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(1) Bed bug control plan. A document that describes prevention and control methods used to prevent bed bug infestation and that is consistent with any designated bed bug best management practices.
(2) Bed bug best management practices. Practices for the investigation and remediation of bed bugs that follow current National Pest Management Association best management practices or another current standard as adopted by regulation of the Department of Licenses and Inspections or such other agency as may be designated by the Managing Director.
(3) Dwelling facility operator.
(a) The governing association of a condominium or cooperative building;
(b) The operator of any group living home or facility; or
(c) The operator of a hotel or other transient facility.
(4) Dwelling facility resident.
(a) The owner of a condominium unit or occupant of a unit in a cooperative building;
(b) A resident of any group living home or facility; or
(c) A resident or guest of any hotel or other transient facility.
(5) Group Living. As defined in Section 14-203 of the Zoning Code.
(6) Governing association. The board of managers of an association of condominium owners or the board of directors of a cooperative building.
(7) Informational notice regarding bed bugs. A brochure or other document prepared by the Department of Licenses and Inspections or other such agency as determined by the Managing Director that sets forth information on how to detect the presence of bed bugs, how to prevent the spread of bed bugs, describes landlord and tenant rights and responsibilities with respect to bed bugs under this Chapter and that is made available to the public for download on a City website.
(8) Pest management professional. A person or business who is licensed, registered or certified by the State of Pennsylvania to perform pest control services pursuant to the Pennsylvania Pesticide Control Act of 1973, Act of March 1, 1974, P.L. 90, as amended, 3 P.S. §§ 111.21 et seq.
(9) Transient facility. Any building used in any part for residential occupancy on a daily or nightly basis for 30 or fewer consecutive days.