(A)   CODE OFFICIAL - The code compliance manager or his/her designee.
   (B)   DANGEROUS - An imminent danger is present, or the conditions are able or likely to cause physical harm or injury to someone in the environment.
   (C)   DWELLING UNIT - A residential unit providing complete, independent living facilities, including permanent provisions for living, sleeping, eating, and cooking.
   (D)   EMERGENCY CONDITIONS - Include, but are not limited to, fire, natural disaster, flood, collapse, hazard, burst pipes, lack of working utilities, or other condition that requires an immediate response to prevent harm to the property, the tenants of the property, or the public.
   (E)   HABITABILITY - Conditions, including, but not limited to, hot water, electric service, heating, electrical hazards and infestation, that impair the quality of life for the tenant.
   (F)   NOTICE OF VIOLATION - A written notice that a violation of the city code exists.
   (G)   PROGRAM - The safe homes safe families repeat offender program.
   (H)   REPEAT OFFENDER - A responsible person who has three or more confirmed code enforcement violations within three years for conditions that are dangerous or impair habitability at the same location; or at least three separate confirmed code enforcement violations within three years at different locations under common ownership; or unresolved violations pending three years or more.
   (I)   RESPONSIBLE PERSON - A responsible person as defined in section 7-51(J) of the city code.
(Ord. No. 2945)