(A)   (1)   The final plan shall be recorded with the County Clerk of Records before proceeding with the sale of lots or construction of buildings. Three copies of the plan, 18 x 24 inches in size, in addition to the original, are required for recording.
      (2)   Minor subdividers of one lot may be recorded in triplicate on plots of 8-1/2 x 11 inches in connection with the deed.
   (B)   Recording the final plan after approval shall have the effect of an irrevocable offer to dedicate all streets and other public ways to public use, and to dedicate or reserve all park reservations, and school sites and other public service areas as hereafter provided. Approval shall not impose any duty upon the city concerning maintenance or improvement of any such dedicated streets, parks, areas or portions of same until the proper authorities of the city shall have made actual appropriation of the same by ordinance or resolution, or by entry, use or improvement.
   (C)   The developer may place a notation on the final plan to the effect that there is no offer of dedication to the public of certain designated public areas, or (in unusual circumstances), streets or alleys, in which event the title to such areas shall remain with the owner, and the city and local authorities shall assume no responsibility for improvement or maintenance thereof, which fact shall also be noted on the final plan.  Where applicable, the city shall require a notation on each lot of record that is not suitable for on-lot septic systems as determined by the County Health Department.
(Ord. 1286, passed 6-7-1982)