§ 52.03  PLAT PROCESS PROCEDURES.
   (A)   Any road and/or street proposed to be constructed which is not within a subdivision and which shall be dedicated to the city for city maintenance shall be designed and platted according to this chapter, and shall be submitted to the City Council or its authorized agent prior to any construction.  Any road and/or street proposed to be upgraded and dedicated to the city for maintenance shall be handled in the same manner as a proposed new construction.
   (B)   Any road and/or street within a subdivision shall be designed according to this chapter, and shall be submitted to the City Council or its authorized agent only after the Lawrenceburg-Anderson County Joint Planning Commission has given approval to the preliminary plat as evidenced by an executed certificate as required by the Planning Commission Subdivision Regulations.  Any and all waivers and/or variances shall be submitted, in writing, simultaneously with the aforesaid preliminary plat.
   (C)   The City Council or its authorized agent will then forward said preliminary plat and other material to a selected and proper engineer or engineering firm, who shall examine said preliminary plat and determine whether or not the design aspects of said plat comply with this chapter.  Said engineer or engineering firm shall then certify by letter to the City Council its findings.  The City Council shall then make an order either approving or not approving the design aspects of said preliminary plat as it relates to this chapter.  If said preliminary plat is ordered approved according to this chapter by the Board of Council, then the Mayor of the city shall execute a certificate thereon showing such approval.
   (D)   Upon approval by the Planning Commission of the final plat of said subdivision, a copy of said final plat shall be filed in the Office of the City Engineer.
   (E)   Prior to the beginning of any construction of any road and/or street as regulated by this chapter, the Mayor or his designated agent shall be given notice of the beginning date of said construction.  Said notice shall be reasonable in time, but no less than two (2) weeks prior to the beginning of said construction.  The Board of Council or its authorized agent shall notify the selected engineer or engineering firm, and they shall inspect all construction within this chapter as the construction and work is being done.  Said engineer or engineering firm shall be known as a Resident Engineer and shall enforce compliance with this chapter and the final plat, and then shall certify to the Board of Council that such construction was done pursuant to said final plat and this chapter.
(Ord. 1990-3, passed 6-11-90; Am. Ord. 1991-6, passed 7-8-91)