A. Whenever it can reasonably be anticipated that utility facilities constructed in one development will be extended to serve other adjacent or nearby developments, the utility facilities (e.g., water or sewer lines) must be located and constructed so that extensions can be made conveniently and without undue burden or expense or unnecessary duplication of service. In all cases, utility lines must extend to the common property line(s) of the subject property and the property where future development is anticipated.
B. All utility facilities must be constructed in a way that will:
1. Minimize interference with pedestrian or vehicular traffic; and
2. Facilitate maintenance without undue damage to improvements or facilities located within the development.