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(A) The subdivider of every subdivision, whether major or minor, but excluding land specifically exempted from the Illinois Plat Act, as now or hereafter amended (765 ILCS 205/1(b)), who desires final plat approval shall file six copies of the final plat and supporting data with the Village Clerk and pay all associated filing fees not later than one year after preliminary plat approval has been granted. However, with the consent of the Village Board, the subdivider may delay application for final approval of part(s) of the tract shown on the preliminary plat for successive one-year periods. No subdivision plat or re-plat shall be filed for record or recorded in the office of the County Recorder of Deeds, unless and until the approval of the village is endorsed thereon. No lot shall be sold for such subdivision plat or re-plat until it has been approved by the Village Board and filed for record in the office of the County Recorder of Deeds as required by the state statutes.
(B) For official filings, the subdivider shall file the approved final plat with the County Recorder of Deeds within 60 days after the Village Board has approved the same and the Mayor has affixed his or her signature thereto. One copy of the final plat shall be given to the Village Clerk’s office by the subdivider bearing the official stamp of the County Recorder attesting its recording within 20 days of such action.
(1999 Code, § 34-3-23)