§ 153.021 LOTS.
   (A)   Generally. The lot size, width, depth, shape, orientation and minimum building setback lines shall be appropriate for the locations of the subdivision and for the type of development and use contemplated.
   (B)   Lot dimensions. Lot dimensions shall conform to the requirements of the zoning code. Lots abutting major and collector streets shall exceed the minimum depth requirements where necessary to increase the safety and privacy thereon.
   (C)   Corner lots. Corner lots for residential use shall have extra width to permit appropriate building setback from and orientation to both streets.
   (D)   Access. The subdividing of the land shall be such as to provide each lot by means of a public street, with satisfactory access to an existing public street.
   (E)   Double frontage. Double frontage lots should be avoided, except where essential to provide separation of residential development from traffic arteries, or to overcome specific disadvantages of topography and orientation. A planting screen easement of at least ten feet shall be provided along the line of lots abutting such traffic artery or other disadvantageous use. There shall be no right of access across such easement.
   (F)   Side lot lines. Side lot lines shall be substantially at right angles or radial to street lines.
('65 Code, § 1379.07) Penalty, see § 153.999