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(a) Dedication for Public Use. If the final plat indicates land for public use, the plat shall be submitted to Council for acceptance of dedication of any public land and acceptance of any easement before it is recorded. The acceptance of any street or utility for public use and maintenance shall be by separate action of the Council.
(b) Land Reserved for Public Use. The City may request, by resolution, a developer to set aside, reserve, or offer for sale, land for streets, parks, playgrounds, or other public uses shown upon a duly approved thoroughfare, park and recreation or comprehensive plan for a period of one hundred eighty (180) days after the application for approval of a preliminary plan, or for a longer period as may be mutually agreed, to allow the City time to acquire such land.
During such period, no structure shall be erected, no trees or topsoil shall be removed or destroyed, no grading shall be done, nor shall any land so reserved be put to any use whatsoever except on written approval of the Commission.