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For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context indicates or requires a different meaning.
PARK TREES. Trees, shrubs, bushes, and all other woody vegetation in Town-owned lands.
PESTICIDE APPLICATOR. Any person, including public operators, who owns or manages a pesticide application business which is engaged in the business of applying pesticides on the lands or properties of another.
PUBLIC OPERATOR. Any person in charge of any equipment used by public utilities, state agencies, municipal corporations, or other governmental agencies applying pesticides.
PUBLIC SERVICE ENDEAVOR. A privately or publicly-owned corporation that supplies certain common needs of the public, such as water, electricity, gas, telephone communications, or transportation.
RIGHT-OF-WAY. That area of the street and adjoining property on which the Town or State Department of Transportation has the authority to limit the use.
STREET TREES. Trees, shrubs, bushes and all other woody vegetation on land lying within rights-of-way on either side of all streets, avenues, or ways within the Town.
TREE COMMITTEE. An authorized COMMITTEE of the Town Appearance Commission whose members are appointed by the Town Council. Their duties include the development of plans to improve the visual quality and esthetic characteristics of the Town.
(1989 Code, § 101.03) (Ord. passed 4-8-1980; Am. Ord. 938, passed 4-9-2002)