(A)   Prior to being filed with the County Clerk of the county, the final or record plat shall be approved separately by the Planning Board and the City Council.  If the plat is for a residential subdivision, the City Council should make the necessary provisions to allow the purchasers of lots therein from the developer thereof to apply for a residential ad valorem tax abatement and reinvestment zone policy and the guidelines and criteria therefor then in force and effect within the city.
   (B)   If any part of the plat lies in a special flood hazard area, then one-foot contour lines shall be shown on the plat and the 100-year flood elevation contour shall be drawn with a very heavy line and designated.  The plat shall also show the following statement in print equal in size to the certificates of approval: “Parts of this plat lower than the 100-year flood elevation have a 1% chance each year of being inundated by flooding.”
('68 Code, § 33-36) (Ord. 1227, passed 12-20-71; Am. Ord. 2002-1965, passed 1-7-02) Penalty, see § 10.99