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(A) Street markers.
(1) All changes in direction (P.C., P.T., and the like) of street centerlines shall be marked with a large nail or spike in the pavement.
(2) The radius center point of cul-de-sacs shall be marked with a large nail or spike.
(3) The points thus marked in divisions (A)(1) and (A)(2) above shall be shown on the final plat, along with such bearings and distance ties as needed for their use in locating lot corners.
(B) Drainage easement markers. All changes in direction and all intersections with street right-of-way and lot lines shall be marked as directed in division (C)(1).
(C) Lot markers.
(1) Lot corners.
(a) Lot corners shall be marked with 1/2-inch diameter, 18-inch long iron rods, except that where the distance, as measured along the street right- of-way, exceeds 500 feet between markers, additional markers shall be installed.
(b) Intervisible corner markers shall be shown on the final plat, along with the bearing and distance for these intervisible markers noted on the plans.
(2) The intersection of lot lines and right- of-way lines of drainage easements shall be marked with 1/2-inch iron rods as in division (C)(1) above.
(D) Benchmarks. Benchmarks shall be monumented and complete descriptions and elevations given on the final plat.
(E) Buffer and critical line attachment markers. All changes in direction in direction of buffers and the OCRM Critical Line shall be marked with 1/2-inch iron rods.
('81 Code, § 154.41) (Ord. passed 6-9-92; Am. Ord. 02045, passed 7-9-02)