§ 154.028 LAYOUT.
   (A)   The arrangement, character, extent, width, grade, and location of all public streets shall be considered in their relation to existing or planned streets, to topographical conditions, to public convenience and safety, and their appropriate relation to the proposed use of the land to be served by such streets. Grades of public streets shall conform in general to the terrain and as closely as possible to the original topography.
   (B)   In the case of dead end public streets the Town Council may require the reservation of a 20-foot wide easement in the line of the public street on land under the control of the applicant to provide continuation of pedestrian traffic or utilities to another street.
   (C)   Reserve strips controlling access to public streets shall be prohibited except where the town has definite control of the reserve strips under conditions approved by the town.
   (D)   In front of areas designed for commercial use, or where a change of the character of the area which lends itself to commercial use, a public street right-of-way and/or pavement width shall be increased by such amount on each side as may be necessary to assure the free flow of through traffic without interference by parked or parking vehicles, and to provide adequate and safe parking space for such commercial or business district. In no case shall a public street in a commercial area or business district have a right-of-way width less than 60 feet nor have less than two 12-foot wide travel lanes and two eight-foot wide parking lanes.
   (E)   Adequate off-street loading space, suitably surfaced, shall be provided in connection with lots designed for commercial use.
   (F)   Minor public streets shall be so laid out that their use by through traffic will be a logical contemplated growth of the town.
(2011 Code, § 154.17) (Ord. 2007-02, passed 3-5-2007) Penalty, see § 10.99