(A)   The owner or subdivider shall provide a primary plat for the subdivision which shall show the manner in which the proposed subdivision is coordinated with the Comprehensive Master Plan and its provisions, specifically with relation to the requirements of the official Thoroughfare Plan, school and recreational sites, shopping centers, community facilities, sanitation, water supply and drainage, and other developments, existing and proposed, in the vicinity; with the following provisions.
      (1)   No land shall be subdivided for residential use unless adequate access to the land over improved streets or thoroughfares exists or will be provided by the subdivider.
      (2)   No land shall be subdivided for residential use if that land is considered by the Commission to be unsuitable for this use by reason of flooding or improper drainage, objectionable earth and rock formation, topography, or any other feature harmful to the health and safety of possible residents and the community as a whole.
   (B)   A separate written report and plans which include the appropriate information must be presented to the Plan Commission.
   (C)   (1)   When considering the primary plat, the Commission will require the subdivider to submit a drainage plan and petition to the county Drainage Board to include the subdivision as an Urban Drain as specified in I.C. 36-9-27 et seq
      (2)   No subdivision which has been required to petition the Drainage Board for inclusion as an Urban Drain shall receive a public hearing without a letter from the County Surveyor to the Commission stating that the petition has been filed. 
      (3)   Any subdivision which will be required to be in the Urban Drain must have the Urban Drain Certificate on the secondary plat signed by the County Surveyor before receiving the Commission signatures and before being recorded.
(`88 Code, § 8-86)  (Ord. 98-20, passed 11-10-98)