular Letter No. 2-83, dated April 8, 1983, or as later amended, published by the Boise Service Office of H.U.D. regulating the perimeter foundation, the anchoring of the structure to its foundation and other building requirements.
   G.   Shall meet all other State of Idaho requirements.
MANUFACTURING, EXTRACTIVE: Any mining, quarrying, excavation, processing storing, cleaning or marketing of any mineral resource.
MANUFACTURING HEAVY: Manufacturing, processing, assembling, storing, testing and similar industrial uses which are generally major operations and extensive in character require large sites, open storage and service areas, extensive services and facilities, ready access to regional transportation and normally generates some nuisances such as smoke, noise, vibration, dust, glare, air pollution and water pollution, but not beyond the district boundary.
MOBILE HOME PARK: Any site or tract of land of one site or more under single ownership, upon which ten (10) or more mobile homes are parked for living quarters, including any roadway, building, structure, vehicle, recreational facility, or enclosure used or intended for use as a part of such park.
MOBILE HOMES: "Mobile homes" shall be, and are hereby defined as follows: A structure that is transportable in one section, built on a permanent chassis, and designed to be used as a dwelling with or without a permanent foundation when connected to the required utilities, not to include recreational vehicles or travel trailers. Trailers must meet post 1976 HUD requirements.
MOTEL: A building or group of buildings, which are used for short-term occupancy, offering sleeping accommodations to the public on a nightly basis.
NONCONFORMING USE: An existing nonconforming use at the time of adoption of this Title or a legal building, structure, or use of land which:
   A.   Exists, or for which a valid building permit exists at the effective date of this Title, and violates any of the provisions of this Title; or
   B.   Exists, or for which a valid building permit exists, at the effective date of any amendment to this Title, and which violates any of the provisions of such amendment.
NURSERY, PLANT MATERIALS: Land, building, structure, or a combination hereof for storage, cultivation, transplanting of live trees, shrubs, or plants offered for retail sale on the premises, including products used for gardening or landscaping.
NURSING HOME: Any building housing any facility, however named, whether operated for profit or not, the purpose of which is to provide skilled nursing care and related medical services for more than five (5) individuals suffering from illness, disease, injury, deformity or requiring care because of old age.
OPEN SPACE: An area substantially open to the sky, which may be on the lot with a building. The area may include, along with the natural environmental features, water areas, swimming pools, tennis courts or any other recreational facilities that the Board deems permissible. Streets, parking areas, structures for habitation, and like shall not be included.
OUTDOOR STORAGE OF COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL MATERIALS: Storage of goods, materials, equipment, manufactured property and similar items not fully enclosed by a building.
OWNER: The individual, firm, association, syndicate partnership, or corporation having proprietary interest in the land.
PARAPET or PARAPET WALL: That portion of a building wall that rises above the roof level.
PARKING LOT AREA: An area including access or maneuvering area, ramps or columns exclusively as storage space for motor vehicles.
PARKING, OFF-STREET: For the purpose of this Title, an off-street parking space shall consist of an area adequate for parking an automobile with room for opening doors on both sides, together with properly related access to a public street or alley and maneuvering room, but shall be located totally outside of any street or alley right of way.
PERMIT: A document issued by the Administrator and/or Building Inspector authorizing the uses of land and structures, and the characteristics of the uses; including but not limited to Special Use Permit, Certificate of Occupancy.
PERSONAL SERVICE: Any enterprise conducted for gain, which primarily offers services to the general public such as shoe repair, watch repair, barbershops, beauty parlors and similar activities.
PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD): An area of land in which a variety of open space, residential, commercial, and industrial uses, developed under single ownership or control, are accommodated in a pre-planned environment with more flexible standards, such as lot sizes and setbacks, than those restrictions that would normally apply under these regulations.
PLAT: The drawing, mapping, or planning of a subdivision, cemetery, town site, or other tract of land or a replatting of such including certifications, descriptions and approvals.
Final Plat: The final and formal presentation by maps and drawings of an approved subdivision development, the original and one copy of which is filed with the County Clerk and Recorder.
Preliminary Plat: The first formal presentation by maps or drawings of a proposed subdivision, as required in these regulations.
PRIVATE ROAD: A road, street, alley, or bridge that is not laid out or established by the State of Idaho or a subdivision of the State or dedicated to the State or a subdivision of the State and accepted by such entity.
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: The use of offices and related spaces for such professional services as are provided by medical practitioners, lawyers, architects, engineers and similar professions.
PUBLIC USES: Public parks, school, administrative and cultural buildings and structures, not including public land or buildings devoted solely to the storage and maintenance of equipment and materials and public service facilities.
QUASI-PUBLIC USE: Churches, sunday schools, parochial schools, colleges, hospitals and other facilities of an educational, religious, charitable, philanthropic or nonprofit nature.
RECREATIONAL VEHICLE or TRAVEL TRAILER: A vehicular type unit designed as temporary dwelling for recreational, camping or travel use which is either self propelled, self-contained, or mounted on or drawn by another vehicle; including all recreational vehicles, camping trailers, truck campers, and motor homes.
RECREATIONAL VEHICLE or TRAVEL TRAILER PARK: Any site or tract of land upon which two (2) or more recreational vehicles used for human habitation are parked, either free of charge or for revenue purposes; including any roadway, building, structure vehicle or enclosure used or intended for use as part of the facilities of such park.
RECYCLING PLANT: Treatment facility, which converts, purifies and/or processes waste or garbage into useful products.
RESEARCH ACTIVITIES: Research, development, and testing related to such fields as chemical, pharmaceutical, medical, electrical, transportation and engineering.
RESERVE STRIP: A strip of land between a dedicated street of partial street and adjacent property, in either case, reserved or held in public ownership for future street extension or widening.
RESTAURANT: Any land, building or part thereof, other than a boarding house, where meals are provided for compensation, including among others, such as cafe, cafeteria, coffee shop, lunch room, tea room and dining room.
RIDING STABLES AND SCHOOLS: A facility where horses are boarded, bred, or raised by the owners of the premises for a fee. Also includes facilities that rent horses for riding. Typical uses include boarding stables or public stables.
RIGHT OF WAY: A strip of land dedicated for use as a public way. In addition to the roadway, it normally incorporates the curbs, lawn strips, sidewalks, lighting and drainage facilities, and may include special features (required by the topography or treatment) such as grade separation, landscaped area, viaducts and bridges.
ROADSIDE STAND: A temporary structure designed or used for the display or sale of agricultural or manufactured products whether produced on the site or imported or otherwise brought to the site for resale.
SCREENING: Earth mounds or berms, sight obscuring fence and walls and landscaping used singly or in combination to block direct visual access to an object.
SEAT: For the purpose of determining the number of street parking spaces for certain uses, the number of seats is the number of seating units installed or indicated, or each twenty four (24) lineal inches of benches, pews or space for loose chairs.
SERVICE STATION, GAS STATION, FILLING STATION: Buildings and premises where gasoline, oil, grease, batteries, tires and motor vehicle accessories may be supplied and dispensed at retail, and where other services including minor motor vehicle repairs are done. Uses permissible at service stations do not include major mechanical and body work, straightening of body parts, painting, welding, storage of automobiles not in working condition or other work involving noise, glare, fumes, smoke or other characteristics to an extent greater than normally found in service stations. A service station is not an automotive repair garage or body shop. Service stations shall comply with Health Authority standards.
SETBACK AREA: The space on a lot required to be left open and unoccupied by building or structures, either by the front, side or rear yard requirements of this Title, or by delineation on a recorded subdivision map.
SHOPPING CENTER: A group of commercial establishments, planned, developed, owned and/or managed as a unit related in location, and type of shops to the trade area and unit services.
SIDEWALK: That portion of the right of way outside the roadway, which is improved for the use of pedestrian traffic.
SIGN: Any device designed to inform or attract the attention of individuals.
Illuminated: Any sign illuminated by electricity, gas or other artificial light including reflecting or phosphorescent light.
Lighting Device: Any light string of lights or group of lights located or arranged so as to cast illumination on a sign.
Off-Premises: Any sign unrelated to a business or profession conducted, or to a commodity or service sold or offered upon the premises where such sign is located.
On-Premises: Any sign related to a business or profession conducted, or a commodity or service sold or offered upon the premises where such sign is located.
Projecting: Any sign which projects from the exterior of a building.
SPECIAL USE: A special use permitted within a zoning district other than a principally permitted use, requiring a special use permit and approval of the Board.
STORY: That part of a building between the surface of a floor and the ceiling immediately above it.
STREET: A right of way, which provides vehicular and pedestrian access to adjacent properties, the dedication of which has been officially accepted. The term "street" also includes the terms highway, thoroughfare, parkway, road, avenue, boulevard, land, place and other such terms.
Alley: A minor street providing secondary access to the back or side of a property otherwise abutting a street.
Arterial: A street designated for the purpose of carrying fast and/or heavy traffic.
Collector: A street designated for the purpose of carrying traffic from minor streets to other collector streets and/or arterial streets.
Minor: A street, which has the primary purpose of carrying traffic abutting properties.
Private: A street that is not designated for public use or maintenance, which provides vehicular and pedestrian access.
STRUCTURE: Anything constructed or erected, the use of which requires location on the ground, or attachment to something having a fixed location on the ground. Among other things, structures include buildings, manufactured homes, walls, fences and billboards.
SUPPLY YARDS: A commercial establishment storing and offering for sale building supplies, steel supplies, coat, heavy equipment, feed and grain, and similar goods.
URBAN AREA: Cities and city impact area.
USE: The specific purposes for which land or a building is designated, arranged intended or for which it is or may be occupied or maintained.
VARIANCE: A variance is a modification of requirements of this Chapter as to lot size, lot coverage, width, depth, front yard side yard, rear yard, setbacks, parking space, heights of buildings, or other ordinance provision affecting the size or shape of a structure or the size of lots. A variance shall not be considered a right or special privilege, but may be granted to an applicant only upon showing of undue hardship because of characteristics of the site and that the variance is not in conflict with the public interest.
VETERINARY ANIMAL HOSPITAL OR CLINIC: A place used for the care, grooming, diagnoses, and treatment of sick ailing, infirm, or injured animals, and those who are in need of medical or surgical attention, and may include overnight accommodations on the premises for the treatment, observation, and/or recuperation. It may also included boarding that is incidental to the primary activity.
VICINITY MAP: A drawing which sets forth by dimensions or other means the relationship of the proposed development to other nearby developments or landmarks and community facilities and services within the general area in order to better locate and orient the area in question.
WALKWAY: A public way, for pedestrian use only, whether or not along the side of a road.
WALL: A continuous structure designed to enclose an area, to be the surrounding exterior of a building.
WRECKING YARD: Any premises, excluding fully enclosed buildings, where more than two (2) motor vehicles not in operating condition are standing more than thirty (30) days, or where used motor vehicles or parts thereof are dismantled and stored.
YARD: A required open space, other than a court, unoccupied and unobstructed by any structure or portion of a structure from three feet (3') above the general ground level of the graded lot upward; provided accessories, ornaments, and lawn furniture may be permitted in any yard, subject to height limitations and requirements limiting obstruction or visibility.
Front: A yard extending between side lot lines across the front of a lot and from the front lot line to the front of the principal building.
Interior Side: A yard extending from the principal building to the side lot line on both sides of the principal building between the lines establishing the front and rear yards.
Rear: A yard extending between side lot lines across the rear of a lot and from the rear lot line to the rear of the principal building.
Side Street: A yard extending from the principal buildings to the secondary street that adjoins the lot between the lines establishing the front and rear yards.
ZONING PERMIT: See PERMIT. (Ord. 626, 10-7-2002)