§ 52.02  DRAINAGE AND SHOULDERS.
   (A)   The developer of a road and/or street or the subdivider shall install adequate drainage to insure proper disposal of all surface water.  In no case shall such person or persons build or construct roadway sections that will cause undue flooding on any adjacent property or on any portion of the property being constructed or developed and for proper disposal, shall provide a drainage system including the necessary open ditches, pipes, culverts, intersectional drains, drop inlets, bridges, etc.  Within a subdivision, before any construction is begun, all entrance pipes shall be concrete or C.M.P. pipe of a minimum diameter of twelve (12) inches.  Such drainage pipes and structures shall include all driveways and entrance ways and shall be inspected by the selected City Engineer or the City Road Supervisor and shall be installed according to his direction.  All such sites for said pipe shall be inspected personally or by plat, and, at the Inspector's discretion the hereinabove pipe regulations may be waived if in the opinion of said Inspector none are needed.
   (B)   All shoulders shall conform to the attached typical or cross-section and shall be constructed of approved granular material, according to the slope shown on the said typical or cross-section.  Granular shoulder material shall extend downward at a depth of no less than one-half (1/2) of the dense grade aggregated base.
   (C)   In light of this section, existing topographic contours at an interval of not greater than two (2) feet shall be required and shown on any plat for the subject property and shall extend beyond for two hundred (200) feet.
(Ord. 1990-3, passed 6-11-90)