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(A) Blocks shall have sufficient width to provide for two tiers of lots of appropriate depth, unless, in the opinion of the Planning Commission, this is prevented by exceptional topography or other physical conditions.
(B) The lengths of blocks shall be such as are appropriate, in the opinion of the Planning Commission, for the locality and the type of development contemplated, but shall not exceed 1800 feet where the average size of lots does not exceed one acre in area.
(C) In any block over 900 feet in length, the Planning Commission may require that a pedestrian way, not less than ten feet wide, be provided near the center and entirely across the block.
('83 Code, § 156.39) (Ord. 27-1960, passed 7-12-60) Penalty, see § 154.99