For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   MOBILE DWELLING UNIT. Any temporary living quarters, truck body, bus body, tent, knock down house, or improvised shelter designed or intended to be moved from place to place.
   TRAILER. Any vehicle intended for use for living or sleeping purposes or which is equipped, intended, or designed to be equipped with any device for the purpose of transportation being either self-propelled or otherwise.
   TRAILER CAMP. A plat of ground where accommodations are provided for two or more trailers.
   TRAILER SITE. The area occupied by one trailer and/or two automobiles as indicated on the plan accompanying the application for a permit.
   USE FOR LIVING QUARTERS. Includes the acts of sleeping, preparation of meals, or any sanitary measure such as bathing, dish washing, or laundering of clothes, or any operation which produces waste which may become a nuisance.
(1987 Code, § 6-169) (Ord. 1064, passed 6-19-1942)