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(A) Yard lights.
(1) (a) The developer or each lot owner shall, upon occupancy of a lot, furnish, install, and maintain a gas or electric post lantern within ten feet of the intersection of their driveway and the street right-of-way.
(b) The post lantern shall project light of not less than 1,600 lumens and not more than 4,000 lumens and shall project light outward into the public right-of-way so as to provide light for the public using the right-of-way.
(c) The post lantern shall be automatically illuminated during the period beginning with sundown and ending with sunrise each day.
(2) The developer or each lot owner shall display the house number for the street address in a place visible from the street, lit by their post lantern. The house number shall be sufficient size and clarity to be recognizable by police or other emergency personnel.
(3) These requirements shall be included in the covenants of each new subdivision.
(B) Street lights.
(1) The subdivider shall provide a street light at every intersection or T-intersection, at the end of every cul-de-sac, and, if the distance between intersections exceeds 350 feet, one light half way between intersections.
(2) Street lights shall be affixed to wood, concrete, or metal poles.
(3) Schedule 40 PVC pipe conduits, minimum of one and one-half inches in diameter, shall be installed beneath all driveways, pavements, walks, and in all other areas where buried electrical wires for street lights may be installed.
(4) (a) Street lights shall be HPS (high pressure sodium), 100 watts, and mounted approximately 25 feet above the street.
(b) Construction of the street lights shall meet the requirements of the power company.
(c) Locations of all lights shall be reviewed by the Plan Commission and the power company.
(5) Subdivider shall be responsible for contacts with the power company, payment of the initial costs of the lights, and payment of all costs for operation and maintenance of the lights until such time as the subdivision is accepted by the village. At that time, the village will take over the maintenance costs of the street lights.
(Ord. 97-7, passed 7-1-1997, § 5.21)