§ 153.124  TESTING AND ACCEPTANCE.
   (A)   All pavements shall be tested for compliance with the requirements of this chapter. Pavements will not be accepted that do not conform to all testing requirements.
   (B)   Before final review all pavements shall be cored of thickness by the subdivider in the presence of the Village Engineer or other representative of the village. Two cores shall be taken every 500 feet per lane unless deficiencies are encountered. When deficiencies are encountered, additional cores shall be taken as needed to document the extent of the deficiency. Requirements in the event of deficient pavements thickness shall be as follows:
      (1)   Four percent deficiency will be accepted only in isolated areas;
      (2)   Four percent to 8% deficiency will require the developer to file a five-year maintenance bond with the village in addition to other bonds required. The amount of the bond shall be 150% of the estimated cost of removing and replacing the defective pavement; and
      (3)   Eight percent and over deficiency will be removed and replaced to the thickness shown on the drawings.
   (C)   If portland cement concrete pavement test specimens do not attain the required strength as stated above, then pavement may be accepted if the in-place strength of the concrete meets a minimum strength of at least 3,700 psi, when cored and tested according to American Concrete Institute (ACI) standard methods.
   (D)   (1)   If the in-place pavement strength, air content, or compaction of bituminous concrete is found to be deficient or other obvious defect is found to exist, subject to the review of the Village Engineer, the subdivider shall either:
         (a)   Remove and replace the deficient sections of pavement; or
         (b)   Post a five-year cash bond in the amount of 150% of the estimated cost to remove and replace the deficient pavement.
      (2)   If any significant pavement deterioration or defect appears in the subject pavement within the five- year bond period, the deteriorated or defective section shall be removed and replaced. If no deterioration or defects appear within the five-year period, the bond shall be released.
   (E)   (1)   In the event that the subdivider fails to properly test and document subgrade compaction, air content, slump, and saw cut timing, subgrade compaction, or asphalt compaction, the subdivider shall either:
         (a)   Remove and replace the deficient pavement sections; or
         (b)   Post a five-year cash bond in the amount of 150% of the estimated cost to remove and replace the deficient pavement.
      (2)   If any defect, deficiencies, or other failures appear in the pavement within the five-year bond period, the deficient pavement shall be removed and replaced. If no failures appear within the five-year period, the bond shall be released.
(Ord. 97-7, passed 7-1-1997, § 5.14.10)