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    Sec. 24.1-36. Preliminary Sketch (Not Required).

     

    Sec. 24.1-36. Preliminary sketch (not required).
     
    The subdivider may submit a preliminary sketch of the proposed subdivision to the planning division prior to preparing an engineering preliminary and/or final plat. Submission of the preliminary plat shall not constitute the official filing of a proposed subdivision. The purpose of such preliminary sketch is to permit the planning division to advise the subdivider whether his plans, in general, are in accordance with the requirements of this ordinance. The planning division, upon submission of any preliminary sketch, shall study it, and advise the subdivider within fifteen (15) days whether it appears that changes would be necessary. The planning division may mark the preliminary sketch indicating necessary changes and any such marked sketch should be returned to the planning division with the preliminary plat. The preliminary sketch shall be as follows:
     
    The preliminary sketch may be drawn on white paper, or on a print of a topographic map of the property. It shall be drawn to scale. It shall show the name, location and dimensions of all streets entering the property, adjacent to the property or terminating at the boundary of the property to be subdivided. It shall show the location of all proposed streets, lots, parks, playgrounds and other proposed uses of the land to be subdivided and shall include the approximate dimensions. (Ord. No. O-78-323, 11-14-78; Ord. No. O-10-034, 4-27-10, eff. 7-1-10)
     
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