Prior to the adoption of Ord. 21095 on 09/19/2011, Section 25-31 read as follows.


    (a) The subdivider may file an administrative plat with the director of public works for lots in nonresidential subdivisions, provided the tract meets the following criteria:

    (1)    No new streets are involved;

    (2)    The tract has previously been subdivided through planning and zoning commission review;

    (3)    If a public utility extension is necessary, the following are required:

        a.    Approval of construction plans;

        b.    A performance bond, irrevocable letter of credit, or an approved equivalent, to guarantee the completion of such extensions;

        c.    Dedication of all necessary easements by separate documents.

    (b) An administrative plat may be filed for residential lots, subject to the criteria listed in (a) above, except that no additional lot or lots may be created as a result of a residential administrative plat.

    (c) The application shall be accompanied by:

    (1)    An appropriate fee for recording the plat with the recorder of deeds;

    (2)    Three (3) copies of construction plans.

    (d) On approval of the administrative plat, the director of public works shall sign the plat and cause the same to be recorded with the recorder of deeds.

    (e) No occupancy permit shall be issued under this section unless and until the requirements of this section are met and such extensions are completed.

    (f)   If the director of public works refuses to approve an administrative plat, the director of planning and development shall, at the request of the subdivider, forward a replat of the property to the city manager for council consideration.

(Ord. No. 15165, § 1, 3-3-97)

(Code 1964, § 19.531; Ord. No. 10099, § 1, 3-5-84; Ord. No. 14483, § 1, 5-15-95)