(A)   All applications for building and zoning permits shall be accompanied by plans in duplicate drawn to scale, showing the actual dimensions and shape of the lot to be built upon; the exact sizes and locations on the lot of buildings already existing, if any; and the location and dimensions of the proposed building or alteration. The application shall include other information as lawfully may be required by the Zoning Administrator, including existing or proposed building or alteration; existing or proposed uses of the building and land; the number of families, housekeeping units or rental units the building is designed to accommodate; conditions existing on the lot; and other matters as may be necessary to determine conformance with; and provide for the enforcement of this chapter.
   (B)   All plats of land within designated special flood hazard zones shall have the elevation of the land based upon mean sea level noted thereon or in the case of older approved plats, a statement from a surveyor or engineer correctly identifying the property and attesting to the elevation. The statement shall bear the surveyor’s or engineer’s seal.
   (C)   One copy of the plans shall be returned to the applicant by the Zoning Administrator after he or she shall have marked the copy either as approved or disapproved and attested to same by his or her signature on the copy. The original copy of the plans, similarly marked, shall be retained by the Zoning Administrator.
(Ord. 97-04, passed 12-19-1996)