§ 192-08  Surface Alteration.
   (A)   Approval required.  The surface of any lot, plot or parcel of land may not be filled or substantially altered without first obtaining written approval from the City Engineer. ('80 Code, § 31-154)
   (B)   Obtaining approval.  Prior to issuing written approval, the City Engineer shall require the owner/developer to submit for review a drainage plan showing existing and proposed grades together with calculations showing the volume of storage required and provided.  Such plan and calculations shall be prepared under the direction of a professional engineer registered in this state. ('80 Code, § 31-155)
   (C)   Obtaining approval for single lot.  An alteration which is proposed for a platted residential lot where the work is to be done only on said lot, plans and calculations prepared by a professional engineer will not be required.  The property owner shall submit a sketch to the division of building safety showing the proposed work.  The building official is authorized to assist the property owner in preparing such a sketch and making any computations which may be required. ('80 Code, § 31-156)
   (D)   Approval; a prerequisite for building permit.  The Division of Building Safety shall not issue a building permit until receipt of notification from the City Engineer that a drainage plan has been approved in accordance with this chapter. ('80 Code, § 31-157)
   (E)   Compliance with terms of approval required.  The Division of Building Safety shall not issue a certificate of occupancy until receipt of notification from the City Engineer that construction has been completed in substantial compliance with the approved drainage plan or that subsequent completion has been guaranteed by other means acceptable to the city. ('80 Code, § 31-158)
(Ord. 1670, passed 10-12-77)  Penalty, see § 193-99