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POL Government Elected Officials Auditor Griffin-Valade Charter, Code & Policies City Code & Charter Online Code & Charter Title 8 Health and Sanita Chapter 8.32 Automobile Trailer Courts
8.32.010 Definitions.

The following words and phrases shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this Section:

A.  “Approved” when applied to plumbing fixtures, plumbing connections, etc., means that the fixtures, connections, etc., have been approved by the chief inspector of the plumbing division.  When the same term is applied to sanitary provisions or measures, it means that the same has been approved by the chief of the sanitary division of the Bureau of Health.  When the same term is applied to fire prevention appliances or equipment, it means that the same has been approved by the fire marshal.  When the same term is applied to building construction, it means that the same has been approved by the chief of the building division.  When the same term is applied to electric wiring or appliances, it means that the same has been approved by the chief of the electrical division.

B.  “Permit” means a written permit issued by the Health Officer permitting the trailer court to operate under this Chapter and regulations promulgated thereunder;

C.  “Trailer court” means a lot or parcel of ground arranged or used for the parking of automobile trailer coaches.  For brevity an automobile trailer court may be referred to as a “court”;

D.  “Trailer coach” means any vehicle used, or so constructed as to permit its being used, as a conveyance upon the public streets or highways and duly licensable as such, and constructed in such a manner as will permit occupancy thereof as a dwelling or sleeping place for one or more persons;

E.  “Dependent trailer coach” means a trailer coach which does not have a water closet and a bathtub or shower;

F.  “Independent trailer coach” means a trailer coach that has a water closet and a bathtub or shower;

G.  “Trailer coach space” means a plot of ground within a trailer court, designated for the accommodation of one trailer coach;

H.  “Service building” means a building housing toilet facilities for men and women, with a slop‑water closet and laundry facilities, and with separate bath and shower accommodations.