(A)   Monuments shall be of bronze encased in concrete. The minimum monument shall be standard weight one-half inch nominal diameter pipe, 30 inches long, driven with the ground and surrounded on all sides by not less than five inches of concrete to a depth of not less than 12 inches. In soft, marsh ground and other unusual conditions or locations, the City Engineer may prescribe special monuments to be installed. The top of any pipe may be open or sheared but must be cut off perpendicular to its length and driven without being seriously deformed or battered on top. On all pipe monuments, the center of the pipe will be considered the center of the monument.
   (B)   Monuments shall be placed:
      (1)   So that the center of the monument coincides exactly with the intersection of the lot or property line at that point and shall be set so that the top of the monument is level with the surface of the surrounding ground;
      (2)   At the intersection of all angles in the boundary line of the survey;
      (3)   At the intersection of street property lines;
      (4)   At the beginning and ending of all curves where streets and alleys are so laid out; and
      (5)   At all angles in property lines of streets and alleys.
   (C)   The corners of all lots not marked by monuments shall be marked by galvanized or wrought iron pipe or iron or steel bars at least two feet in length and not less than one-half inch in diameter, the top of the pipe or bar to be set level with the surrounding ground.
   (D)   All monuments shall be subject to the inspection and approval of the City Engineer and shall be installed prior to recording of the final plat, or guaranteed by a bond as provided in § 154.020 of this chapter.
(Prior Code, § 154.98) (Ord. 1978-6, passed 4-4-1978)