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At the time of making the survey of the final map or parcel map, the engineer or surveyor shall set sufficient durable monuments to conform with the standards described in Section 66495 of the Subdivision Map Act so that another engineer or surveyor may readily retrace the survey. One exterior boundary line of the land being subdivided shall be monumented or referenced before the map is recorded. The remaining monuments shall be set within one year following the recordation of the subdivision. The monuments shall be set as follows:
(a) Exterior boundary monuments shall be set at or near each boundary corner and at intermediate points approximately one thousand (1,000’) feet apart or at such lesser distances as may be necessary by topography to ensure accuracy in the reestablishment of any point or line without unreasonable difficulty.
(b) Center line monuments shall be set to mark the intersections of all public and private roads, streets, alleys, or ways. Center tine monuments shall also be set to mark either the beginning and ending of curves or the points of intersection of tangents thereof.
(c) Corner monuments shall be set at or near each lot corner, except that the City Engineer may waive certain corner monumenting where standard monumenting would not be feasible or beneficial in retracing a survey.
(Ord. 744-NS, eff. April 17, 1980)