All subdivisions shall be planned, designed, constructed and maintained so that:
(A) Existing healthy trees and native vegetation on the site are preserved to the maximum extent feasible and are protected by adequate means during construction.
(B) Existing native vegetation is not disturbed, injured or removed prior to site development, except to the extent necessary.
(C) Following construction, vegetation suitable to the site is planted. Multiple varieties should be used alternately. Trees should be planted at intervals of at least one (1)every sixty (60) feet and at a distance of at least six (6) feet outside of the road right-of-way. No tree shall be planted within the road right-of-way.
(D) Existing trees are preserved within any right‑of‑way when such trees are suitably located, healthy, and when approved grading allows.
(E) No branches, dead trees, or uprooted stumps remain after development.