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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.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. Any property located in the CBD unless the largest structure located within that property has been used as a church or single family residence more often than not since 2010.
DEIP MAIN STREET ACCOUNT. The financial account to be established by main street as directed in § 124.03 (B)(2).
DOWNTOWN. The Central Business District (CBD) Zone as identified in § 156.108 and shown on the City Zoning Map as Zone C-3.
FACADE. An individual storefront or side of a building that faces a public street or public alley with public access. Separate addresses within a single building may qualify as separate facades, but only street level addresses are eligible.
MAIN STREET DIRECTOR. The city employee with the job title of “Main Street Director” and assigned to oversee the non-profit organization known as Pikeville Main Street Program, Inc. or, for the purposes of these incentives, any other city employee designated to that task by the City Manager.
MAIN STREET PROGRAM. The non-profit organization known as Pikeville Main Street Program. Inc.
REHABILITATION. The process of returning an existing structure to a state of utility through repair or alteration which makes possible an efficient contemporary use.
TARGET BUSINESS. Business types which are targeted for the purposes of creating a healthy mix of diverse businesses in downtown based, in part, on the businesses located in the district at any given time. These business tvpes will be determined at least annually by the Main Street Program with approval from the City Manager.
(Ord. O-2019-07, passed 3-11-19)