§ 154.033  SUBDIVISION PLATS TO BE APPROVED AFTER MAJOR STREET PLAN ADOPTED; EXTRATERRITORIAL JURISDICTION OF CITY; REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS BY PLANNING COMMISSION.
   From and after the time when the city council shall have adopted a comprehensive plan which includes at least a major street plan or shall have progressed in its comprehensive planning to the stage of making and adoption of a major street plan, and shall have filed a certified copy of the major street plan in the office of the register of deeds of the county, no plat of a subdivision of land lying within the city, or of land within the joint jurisdictional area and not located in any other municipality, shall be filed or recorded until it shall have been submitted to and a report and recommendations thereon made by the planning commission to the city council and the city council has approved the plat. This section shall be applicable to land within three miles of the city limits of the city and not located in any other municipality only if the comprehensive plan or major street plan includes that land. However, in the case of extra municipal land lying within three miles of more than one city, the jurisdiction of each municipality shall terminate at a boundary line equidistant from the respective corporate limits of the cities, unless otherwise agreed to by a majority vote of the governing body of each city. The plats shall, after report and recommendations of the planning commission are made and filed, be approved or disapproved by the city council. The planning commission shall make its recommendation to the city council within 60 days of submission.
(1957 Rev. Ords., § 2.918; 1992 Code, § 32-35)  (Ord. 1992, passed 8-3-1959)
Cross-reference:
   Subdivisions, see ch. 157