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(A) The lengths, widths and shapes of blocks shall be determined regarding:
(1) Provision of adequate building site suitable to the special needs of the type of use proposed;
(2) Zoning requirements as to lot sizes and dimensions;
(3) Needs for convenient access, circulation, control and safety of traffic; and
(4) Limitations of topography.
(B) Where no existing subdivision controls, the blocks shall not exceed 1,200 feet in length nor be less than 500 feet in length, except in certain instances where topographical features warrant special consideration. These limits shall be exceeded only upon specific approval by the city. Blocks longer than 600 feet shall be avoided in business districts.
(Ord. 459, passed 12-17-1985)