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After completion of all public improvements, and at least 60 days before the final acceptance of the subdivision, the developer must submit plans showing the actual location and elevation of all valves, manholes, stubs, services, sewer and water mains, storm sewer with rim and invert elevations, elevation of overflow routes in critical locations, street lights and wiring, storm sewers, centerline of streets, ditches, overflow routes, detention/retention basins (including notations of any deviations from design) and other facilities as the Chief Subdivision Engineer requires. These plans must be printed on 24 inch by 36 inch paper and clearly labeled “as-built” and provided in a digital form (on CD or other approved media) utilizing the latest version of AutoCAD, or other software approved by the Chief Subdivision Engineer. The plans must bear the signature and seal of a state registered professional engineer. Submittal of these plans is a prerequisite to final acceptance of the improvements and to final release of the subdivision guarantee.
(Ord. passed 7-8-1970; Res. 09-167, passed 6-18-2009)