Section 148-28 BLOCKS.
A. Length. Blocks should not normally exceed one thousand two hundred (1,200) feet, unless unusual circumstances justify greater length. Within blocks of over eight hundred (800) feet in length, the town may require dedication of a ten-foot right-of-way at or near the middle of the block for a public pedestrian walkway connecting adjacent streets or other public and private areas.
B. Depth. Blocks should be wide enough to allow two (2) tiers of lots of appropriate depth, except where an interior street parallels an arterial street or highway or where topographical conditions or the parcel size make a double tier impractical. In these cases, the Town Council may approve a single tier of lots.