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(a) Where permitted, shared driveways shall have a minimum paved width of 15 ft. when serving residential properties on two sides and a minimum paved width of 12 ft. when serving residential properties on one side only.
(b) Shared driveways shall be required in nonresidential subdivisions, except where other adequate provision is made for off-street loading and parking consistent with the use proposed. Where required, shared driveways shall have a minimum paved width of 18 ft.
(c) Dead end shared driveways shall be avoided if possible, but if unavoidable they shall be terminated with a paved turning area having a minimum depth of 35 ft. and a minimum width of 10 ft.
(d) Driveway intersections and sharp changes in alignment shall be avoided. Where necessary, corners shall be rounded or cut back sufficiently to permit safe vehicular circulation.
(e) Easements shall be provided as necessary for public utilities and shall have a minimum width of 10 ft. Easements shall be located on or be adjacent to rear or side lot lines.
(f) Where a subdivision is traversed by a watercourse, a drainage easement or right-of-way conforming substantially to the line of the watercourse and of a width adequate to preserve natural drainage shall be provided. Each drainage easement or right-of-way shall not be less than 25 ft. in width.
(g) Where a subdivision adjoins a park, watercourse, or other land use different from that on the proposed lots, the Commission may require a setback from that park, watercourse, or other land use for the protection of or separation of those land uses. Each setback shall be not less than 10 ft.