1111.07  PRELIMINARY PLAN PROCEDURES.
   (a)   The owner and/or agent of the owner shall submit prints of the preliminary plan to the Building Inspector.
   (b)   The Building Inspector and Village Engineer will then forward the prints of the preliminary plan, together with his or her comments and recommendations, to the Planning Commission.
   (c)   The owner and/or agent of the owner shall deposit with the Village Treasurer such funds as determined by the Village for the payment of engineering, legal, or other consultant fees incurred by the Village to review the preliminary plans.  A minimum fee, as determined by the Village, shall remain on deposit with the Village until the final plat and improvement plans are approved by the Planning Commission.
   (d)   The Commission shall set a date for a public meeting at which time the preliminary plan shall be considered and shall notify the owner and/or agent of the owner of the date, time, and place of such meeting so the owner and/or agent of the owner may attend.
   (e)   At said public meeting, the Commission shall, by record vote, approve or disapprove the preliminary plan as submitted or as modified to meet its suggestions.
        (1)   Approval.
           A.   If the vote of the Commission is to approve the preliminary plan as submitted or as modified to meet its suggestions, it shall send the preliminary plan to Council with a written report of its action.
         B.   Council shall, by record vote, approve or disapprove the preliminary plan by majority vote.
         C.   If Council approves the preliminary plan, the owner and/or agent of the owner may proceed with the proposed improvement plans, profiles and final plat, which shall include all modifications as suggested by the Commission and the Village Engineer and required by Council.  The Building Inspector shall retain one (1) print of the preliminary plan showing all changes and modifications as proposed by the Commission and the Village Engineer.  Said print shall be used to check the proposed improvement plans, the profiles, and the final plat when it is submitted.
      (2)   Disapproval.
           A.   If the vote of the Commission is to disapprove the preliminary plan, its action is final unless the owner and/or agent of the owner elects to file  a notice of appeal of the adverse report to Council within thirty (30) days after the decision of the Commission.
         B.   If the owner and/or agent of the owner elects to appeal the Commission's vote of disapproval to Council, Council can only approve the preliminary plan by a minimum five-sixths vote. 
   (f)   All actions by both the Commission and Council shall be made a matter of the minutes of their meetings. 
(Ord. 2012-21.  Passed 7-11-12.)