(A)   Improvements required and/or regulated by this chapter shall be constructed in accordance with adopted engineering drawings and specifications, the standards, requirements, and regulations set forth in this chapter, and other applicable ordinances of the village.
   (B)   If, in the course of construction, the subdivider wishes to significantly modify (as determined by the Village Engineer) the size, type, quality, quantity, and/or location of any or all of the improvements required or regulated by these regulations, the subdivider’s engineer shall submit a written change request to the Village Engineer for review and written approval prior to proceeding with installation of the modified improvement.
   (C)   The developer’s engineer shall conduct an inspection of the constructed improvements, and shall identify any incomplete work or deficiencies in the construction work. A copy of the list which identifies incomplete, deficient, or defective work shall be provided to the village. Upon completion of the construction work needed to address and correct items on said list, the developer’s engineer shall notify the Village Engineer and village that the improvements are substantially complete, and ready for final observation by the village. The notification shall be accompanied by pre-final “record” drawings which depict the constructed improvements, and any other testing results and documents required to verify compliance with requirements during construction.
   (D)   Within approximately two weeks of receipt of the pre-final record drawings and the notification of substantial completion, the Village Engineer shall conduct a final observation of the constructed improvements. The developer’s engineer shall attend the final observation. At that time, the Village Engineer will identify any additional defects, deficiencies, or incomplete work. The developer shall correct the additional defects, deficiencies, or incomplete work identified within a reasonable time thereafter.
   (E)   In the event that the final inspection identifies a significant number (i.e., more than 20) of additional detects, deficiencies, or incomplete work items, the final inspection shall be repeated to verify completion of the corrective construction activities. In the event that a second final inspection is required, the Village Clerk shall bill the subdivider for the village’s cost for the second inspection and any subsequent inspections necessitated by the subdivider’s failure to construct improvements in accordance with approved engineering drawings and  specifications and this chapter. Such costs shall be based on the actual out-of-pocket costs incurred by the village. The subdivider’s construction performance bond shall not be released until the village has been reimbursed for these costs.
   (F)   After all corrective work has been completed, the developer’s engineer shall certify that all improvements have been fully completed and that there are no known defects or deficiencies in the constructed improvements.
(Ord. 97-7, passed 7-1-1997, § 4.17)