For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   CITY. The City of Hollywood, a Florida municipal corporation, as geographically described in the City Charter.
   COMPLIANCE PERIOD. The time period specified in § 120.04 of this chapter after which non-conforming newsracks are subject to enforcement action by the Special Master, issuance of a citation or removal of the newsrack by the city.
   DISTRIBUTOR. Any individual or business entity engaged in the dissemination of any publication utilizing a newsrack located in the City of Hollywood.
   DOWNTOWN BUSINESS DISTRICT. The area bound by Polk Street on the north inclusive of the right-of-way, Van Buren Street on the south inclusive of the right-of-way, twenty-first Avenue on the west and seventeenth Avenue on the east.
   MODULAR NEWSRACK. A connected grouping of newspaper vending dispensers within a single structure placed on a pedestal bolted to a paved surface or bolted directly to the paved surface that is installed or used for the display, sale or distribution of newspapers or news periodicals.
   MODULAR NEWSRACK OWNER. Any individual or entity which has an ownership interest in a Modular Newsrack or any portion thereof.
   NEWSRACK COMPARTMENT. Each compartment within a newsrack designed to contain the newspapers or publications being distributed from that newsrack.
   NEWSRACKS. Any type of unmanned device including any self-service or coin-operated box, container, storage unit or other dispenser installed, used, or maintained for the display and sale of newspapers or other written periodicals, or for the vending or free distribution of newspapers or written periodicals.
   PUBLIC RIGHTS-OF-WAY. Any public street, highway, parkway, sidewalk, swale or alley.
   ROADWAY. That portion of a street improved, designed or ordinarily used for vehicular travel.
   SIDEWALK. Any surface provided primarily for the use of pedestrians, on any public rights-of-way under the jurisdiction of the city.
   STREET. All that area dedicated to public use for public transportation purposes and shall include, but not be limited to, roadways, pathways, alleys and sidewalks.
   SWALE. That area between the sidewalks and the curb of any roadway, and, where there is no sidewalk, that area between the edge of the roadway and property line adjacent thereto. SWALE shall include any area within a street that is not open to vehicular travel.
(Ord. O-95-47, passed 9-20-95; Am. Ord. 0-99-20, passed 7-14-99; Am. Ord. O-2000-26, passed 6-21-00)