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Whenever the following words and phrases are used in this chapter, they shall have the meaning ascribed to them in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning:
"Extraordinary expense" or "police response service charge" refers to the costs incurred in the second and subsequent police responses to control and maintain the public peace, safety, health and welfare, which include but are not limited to the following: all personnel, equipment and mutual aid costs expended during the second and subsequent responses to the premises, damages to city property and/or injuries to city personnel.
"Parties, gatherings or other assemblages" refers to the meeting of a group of persons who have met or are meeting for a special occasion or for a social activity on private property, whether residential or not.
"Special police services" or "special law enforcement services" refer to the necessary activities of the police to maintain the public peace, safety, health and welfare in responding to a loud or unruly party, gathering or other disturbance of the peace after the police have made an initial response and given warning that if such disturbance is not corrected, and a subsequent response is required, then a police response service charge will be levied.
(Ord. 99-07-1259 § 1 (part))