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The following requirements shall be taken into consideration when submitting the preliminary plat:
(a) In addition to meeting all minimum standards identified in the City's Zoning Code, the size, shape and orientation of lots shall be appropriate for the location of the proposed subdivision and for the type of the development planned.
(b) Excessive depth in relation to width shall be avoided unless authorized by the Planning Commission. A proportion of not less than 2 to 1, nor more than 2-1/2 to 1 shall normally be considered as appropriate.
(c) Except where a Planned Unit Development is authorized by the Planning Commission, every lot shall abut on a publicly dedicated street or public access easement.
(d) Dual access on double frontage lots shall not be permitted.
(e) Side lot lines shall be approximately at right angles to the right-of-way line of the street on which the lot faces or radial to the curve.
(f) In order to minimize curb cuts and improve traffic safety, lots which front on arterial streets shall establish access from a side street or alleyway whenever feasible.
(g) For lots on a cul-de-sac, lot frontage shall be not less that 40 feet at the right-of-way line and not less than the minimum lot width required by the Zoning Code at the front yard minimum setback line and at the rear yard minimum setback line.
(Ord. 12-2002. Passed 7-2-02.)