§ 152.26  LOTS.
   (A)   The minimum lot area, lot width and lot depths shall conform to the requirements of existing zoning districts in which the plat is situated as required by Ch. 154 of this code of ordinances. Those plats within the two-mile jurisdiction of this chapter, but governed by the county’s Zoning Ordinance, shall meet the lot requirements of the county’s Zoning Ordinance.
   (B)   Corner lots for residential use shall have additional width to permit appropriate building setback from both roads as required by Ch. 154 of this code of ordinances.
   (C)   Side lines of lots shall be approximately at right angles to road or street lines or radial to curved road or street lines.
   (D)   Double frontage lots shall be avoided, except where lots back on a highway or other arterial road, or where topographic or other conditions render subdividing otherwise unreasonable. The double frontage lots shall have an additional depth of at least ten feet in order to allow space for screen planting along the back lot line.
   (E)   Every lot must have the minimum required frontage on a public dedicated road or street other than an alley.
   (F)   (1)   Setback or building lines shall be shown on all lots intended for residential use and shall not be less than the setback required by Ch. 154 of this code of ordinances.
      (2)   On those lots which are intended for business or industrial use, the setback shall not be less than the setback required by Ch. 154 of this code of ordinances.
(Prior Code, § 12.10)  (Ord. 180, New Series, effective 1-19-1979)