§ 155.53  STREET IMPROVEMENTS.
   All streets within the subdivision or development projects shall be improved with a durable, hard-surfaced roadway. All pavement shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the State Department of Public Works and Buildings, Division of Highways, Manual of Design, including all supplements, and Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction, adopted 7-1-1976.
   (A)   Pavement design. The developer shall use the following minimum thicknesses for various pavement types and street classifications.
      (1)   Minor streets.
         (a)   Eight-inch aggregate base course type B (grade eight crushed stone), one and one-half inch bituminous concrete binder Class 1 and one-inch bituminous concrete surface course Class 1;
         (b)   Six-inch pozzolanic base course Type A, one and one-half inch bituminous concrete binder (wearing surface during construction) and one-inch bituminous concrete surface course Class 1;
         (c)   Six-inch bituminous concrete dense graded base course Class 1 and one and one-half inch bituminous concrete surface course Class 1;
         (d)   Six-inch portland cement concrete pavement with granular subbase.
      (2)   Secondary streets.
         (a)   Eleven-inch aggregate base course Type B (grade eight crushed stone), one and one-half inch bituminous concrete binder Class 1 and one and one-half inch bituminous concrete surface course Class 1;
         (b)   Six-inch pozzolanic base course Type A, one and one-half inch bituminous concrete binder (wearing surface during construction) and one-inch bituminous concrete surface course Class 1;
         (c)   Seven-inch bituminous concrete dense graded base course Class 1 and one and one-half inch bituminous concrete surface course Class 1; and
         (d)   Six-inch portland cement concrete pavement with granular subbase.
      (3)   Major streets.
         (a)   Fifteen-inch aggregate base course Type B (grade eight crushed stone), two-inch bituminous concrete binder Class 1 and one and one-half inch bituminous concrete surface course Class 1;
         (b)   Eight-inch pozzolanic base course Type A, one and one-half inch bituminous concrete binder, (wearing surface during construction) and one-inch bituminous concrete surface course Class 1;
         (c)   Nine-inch bituminous concrete dense graded base course Class 1 and one and one-half inch bituminous concrete surface course Class 1; and
         (d)   Seven-inch portland cement concrete pavement with granular subbase.
      (4)   Commercial and industrial streets.
         (a)   Fifteen-inch aggregate base course Type B (grade eight crushed stone), two-inch bituminous concrete binder Class 1 and one and one-half inch bituminous concrete surface course Class 1;
         (b)   Eight-inch pozzolanic base course Type A, one and one-half inch bituminous concrete binder (wearing surface during construction) and one-inch bituminous concrete surface course Class 1;
         (c)   Nine-inch bituminous concrete dense graded base course Class 1 and one and one-half inch bituminous concrete surface course Class 1; and
         (d)   Seven-inch portland cement concrete pavement with granular subbase.
   (B)   Driveways. All residential lots less than one acre shall have a paved driveway between the street and sidewalk or property line. The drives shall be constructed in accordance with the State Standard Specifications and the Village Minimum Standard Construction Detail Sheet. Drives shall extend to the garage or to a point adequate to provide acceptable off-street parking.
   (C)   Street lights.
      (1)   All subdivisions shall be adequately lighted with street lights or by a combination of individual gas lights and street lights. Street lights shall be constructed as shown on the Village Minimum Standard Construction Detail Sheet.
      (2)   All poles shall be aluminum mast arms.
      (3)   All electrical cables shall be buried.
      (4)   The system shall be complete with automatic photoelectric control system.
   (D)   Street signs. Appropriate street name signs shall be erected at each street intersection within the subdivision. Street signs shall be in accordance with the Village Minimum Standard Construction Detail Sheet.
   (E)   Trees and landscaping.
      (1)   All parkways within the dedicated street areas or public areas shall be graded and covered with a minimum of four inches of topsoil and seeded.
      (2)   Parkway trees shall be planted along all streets where trees do not exist. Trees shall be planted every 50 feet or one per lot with two minimum on corner lots and a minimum of 25 feet from the corner. Trees shall be a minimum of two inches measured 12 inches above the ground.
      (3)   The following trees are acceptable to the village for the planting:
         (a)   Red or Pin Oak;
         (b)   Hard Maple;
         (c)   American or European Linden;
         (d)   Sycamore;
         (e)   Thornless Honey;
         (f)   Locust;
         (g)   Colunar Maple; and
         (h)   Hackberry American Ash.
(Prior Code, § 9C-3D-4)  (Ord. 682, passed 2-16-1978)