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(A) The subdivider shall cause engineering drawings and specifications to be prepared for all improvements required or regulated by this chapter. The improvements shall be designed to conform to the minimum standards set forth in this chapter and shall also conform to the minimum standards and requirements of other local, state, and federal authorities which have jurisdiction over the subdivision. Engineering drawings and specifications shall be prepared under the supervision of an engineer licensed pursuant to the laws of the state and shall bear the engineer’s seal and signature.
(B) The subdivider shall submit engineering drawings and specifications to the Village Engineer for review prior to the commencement of construction of any improvements required or regulated by this chapter. The Village Engineer shall review engineering drawings and specifications for conformance to this chapter. The Village Engineer shall endeavor to complete her or his review of these documents within three weeks of their receipt.
(C) The subdivider shall submit engineering drawings, specifications, and appropriate application forms to all permitting authorities and pay all costs associated with obtaining the necessary approvals to construct the proposed improvements.
(D) Construction of improvements required or regulated by this chapter shall not commence until the Village Engineer and the Board of Trustees have approved, in writing, the site engineering drawings and specifications for the improvements. They also shall not commence until all required permits are obtained, all fees are paid to the permitting agencies and to the village, and all the required forms have been submitted and approved.
(E) The developer’s engineer shall furnish the Village Engineer three sets of approved engineering drawings and specifications prior to starting any construction operations.
(F) The drawing sheets shall be 24 inch by 36 inch. The minimum graphic scale shall be one inch equals 50 feet, or other scale as authorized by the Village Engineer. Lettering shall be at least one-tenth inch in height for full-size prints. The drawings shall include the following items as required for the particular development:
(1) Cover sheet depicting the project location and the engineer’s embossed seal and original signature; also see “Procedures” for Village certificates required;
(2) Topographic map showing existing contours and spot elevations and proposed contours and spot elevations related to National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929, or 1988, as indicated (mean sea level) with a contour interval not greater than two feet;
(3) Grading plan, with proposed contours and any surface drainage components;
(4) Street plan with typical sections;
(5) Street profiles;
(6) Storm sewer plan;
(7) Storm sewer profiles;
(8) Sanitary sewer plan and service wyes;
(9) Sanitary sewer profiles;
(10) Water distribution plan, including valves, hydrants, fittings, and services; and
(11) Details, general notes, benchmarks, and complete construction details.
(Ord. 97-7, passed 7-1-1997, § 5.2)