(A)   The Chief Subdivision Engineer must review the final plat to determine if:
      (1)   It is in substantial conformance with the approved preliminary plat;
      (2)   It complies with all county-imposed conditions of approval;
      (3)   It complies with all applicable county ordinances;
      (4)   It complies with all conditions of approval imposed by the State Department of Natural Resources, United States Army Corps of Engineers and Federal Emergency Management Agency and any other applicable agency;
      (5)   It contains all required signatures and none of the signatures are more than 90 days old;
      (6)   Water and sewer improvements have been approved by appropriate municipal, state or special district offices, if applicable;
      (7)   An address map for the subdivision has been approved by the County Land Use Department in accordance with the Street Numbering and Street Sign
      (8)   The design engineer has identified the location of floodplains, wetlands and other sensitive areas as identified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, United States Army Corps of Engineers, State Department of Natural Resources, the State Environmental Protection Agency and the County Land Use Department and County Highway Department and has secured the necessary permits and/or map revisions and has met the requirements of any other federal, state or local agency;
      (9)   All stormwater management facilities, including stormwater detention basins, storm sewers and floodplains are located in proper drainage easements;
      (10)   All open space and environmentally sensitive areas to be set aside and preserved as common areas are properly deed restricted or placed in a conservation easement; and
      (11)   Proof of responsibility for maintenance of all community improvements has been submitted and approved by the county.
   (B)   A final plat may not be approved if it does not comply with the criteria of division (A) above or if:
      (1)   There are more than minor deviations from the approved preliminary plat;
      (2)   The preliminary plat approval has lapsed in accordance with § 154.361; or
      (3)   A new highway, pipeline or other major feature has directly affected the site.
(Ord. passed 7-8-1970; Res. 09-167, passed 6-18-2009)