For the purpose of this chapter, the following terms, phrases, words and their derivations shall have the meanings given herein:
ACCOMMODATION UNIT: Has the same meaning as set forth in section 4-6-1 of this Code.
ADMINISTRATIVE LICENSE: A license issued by the finance director pursuant to section 4-1-8-2 of this chapter.
APPLICANT: A person who has made an application for the initial issuance or renewal of an annual business and occupational license under the provisions of this chapter.
BUSINESS: The word "business" shall include all kinds of vocations, occupations, professions, enterprises, establishments, and all other kinds of activities and matters, together with all devices, machines, vehicles and appurtenances used therein, any of which are conducted for profit, gain, or benefit, either directly or indirectly, on any premises in the town.
BUSINESS DAY: Has the meaning provided in section 9-1-5 of this Code.
ECONOMIC NEXUS: Has the meaning provided in section 3-1-2 of this Code.
EMPLOYEE: Any person receiving compensation from a business licensee subject only to the following: any person who works twenty (20) hours or more per week is considered a full time employee. Any combination of persons who together work twenty (20) hours or more per week are counted as one full time employee for each increment of twenty (20) hours, or fraction thereof, worked per week. An employee includes an owner, manager, partner, associate or proprietor who works for and receives compensation from his/her business and, further, includes commissioned agents.
FINANCE DIRECTOR: The finance director of the town of Breckenridge, or his or her designee acting pursuant to section 1-7-2 of this Code.
HEARING OFFICER: The town manager of the town of Breckenridge, or his or her designee acting pursuant to section 1-7-2 of this Code.
A. Any business legally operated from a residential structure in a residential district within the town; or
B. A primary caregiver who cultivates marijuana within the town for a patient in the primary residence of either the patient or primary caregiver.
IN-TOWN BUSINESS: Any business operated from a fixed location within the town. "In-town business" does not include in-home occupations.
LICENSE: A license issued by the finance director pursuant to this chapter.
LICENSED PREMISES: A premises for which a license has been issued by the finance director pursuant to this chapter.
LICENSEE: A person to whom a license has been issued by the finance director pursuant to this chapter.
LODGE: Any premises consisting of multiple rental rooms or units all held in common ownership, which shall include hotels, motels, and boarding houses. A lodge is not a property that was designed for the purposes of generally housing members of a single household, such as a single-family residence, duplex, townhome, apartment building and condominium unit.
LONG-TERM RENTALS: Lease of premises to a person for a term in excess of thirty (30) consecutive days.
PERSON: Includes individuals, firms, partnerships, joint ventures, societies, associations, clubs, trustees, trusts, or corporations, or any officers, agents, employees, factors, or any types of personal representatives of any other person, under either personal appointment or pursuant to law.
PREMISES: Includes all lands, structures, places, and also the equipment and appurtenances connected or used therewith, in any business, and also any personal property which is either affixed to, or is otherwise used in connection with, any business on such premises.
PRIMARY RESIDENCE: The place in which a person's habitation is fixed for the term of the license and is the person's usual place of return. A person can have only one (1) primary residence.
RETAILER: Has the meaning provided in section 3-1-2 of this Code.
VENDOR: Any person conducting business within the town without a permanent operating location.
A. SEASONAL VENDOR: A vendor doing business within the town for between fourteen (14) days and four (4) months during each calendar year.
B. REGULAR VENDOR: A vendor doing business within the town in excess of four (4) months each calendar year. (Ord. 38, Series 1986; amd. Ord. 12, Series 1988; Ord. 22, Series 1990; Ord. 33, Series 1996; Ord. 31, Series 2002; Ord. 34, Series 2002; Ord. 26, Series 2013; Ord. 38, Series 2015; Ord. 4, Series 2017; Ord. 19, Series 2017; Ord. 19, Series 2018; Ord. 30, Series 2019; Ord. 34, Series 2020; Ord. 4, Series 2021; Ord. 5, Series 2021; Ord. 29, Series 2021; Ord. 35, Series 2021; Ord. 29, Series 2022)