§ 156.04  DEFINITIONS.
   For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   BUFFER STRIP. A minimum of ten-foot wide strip free of encroachment by buildings, parking areas, or impervious coverage, and defined by a minimum of a six-foot high opaque fence located along adjacent perimeter property lines.
   CAMPGROUND. Any site or tract of land upon which two or more camp sites are occupied or intended for occupancy by tents or travel trailers, dependent trailers, or motor homes.
   DEPENDENT TRAILER. A travel trailer which does not have a flush toilet, a lavatory, and a bath or shower.
   ENFORCEMENT OFFICER. A person authorized by the Board of Aldermen to enforce this chapter.
   PRIVATE ROAD OR ROADWAY. Any street within a campground not publicly maintained and utilized for access by the occupants of the campground, their guests, and public and maintained by the owner.
   SANITARY STATION. A facility provided for the removing and disposing of wastes from trailer holding tanks.
   SERVICE BUILDING. A structure housing toilet, lavatory, bathing, and such other facilities as may be required by this chapter for the purpose of supplementing the facilities contained in dependent trailers and tents.
   TENT. A collapsible shelter of canvas or other material stretched and sustained by poles and intended for human occupancy as a temporary dwelling for short periods of time.
   TENT OR TRAILER SPACE. The portion of an individual camp site which is intended for occupancy by the tent or travel trailer.
   TRAVEL TRAILER. Any vehicle or structure designed to be transported and intended for human occupancy as a dwelling for short periods of time, such vehicle containing limited or no kitchen and bathroom facilities.
(Ord. passed 8-14-1995)