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ORDINANCE NO. 5217 <br />AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF ANAHEIM AMENDING <br />SECTIONS 17.28.0101 17.28.030, 17.28.050, <br />17.28.100, 17.28.130, 17.28.170 and 17.28.190 <br />OF CHAPTER 17.28 OF TITLE 17 OF THE ANAHEIM <br />MUNICIPAL CODE (FLOOD HAZARD REDUCTION) AND <br />AMENDING SECTIONS 18.90.020, 18.90.030 AND <br />18.90.050 OF CHAPTER 18.90 OF TITLE 18 OF THE <br />ANAHEIM MUNICIPAL CODE (FLOODPLAIN OVERLAY <br />ZONE) <br />THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ANAHEIM HEREBY ORDAINS <br />AS FOLLOWS: <br />SECTION 1. <br />That Subsection .060 of Section 17.28.010 of Chapter <br />17.28 of Title 18 of the Anaheim Municipal Code be, and the same is <br />hereby, amended to read as follows: <br />11.060 To help maintain a stable tax <br />base by providing for the sound use and <br />development of areas of a 'special flood <br />hazard' so as to minimize future flood blight <br />areas;" <br />SECTION 2. <br />That Subsection .040, .090, .160, .180, .190, .210, .220 <br />and .230 of Section 17.28.030 of Chapter 17.28 of Title 17 of the <br />Anaheim Municipal Code be, and the same are hereby, amended to read <br />as follows: <br />11.040 'Base flood' means the amount of <br />water generated from runoff of a storm and <br />having a one percent chance of being equaled or <br />exceeded in any given year (also called the <br />1100 -year flood')." <br />11.090 'Development' means any <br />man-made change to improved or unimproved real <br />estate including, but not limited to, buildings <br />or other structures, mining, dredging, filling, <br />grading, paving, excavation or drilling <br />operations, or storage of equipment or <br />materials located within the area of special <br />flood hazard." <br />".160 'Floodway' means the <br />channel of a river or other watercourse and the <br />adjacent land areas that must be reserved in <br />order to discharge the base flood without <br />cumulatively increasing the water surface <br />elevation more than one (1) foot (also referred <br />to as the 'Regulatory Floodway')." <br />