1242.03   PROCEDURE FOR SECURING APPROVAL OF SUBDIVISION IMPROVEMENT PLAN.
   (a)   The developer shall do all of the following:
      (1)   Discuss the proposed plan of subdivision, while in sketch form, with the Planning Commission and the Board of Public Affairs, noting:
         A.   External factors having a significant relation to the subdivision design.
         B.   The availability of sewer and water mains.
         C.   Compliance with these Subdivision Regulations.
      (2)   Discuss proposed methods of:
         A.   Sanitary sewage disposal and/or storm drainage at the office of the Board of Public Affairs.
         B.   Water supply at the office of the Medina County Sanitary Engineers.
      (3)   Prepare tentative layout, giving consideration to the items noted above, and transmit two prints to the Planning Commission and one print each to the Medina County Sanitary Engineers and Council for preliminary study.
      (4)   Incorporate, in the Subdivision Improvement Plan, the items agreed to after study of the plat and transmit two corrected prints to the Planning Commission and one each to the Board of Public Affairs, Council and Medina County Sanitary Engineers.
   (b)   (1)   After the submission of the completed Subdivision Improvement Plan, the Planning Commission, after study and consideration of the staff report thereon, shall take formal action authorizing the development to proceed in accordance with the provisions of the Subdivision Improvement Plan. The Commission shall so inform the developer and request seven blueprints. These shall be stamped in accordance with the Commission's action and distributed as follows:  One file copy, one to the Board of Public Affairs, two to the developer and three for the Planning Commission files.
      (2)   The developer may then apply to the Board of Public Affairs and Medina County Sanitary Engineers for a permit to install public improvements within the subdivision.  (See Section 1246.08, Permits and Deposits) After the submission of the completed Subdivision Improvement Plan, if Commission fails to authorize the development to proceed; the developer shall be so informed by letter, noting the reasons therefor, including a citation of or reference to the regulations violated by the plan.
   (c)   The authorization to proceed, as set forth in division (b), shall remain in effect for a period of three years, after which time, the Subdivision Improvement Plan may be subject to review by the Commission and Council prior to the renewal of such authorization for an additional three-year period.
(Ord. 2013-01. Passed 2-5-13; Ord. 2019-04. Passed 4-2-19.)