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For the purposes of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
ARCHITECTURAL STYLE. The characteristic form and detail of buildings in a particular period.
ARTICULATION (ARCHITECTURAL). The variation in a building's surfaces which identify or divide the building into distinct and significant parts.
BUILDING FRONTAGE. The portion of a building's exterior wall which is parallel to the development frontage, and the public street right-of-way or easement.
CORNICE. Any horizontal member, structural or nonstructural, projecting outward from the exterior walls at the roofline, including eaves and other roof overhang or any molded projection which finishes or crowns the part to which it is attached.
DEVELOPMENT FRONTAGE. The portion of the development site which abuts a dedicated public street right-of-way or easement.
FACADE. The exterior walls or surfaces except the roof of a building exposed to public view.
GRADE. The elevation of the sidewalk when present, or street elevation of Montgomery Road or Main Street at the center of the building.
HUMAN SCALE. The proportional relationship of a particular building, structure, open space enclosure, or streetscape element to the human form and function.
STREET WALL. The portion of a building wall facing the street or landscaping which creates a wall to the street, as a wall to a room.
(Ord. 7-2006, passed 4-19-06; Am. Ord. 9, 2018, passed 7-11-18)