(A)   Streets must be laid out to intersect as nearly as possible at right angles.
   (B)   Proposed new intersections along one side of an existing street should line up with existing intersections on the opposite side of the street. Street jogs with centerline offsets of less than 125 feet are prohibited.
   (C)   Intersections and driveways must be designed to comply with the vision clearance requirements of § 8.5-6 of the County Zoning Ordinance and all applicable requirements of the Road District Commissioner.
The “vision clearance” requirements of the County Zoning Ordinance state that “at the intersection of roads or at the point of ingress and egress onto roads, no structure, parked vehicle or plant material shall obstruct a clear path of motor vehicle drivers’ vision of approaching vehicles within a triangular square determined by a diagonal line connecting two points measured 75 feet equidistant from the point of intersection with the center lines of the roads and the points of ingress and egress”.
   (D)   Where any street intersection will involve embankments or existing vegetation inside any lot corner that would create a traffic hazard by limiting visibility, the developer must cut or remove the ground and/or vegetation (including trees) in connection with the grading of the public right-of-way to the extent deemed necessary to provide adequate sight distance.
(Ord. passed 7-8-1970; Res. 09-167, passed 6-18-2009)