§ 100.01  PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS FOR EXISTING STREETS.
   (A)   It shall be the policy of the Town to pave all streets which are maintained by the Town that have adequate right-of-way available to meet Town standards or are accepted for maintenance in the future with the cost of paving being borne entirely by the Town. This policy does not apply to streets covered by the Town's subdivision regulations or §§ 100.20 through 100.27.
   (B)   It shall also be the policy of the Town to install curb and gutter and storm drainage on all streets of the Town where those facilities are needed for the proper maintenance of the street and control of storm water.
   (C)   Upon the finding by the Town Council that the installation of curb and gutter and storm drainage is necessary on an existing paved street or in connection with the paving of an unpaved street, the Town Council may order the installation of the curb and gutter and storm drainage system with ½ the cost of these facilities being assessed against the abutting property owners in accordance with the provisions of G.S. Ch. 160A, Art. 10.
   (D)   The Town shall determine the priority of streets for improvement except where a valid petition is received in compliance with G.S. Ch. 160A, Art. 10 from the property owners on a street. In that case, any street shall be given first priority. In cases where more than 1 valid petition is received, priority shall be determined by the date the petition was received by the Town.
(1989 Code, § 100.01)  (Ord. passed 10-14-1975)