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After the completion of site grading and prior to the issuance of a certificate of occupancy for any residential lot, the builder shall furnish a certificate signed by a registered land surveyor stating that iron pins have been set at all lot corners and at all angle points and beginning or ends of curves of front, side and rear lot lines. Iron pins may be one-half inch by thirty-six inch solid iron bars or three-quarter inch by thirty inch iron pipe driven flush with the ground. If the point to be marked falls in a blacktop drive, a railroad spike not less than six inches long may be used and if the point to be marked falls in a concrete drive, a P.K. nail or drill hole may be used.
(Ord. C68-77. Passed 9-19-77.)