§ 17.47  DEFINING CIRCLES.
   (a)   All cul-de-sacs or short dead-end streets shall be designated as “Circle.” The proper name shall be the same as the street, avenue, drive or road from which the cul-de-sac originates, insofar as is practicable, or by such localizing description as might be suggested by the subdivision or by physical location.
   (b)   Any irregular street which starts on a common point on another street, avenue, drive or road and reverses itself to reenter at the same point shall be designated as “Circle.” The naming shall be determined by such localizing description as might be suggested by the subdivision or by physical location.
(1958 Code, § 21.12)  (Added by Ord. 104, passed 4-1-1957; repealed and new Article added by Ord. 129, passed 1-27-1958)