Where a development abuts or contains an existing or proposed arterial street, the Planning and Zoning Commission may recommend to the Village Board that access to said arterial street be limited by one of the following means:
   (A)   By subdividing lots so they back onto the arterial street and front onto a parallel local street (double frontage lots), coupled with the installation of screening in a reserve (access-restricting) strip along the rear lot lines of such lots;
   (B)   A series of cul-de-sacs, U-shaped streets or short loops entered from and generally at right angles to the arterial street, with the rear lot lines of the lots at the termini of such streets backing onto the arterial street; or
   (C)   A frontage road separated from the arterial street by a planting strip, but having access thereto at suitable points.
(1999 Code, § 34-5-11)  (Ord. 08/10/2010-1, passed 8-10-2010)