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For the purpose of this subchapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
ABANDONED PROPERTY. Any property which has been left unenclosed from the elements and shall include, but not be limited to: unregistered or nontagged vehicles, old and dilapidated modes of conveyance such as automobiles, trucks, tractors, watercraft, wagons and other kind of vehicles and parts thereof, household appliances, scrap building materials, scrap contractor’s equipment, tanks, casks, cans, barrels, boxes, drums, piping bottles, glass, old iron machinery, guns, pistols, rifles, bicycles, tags, paper, excelsior, hair, mattresses, beds and bedding or any other kind of scrap or waste, rubbish, trash, junk or unsightly or unsanitary matter.
ENFORCEMENT OFFICER. The Building Official or any other officer designated by law, Charter, ordinance or resolution of the town to enforce the provision of the Town Charter, resolutions or ordinances.
INOPERABLE CONDITION. Any condition or disability of a vehicle which disables or prevents its normal operation for a continuous period of 24 hours or more.
(1) Any painting accomplished by spraying, whether by aerosol application or by mechanical or electrical spray application;
(2) Any sheet metal work or other repair work to the body of a vehicle; and/or
(3) Any mechanical repair of any nature which disables a vehicle or prevents its normal use or operation for a continuous period of 24 hours or more.
PUBLIC PROPERTY. Lands and improvements owned by the federal government, the state, the county or the municipalities within the county and includes buildings, grounds, yards, playgrounds, streets, sidewalks, parkways, rights-of-way and other similar property.
VEHICLE. Any device in, upon or by which any person or property is or may be transported or drawn upon a highway or street. The term VEHICLE shall include both motor vehicles and trailers as defined in F.S. § 316.003, but shall expressly exclude bicycles and mopeds.
(2000 Code, § 30-87) (Ord. 97-08, passed 4-20-1998)