Chapter 10.10
DEFINITIONS

Sections:

10.10.010    Purpose.

10.10.020    Interpretation.

10.10.030    General.

10.10.040    Definitions.

10.10.010 Purpose.

The purpose of this chapter is to clarify and define certain terms and words as used in this title. When a definition is not found in this chapter, the reader shall use the common meaning of the word. [Ord. 11-02 § 1 (Exh. A); Ord. 08-07 § 1 (Exh. A); Ord. 06-27; Ord. 06-17; amended 1991; Code 1971 § 10-2-010.]

10.10.020 Interpretation.

In the event it is unclear as to the meaning of a word or term, it shall be the responsibility of the Land Use Administrator to determine the official interpretation. If any person disagrees with the interpretation of the Land Use Administrator, it shall be his/her right to either apply for an amendment to this title to clarify the portion in question or file a timely petition with the district court for final interpretation. [Ord. 11-02 § 1 (Exh. A); Ord. 08-07 § 1 (Exh. A); Ord. 06-27; Ord. 06-17; amended 1991; Code 1971 § 10-2-020.]

10.10.030 General.

All provisions, terms, phrases, and expressions contained in this chapter shall be liberally construed to accomplish the purposes of this title. For the purposes of this title, words used in the present tense shall also include the past tense and likewise words used in the singular shall also include the plural. The word “person” shall include corporation, partnership, or other legal entity. The words “used” or “occupied” shall include in their meanings intended, arranged, or designed for use or occupancy. [Ord. 11-02 § 1 (Exh. A); Ord. 08-07 § 1 (Exh. A); Ord. 06-27; Ord. 06-17; amended 1991; Code 1971 § 10-2-030.]

10.10.040 Definitions.

As used in this title, the words and phrases defined in this section shall have the following meanings unless the context clearly indicates a contrary meaning. Words not included herein but defined in the building code shall be construed as defined therein.

“Accessory use or building” means a use or structure on the same lot width that is subordinate in area, extent, or purpose to the principal or main building served and of a nature customarily incidental to the principal use or structure.

“Adult day care, home” means a day care facility on residential property to provide daily nonmedical care and supervision of six or fewer persons, 18 years of age and over, on less than a 24-hour basis.

“Affected entity” means a county, municipality, independent special district, local district, school district, interlocal cooperation entity, specified public utility, and the Utah Department of Transportation, as defined in Section 10-9a-103, Utah Code Annotated 1953, as amended.

“Agriculture” means tilling of the soil, the raising of crops, horticulture, and gardening, but not including the keeping or raising of animals or fowl, except household pets, and not including any agricultural industry or business, such as fruit-packing plants, fur farms, animal hospitals, or similar uses.

“Alteration” means any change in the construction of, or addition to, a building which would permit an increase in capacity or change of use.

“Animal clinic” means an establishment for the care, grooming, and treatment of small animals and household pets, with all facilities within a completely enclosed building, except for vehicle parking.

“Animal hospital” means an establishment for the care and treatment of animals, including household pets, livestock, and commercial poultry, with all facilities within a completely enclosed building, except for exercising runs and parking for vehicles.

“Area” means the aggregate of the maximum horizontal cross section within given boundaries.

“Assisted-living facility” means a single-family residential dwelling unit, consistent with single-family residential zoning and structural appearance, occupied on a 24-hour-per-day basis by elderly persons in a family-type arrangement under the supervision of one or more resident dwelling managers. The facility provides assistance with activities of daily living and social care to residents who require protected living arrangements and are capable of achieving mobility sufficient to exit the facility without the assistance of another person. In addition, residents may receive intermittent nursing care, administration of medication from licensed providers, and support services promoting residents’ independence and self-sufficiency. The dwelling shall comply with all state standards governing health and safety. Furthermore, the dwelling shall have a license from the State of Utah Department of Health as an assisted living Type I facility and shall operate as a Type I facility.

“Board of Adjustment” means a group of five individuals residing in Syracuse and appointed by the Mayor to function as the Syracuse City Board of Adjustment.

“Buffer yard” means a required portion of land, together with structures and landscaping, for the purpose of separating land uses so as to maintain the integrity of the proposed development of land.

“Buildable area” means that portion of a lot or parcel that is eligible to place a building or structure and complies with setbacks of the applicable zone.

“Building” means any walled or roofed structure intended for or used for the shelter, housing, or enclosure of any person, animal, chattel, or property of any kind.

“Building height” is as defined in the International Residential Building Code adopted by Syracuse City. The vertical distance from grade plane to the average height of the highest roof surface.

“Building, principal” means the main or primary building upon a lot or the building that houses the main or primary use upon the lot. This includes all appendages to a principal building constructed as an architectural and integral part thereof.

“Certificate of occupancy” means authority granted by the Building Official to occupy or use a building upon satisfying City ordinances and all site plan and building code requirements.

“City Council” means the elected City Council of Syracuse, Utah. This term may also include the Mayor of Syracuse.

“Child day care center” means any building or premises used regularly for the custodial care of four or more children for more than four hours per day for profit.

“Child day care, home” means a child day care facility operated on residential premises on less than a 24-hour basis.

“Church,” “synagogue,” or “temple” means a building used primarily for public worship by any religious body.

“Clinic, dental and medical” means a building in which an associated group of physicians, dentists, and allied professional assistants carry on their professions, including a dental or medical laboratory. Clinic does not include inpatient care or operating rooms for major surgery.

“Cluster subdivision” means a subdivision approved by the City, as allowed within a particular zone, which meets all the requirements of Chapter 10.80 SCC with other standards as determined by the City Council by means of a development agreement.

“Commercial vehicle” means a motor vehicle, trailer, or semi-tractor/trailer used or maintained for business, compensation, or profit to transport passengers or property with a manufacturer’s gross weight of 10,001 or more pounds.

“Common space” means land area with an amenity in which the dedicated purpose is shared equally by all the residents of that community or the public.

“Conditional use” means uses, other than permitted uses, allowed in a specific zone that may not be compatible in some areas without certain conditions, as set forth in the land use ordinance for those uses, that mitigate or eliminate the detrimental impact as a result of its unique characteristic or potential impact on surrounding neighbors.

“Condominium” means the ownership of a single unit in a multi-unit residential, commercial, or industrial project together with an undivided common interest in the common areas and facilities of the property.

Day Care Center. See “Child day care center.”

Day Care Home. See “Child day care, home.”

“Development agreement” means a written contract between the City and a developer which sets forth the respective terms, conditions, and obligations pertaining to a development in the City.

“Development Review Committee (DRC)” means a group of appointed City officials, or their designees, given review and consultation responsibility concerning proposed development projects and private residential development subdivisions.

“Dwelling” means a building or portion thereof designed and used for residential occupancy, including single-family, two-family, and multifamily, but does not include boarding, rooming, or lodging houses, tents, yurts, trailers, motels, cottage camps, or similar structures designed and used primarily for transient residential uses.

“Dwelling, accessory” means an additional living quarters on a single-family lot that is independent of the primary dwelling unit. The accessory dwelling unit shall be a complete housekeeping unit with a shared or separate entrance, separate kitchen, sleeping area, closet space, and bathroom facilities.

“Dwelling group” means a group of two or more detached buildings used as dwellings located on a parcel of land under one ownership and having a yard or court in common.

“Dwelling, multifamily” means a building containing more than two dwelling units.

“Dwelling, single-family” means a building designed with accommodations for and occupied by one family only.

“Dwelling, two-family” means a building under single ownership containing two dwelling units, designated for occupancy by not more than two families.

“Dwelling, two-family-attached” means a single-family dwelling attached to another single-family dwelling by a common wall or floor with both dwellings located on the same lot.

“Dwelling unit” means a building or portion thereof that provides separate and independent living, cooking, sleeping, and sanitation facilities for one family.

“Elderly person” means a person 60 years of age or older.

“Elevation, building” means an architectural rendering of the front, side, or rear facade of a building, including dimensions, features, materials, and colors.

Exaction (constitutional taking)” means actions by the City involving the physical taking or exaction of private real property that might require compensation to a private real property owner because of:

(1) The Fifth or Fourteenth Amendments of the Constitution of the United States;

(2) Article I, Section 22, of the Utah Constitution; or

(3) Any recent court rulings governing the physical taking or exaction of private real property by a government entity.

Family” means:

(1) One individual living alone or one, but not more than one at the same time, group of individuals described in the following subsections who together occupy a single-family dwelling unit as one nonprofit housekeeping unit and who share common living, sleeping, cooking, and sanitation facilities:

(a) A head of household and all persons related to the head of household by blood, marriage, adoption, guardianship, or other duly authorized custodial relationship, and not more than two additional related or unrelated persons, including, but not limited to, personal care or personal service providers.

(b) Up to four related or unrelated persons and any children of either individual, if any.

Family” does not include:

(1) Any society, club, fraternity, sorority, association, lodge, combine, federation, coterie, or like organization.

(2) Any number of individuals whose association is temporary or seasonal in nature.

(3) Any number of individuals who are in a group-living arrangement as a result of criminal offenses.

“Farm animal keeping” means the keeping of animals and fowl, such as commonly used for food or fiber production or as a beast of burden, for recreational pleasure.

“Farm industry” means generally all phases of farm operation including, but not necessarily limited to, the keeping and raising of animals and/or fowl for domestic or commercial use, e.g., fur farms, livestock feed yards, pig farms, dairy farms, and similar uses as well as any accessory uses thereto, except commercial slaughter.

“Fence” means a structure used as a boundary, screen, separation, protection or confinement, or means of privacy constructed of posts, rails, and a barrier consisting of lumber, vinyl, wire mesh, masonry, or similar fencing materials.

“Field drain” means a pipe or similar conduit laid in undeveloped areas for the purpose of draining the ground.

“Floor area” means the sum of all areas of several floors of a building, including basements, mezzanines, and intermediate floored tiers and penthouses of head-room height, measured from the exterior faces of exterior walls or from the centerline of common walls separating buildings. The floor area, however, shall not include areas used for parking of vehicles and areas devoted exclusively to the housing of mechanical equipment for heating, ventilating, and other service uses for the building.

“Frontage” means the distance along the right-of-way line between the two side lot lines of a parcel measured along the street, or streets of a corner lot, to which the parcel shall have access.

“Garage sale” means a sale of personal belongings in a residential zone, which sale is conducted by a bona fide resident of the premises.

General plan” means a document adopted by the City that sets forth general guidelines for proposed future development of land within the City as set forth in Utah Code Annotated 1953, also referred to as the “master plan.”

“General plan use map” means a map adopted by the City Council which identifies the current, proposed, or desired future land uses in the City and guides zoning and development in the City.

“Governing Body” means the Syracuse City Council.

“Grade, finish (adjacent ground elevation)” means the lowest point of elevation of the finished surface of the ground, within the area between a building and a line five feet from building.

“Grade, natural” means the elevation of the surface of ground created through the action of natural forces and not a result from manmade cuts, fills, excavation, grading, or similar earth-moving processes. The City Engineer of Syracuse City shall determine natural grade in every instance where necessary.

“Gross acreage” means the total land being developed.

“Head of household” means one individual who occupies a dwelling unit and has a parent/child relationship, grandparent/child relationship, or a legal marriage relationship with another individual occupying the same dwelling unit and/or is an owner occupant.

“Home occupation” means the use of a portion of one’s dwelling or accessory building, studio, or workroom to conduct business activity.

“Homeowners’ association” means an association operating under recorded land agreements through which each lot owner of a planned development, condominium development, subdivision or other described land area is automatically subject to a charge for a proportionate share of the expenses for the organization’s activities, such as maintaining a common property.

“Homeowners’ association, active” means a recorded and legally bound homeowners’ association with an elected board of representatives who maintain an active, annual application with the Syracuse City Community Development Department every year during the same month.

“Household pets” means animals and fowl customarily allowed in the home for the sole pleasure and enjoyment of the occupants but not raised or kept for commercial purposes or for food.

“Immediate family member” means father, mother, brother, sister, son, daughter.

“Institution” means a public or private building devoted to an organization, establishment, foundation, society, or the like, which promotes a particular cause or program, especially one of a public, educational, or charitable character.

“Intermittent commercial uses” means the occasional use of a building or land for retail sales (see SCC 10.35.050). This definition does not in any way include the occasional sales of various used items in a garage or yard sale.

“Junk” means any scrap, waste, reclaimable material, or debris, whether or not stored or used in conjunction with dismantling, processing, salvaging, storing, or disposing or other use or disposition. Junk includes, but is not limited to, tires, batteries, furniture, tools, paper, rags, plastics, cordage, scrap iron or other metal, glass, building materials, salvage materials, dismantled equipment, machinery and appliances or parts thereof, brush, wood and lumber, solid waste, and vehicles and parts thereof.

“Junk yard” means the use of any lot, portion of a lot, or tract of land for the storage, keeping, or abandonment of junk, including scrap metals or other scrap material, or for the dismantling, demolition, or abandonment of automobiles, other vehicles, or machinery or parts thereof, provided it does not include such uses that are clearly accessory and incidental to any agricultural use permitted in the district.

“Kennel, commercial” means any parcel of land, at least five acres in size, on which the owner retains three or more dogs that are at least four months old.

“Kennel, residential” means any residential lot or premises on which the owner retains three dogs that are at least four months old.

“Kitchen” means any room or space used, intended, or designed for cooking or preparation and/or serving of food.

“Land drain” means a pipe or similar infrastructure designed to collect subsurface water in developed areas.

“Land Use Administrator” means that person designated by the Syracuse City Council to perform the duties and responsibilities as described in this title.

“Land Use Authority” means any person, board, or commission designated by the City Council to act upon a land use application. Land Use Authority shall be the Planning Commission unless otherwise designated in this title.

“Land use ordinance” means this title or a predecessor ordinance governing planning, zoning, or development of land, but does not include the general plan.

“Landscaping” means the design and placement of ornamental fixtures such as fountains, ornamental walls, fences, or benches along with the planting of vegetative materials, trees, shrubs, grass, flowers, etc.

“Lot, building” means a parcel of land, legally divided and approved by the Syracuse City Council as recorded in the Davis County recorder’s office, which is of such dimensions as to comply with the minimum requirements of this title for area, width, and depth, where applicable for the zone in which it resides, and having frontage on a public street or approved private street.

“Lot, corner” means a lot situated at the junction of and abutting on two or more streets.

“Lot lines” means the property lines bounding a lot. For purposes of establishing yard spaces, all right-of-way lines for streets shall be the lot lines of abutting property.

“Lot width” means the width of a lot along a line parallel to the frontage thereof and measured at the minimum front setback line.

“Manufactured home” means a single-family dwelling unit fabricated in one or more sections in a location other than the home site by assembly-line production techniques after June 15, 1976, to standards established by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (see SCC 10.30.020).

“Masonry” means stucco, brick, or stone.

“Net acreage” means the total land area available for development after excluding 20 percent assigned to the City in the form of roads and other public easements.

“Net density” means the number of allowable building lots in a zone per net acre. (Example: 8.3 net acres times 3.79 allowable lots in the R-2 zone equals 31.46 allowable lots, or 31 allowable lots rounding down to the nearest whole number (i.e., 8.3 x 3.79 = 31.46 = 31).

“Noncomplying structure” means a structure that legally existed before its current land use designation and, because of one or more subsequent changes to this title, does not conform to the setback, height restrictions, or other regulations, excluding those regulations that govern the use of land.

“Nonconforming building lot” means a parcel of land of record that was held in separate ownership from adjacent property and was a legal building lot on the effective date of this title, the dimensions of which do not meet the requirements for a building lot in the new zone in which it resides. This title shall deem adjacent properties in the same ownership, but described under separate deeds, to be one property.

“Nonconforming use” means a use that legally existed before its current land use designation, has been maintained continuously since the time any applicable land use ordinances changed, and does not conform to the regulations that now govern the use of the land because of one or more subsequent changes to said ordinances.

“Office” means a building, room, or department wherein a business transacts service for others, but does not include the storage or sale of merchandise on the premises.

“Office, professional” means a place intended primarily for the conduct of administration or services by a business enterprise including the storage, display, or sales of limited goods or merchandise as the secondary focus of business.

“Open space” means any area of land without human-built structures, such as parks, recreational and natural areas or land not occupied by buildings. Open space does not include curb and gutter, driveways and roadways.

“Ordinance” means planning and zoning regulations or other laws and requirements, adopted by the City, that carry the force of law and are binding upon all who visit, reside in, or own property in the City.

“Parking lot” means an open area, other than a street, used for the temporary parking of more than four automobiles and available for public use, whether free, for compensation, or as an accommodation for clients or customers.

“Parking space (off-street parking)” means a space located off any public right-of-way, which is at least nine feet by 20 feet in size, for parking of any motor vehicle.

“Payday lending/check cashing services” means a business that conducts transactions of cashing a check for consideration or extending a deferred deposit loan and shall include any other similar types of businesses licensed by the state pursuant to the Check Cashing and Deferred Deposit Lending Registration Act.

“Permitted uses” means uses allowed as a matter of right and listed as permitted uses in the various zone specifications. Any use not specifically identified in this title shall be prohibited.

“Person with a disability” means a person who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more of their major life activities, including a person having a record of such impairment or being regarded as having such an impairment. This definition shall not include any person with impairment due to the current illegal use of, or addiction to, any federally controlled substance, as defined by federal law.

“Planning Commission” means a group of seven individuals, residing in Syracuse City, appointed by the Mayor of Syracuse, with the advice and consent of the City Council, to function as the Syracuse City Planning Commission.

“Preschool” means any building or premises used for the instruction and care for compensation of not more than 16 children, per session per teacher at any one time, from the age of three through six years for up to four hours without the serving of meals.

“Preschool, home” means a child care facility, operated regularly on residential premises, to provide educational programs for no more than 16 children per session per teacher, at any given time (including operator’s natural, adopted, or foster children under six years of age).

“Principle of regression” means a standard property assessment valuation principle, as established by the International Association of Assessing Officers, which states that dissimilar properties within the same general classification in the same area will adversely affect the better property.

“Privacy fence” means a fence constructed so that over 50 percent of the fence area is of a solid substance. The maximum allowable height of a privacy fence is six feet. If a “picket” style fence is used as a privacy fence, picket spacing shall be no more than one inch apart. Shrubs or hedges are not considered privacy fences.

“Private residential development” means a subdivision approved by the City, as allowed within a particular zone, which meets all the requirements of Chapter 10.75 SCC with other standards as determined by the City Council by means of a development agreement.

“Professional, nonretail service” means a business that provides a professional service, rather than retail, such as medical or educational (academic or recreational classes).

“Public” means that which is under the ownership of the United States Government, Utah State or any subdivision thereof, Davis County, or Syracuse City (or any departments or agencies thereof).

“Quasi-public building or use” means any facility or use conducted by a nonprofit, religious, or charitable organization for the benefit of the general public or having partial government involvement or ownership.

Reasonable accommodations” means a change in a rule, policy, practice, or procedure necessary to afford a person with a disability equal access opportunity to use and enjoy a dwelling as defined in this section:

(1) “Reasonable” means that a requested accommodation will not undermine the legitimate purposes of existing zoning regulations notwithstanding the benefit the accommodation would provide to a person with a disability.

(2) “Necessary” means the applicant must show that, but for the accommodation, one or more persons with a disability likely will not have an equal opportunity to enjoy housing of their choice.

(3) “Equal opportunity” means achieving equal results as between a person with a disability and a nondisabled person.

“Recreational park, private” means an area of land, with few or no buildings, set aside and kept in its natural state or designed, developed, and reserved for the enjoyment and recreational use by or ornamental purposes of only certain individuals with a financially legal interest and responsibility for its maintenance.

“Rehabilitation/treatment facility” means a facility licensed by or contracted by the state of Utah to provide temporary occupancy and supervision of adults or juveniles in order to provide rehabilitation, treatment, counseling, or educational services. Without limitation, such services may include rehabilitation, treatment, counseling, or assessment and evaluation services related to delinquent behavior, alcohol and drug abuse, sex offenders, sexual abuse, or mental health.

“Research park” means areas zoned for technology research and scientific development and linked to business and academic collaboration research endeavors.

“Residential facility for persons with a disability” means a residence, in which more than one person with a disability resides, licensed or certified by the Utah State Department of Human Services under Title 62A, Chapter 2, Licensure of Programs and Facilities, or licensed or certified by the Department of Health under Title 26, Chapter 21, Health Care Facility Licensing and Inspection Act.

“Screen” means walls, fences, hedges, or plantings that ensure harmony with adjacent development or conceal storage or parking areas, utility installations, or other unsightly development.

“Setback” means the shortest horizontal distance between the boundary lines of a lot and the building or structure or part thereof.

“Sexually oriented business” means any business as defined in Chapter 5.25 SCC.

“Sign” means any words, lettering, parts of letters, figures, numerals, phrases, sentences, devices, designs, pictures, trade names, or trademarks by which anything is made known, such as those used to designate an association, a firm, corporation, profession, business, service, commodity, product, or any type of publicity or propaganda, whether placed on the ground, rocks, trees, stumps, or other natural objects or on a building, wall, roof, frame, support, fence, or other manmade structure, and visible from any public street, public highway, or public rights-of-way. For purposes of this title, the word “sign” does not include flags, pennants, or insignias of any nation, state, city, or other political unit or of a nonprofit organization. It shall not include an official notice, issued by any court or public body or officer, directional warning, or information sign or structure required or authorized by law.

“Site plan” means a schematic scaled drawing of a commercial, residential, industrial, office, or institutional development which meets requirements of Chapter 10.20 SCC.

“Stable, private” means a detached accessory building for the keeping of animals belonging to or used by the property owner or lessee and not for rent or for the stabling of same for profit.

“Stable, public” means a building for the keeping of animals for profit.

“Street, public” means an open way, space, and/or thoroughfare designed primarily for vehicular travel provided for or dedicated to and/or accepted by Syracuse City or the state of Utah for public use.

“Structural alteration” means any change in the shape or size of any portion of a building or of the supporting members of the building or structure such as walls, columns, beams, arches, girders, floor joists, or roof rafters.

“Structure” means the building or construction of an edifice or building of any kind or the artificial building up of any piece of work or composition of parts joined together in some definite manner. A structure, however, for the purposes of this title, shall not include stairs or ramps.

“Swimming pool” means a structure for public or personal recreational purposes as defined by the International Residential Building Code.

“Temporary commercial uses” means the occasional use of a building or land for retail sales (see SCC 10.35.050).

“Use” means the purpose for the design, arrangement, or intention of any premises or building for occupancy or maintenance.

“Variance” means the relaxation of the strict application of the terms of this title, granted by the Board of Adjustment, with respect to mechanical requirements, such as setbacks, yard and area requirements, building height, parking and loading space requirements, etc., where specific physical conditions unique to the site of the lot would create an unreasonable burden by making its development for permitted uses difficult or impossible.

“Yard” means a space on a lot or parcel, unoccupied and unobstructed by a building or structure from the finished grade upwards, except as otherwise provided in this title.

“Yard, front” means an open, unoccupied yard extending across the full width of the lot adjacent to and measured perpendicularly from the front lot line and having, at no point, a depth of less than the minimum required horizontal distance between the front lot line, or its tangent, and the closest permissible location of the principal building. Measurement of said distance shall be by a line at right angles to the front lot line, or its tangent.

“Yard, rear” means a yard extending the full width of the lot adjacent to and measured perpendicularly from the rear lot line and having, at no point, a depth of less than the minimum required horizontal distance between the rear lot line, or its tangent, and the closest permissible location of the principal building. Measurement of said distance shall be by a line at right angles to the rear lot line, or its tangent. Such yard shall include all land area between the rear lot line and the closest permissible location of the principal building. On lots that are other than rectangular in shape, the required minimum rear yard may be an average of the distance measured from the rear corners of a dwelling to the nearest point of the rear lot line; however, the shortest distance used in determining the average may not be less than 15 feet. Each lot shall have only one rear yard.

“Yard, side” means a yard between a principal building and side lot line, extending from the required front yard to the required rear yard, or rear lot line on lots with no rear yard requirement, adjacent to and measured perpendicularly from the side lot line. Measurement of side yards shall be horizontally from, and at right angles to, the nearest point on the side lot line towards the closest permissible location of the principal building.

“Zero lot line development” means residential dwellings arranged on lots with one side wall of the building located on the property line.

“Zone” means a portion of the City of Syracuse given a zone designation which provides for the regulation of locations, heights, bulk, and sizes of buildings and other structures, percentage of the lots people may occupy, the size of lots, courts, or other open space, the uses of buildings and structures, and the uses of land. [Ord. 17-11 § 1 (Exh. A); Ord. 15-07A § 1 (Exh. A); Ord. 15-03 § 1 (Exh. A); Ord. 14-09 § 1; Ord. 14-01 § 1; Ord. 13-15 § 1; Ord. 12-03 § 3; Ord. 11-10 § 3; Ord. 11-02 § 1 (Exh. A); Ord. 10-02 § 1 (Exh. A); Ord. 09-16 § 1 (Exh. A); Ord. 08-07 § 1 (Exh. A); Ord. 06-27; Ord. 06-17; Ord. 04-12; Ord. 03-08; Ord. 03-04; Ord. 02-26; Ord. 02-05; Code 1971 § 10-2-040.]