When used in this chapter, the following words and phrases shall have the meanings set forth in this section:
“Calendar day” means the remainder of the calendar year beginning from the date previous corrective action was taken.
“Commercial property” means an individual parcel, tract or lot shown on the most recent plat of record that is not a residential property.
“Commercial unit” means an area within a commercial property that is readily identifiable by visual inspection as an area used by a single business or commercial enterprise.
“Dwelling unit” means a structure or portion thereof providing independent and complete cooking, living, sleeping, and toilet facilities for a person or group of persons living as a single housekeeping unit.
“Excessive police response” means for a residential property, each police response in excess of eight to a dwelling unit in a calendar year. For a commercial property, each police response in excess of 50 to a commercial unit in a calendar year.
“Mobile home” means a detached single dwelling unit fabricated at a factory and capable of being transported to location of use on its own chassis and wheels, identified by a model number and serial number by its manufacturer, and designed primarily for placement on a non-permanent foundation.
“Mobile home park” means any parcel or adjacent parcels of land in the same ownership which are managed for occupancy by more than two mobile homes. The term does not include tourist facilities for travel trailers or campers.
“Owner” means the record owner of the property as shown in the real property records of the borough.
“Person” means any individual, or any business or non-business association recognized by law, whether or not organized for profit.
“Police response” means one or more police officers that respond to a call for assistance, a complaint, an emergency, a potential emergency, or a reasonable suspicion of unlawful activity witnessed by a police officer, and any response determined by a sergeant or higher ranking police officer to be related to activities on the property premises and reasonably preventable. The term “police response” does not include a response to:
1. Receipt of false information as defined in AS 11.56.800(a)(1), unless the false information was provided by an occupant or owner of the property;
2. A false alarm as defined in AS 11.56.800(a)(2) through (3), unless the false alarm was caused, permitted or allowed by an occupant or owner of the property in violation of AS 11.56.800(a)(2) through (3);
5. A medical emergency for serious bodily injury or death;
6. A call from the tenant or owner of commercial property used as a retail store for police assistance with:
a. Theft or attempted theft from the retailer, or
b. A report of the presence or identification of a person under state or federal warrant; or
7. A call from the tenant or owner of commercial property used as a licensed premises under authorization of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, for police assistance with law enforcement matters including:
a. A minor seeking unlawful admittance or service,
b. An inebriated person seeking admittance or service,
c. A report of the presence or identification of a person under state or federal warrant; or
d. An inebriated person preparing to operate a motor vehicle upon leaving the premises.
“Residential property” means an individual parcel, tract or lot shown on the most recent plat of record containing one or more dwelling units, or a mobile home. (Ord. 14-29 § 2, 2014)