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All streets shall be paved with Portland cement concrete with integral curbs. The concrete shall be made with air-entraining type cement or an air-entraining agent shall be added. All concrete shall conform to "Class C" requirements as described in the Ohio Department of Transportation specification. Concrete shall be placed, finished and cured in accordance with the latest Ohio Department of Transportation specifications. Concrete pavement shall be not less than eight inches thick and with a minimum four-inch aggregate sub-base. If underdrains are used, the aggregate sub-base shall be a two-inch depth. Sub-base shall be ODOT Item 304 limestone, or as set forth in the current State of Ohio Department of Transportation Construction and Materials Specifications. Pavement widths shall be 27 feet from back of curb to back of curb on public streets and a minimum of 22 feet on private residential streets.
Contraction, expansion and construction joints shall be provided at intervals as required and shall be properly sealed after construction. The pavement shall be constructed to established grades with an adequate radius at each corner and proper slope to all drainage structures. Test cylinders will be made and the costs of all tests shall be borne by the developer.
(Ord. 52-99. Passed 3-22-99; Ord. 187-02. Passed 9-23-02.)