Telecommuting: A work arrangement in which an employee uses technology to perform assigned duties at home or at another site away from the traditional work site during some or all of regularly scheduled work hours, reducing or eliminating the employee’s commute or travel to and from the traditional work site.
Ten-Year Storm: The surface runoff resulting from a rainfall of an intensity expected to be equaled or exceeded, on the average, once in ten years, and of a duration which will produce the maximum peak rate of runoff, for the watershed of interest, under average antecedent wetness conditions.
Thoroughfare, Major: Major streets, excluding freeways, expressways, and boulevards, that provide for the expeditious movement of large volumes of traffic within and through the urban area. These facilities are identified and further described on the adopted Comprehensive Transportation Plan, as amended.
Thoroughfare, Minor: Streets that perform the function of collecting traffic from local access streets and carrying it to the major thoroughfare system. Such streets can be used to supplement the major thoroughfare system by facilitating minor through movements and can also serve abutting property. They are identified and further described on the adopted Comprehensive Transportation Plan, as amended.
Townhome: See “Townhouse.”
Townhouse: A building made up of three or more attached dwelling units (except when otherwise allowed) where each unit is on an individual lot and the units are lined up in a row and share side walls.
Tract: Contiguous land under one ownership or under multiple ownership either developed as a single unit or recorded as a single unit.
Transfer Station: A facility where waste materials from residences, commercial and industrial establishments are transferred to vehicles which will take the materials to a landfill or other disposal site.
Tree Protection Zone : The permeable land area around the base of a tree in which disturbances are prohibited in order to protect the roots of a tree and aid the trees survival. Tree protection zones are measured as the greater of:
A. Six-foot radius around the tree; or
B. One-foot radius for every inch of dbh.
Twenty-Five Year Storm: The surface runoff resulting from a rainfall of an intensity expected to be equaled or exceeded, on the average, once in 25 years, and of a duration which will produce the maximum peak rate of runoff, from the watershed of interest under average antecedent wetness conditions.