§ 154.076  MONUMENTS.
   (A)   (1)   Permanent reference monuments, of stone or reinforced concrete and at least 24 inches in length and three and one-half inches by three and one-half inches square with suitable center point, shall be set flush with the finished grade.
      (2)   Such monuments shall be located at all street corners, at all points where street lines intersect exterior boundaries and at angle points and points of curvature and tangency in each street.
   (B)   Monuments of metal pipe at least three-fourths of an inch in outside diameter or solid metal rod one-half inch or more in diameter and at least 18 inches in length shall be set in place flush with the finished grade at all intersections of alleys with streets, at all points on alleys, and boundary lines where there is a change in direction or curvature, and at all lot corners.
   (C)   Prior to setting monuments, rough staking is permitted for purposes of installing utilities.
   (D)   (1)   Upon completion of subdivision streets, sewers, and other improvements, the subdivider shall make certain that all monuments required by the agent are clearly visible for inspection and use.
      (2)   Such monuments shall be inspected and approved by the agent before any improvements are accepted by the county.
   (E)   (1)   Any person, developer, builder, firm, or corporation shall take the necessary precautions to protect all monuments and metal markers during construction.
      (2)   Any monument which is moved or destroyed shall be immediately reported to the agent and shall be replaced by the subdivider as directed by the agent.
(Ord. passed 8-10-1989)  Penalty, see § 154.999