For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   EMPLOYEE. Any and all persons, including managers, entertainers, and independent contractors, who work in or at or render any services related to the operation of an adult entertainer premises.
   ENTERTAINER. Any person who on any occasion provides adult entertainment on the premises as defined in this section, whether or not a fee is charged or accepted for entertainment, or whether or not the entertainer is paid.
   ENTERTAINMENT. Any exhibition or dance of any type, pantomime, modeling, or any other performance.
   MANAGER. Any person who manages, directs, administers, or is in charge of the affairs and/or conduct of any portion of any activity involving adult entertainment occurring at any adult entertainment premises.
   NUDE DANCING or DANCE NUDE. Any exhibition, performance, or dance of any type conducted in a premises where such exhibition, performance, or dance involves a person who:
      (1)   Is unclothed or in such attire, costume, or clothing as to expose to view any portion of the breast below the top of the areola or any portion of the pubic region, anus, buttocks, vulva, or genitals; or
      (2)   Touches, caresses, or fondles the breast, buttocks, anus, genitals, or pubic region of a patron, or permits the touching, caressing, or fondling of their own breast, buttocks, anus, genitals, or pubic region by a patron, with the intent to sexually arouse or excite the patron.
   NUDE DANCING PREMISES or ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PREMISES. Any premises to which the public, patrons, or members are invited or admitted and wherein an entertainer provides nude dancing or provides adult entertainment to a member of the public, a patron, or a member.
   OPERATOR. Any person operating, conducting, or maintaining an adult entertainment business or premises.
   PERSON. Any individual, partnership, corporation, trust, incorporated or unincorporated association, marital community, joint venture, or other entity or group of persons however organized.
   PUBLIC PLACE. Any area generally visible to public view and includes streets, sidewalks, bridges, alleys, plazas, parks, driveways, parking lots, and automobiles whether moving or not.
(Ord. passed 2-2-1998)