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(A) General. Street lighting shall be designed in accordance with the requirements of the "American National Standard Practice for Roadway Lighting," latest edition.
(B) Material. All materials shall meet the requirements of the appropriate IES NEMA standards, and shall be approved by the Underwriters Laboratory.
(C) Equipment. Street lights shall be of the type and variety as provided by the local electric power company, their equivalent, or better, and be subject to approval by the Village Engineer. Within residential areas, street lights shall consist primarily of an aluminum standard with contemporary post top luminaire, and shall have a luminaire mounting height of 16 feet above grade. In cases where a mastarm and a horizontal burning luminaire are used, the maximum luminaire height shall be 25 feet above grade.
(D) Construction and wiring. All work shall conform to the applicable sections of the National Electric Code, as adopted by the village. All underground wiring shall be polyethylene uniduct, or shall be installed in conduit of two inch minimum.
(E) Service. The developer/subdivider shall arrange with the local electric power company for electric service, and shall bear the expense of any charge by the electric power company to furnish the service connection. The location of any service connection and the control equipment shall be shown on the drawing.
(F) Design. All developments/subdivisions shall be designed so that street lights are provided in locations and in a manner as to do and accomplish the following:
(1) Provide a street light at every cross or "T" intersection and at the end of every cul-de-sac or eyebrow on local streets.
(2) Provide additional street lights as may be necessary so that street lights are not more than 350 feet apart.
(G) Right-of-way dedication. All street lights shall be installed in public easements or dedicated public rights-of-way. Easements and rights-of-way shall be of sufficient width, and the street lights shall be installed in such locations therein, that will not reasonably interfere with other public utilities.
(Ord. 2313-95, passed 2-1-95; Am. Ord. 12-1014, passed 11-7-12)