(A)   The ordinance authorizing construction of the planned unit development shall be effective only upon recording of the final planned unit development plat and supporting data with the County Recorder of Deeds. No permit allowing construction of a building or other development shall take place until the required recording of the final plat, approval of the final engineering plans by the Village Engineer, and the posting by the developer of the required improvement deposits, as set forth in §§ 155.579 and 155.580. All recording costs shall be paid by the developer.
   (B)   The purpose of the final plat is to designate with particularity the land subdivided into conventional lots as well as the division of other lands, not so subdivided, into common open areas and building sites. The preliminary plat shall generally locate buildings, whereas the final plat shall show the exact location of each building. The recording of the final plat shall inform all who deal with the planned unit development of the restrictions placed upon the land and act as a zoning control device.
(Ord. 1999-2, Zoning § 22, subs. .260, passed 2-15-1999)