Sec. 9-3.940.  Street rights-of-way.
   Except as otherwise provided in this section, all rights-of-way for public streets, pedestrian and bicycle paths and walks shown on the final map or parcel map, and all rights of access to and from residential lots of the proposed subdivision abutting on controlled access roads shall be offered free and clear of any prior easement or right-of-way for dedication.  The rights of direct access to and from lots or parcels abutting on controlled access roads and streets or public rights-of-way shall be waived or dedicated.  The City Engineer may approve an offer for dedication wherein certain easements remain prior, in whole or part, to the rights-of-way being offered to the City.  However, such approval shall be given only when unusual circumstances warrant, and the easements which remain prior do not substantially interfere with the proper use of the rights-of-way being offered to the City.
(Ord. 744-NS, eff. April 17, 1980)