The preliminary site sketch shall be legibly drawn to a scale of 100 feet to one inch; except that, when use of this scale results in a drawing having a dimension in excess of 30 inches, a scale of 200 feet to one inch may be used, showing the following:
   (A)   The location of the proposed subdivision in relation to contiguous property and identifying the location of the subdivision by section, township and range;
   (B)   North point and scale references;
   (C)   Location, names, present width and grades of adjacent or abutting roads, streets highways and public ways or railroads;
   (D)   Existing features pertaining to the subdivision area, particularly, the following shall be shown:
      (1)   The location of all existing structures, with an indication as to whether they are to remain on the property or are to be removed;
      (2)   The location of all easements, telephone lines, gas lines, power lines and other features located within the proposed subdivision and within 500 feet of its boundaries;
      (3)   The location of all sewer lines, water mains, culverts or other underground facilities within the subdivision tract or within 500 feet thereof, indicating the pipe size, grades and exact locations as obtained from public records; and
      (4)   The location of boundary lines of adjacent tracts of unsubdivided and subdivided land, showing the owner’s names as shown from public records.
   (E)   The approximate location of all areas subject to inundation by the regulatory flood or storm water overflow and the location, width and direct flow of all water sources.
(Prior Code, § 154.42) (Ord. 1978-6, passed 4-4-1978; Ord. 1981-5, passed 6-16-1981)