As used in this chapter:
   (a)   "Permanent type paving" means an asphaltic concrete or a Portland cement concrete surface with the minimum addition of an adequate base, sub-base or subgrade, curbs, gutters, grading, storm drainage inlets, inlet connections and driveway approaches, but not including storm sewers, sanitary sewers, water lines or sidewalks.
   (b)   "Permanent-type sidewalk°" means a Portland cement concrete walk four feet or more in width and four inches or more in thickness with an adequate base.
   (c)   "Storm sewer" means an enclosed conduit designed to convey storm water from its point of collection to a point of discharge.
   (d)   "Combination sewer" means an existing storm sewer which is also being used to convey sanitary sewage. Combination sewers shall not be considered to be sanitary sewers.
   (e)   "Sanitary sewer" means an enclosed conduit designed to convey sanitary sewage from its point of origin to a point of discharge.
   (f)   "The whole cost" means costs that as a minimum include construction, rights of way, surveys, preliminary and detailed plans, engineering inspection, testing of materials, publishing and serving notices, interest on notes issued in anticipation of the issuance of bonds for the levying and collection of assessments and all other costs associated with the improvement.
   (g)   "Corner lot" means a lot abutting on more than one street.
   (h)   "Front of a corner lot" means the side of the lot on the street on which the main building is numbered. If a building does not exist, then the front shall be the side on which a future building would most likely be numbered.
   (i)   "Side of a corner lot°" means any side other than the front.
   (j)   "Irregularly shaped lots" means lots having shapes other than square or rectangular.
(Ord. 74-71. Passed 9-3-74. )