§ 154.115  GENERAL.
   (A)   The construction of subdivision improvements is the responsibility of the developer in so much as it is his or her property which is being developed.  Adequate streets, utilities and other improvements are essential elements in the creation and preservation of stable residential, commercial and industrial areas, and must be completed by the developer.
   (B)   All of the following improvements, as recommended by the Commission and approved by the city pursuant to the authority granted in the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code, Act 247, 53 P.S. §§ 10101 et seq., as amended, shall be completed in accordance with the requirements established by this chapter prior to final approval of the plan, except as otherwise provided herein.
   (C)   Final plan approval, except for minor subdivisions, shall not be given prior to the completion and acceptance of all subdivision improvements, except where performance guarantees are furnished as hereinafter provided.
   (D)   All the requirements in this subchapter concerning street paving, curbing and sidewalks shall be adhered to unless otherwise approved by the Commission as a variance under the provisions of §§ 154.170 through 154.174.
(Ord. 1286, passed 6-7-1982)