1426.35  ENGINEERING PLANS REVIEW FEES.
   (a)   Fees Required. Any person desiring to obtain a plans review by the Municipal Engineer under the provisions of this section shall first pay the fee as required herein to the City. The fees required under this section are in addition to any permit or building plans fees required elsewhere and shall include the preliminary, improvement and final plat reviews by the Municipal Engineer.
   (b)   Municipal Engineer Plans Review Fees.
      (1)   Single-family house building site plans review: $200.00.
      (2)   Multi-family building site plans review:
         A.   First 1,000 square feet of space: $200.00.
         B.   Each additional 1,000 square feet or fraction thereof: $35.00.
         C.   One-half of payment is due prior to review of plans, other half is due upon plans approval.
      (3)   Subdivision lots plans review:
         A.   First 50 lots: $100.00 per lot.
         B.   Each additional lot after first 50 lots: $50.00 per lot.
         C.   One-half of payment is due prior to review of plans, other half is due upon plans approval.
      (4)   Commercial or industrial building site plans review:
         A.   First 1,000 square feet of a building: $200.00.
         B.   Each additional 1,000 square feet or fraction thereof: $35.00.
         C.   One-half of payment is due prior to review of plans, other half is due upon plans approval.
   (c)   Costs for Additional Work. Any additional work performed or extra costs incurred by any City department shall be added to the application fee and the applicant shall bear all additional expenses in connection with the matter contained in an application. The additional work performed or extra costs may include, but is not limited to, engineering, architectural, or other professional services.
   (d)   In addition to the established Municipal Engineer plans review fees listed in the previous subsections, the Director of Public Service may authorize and approve a reasonable increase in those fees once per year, beginning after January 1, 2006. No annual increase shall exceed 3%.
(Ord. 3-2005. Passed 2-28-05.)