§ 151.065  DESIGN AND INSTALLATION OF IMPROVEMENTS.
   All required improvements shall be:
   (A)   Designed and constructed in accordance with the city’s Infrastructure Design Criteria Manual and all other applicable city specifications;
   (B)   Installed per plans prepared by and under the construction administration of the subdivider’s engineer. Said plans shall be approved by the Public Works Official and/or the City Engineer before the commencement of construction;
   (C)   Installed subject to inspection and approval by the Public Works Official, Planning Official, and/or City Engineer;
   (D)   Subject to the requirement that any changes to the approved plans shall be submitted as change orders by the subdivider’s engineer to the Planning Official and approved by the Public Works Official and/or the City Engineer before the commencement of construction;
   (E)   Certified by the subdivider’s engineer who shall provide one set of stamped, as-built plans to the Planning Official within 30 days after the final inspection and approval of the improvements by the Public Works Official and/or City Engineer. Failure to submit said as-built plans in a timely manner shall result in the denial of building permits and municipal utility connections within the subdivision until the drawings are accepted by the Planning Official; and
   (F)   Subject to a warranty against defective workmanship or materials by the subdivider for a period of two years after the final inspection and approval of the improvements by the Public Works Official and/or City Engineer. The subdivider shall make all needed repairs to such improvements at the direction, inspection, and approval of the Public Works Official and/or City Engineer. The Public Works Official and/or city is hereby authorized to make such repairs at the subdivider’s expense if, within ten days after the first class mailing of a notice in writing to the subdivider, the subdivider neglects to make, or undertake with due diligence to make, the directed repairs. However, in the case of an emergency where, in the judgment of the Public Works Official and/or City Engineer, delay would cause serious loss or damage, repairs may be made immediately after the mailing of said notice and the subdivider shall pay the cost of such repairs.
(Ord. #115, passed 2-16-2017)