§ 154.095  GENERAL.
   (A)   The following land subdivision principles, standards, and requirements shall be applied by the Commission in evaluating the plans for proposed subdivisions and shall be considered minimum requirements.
   (B)   Land shall be suited for the purpose for which it is to be subdivided. Land subject to hazards of life, health and safety shall not be subdivided until such hazards have been removed.
   (C)   In reviewing subdivision plans, the Commission will consider the adequacy of existing or proposed community facilities to serve the additional dwelling units proposed by the subdivision.  A reservation of land for community facilities may be requested when appropriate.
   (D)   The subdividing of land shall be done in a manner that will not have the effect of debarring adjacent property owners from access to the street and ways of the allotment.  The Commission may require dedicated, improved or undedicated parcels to be provided for future access to adjacent land.
(Ord. 1286, passed 6-7-1982)