§ 151.39 LOTS.
   (A)   Size, shape and orientation generally. The size, shape and orientation of lots shall be appropriate for the location of the proposed subdivision and for the type of development contemplated, and shall conform with the provisions of the Zoning Code, unless stipulated otherwise, in this chapter.
   (B)   Depth generally. Excessive depth in relation to width shall be avoided. A proportion of two to one normally shall be considered a maximum.
   (C)   Access. Every lot shall abut on a street.
   (D)   Width generally. Lots for residence purposes shall be at least 50 feet wide at the building line in order to permit compliance with the side yard requirements of the Zoning Code.
   (E)   Double frontage. Double frontage lots shall not be platted, except as provided in § 151.15.
   (F)   Side lot lines. Side lot lines shall be approximately at right angles to the right-of-way line of the street on which the lot abuts.
   (G)   Width of corner lots. Corner lots for residential use shall be platted wider than interior lots in order to permit conformance with the setback on the side street required by the Zoning Code.
   (H)   Minimum size. The minimum lot size shall be as provided in the Zoning Code.
   (I)   Depth of lots on arterial streets. Residential lots fronting or abutting on arterial streets should have a minimum depth of 150 feet to permit buildings to be set back greater than minimum distance from such trafficways.
   (J)   Width or depth of lots on watercourses, etc. Lots abutting upon a watercourse, drainage way, channel or stream shall be of such additional depth or width as required to provide an acceptable building site, whose edge shall be the same as the easement dedicated for such watercourse.
('74 Code, § 14-18) (Ord. passed 11-25-67) Penalty, see § 10.99