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“Temporary use” means an activity which lasts for a limited time.

“Townhouse” means a duplex or multifamily structure of two or three stories, not counting a basement, in which the dwelling units share common walls and have separate entrances.

“Tract” means a lot, usually several acres in area. With reference to critical areas and their buffers in proposals for new construction, subdivisions, planned unit developments, or binding site plans to which they apply, “tract” refers to a legally platted critical area parcel which is required to be recorded on all documents of title of record for all affected lots in a residential development proposal.

“Trailer” means every vehicle without motive power designed for being drawn by or used in conjunction with a motor vehicle.

“Transit shelter” means a small roofed structure which provides partial protection from the elements for persons waiting for buses, trains or other transit vehicles.

“Transit station” means more than one transit shelter in one location, or one large shelter, typically serving several transit routes and/or modes of transit, and which may or may not incorporate accessory convenience retail and service establishments. (Ord. 1946 § 1, 2005; Ord. 1691 § 1, 1997; Ord. 1628 § 1, 1996).