§ 91.08  MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR PAVEMENT.
   Rights-of-way shall be graded their full width and after paving left in a neat and workmanlike manner. Minimum standards acceptable for pavement are as follows:
   (A)   Five-inches thick reinforced concrete pavement, with a compressive strength not less than 2,500 psi in 28 days and a cement content of not less than four and three-quarter sacks per cubic yard with six inches integral curbs;
   (B)   Four-inches thick hot mix asphaltic concrete laid on a six-inch lime stabilized subbased with separate curb and gutter. Curb to be 12 inches high from subbase with gutter 18 inches wide from back of curb. Curb and gutter to be reinforced concrete pavement with a compressive strength of not less than 2,500 psi in 28 days; and
   (C)   Two inches hot mix asphaltic concrete laid on five inches rock base to be approved by the city’s engineer; it shall be rolled and compacted to 90% density at optimum moisture content with separate curb and gutter. Curb to be 12 inches high from subbase with gutter 18 inches wide from back of curb. Curb and gutter to be reinforced concrete pavement with a compressive strength of not less than 2,500 psi in 28 days.
(2005 Code, § 3-1-8)  (Ord. 28, passed 1-8-1970)