§ 22-501.   Monuments and Markers.
   Monuments and markers must be placed so that the scored or marked point coincides exactly with the point of intersection of the lines being monumented. They must be set so that the top of the monument or marker is level with the finished grade of the surrounding ground. Monuments must be marked on top with a copper or brass plate or dowel set in concrete.
   A.   Monuments.
   (1)   Monuments shall be set:
   (a)   At the intersections of all right-of-way lines.
   (b)   At the intersection of lines forming angles in the boundaries of the subdivision.
   (c)   At such intermediate, points as may be required by the engineer.
   (2)   Monuments shall be 6 inches square or 4 inches in diameter, 30 inches long and made of concrete, stone or by setting a 4-inch cast iron or steel pipe filled with concrete.
   B.   Markers.
   (1)   Markers shall be set:
   (a)   At all lot corners except those monumented.
   (b)   Prior to the time the lot is offered for sale.
   (2)   Markers shall be ¾ of an inch square or ¾ of an inch in diameter, 15 inches long. Markers shall be made of iron pipe or iron or steel bars.
(Ord. 6/6/1977, §501)