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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.
DAY CARE CENTER. Any family or child care facility licensed by the state pursuant to F.S. Ch. 402. For purposes of this chapter, a DAY CARE CENTER includes the parking lot, curtilage, yards, landscaped areas, playgrounds, accessory buildings and all outdoor areas of the facility. It is the intent to include all areas reasonably included in and part of the facility.
PARK. A publicly owned or operated area used or available for the public’s use as a recreational facility, including, by way of example and not limitation, linear parks and the state, county and municipal recreational trails systems.
PERMANENT RESIDENCE. A place where a person abides, lodges or resides for 14 or more consecutive days.
PLAYGROUND. An established or dedicated outdoor area for recreation and play, including, by way of example and not limitation, soccer fields, baseball diamonds, football fields and locations with outdoor equipment, such as, by way of example and not limitation, swing sets, climbing apparatus and slides.
PUBLIC SHELTER. Any shelter specifically designated by the town or any municipality to house persons in times prior to, during and after the threat or occurrence of disaster.
SCHOOL. Any public or private school to include charter schools as defined in F.S. §§ 1000.04(1) and 1002.01, excluding facilities dedicated exclusively to the education of adults.
SEXUAL PREDATOR AND SEXUAL OFFENDER SHELTER. Any shelter officially designated by Brevard County or any municipality that is designated to house sexual predators or sexual offenders in times prior to, during and after the threat or occurrence of disaster.
SEXUAL OFFENDER. As defined in F.S. § 944.606(l).
SEXUAL PREDATOR. As defined in F. S. § 775.21.
TEMPORARY RESIDENCE. Any place where a person may abide, lodge or reside that is not that person’s permanent residence.
(Ord. 2006-04, passed 3-21-2006)