Started by dedgren, December 20, 2006, 07:57:49 PM
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QuoteHere are the rules that will apply across the board: 1. The Adminstrator/Planner and I will negotiate and agree on the contents of a plug-in folder and mods to be used before development begins. The developer will be responsible for keeping track of what is used in for describing it to the general public on the 3RR thread.2. Road, highway and rail entrance and exit points to and from the quad will not be changed or added to by the developer absent negotiation and agreement with me. 3. Reforestation after trees are removed in the course of development will utilize trees that are similar to the ones removed. All deciduous trees will be in the form of seasonal trees wherever practical. 4. Cycledogg's "Columbus terrain mod" will be used in every quad. 5. Timotheus4's "Edmonton water mod" and Pegasus' "Brigantine water mod" will be used in every quad where water appears. 6. Only site or project specific terraforming may be done. Any terraforming that changes a grid square on the edge of a quad will be done only after negotiation and agreement between the developer and me.7. A "Slope mod" will be used that limits maximum rail grades to 3%, maximum elevated highway grades to 5%, maximum highway grades to 7%, maximum avenue and road grades to 10%, and maximum street grades to 12%. 8. The latest version of the NAM shall be used. 9. Other standards I announce from time to time will be followed absent negotiation and agreement between the developer and me.
Quote3. Secondary Roads. Secondary roads are the region's local rural traffic carriers. There are no secondary roads within the city limits of Pineshore, which has the responsibility under its charter for maintaining all streets and roads that are not in the freeway and primary systems. Secondary roads are two lanes wide, may be paved or simply "improved" (chip seal, tarred, or graded and compacted gravel are all common) and are built, with a few wider exceptions, on 50 foot/16 meter wide rights-of-way.S-527 crosses the prairie headed toward the Southern RangeS-546 just south of Low Light HillsSecondary road numbers are three digits long and always begin with "5." Odd-numbered secondary roads run north and south, running from lower to higher across the region from west to east. Even-numbered secondary roads run east and west, running from lower to higher across the region from north to south. Here are two secondary road route shields from the region. There are about 1,100 miles (1,760 kilometers) of secondary roads in Three Rivers Region.
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