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Section 1205.11    District 8: Industrial/Business Park and Hike Bike Senior Housing Overlay Zone

  1. Purpose
    District 8 contains the bulk of prime, potential commercial development areas in the
    City of Hudson, and is intended to provide sites to accommodate the majority of
    future job growth in the community. The District enjoys good access to both rail and
    key arterial highways, and will be the focus of several significant interchange
    improvements. Accordingly, permitted uses encourage the development of largescale
    office, industrial, and business parks. Only clean manufacturing and other
    industrial uses are permitted; industries that produce significant quantities of
    hazardous substances are specifically prohibited.

    Only to the extent necessary to serve employers and employees in the District or only
    as an accessory use to a principal office or industrial use, retail and services are
    permitted. The District also contains significant sensitive environmental areas, in
    particular wetlands, floodplains, and waterways. The District regulations thus
    require all new development to be sited in consideration of such environmental areas
    and, to the maximum extent feasible, to leave such areas as natural, open spaces.
    District 8: Hike Bike (HB) Senior Housing Overlay Zone begins at Section
    1205.11(f).

  2. Uses By-Right
    1. Commercial/Retail:
      1. Adult businesses, subject to Section 1207.19(a).
      2. Banks or other financial institutions, subject to the conditions set
        forth in subsection (d) below.
      3. Medical clinics.
      4. Office business parks.
      5. Offices, business or professional, not located in a business park.
      6. Recording, radio, or television studios.
      7. Restaurant, subject to the conditions set forth in subsection (d) below.
      8. Retail uses, subject to the conditions set forth in subsection (d)
        below.
      9. Services, business, personal or repair, subject to the conditions set
        forth in subsection (d) below.
      10. Showrooms and salesrooms for wholesale distribution.
      11. Wholesale trade.

    2. Industrial Uses (Subject to the performance standards set forth in Section
      1207.10 of this Code):
      1. Industrial business parks.
      2. Industrial uses light
      3. Research laboratories, including but not limited to:
        1. Theoretical and applied research in all the sciences;
        2. Product development and testing;
        3. Product engineering development; or
        4. Market development.
      4. Resource recovery operations conducted entirely within an enclosed
        structure.
      5. Warehousing, distribution, and/or storage.
      6. Workshops and custom small industry uses.

    3. Institutional/Civic/Public Uses:
      1. Essential public utility and public services installations, including but
        not limited to bus shelters and bus stops, but not including power
        generating stations, or transfer stations.
      2. Public park or recreation areas, including multipurpose trails.
      3. Public recreational facilities, indoor or outdoor.

    4. Planned Developments:
      1. Commercial planned development, subject to the standards and
        procedures set forth in Sections 1203.04 and 1204.02 of this Code.
      2. Industrial planned developments, subject to the standards and
        procedures set forth in Sections 1203.04 and 1204.02 of this Code.

    5. Accessory Uses:
      1. Storage of goods, non-hazardous materials and equipment is
        permitted in the side and rear yard. Storage shall be screened from
        view on the front by Bufferyard B and shall be screened from view of
        the side lot lines by Bufferyard A as described in Section 1207.04(g).
      2. See Section 1206.03, "Accessory Uses."

  3. Conditional Uses
    The following uses shall be conditionally permitted in District 8 subject to meeting
    all applicable requirements set forth in this section and Section 1206.02, "Conditional
    Uses."
    1. Residential Uses:
      1. Assisted Living

    2. Commercial/Retail Uses:
      1. Assembly and meeting halls, provided that such use 
        of a structure shall not exceed 16,000 square feet of gross floor
        area.  The gross floor area requirement shall not be subject to a
        variance by the Board of Zoning and Building Appeals.
      2. Automobile repair and services, but not including automobile
        wrecking or salvage, provided any accessory retail sales use shall not
        exceed 2,500 square feet in gross floor area.
      3. Commercial nurseries.
      4. Commercial operations that involve operation, parking, and
        maintenance of vehicles, cleaning of equipment, or work processes
        involving solvents, transfer stations, storage of goods, including self
        storage.
      5. Day care centers, child or adult.
      6. Lodging
      7. Recreational or sports training facilities, commercial.
      8. Vehicle and equipment rentals.
      9. Vehicle repair/services.
      10. Wireless Telecommunication Facilities, including towers as regulated
        by the requirements of Section 1207.15.

    3. Industrial Uses:
      1. Industrial use, heavy
      2. Recreational vehicle, boat, or truck storage.

    4. Institutional/Civic/Public Uses:
      1. Continuing Care Retirement Community
      2. Convention or conference center.
      3. Government facilities, offices, and services.
      4. Hospitals, including heliports as an accessory use.
      5. Institutional residential for the handicapped or elderly.
      6. Public safety and emergency services, including but not limited to
        police or fire stations, emergency medical service facilities, or similar
        uses.

    5. Agricultural Uses
      1. General Agricultural Operations.

    6. Accessory Uses:
      1. Oil and Gas Exploration and Extraction of lots of at least 20 acres in
        size under single ownership.
      2. See Section 1206.03, "Accessory Uses."

  4. Special Conditions
    1. Commercial and retail uses permitted by right or conditionally and that
      reference this subsection, whether the use is one or more than on business establishment, shall be permitted in Districts 6 and 8 only if one of the following conditions is met:
      1. The commercial or retail activity is part of a Planned Development
        and the total commercial or retail uses does not exceed 10,000 gross square feet in any one building and the total commercial and/or retail uses does not exceed 40,000 gross square feet within any Planned
        Development; or
      2. The total commercial or retail uses does not exceed the lesser of 10,000 gross square feet or 25% of the gross floor area of any one building used or designed for office or industrial uses and does not exceed 40,000 gross square feet of the existing combined building gross floor area on the same parcel; or
      3. Commercial or retail uses may occupy a building separate from an office or industrially-used building, provided there exists at least 30,000 gross square feet of building space used or designed for office or industrial use on the same parcel. The total commercial or retail uses shall not exceed 25% of the gross floor area of the total building gross floor area on the parcel, and shall not exceed a total of 40,000 gross square feet on the same parcel.

  5. Property Development/Design Standards
    In addition to compliance with all applicable standards set forth in Chapter 1207 "Zoning Development and Site Plan standards," including but not limited to Section 1207.18, AZoning Development and Site Plan Standards for Districts 6 and 8,” development in District 8 shall comply with all of the following development/design standards (all standards are minimum unless otherwise noted).

    1. Maximum Floor Area to Lot Area Ratio:
      1. Office Uses:
        1. Stand-Alone: .40 to 1.0
        2. As Part of a Business Park: 1.0 to 1.0
      2. Industrial and Warehouse Uses:
        1. Stand-Alone: .40 to 1.0
        2. As Part of a Business Park: 1.0 to 1.0
      3. Mixed Office and Industrial Uses: 1.0 to 1.0

    2. Minimum Parcel Size:
      1. Office Uses: 2 acres.
      2. Office or Industrial Park: 5 acres.
      3. Industrial Uses: 2 acres.

    3. Setbacks: Setbacks in District 8 shall be:
      Determined on Case-by-Case Basis. Because of the pervasiveness of
      sensitive environmental areas within District 8, building setbacks and yard
      requirements for development shall be determined on a case-by-case basis by
      the Planning Commission or City Manager in cases of administrative review,
      either during the subdivision approval process or during the site plan
      approval process. All determinations of setbacks and yard requirements shall
      use as a starting point the setbacks set forth in paragraphs (B)-(C) below,
      which may be modified pursuant to the criteria set forth in Section
      1207.18.(B)(3). The determination shall also be based on setbacks of
      existing buildings on adjacent lots and parcels and protection of any adjacent
      residential uses.
      1. Minimum front yard setbacks: 50 feet for principal and accessory
        buildings; and 25 feet for parking areas/lots.
      2. Minimum side and rear yard setbacks: 25 feet.
      3. Setbacks from Adjacent Residential Uses other than the Hike Bike
        (HB) Senior Housing Overlay Zone: Notwithstanding the provisions
        above:
        1. all buildings and structures, shall be located at least onehundred
          (100) feet from the lot line of any adjacent
          residentially zoned property.
        2. all materials, and vehicles, whether such vehicle is parked or
          stored, shall be located at least fifty (50) feet from the lot line
          of any adjacent residentially zoned property.
        3. all buildings and structures shall be located at least fifty (50)
          feet from the lot line of any adjacent residentially used
          property.
        4. all materials, and vehicles, whether such vehicle is parked or
          stored, shall be located at least twenty-five (25) feet from the
          lot line of any adjacent residentially used property
        5. the minimum setbacks of subsections (A), (B), and (C) shall
          apply within District 8 proper and its permitted uses including
          office and industrial uses adjacent to all property within the
          Hike Bike Senior Housing Overlay Zone.
      4. (E) Bufferyards Adjacent to Hike Bike Senior Housing Overlay Zone:
        Any permitted use developed in District 8 proper adjacent to property
        located with the Overlay shall not be required to install a Bufferyard
        more intense than Bufferyard “B”.

    4. Maximum Structure Height:
      1. Wireless Telecommunication Towers: less than 200 feet
        Wireless Telecommunication Equipment Shelter: 15 feet
      2. All other uses: 50 feet.
    5. Architecture and Design Standards.
      All uses in District 8 shall comply with the design standards set
      forth in Section 1207.18 of this Code. All other uses shall comply with the Architectural Design Standards.

    6. Vehicular Access/Driveway Curb Cuts:
      1. All development shall comply with the standards and requirements
        set forth in any adopted comprehensive access management plans for
        the State Route 91 corridor.
      2. Driveway curb cuts. To the maximum extent feasible, the number of
        curb cuts shall be minimized by consolidation, shared driveways, or
        other means. See Section 1207.18(f) regarding restrictions on curb
        cuts to arterial and collector streets.

    7. Location of Parking: Off-street parking should be located at the rear or
      side of buildings. Parking may be located in the building front yard if
      limited to 25% of the required off-street parking, or a one aisle parking bay
      across the front of the building. There is no maximum amount of parking
      in the building front yard if the parking is screened with trees and/or
      mounding in addition to parking lot perimeter landscaping.

    8. Loading Areas. Loading docks and other loading areas may be sited at the
      rear or to the side of buildings, provided that such areas are screened in
      compliance with Section 1207.18 of this Code.

    9. Pedestrian Amenities/Linkages:
      1. Sidewalks:
        1. Sidewalks or paved paths at least five (5) feet wide shall be
          provided on one side of an abutting public street, except on
          Darrow Road where they shall be provided on both sides of
          the street.
        2. Sidewalks at least five (5) feet wide shall be provided along
          the full length of a building facade that features a customer
          entrance and along any building facade abutting a public
          parking area.
        3. All internal pedestrian walkways shall be designed to be
          visually attractive and distinguishable from driving surfaces
          through use of durable, low-maintenance surface materials
          such as pavers, brick, or scored concrete to enhance
          pedestrian safety and comfort.
        4. The Planning Commission, based upon site specific
          circumstances including but not limited to, topography, storm
          water management, and effect on utility systems may waive
          these requirements.
      2. Compliance with Access Management Plan: As applicable, all
        development with frontage on State Route 91 shall comply with the
        pedestrian access standards and requirements set forth in any adopted
        comprehensive access management plans for the State Route 91
        corridor.
      3. Linkages: To the maximum extent feasible, provision shall be made
        in the design of developments for connections with existing or future
        pedestrian systems on adjoining properties, including but not limited
        to connections to existing or planned future sidewalks, bikeways,
        walkways, or trail systems.

  6. Hike Bike (HB) Senior Housing Overlay Zoning District 8
    1. Purpose of Overlay Zone
      This overlay zone within District 8 recognizes the unique presence of the
      Metro Parks Hike and Bike (HB) Trail as a geographic feature and
      community Amenity. The overlay zone is intended to house residents age 55
      and over providing smaller yards for convenience and ease of maintenance
      within a larger subdivision that will maximize connections to the Hike and
      Bike Trail. All portions of the overlay zone are within 1,100 feet, less than
      one-quarter mile from the Hike and Bike Trail. This housing will assist the
      goal of providing diversity in housing options in the city with proximity to
      centers of employment and health/wellness with a variety of housing types
      and lot sizes. Adjacent District 9 and amenity retail allowed within the
      overlay zone offers a proximity of current and future facilities and services
      which especially benefit active adult seniors. It recognizes a community
      planning trend away from the isolation of uses given the changing nature of
      “Industrial” and the desire for Mixed and adjacent uses, such as housing,
      retail and offices. There is a specific intention to not offer a residential
      environment protected from the effects of usual and customary commercial
      and industrial business activity. Non-vehicular circulation is given a high
      priority and potential traffic impacts will be mitigated through
      implementation of the State Rt. 91 Traffic Corridor Study. The overlay zone
      supersedes the underlying industrial and business park zoning in District 8.

    2. Uses By-Right
      1. Age Restricted Residential, see Property Development Standards
        below:
        1. Duplexes
        2. Single family, attached
        3. Single family, detached
        4. Residential group homes for up to five handicapped or elderly
          people
        5. Townhomes
      2. Institutional/Civic/Public:
        1. Public park or recreation areas, including multi-purpose trails
        2. Public recreational facilities, indoor or outdoor
        3. Essential public utility and public services installations

    3. Conditional Uses
      The following uses shall be conditionally permitted in the District 8 Overlay
      Zone subject to meeting all applicable requirements set forth in this section
      and Section 1206.02, “Conditional Uses.”
      1. Residential:
        1. Assisted living
        2. Dwelling units above or mixed with offices or othercommercial space
        3. Model homes
        4. Multi-family
        5. Residential group homes for the handicapped or elderly (from6 to 8 people)
      2. Commercial:
        1. Bed and breakfast inn
        2. Offices*, business or professional
        3. Private membership recreational facilities or clubs
        4. Restaurants*, except drive-through restaurants
        5. Retail uses*
        6. Services* for personal, business, or repair, except for vehicle

        * Subject to special condition that such use must be located within 1,000 feetof both the Metro Parks Hike and Bike Trail and District 9.
      3. Institutional/Civic/Public:Public, non-profit, or private cultural facilities, including but notlimited to libraries and museums.
      4. Planned Developments:Residential Planned Developments, subject to the standards and procedures set forth in Sections 1203.04 and 1204.02 of this Code,except “Density Bonuses”, Section 1204.02(c) shall not apply.

    4. Property Development/Design Standards
      In addition to compliance with all applicable standards set forth in Chapter 1207,
      “Zoning Development and Site Plan Standards”, development in the District 8
      Overlay Zone shall comply with all of the following development/design standards
      (all standards are minimums unless otherwise noted):
      1. Residential Occupant Restrictions on Years of Age
        1. Homeowners Association. All dwellings shall be included within a
          development having a mandatory homeowners association. Said
          homeowners association shall be incorporated in Ohio and the
          association shall provide for building and grounds maintenance and
          repair, insurance and working capital to accomplish such
          purposes. Said association shall publish and adhere to policies and
          procedures that demonstrate that the community is intended and operated
          to provide housing for persons 55 years of age and older
          including maintaining surveys or affidavits verifying compliance
          with 55 years of age and older occupancy requirements as permitted by 42
          U.S.C. 3607(b)(2)(C) of the Housing for Older Persons Act of 1995 and its
          implementing regulations. Said association shall also be governed by
          declarations of covenants and restrictions and by laws including rules
          and regulations which shall at a minimum regulate and control the
          following:
          1. A restriction that requires homes to be occupied by persons
            55 years of age or older, or a demonstration that at least 80% of
            the occupied units are occupied by at least one resident who
            is age 55 years of age or older; and
          2. A restriction on homes to the effect that persons under the age
            of 19 years of age shall not occupy or reside in a residential
            unit for more than 90 consecutive days or more than 120
            cumulative days in any one calendar year.
          3. The Association may grant variance from the above
            restrictions, unless the granting of a variance would result in
            less than eighty percent (80%) of the residential units being
            occupied by one person fifty-five (55) years of age or older or
            would jeopardize the Property’s status as housing for older
            persons under the Fair Housing Acts. Any request for a
            variance submitted to the association pursuant to this
            subsection shall set forth the names and ages of all proposed
            residents of the residential unit, the reason for the request and
            such other information as the association may reasonably
            require.
        2. Covenants and Restrictions. Legally binding covenants and/or deed
          restrictions that run with the land shall apply to all dwelling units that
          will bind the applicant, any assignee, mortgagee, or buyer, and all
          other parties that receive title to the property to the restrictions
          contained within this Section. The grantor must state in any deed or
          instrument conveying title to a dwelling unit, that the property
          conveyed is an adult dwelling unit and is subject to the restrictions
          contained in this Section. No covenant referencing any of the
          regulations or restrictions herein shall be recorded, nor shall any plat
          for land containing dwelling units be recorded, until and unless said
          covenant and/or deed restrictions that are consistent with the
          requirements of this Section are approved by the City and enforceable
          by the City. The City of Hudson reserves the right, but not the
          responsibility, to enforce deed restrictions.
        3. Each developer, condominium association, or homeowner association,
          in a form satisfactory to the City Solicitor, shall protect and indemnify
          the City from and against all damages, claims for damages or costs of
          litigation which may arise directly or indirectly as a result of the age
          restrictions of the Overlay district. The form may be an insurance
          policy, surety bond, or other satisfactory mechanism in a form
          satisfactory to the City Solicitor.

      2. Maximum Net Density:
        1. Single-Family Detached: 4 dwelling units per acre.
        2. Duplexes: 4 dwelling units per acre.
        3. Single-Family Attached: 6 dwelling units per acre.
        4. Townhomes: 8 dwelling units per acre.
        5. Multi-Family: 12 dwelling units per acre.

      3. Permitted Mix of Residential Uses per Development:
        No more than 65% of the dwellings of any residential development shall be
        single-family detached. At least 35% of the dwellings shall be single family
        attached, duplex, townhome or multi-family type and at least three of these
        four dwelling types shall be included in each development.

      4. Age Oriented Accessibility: Each Single Family (Attached or Detached) or
        Duplex Type Dwelling shall have at least one house entry from the exterior be
        a step-free entrance.

      5. Open Space: Residential development shall set aside a minimum of 25% of
        the gross land area for private open space. As active adult age restricted
        dwellings, for purposes of calculating the amount of public open space
        dedication a dwelling unit shall be assumed to contain 1.8 persons per
        residence.

      6. Allowed Lot Size: Minimum/Maximum
        1. Single-family detached and duplex: 6,000/ 9,000 SF
        2. Single-family attached: 6,000/ 9,000 SF
        3. Townhomes: 2,500/ no max SF
        4. Multi-family: 10,000/ no max SF

      7. Maximum Building Footprint:
        1. Retail and Services: 2,000 gross square feet
        2. Office: 5,000 gross square feet

      8. Minimum Lot Width:
        1. Single-Family Detached: 56 feet, with limited use of lesser lot widths
          allowed as narrow as 45 feet. “Limited” means lot widths less than 56
          feet shall be used no more than 4 lots within a span of 500 feet.
        2. Duplexes: 60 feet.
        3. Single-Family Attached: 20 feet.
        4. Townhomes: 24 feet
        5. Multi-Family Uses: 150 feet.
        6. Non-Residential Uses: 50 feet.

      9. Setbacks:
        Unless modified pursuant to Section 1203.08, “Minor Modifications,” the
        yard setbacks shall be:
        1. Front Yard Setback: 20 feet minimum, 35 feet maximum
        2.  Minimum Side Yard Setback:
          1. Single-Family Detached/Attached: 5 feet, 15 feet total both
            sides.
          2. Other Residential: 10 feet
          3. Side-Facing Attached Garage: 25 feet.
          4. Other Accessory Structures: 5 feet.
          5. Corner Lots: 20 feet for street side not designated as “front”.
        3. Minimum Rear Yard Depth:
          1. Principal Structure: 30 feet.
          2. Accessory Structure: 8 feet.

      10. Maximum Number of Units per Structure:
        1. Townhomes: 8 units per structure.
        2. Multi-Family: 12 units per structure

      11. Maximum Structure Height: 35 feet.

      12. Building Siting and Orientation.
        1. Principal Residential Structures – Single-Family Detached and
          Duplexes.
          1. The main entrance(s) to the residence shall face the street.
          2. The front wall of the principal structure shall be parallel to the
            street or perpendicular to a radius of the curve of the street
            extended through the approximate center of the main mass, if
            the street is curved.
        2. Principal Residential Structures – Single-Family Attached, Town
          homes, and Multi-Family.
          1. The entrance to at least one dwelling unit within each building
            shall face the street.
          2. Each unit within a structure shall have its own front entryway
            to the outside.
          3. The front wall of the principal structure, or the front wall of at
            least one principal structure in a multi-building development,
            shall be parallel to the street or perpendicular to a radius of the
            curve of the street extended through the approximate center of
            the main mass, if the street is curved.
        3. Principal Residential Structures on Corner Lots.
          1. In general, the structure shall face one of the streets and not the
            corner.
          2. One side of the structure shall be designated the “front” and
            shall be subject to the requirements set forth in paragraph (A)
            or (B) above, and requirements regarding private walks and
            entryways set forth below in subsection (12).
        4. Private Garages.
          1. Doors of attached garages may face the street of no more than
            50% of the single family attached and detached, duplex, and
            townhome dwellings within a street frontage of 500 feet.
          2. Detached garages shall be located only in the rear yard.
          3. New development of a residential dwelling shall provide space
            for the storage of at least one car within an enclosed garage.
          4. Garages for single family or townhome dwellings shall
            not be larger than 720 square feet.
        5. Non-Residential Development.
          1. The main entrance to the principal structure shall face the
            street.
          2. The front wall of the principal structure shall be parallel to the
            street or perpendicular to a radius of the curve of the street
            extended through the approximate center of the main mass, if
            the street is curved.
          3. The main body of the principal structure shall be closet to the
            street.

      13. Architecture and Design Standards.
        Architectural Design Guidelines located in Appendix D apply except for those
        regarding parking garages and the look alike standards. These two topics
        have been modified as follows:
        1. Attached garages are restricted within each single family attached,
          single family detached and town homes development so that:
          1. No more than 50% of the dwellings shall have front facing
            garages within a span of street of 500 feet; and
          2. No more than 60% of the dwellings shall have the garage
            forward of the main house mass; and
          3. No dwelling shall have an attached garage that is both a front
            facing and forward of the main house mass.
          4. Front facing garage doors must be single car widths and
            finished to blend with the main cladding materials of the home.
            Each individual opening is not to exceed 9 feet clear height and
            12 feet clear width.
          5. Front elevations shall be designed to minimize the visual
            impact of the garage. A front entry garage must be set back a
            minimum of 2 feet from the front line of the main mass of the
            house. Second floors may project over the garage and porches
            or other architectural elements may project beyond the face of
            the garage. (Garages whose doors are located on a side or rear
            elevation of the building are not required to step back from the
            façade.)
        2. No parking garage accessory structures are allowed for multifamily or
          mixed-use structures. Parking must be surface lots, or if structured
          and attached to the principal structure containing the dwelling units
          then is permitted.
        3. Single and two family dwellings shall not look alike. The subject
          building shall not look like the buildings on 2 lots to either side of it
          and 3 buildings facing it across the street.

      14. Private Walkway Entrances. All new development shall connect the front
        of the principal structure to the sidewalk with a private connecting walkway
        entrance and/or driveway surfaced with either concrete, brick, or stone.

      15. Driveway Curb Cuts.
        1. Single-Family Detached: No more than (1) driveway curb cut per lot.
        2. Single-Family Attached, Duplexes and Multi-Family: No more than
          driveway curb cuts per development site.
        3. Non-Residential Uses: No more than (1) driveway curb cut per lot.
        4. Compliance with Traffic Study: All developments must comply with
          the State Route 91 Traffic Corridor Study.

      16. Location of Parking. In addition to the off-street parking requirements set
        forth in Section 1207.12 of this Code, off-street parking requirements set forth
        in Section 1207.12 of this Code, off-street parking shall be located only to the
        side and rear of the principal building. Off-street parking shall not be allowed
        within the front setback area.

      17. Distance Between Residential Buildings.
        Structures containing either single-family-attached, townhomes, or multifamily
        dwelling units shall be separated from each other by a minimum of
        sixteen (16) feet at their closet points.

      18. Pedestrian/bicycle Pathways and Linkages:
        1. Provision shall be made in the design of all developments for nonvehicular
          circulation systems, including but not limited to sidewalks,
          pathways, and bikeways.
        2. Any amount of land set aside for trails in a development shall be
          credited toward either the public or private open space requirements
          set forth in this section and in Section 1207.05 of this Code.
        3. Sidewalks or multi-use paths shall be prided on both sides of all
          streets, shall run parallel to the street within the right-of-way, and shall
          be separated from the curb by a planting strip at least five (5) feet in
          width. Sidewalks shall be at least five (5) feet wide.
        4. Provision shall be made in the design of developments to feature
          interconnections with existing or planned streets and pedestrian or
          bikeway systems on adjoining in properties with multi-use paths eight
          (8) feet in width, and sidewalks.

      19. Environmental Standards.
        See Section 1205.14, “Floodplain/Floodway Overlay”.