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(A) A minor access is one which serves property abutting a county highway, has an anticipated normal daily two-way traffic volume (total number of entrance and exit trips by vehicles using the access) of no more than 50 trips, as estimated utilizing the latest edition of the Institute of Transportation Engineers Trip Generation Manual, and has no regular use by vehicles or vehicle combinations of three axles or more (personal recreational vehicles excluded).
(B) Examples of land-uses served by a minor access can include, but is not limited to, a small residential community (e.g., two to four houses), an apartment complex with eight or fewer units, or an office building with less than 3,000 gross square feet.
(Ord. 19-1061, passed 7-9-2019)