(a)   Streets shall intersect as nearly at right angles as possible.
   (b)   Adequate corner clearance shall be provided, and no fence or shrubbery over three feet high shall be located so as to cause a traffic hazard.
   (c)   Property line corners shall be rounded with a curve (or cut with a straight line) on an arc approximately concentric with the radius of the curb or edge of the pavement, the minimum radius of which shall be ten feet on major and secondary thoroughfares and in business districts.
   (d)   Street curbs or edges of street pavements shall be rounded by radii of at least twenty feet.
   (e)   The minimum radii in subsections (c) and (d) hereof shall be increased when the smallest angle is less than sixty degrees, or in any case where the Planning Commission considers it necessary.
   (f)   Reverse curves in a curb line or edge of a street pavement shall be separated by a tangent of suitable length.
   (g)   Jogs shall not be made at intersections.
   (Ord. 1966-45.  Passed 5-12-66.)