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2.2.3

Alter:

Any structural change in the supporting or load bearing member of a building, such as bearing walls, columns, beams, girders, or floor joists.

2.2.4

Apartment:

A dwelling unit in an apartment house arranged, designed, or occupied as a residence by a single family, individual, or group of individuals.

2.2.5

Automobile Service Station:

Structures and premises used or designed to be used for the retail sale of fuels, lubricants, or grease, and other operating commodities for motor vehicles, including the customary space and facilities for the installation of such commodities; and including space for temporary minor repair, or servicing such as polishing, washing, cleaning, greasing, but not including bumping, painting, or refinishing thereof.

2.2.6

Automobile Wrecking:

The dismantling or disassembling of used motor vehicles or trailers, or the storage, sale, or dumping of dismantled, partially dismantled, obsolete, or wrecked vehicles, or their parts.

2.2.7

Basement:

A story of a building having more than one-half (1/2) its height below grade.

2.2.8

Boarding House or Rooming House:

A dwelling where meals and/or lodging are provided for compensation to persons by pre- arrangement for definite periods of time.

2.2.9

Building:

An enclosed structure having a roof supported by columns, walls, or other devices and used for the housing, shelter, or enclosure of persons, animals, or chattels.

2.2.10 Building Height:

The vertical distance measured from average grade to the highest point of the roof for flat roofs, to the deck line of mansard roofs, and to the average height between eaves and ridges for gable, hip, or gambrel roofs.

2.2.11 Building Setback Line:

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