(A)   Following the hearing on the tentative plan, the town’s Plan Commission will notify the applicant in writing that it is ready to receive the final plat, or will advise the applicant of any further changes in the tentative plan which are desired or should have consideration.
   (B)   The final plat shall meet the following specifications.
      (1)   The plat may include all or only a part of the plan submitted for tentative approval.
      (2)   The original drawing of the plat of the subdivision shall be drawn to a scale of 50 feet to one inch; however, if the resulting drawing would be over 36 inches in shortest dimension, a scale of 100 feet to one inch may be used. Three black or blue line prints shall be submitted with the original final plat or, in order to conform to modern drafting and reproduction methods, lettering may be applied to the final plat in a manner which will permit the plat to be reproduced by film, litholoid or other suitable photographic process at the designated scale and, in such a case, three black line prints and a reproducible print (a reduced print showing the form of the record plat) shall be submitted.
      (3)   The following basic information shall be shown:
         (a)   Accurate boundary lines, with dimensions and angles, which provide a survey of the tract, closing with an error of not more than one foot in 10,000 feet;
         (b)   Accurate distances and directions to the nearest established street corners or official monuments. Reference corners shall be accurately described on the plan;
         (c)   Accurate locations of all existing and recorded streets intersecting the boundaries of the tract;
         (d)   An accurate metes and bounds description of the boundary;
         (e)   The source of the title to the land, as shown by the books of the County Recorder;
         (f)   Street names;
         (g)   Complete curve notes for all curves included in the plan;
         (h)   Street lines with accurate dimensions in feet and hundredths of feet, with angles to street, alley and lot lines;
         (i)   Lot numbers and dimensions;
         (j)   Easements for utilities and any limitations on these easements;
         (k)   Accurate dimensions for any property to be dedicated or reserved for public, semi-public or community use;
         (l)   The building setback for front yard lines and dimensions;
         (m)   The location, type, material and size of all monuments and lot markers;
         (n)   Restrictions of all types which will run with the land and become covenants in the deeds for lots;
         (o)   The name of the subdivision;
         (p)   The name and address of the owner and subdivider;
         (q)   North point, scale and date;
         (r)   Certification by a registered professional engineer or land surveyor;
         (s)   Certificate of dedication of streets and other public property; and
         (t)   Certificate for approval by the Commission.
(Prior Code, § 153.13)  (Ord. 2-1957, passed - -)