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For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
LODGING OUT-OF-DOORS. Using public or private property for living accommodation purposes by the erection, use or occupation of any tent, hut, lean-to, shack or temporary shelter for sleeping purposes, or the laying down of bedding, such as a blanket, sleeping bag or similar material, for the purpose of sleeping.
LIVING ACCOMMODATION PURPOSES. To remain living, to dwell or to reside at a place for a period of time for the purpose of using such place as a home or shelter.
LODGING OUT-OF-DOORS PARAPHERNALIA. Includes, but is not limited to, tarpaulins, cots, beds, sleeping bags, hammocks, bedrolls, cooking facilities and similar equipment.
PUBLIC PROPERTY. Any publicly owned property in the city, including any of the following: public parks, public streets, public alleyways, public trails, public access ways, public parking lots, public passageways, public rights-of-ways, publicly owned landscaped areas or greenbelts, sidewalks, curbs, public educational institutions or other government-owned or controlled properties located within the city.
STORE. To put aside or accumulate, to deposit for safekeeping or to place or leave in a location an item(s) for retrieval or use at a later time.
(Ord. 4012, passed 11-6-2017)