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(A) Open spaces should be integrated into and throughout subdivisions, should be connected with one another and with open spaces in adjacent developments, and should include trails that connect to pedestrian routes in the subdivision and to regional trail systems.
(B) Open spaces anticipated for use as active or developed parks should be located on relatively flat, well-drained terrain.
(C) Open spaces not anticipated for use as active or developed parks should be located on prominent high points with significant views, or along significant and interesting geological features or wooded areas or along significant drainages.
(D) Open spaces that are anticipated to serve as trail corridors (pedestrian, bicycle or equestrian) should be continuous with anticipated trail corridors on adjacent properties.
(Ord. passed 7-8-1970; Res. 09-167, passed 6-18-2009)