2.2.38 Lot Through (Double Frontage):
An interior lot having frontage on two (2) parallel or approximately parallel streets.
2.2.39 Lot Width:
The width of the lot considered to be the distance between straight lines connecting front and rear lot lines at each side of the lot, measured at the front yard setback line.
2.2.40 Mobile Home:
A detached portable residential dwelling unit, prefabricated on its own chassis. It shall have a minimum width across every section of fourteen (14) feet. The unit shall contain sleeping accommodations, a flush toilet, tub or shower, and eating and living quarters. It is designed to be transported on its own wheels or on a flatbed arriving at the site where it is to be occupied as a complete dwelling and shall be connected to existing utilities. A travel trailer is not to be considered a mobile home. This definition shall not in any way amend, abrogate or supersede any of the requirements for a single-family dwelling, including but not limited to the minimum square feet and minimum width requirements of Section 2.2.17.
2.2.41 Mobile Home Park:
A tract of land prepared and approved according to the procedures in this Ordinance to accommodate mobile homes on rented or leased lots.
2.2.42 Mobile Home Subdivision:
A legally platted residential subdivision accommodating mobile homes.
Any establishment in which individual cabins, courts, or similar structures or units are let or rented to transients for periods of less than thirty (30) days. The term "motel" shall include tourist cabins and motor courts. A motor court or motel shall not be considered or construed to be either a multiple dwelling, a hotel, or mobile home park.
2.2.44 Off-Street Parking:
A facility providing vehicular parking spaces with adequate drives and aisles for maneuvering so as to provide access for entrance and exit for the parking of automobiles.
2.2.45 Ordinary High Water Mark: