§ 96.031  DEFINITIONS.
   For the purpose of this subchapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   ABUTTING.  In reference to a public sidewalk or curb is respect to adjacent property, means that the public sidewalk or curb:
      (1)   Traverses the property;
      (2)   Is outside of but tangent to the boundary or the property; or
      (3)   Lies within a public right-of-way or easement the boundaries of which traverse or are tangent to the boundary of the property, and any part of the sidewalk or curb is within the boundary of the property or within ten feet outside of the boundary of such property.
   PUBLIC CURB.  Any raised structure running along the edge of a public street or alley under town jurisdiction, and intended to separate the street or alley from an adjacent sidewalk or land.
   PUBLIC SIDEWALK.  Any walkway which is improved and dedicated to public use for pedestrian traffic and which is owned, operated or maintained by the town for public use or which is subject to the control and jurisdiction of the town for such purpose.
(Ord. passed 12-18-1989)