(A)   Developers are urged to discuss possible development sites with city officials, the County Metropolitan Planning Department, and other agencies as required, prior to submission of the preliminary plan.  The purpose of the pre-application meeting is to afford the developer an opportunity to avail himself or herself of available advice and assistance, and to consult early and informally with the agencies having jurisdiction or responsibilities in land development or subdivision.
   (B)   The developer may also consult with other parties with a view to reaching at this initial stage, firm conclusions regarding the suitability of the location of the proposed subdivision, the most advantageous subdivision plan, the arrangement of streets, lots and other features of the proposed development.
   (C)   A sketch plan may be prepared and presented for review and discussion at the same time.  Sketch plans should generally include those items listed under §§ 154.080 through 154.082.
   (D)   Such discussion and/or sketch plan review will be considered as confidential. Submission of a sketch plan shall not constitute formal filing of a plan with the Commission.
(Ord. 1286, passed 6-7-1982)