Town of Ellicott, NY
Chautauqua County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Ellicott 1-16-1980 as L.L. No. 1-1980. Sections 130-1, 130-2, 130-4A(5) and (6), 130-5A(2), B(7) and C(1), (4) and (5)(a) and 130-13B amended and § 130-13A(11) added at time of adoption of Code; see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art I. Other amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Flood damage prevention — See Ch. 73.
Site plan review — See Ch. 121.
Street dedications — See Ch. 131.
Zoning — See Ch. 146.
130a Street Design Standards

§ 130-1 Purpose.

[Amended 9-5-1990 by L.L. No. 2-1990]
It is hereby declared to be the policy of the Town of Ellicott that the subdivision and development of land for residential, industrial and commercial or other purposes be regulated in such a manner as to meet the following requirements for orderly and harmonious growth for both present and future residents: Land to be subdivided and developed shall be of such a nature that it can be used safely without danger to health or any danger of fire, flood, erosion, noise, pollution or other menace. Suitable provisions shall be made for proper storm drainage, water supply, sewage disposal, fire protection and other appropriate utility services. Proposed streets shall provide a safe, convenient and functional system for vehicular circulation, which will properly relate to the current street system. Streets shall be of such a width, grade and location as to accommodate prospective traffic as determined by existing and probable land uses. Buildings, lots, blocks and streets shall be so arranged as to allow adequate light, view and air; to facilitate fire protection; and to provide ample access for fire-fighting equipment to buildings. Land shall be subdivided and/or developed with all due regard to topography to assure the natural beauty, drainage and vegetation of the land.

§ 130-2 Definitions.

For the purpose of these regulations, certain words and terms used herein are defined as follows:
EASEMENT
Authorization by a property owner for the use by another, and for a specified purpose, of any designated part of the property.
PLANNING BOARD
The Planning Board of the Town of Ellicott.
A. 
An informal plan, not necessarily to exact scale, indicating salient existing features of a tract and its surroundings and the general layout of a proposed subdivision.
B. 
A tentative subdivision plat, in lesser detail than the final plat, indicating the approximate proposed layout of a subdivision as a basis for study and consideration prior to preparation of the final plat. This is the final step in minor subdivisions.
C. 
The final map and description on which the exact subdivision plan is presented for approval and which, if approved, will be submitted to the County Clerk for recording.
STREET
Includes streets, roads, avenues, lanes or other traffic ways, between right-of-way lines.
A. 
A street which serves or is designed to serve heavy flows of traffic and which is used primarily as a route for traffic between communities and/or other heavy traffic-generating areas.
B. 
A street which serves or is to serve as a traffic way for a neighborhood or as a feeder to a major street.
C. 
A street intended to serve primarily as an access to abutting properties.
D. 
A street or portion of a street with only one vehicular traffic outlet.
E. 
The wearing or exposed surface of the roadway used by vehicular traffic.
F. 
The width of a right-of-way, measured at right angles to the center line of the street.
A. 
Any person, firm or corporation, partnership or association who shall lay out any subdivision or part thereof as defined herein either for himself or others.[1]
B. 
The division of any parcel of land into two or more lots, with or without streets or highways, and includes resubdivision.
C. 
Any subdivision not classified as a minor subdivision, including but not limited to subdivisions of five or more lots or any size subdivision requiring any new street or extension of municipal facilities.
D. 
Any subdivision containing not more than four lots fronting on an existing street, not involving any new street or road or the extension of municipal facilities (water and sewer) and not adversely affecting the development of the remainder of the parcel or adjoining property and not in conflict with any provision or portion of the Master Plan, Official Map or Zoning Ordinance,[2] if such exists, or these regulations.
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code; see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I.
[2]
Editor's Note: See Ch. 146, Zoning.

§ 130-3 Minor subdivision procedure.

A. 
Any owner of land shall, prior to subdividing or resubdividing land, submit to the Secretary of the Planning Board, 10 days prior to the regular meeting, two copies of a sketch plan or a proposed subdivision and data as specified in Article II.
B. 
The subdivider or his authorized representative shall meet with the Planning Board to discuss the requirements of these regulations for street improvements, drainage, sewage, water supply, fire protection and other aspects pertaining to the development.
C. 
After review of the sketch plan, it will then be determined as to whether or not this is to be classified as a minor or major subdivision. The Board may require, however, when it deems it necessary for protection of the public health, safety and welfare, that a minor subdivision comply with all or some of the requirements specified for major subdivisions.
D. 
The Board shall determine whether the sketch plan meets the purposes of the regulations set forth and shall, if necessary, make recommendations in writing to be incorporated by the applicant in the next submission to the Planning Board.

§ 130-4 Minor subdivision approval.

A. 
Within six months after the classification of the sketch plan as a minor subdivision by the Planning Board, the subdivider shall submit an application for approval of a subdivision plat. Failure to do so shall require the resubmission of a sketch plan for reclassification.
(1) 
All applications for plat approval for minor subdivisions shall be accompanied by a fee of $100.
(2) 
Four copies of the subdivision plat shall be presented to the Clerk of the Board at the time of submission of the subdivision plat.
(3) 
The subdivider or representative shall attend the Planning Board meeting at the time of submission of the subdivision plat.
(4) 
The submission date shall be deemed the date which the plat and fees are received at a Planning Board meeting.
(5) 
A public hearing shall be held by the Planning Board within 90 days from the time of submission of the subdivision plat for approval. The public hearing will be advertised in the town newspaper at least five days prior to such hearing.
[Amended 9-5-1990 by L.L. No. 2-1990]
(6) 
The Planning Board shall, within 90 days from the date of the public hearing, act to conditionally approve, conditionally approve with modification, disapprove or grant final approval and authorize the signing of the subdivision plat. This time may be extended by mutual consent of the subdivider and the Planning Board. Failure of the Planning Board to act within such time shall constitute approval of the plat.
[Amended 9-5-1990 by L.L. No. 2-1990]
B. 
Upon granting conditional approval with or without modification to the plat, the Planning Board shall empower a duly authorized officer to sign the plat upon compliance with such conditions and requirements as may be stated in its resolution of conditional approval. Within five days of the resolution granting conditional approval, the plat shall be certified by the Clerk of the Planning Board as conditionally approved, a copy shall be filed in his office and a certified copy mailed to the subdivider. The copy mailed to the subdivider shall include a certified statement of such requirements which, when completed, will authorize the signing of the conditionally approved plat. Upon completion of such requirements, the plat shall be signed by the duly designated officer of the Planning Board. Conditional approval of a plat shall expire 180 days after the date of the resolution granting such approval unless the requirements have been certified as completed within that time. The Planning Board may, however, extend the time within which a conditionally approved plat may be submitted for signature, if, in its opinion, such extension is warranted in the circumstances, for not to exceed two additional periods of 90 days each.

§ 130-5 Major subdivision procedure; approval.

The following procedure is specified for the guidance of the subdivider. Since the development of land affects many aspects of community growth, the subdivider is advised to consult with officials concerned with engineering, health, assessments, schools, recreations and other public functions in addition to those designated in these regulations.
A. 
Sketch plat procedure.
(1) 
Prior to applying for approval of a preliminary plat, the subdivider shall submit to the Planning Board a sketch plan and date as specified in Article II.
(2) 
The Planning Board shall designate a date with the subdivider, which date shall be within 30 days from the date of submission.
[Amended 9-5-1990 by L.L. No. 2-1990]
(3) 
The subdivider and the Planning Board shall discuss the property in regards to zoning requirements, existing developments and other problems which may be encountered.
B. 
Preliminary plat procedure.
(1) 
The subdivider shall consult with the Chautauqua County Health Department if the subdivision involves five lots or more.
(2) 
If installation of a sewer system is involved, the subdivider shall consult with the Sewer Commission or Town Board for approval.
(3) 
The subdivider shall submit to the Planning Board a preliminary plat, together with the same supplementary materials as indicated in Article II.
(4) 
One copy of the preliminary plat and supplementary material should be presented, plus two additional office copies.
(5) 
The subdivider shall pay a fee of $100 to cover the cost of administration.
(6) 
The Planning Board should review the preliminary plat and related material showing conformity to regulations and the type and extent of improvement.
(7) 
Within 90 days from the date of submission of the preliminary plat, which period may be extended with the subdivider's consent, the Planning Board shall take action to conditionally approve with modification, or disapprove such preliminary plat. The grounds for disapproval shall be stated upon the records of the Planning Board. Failure of the Planning Board to act within the ninety-day period shall be stated upon the records of the Planning Board. Failure of the Planning Board to act within the ninety-day period shall constitute a conditional approval of the preliminary plat. The submission date shall be deemed the date which the plat and fees are received at a Planning Board meeting.
[Amended 9-5-1990 by L.L. No. 2-1990]
(8) 
Approval of a preliminary plat shall not constitute approval of the final plat. It shall be deemed an expression of approval to the layout submitted on the preliminary plat as a guide to be closely followed in the final plat which will be submitted by the subdivider to the Planning Board for approval and for recording upon fulfillment of the requirements of these regulations and conditions of approval.
(9) 
Approval of a preliminary plat may not be revoked by the Planning Board unless a substantial change in the character of the area or the availability of new information about the site and its surroundings indicate the unsuitability of the development, as shown on the preliminary plat. Before such revocation, the subdivider shall be informed, in writing, of the reasons therefor, and shall be given an opportunity to be heard before the Planning Board.
(10) 
Approval of the Planning Board shall expire after six months from the date of approval. Extensions for periods of six months may be granted by the Planning Board upon application.
C. 
Final plat procedure.
(1) 
The final plat shall conform substantially to the preliminary plat, as approved, and, if desired by the subdivider, it may constitute only that section of the approved preliminary plat which he proposed to record and develop at the time, provided that such section constitutes at least 25% of lots and in no case shall be less than five lots.
[Amended 9-5-1990 by L.L. No. 2-1990]
(2) 
Three copies of any changes made between the preliminary plat and the final plat shall be filed with the Board at this time with a copy of application for final approval.
(3) 
At the time of filing of the final plat, the subdivider shall also submit materials as required in Article II.
(4) 
A public hearing shall be held by the Planning Board within 90 days after the time of submission of a final plat for approval, which hearing shall be advertised in the town newspaper at least five days before such hearing. The submission date shall be deemed the date which the plat and fees are received at a Planning Board meeting.
[Amended 9-5-1990 by L.L. No. 2-1990]
(5) 
Time limits.
(a) 
The Planning Board shall, within 45 days from the date of the closing of the public hearing, act to conditionally approve, conditionally approve with modification, disapprove or grant final approval or grant final approval and authorize the signing of the subdivision plat. This time may be extended by mutual consent of the subdivider and the Planning Board. Failure of the Planning Board to act within such time shall constitute approval of the plat.
[Amended 9-5-1990 by L.L. No. 2-1990]
(b) 
Upon granting conditional approval with or without modification to the plat, the Planning Board shall empower a duly authorized officer to sign the plat upon compliance with such conditions and requirements as may be stated in its resolution of conditional approval. Within five days of the resolution granting conditional approval, the plat shall be certified by the Clerk of the Planning Board as conditionally approved, a copy shall be filed in his office, and a certified copy mailed to the subdivider. The copy mailed to the subdivider shall include a certified statement of such requirements which, when completed, will authorize the signing of the conditionally approved plat. Upon completion of such requirements, the plat shall be signed by the duly designated officer of the Planning Board. Conditional approval of a plat shall expire 180 days after the date of the resolution granting such approval unless the requirements have been certified as completed within that time. The Planning Board may, however, extend the time within which a conditionally approved plat may be submitted for signature, if, in its opinion, such extension is warranted in the circumstances, for not to exceed two additional periods of 90 days each.
(6) 
Within 30 days from the recording of the final plat or any approved section thereof, the owner shall file with the Planning Board a copy of the plat certified by the County Clerk to be a true copy of the recorded plat.
(7) 
In the event of disapproval, the grounds for such action shall be stated in the records of the Planning Board, and a copy of such decision shall be sent to the subdivider.
(8) 
Drawings showing the location of all required improvements as built shall be certified by a licensed land surveyor or licensed engineer and filed with the Planning Board within 30 days prior to the acceptance of the improvements by the town. Until such as-built plans are filed, no performance bond guaranteeing the completion of such improvements shall be released.

§ 130-6 Development standards.

The following planning and design standards shall be complied with except where the Planning Board finds that, because of exceptional and unique conditions of topography, location, shape, size, drainage or other physical features of the site, the minimum standards specified herein would not reasonably protect or provide for the public welfare. These improvements shall be made before acceptance by the town.
A. 
Streets.
(1) 
The arrangement, character, width, grade and location of all streets shall conform to the Master Plan, if any, and shall be considered in relation to present and planned streets.
(2) 
Whenever possible, the streets in a subdivision should provide for the continuation of present streets.
(3) 
Minor streets should be laid out so that their use by through traffic will be discouraged.
(4) 
Intersections of minor streets with arterial and collector streets shall be held to a minimum to avoid hazard.
(5) 
Half streets shall be prohibited except where it is necessary to provide the remaining half of a previously approved half street.
(6) 
No names shall be used which will duplicate or be confused with the names of existing streets in the Town of Ellicott. Streets that are the extensions of or in alignment with existing streets shall bear the same name of that street. The Planning Board shall approve all new street names.
(7) 
No dead-end streets shall be permitted without a suitable turnaround. Dead-end streets which in the future will connect with future streets in adjoining tracts shall also provide a suitable turnaround. Arrangements shall be made that the portions of the turnarounds revert to the proper property owners when they are extended.

§ 130-7 Design standards.

A. 
Block size. Blocks generally shall not be less than 400 feet nor more than 1,200 feet in length. In general, no block width shall be less than twice the normal lot depth.
B. 
Lot size.
(1) 
Lot size, width, depth, shape and orientation shall be appropriate for the location of the subdivision and for the type of development and use proposed.
(2) 
Side lot lines shall be substantially at right angles or radial to street lines.
(3) 
Double frontage and reverse frontage lots should be avoided.
(4) 
Corner lots should be larger than the interior lots to provide for proper building setback from each street and provide a desirable building site.
(5) 
The subdivision shall provide each lot with satisfactory access to a street approved by the town.
(6) 
The Planning Board will review the layout and size of lots and approve or disapprove them, taking into consideration state regulations, future development of utilities and other considerations.
C. 
Drainage.
(1) 
All subdivisions shall be related to the overall drainage pattern of the town. The storm drainage plans shall reflect potential surface runoff within the drainage after development so as not to create hardships upon the area through which such runoff shall drain.
(2) 
Where such subdivision is traversed by a watercourse, drainageway or stream, there shall be provided a drainage easement conforming substantially to the lines of such watercourse and of such width as to encompass the one-hundred-year flood area of such watercourse, or to encompass the flood of record plus three feet in elevation.
(3) 
Rights-of-way for stormwater must be sufficient for facilities to handle not only the anticipated discharge from the property being subdivided, but also the anticipated runoff that will occur when property at a higher elevation in the drainage basin is developed.
D. 
Natural features.
(1) 
Whenever possible, subdividers should preserve all the natural features which would be of value to the community as a whole. Included are large trees, watercourses, historic spots and exceptional views.
(2) 
There should be trees on each lot spaced at appropriate intervals.
(3) 
No trees shall be planted within the street right-of-way. Trees shall be located at least five feet inside the property line.
E. 
Easements.
(1) 
Easements across lots or centered on rear or side lot lines shall be provided for utilities where they are anticipated.
(2) 
Permanent utility easements normally need not exceed 20 feet in width, although exceptional circumstances may require additional width.

§ 130-8 Required improvements.

The following improvements shall be installed by the subdivider prior to the approval of the final plat; or, alternately, he shall post a performance bond or other reasonable assurance that the improvements will be made. Utility and street improvements shall be provided in accordance with the following:
A. 
Public water, where required, in accordance with existing standards.
B. 
Sanitary sewer system, where required, in accordance with the Sewer Commission and the Chautauqua County Department of Health.
C. 
Streets in accordance with the design standards stated in § 130-6 and with approval of the Planning Board.
D. 
Storm sewer system and other drainage improvements in accordance with procedures and standards in accordance with approval by the Town of Ellicott Planning Board.
E. 
Streetlighting according to plans and specifications approved by the Planning Board.
F. 
Fire hydrants, a maximum of 500 feet apart in areas where public water is available and required. The hydrant must be of a kind that is approved by the local Fire Department.
G. 
Street name signs at all intersections, the design of which shall be approved by the Highway Superintendent.

§ 130-9 Waivers.

A. 
Where the Planning Board finds that, due to the special circumstances of a particular plat, the provision of certain required improvements is not requisite in the interest of the public health, safety and general welfare or is inappropriate because of inadequacy or lack of connecting facilities adjacent to or in proximity with the proposed subdivision, it may waive such requirements subject to appropriate conditions, provided that such waiver will not have the effect of nullifying the intent and purpose of the Official Map, the Master Plan or the Zoning Ordinance,[1] if such exists.
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. 146, Zoning.
B. 
In granting waivers, the Planning Board shall require such conditions as will, in its judgment, secure substantially the objectives of the standards or requirements so waived.

§ 130-10 Sketch plan.

The sketch plan initially submitted to the Planning Board shall be based on Tax Map information or some other similarly accurate base map at a scale [preferably not less than 200 feet to the inch] to enable the entire tract to be shown on one sheet. The sketch plan shall be submitted, showing the following information:
A. 
The location of that portion which is to be subdivided in relation to the entire tract and the distance to the nearest existing street intersection.
B. 
All existing structures, wooded areas, streams and other significant physical features, within the portion to be subdivided and within 200 feet thereof. If topographic conditions are significant, contours shall also be indicated at intervals of not more than 10 feet.
C. 
The name of the owner and of all adjoining property owners as disclosed by the most recent municipal tax records.
D. 
The Tax Map sheet, block and lot numbers, if available.
E. 
All the utilities available, and all streets which are either proposed, mapped or built.
F. 
The proposed pattern of lots (including lot width and depth), street layout, recreation areas, systems of drainage, sewerage and water supply within the subdivided area. (See § 130-11C.)
G. 
All existing restrictions on the use of land, including easements, covenants or zoning lines.

§ 130-11 Minor subdivision plat.

In the case of minor subdivision only, the subdivision plan application shall include the following information:
A. 
A copy of such covenants or deed restrictions as are intended to cover all or part of the tract.
B. 
An actual field survey of the boundary lines of the tract, giving complete descriptive data by bearing and distances, made and certified to be a licensed land surveyor. The corners of the tract shall also be located on the ground and marked by monuments as approved by the Planning Board and shall be referenced and shown on the plat.
C. 
All on-site sanitation and water supply facilities shall be designed to meet the minimum specification of the State Department of Health, and a note to this effect shall be stated on the plat and signed by a licensed engineer.
D. 
Proposed subdivision name and the name of the town and county in which it is located.
E. 
The date, North point, map scale, name and address of record owner and subdivider.

§ 130-12 Major subdivision preliminary plat; accompanying data.

The following documents shall be submitted for approval:
A. 
Three copies of the preliminary plat prepared at a scale of not more than 100, but preferably not less than 50, feet to the inch, showing:
(1) 
Proposed subdivision name, name of town and county in which it is located, date, true North point, scale, name and address of the record owner, subdivider and engineer or surveyor, including license number and seal.
(2) 
The name of all subdivisions immediately adjacent, and the name of the owners of record of all adjacent property.
(3) 
Zoning district, including exact boundary lines of the district, if more than one district, and any proposed changes in the zoning district lines and/or the Zoning Ordinance[1] text applicable to the area to be subdivided.
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. 146, Zoning.
(4) 
All parcels of land proposed to be dedicated to public use and the conditions of such dedication.
(5) 
Location of existing property lines, easements, buildings, watercourses, marshes, rock outcrops, wooded areas, single trees measured three feet above the base of the trunk, and other significant existing features for the proposed subdivision and adjacent property.
(6) 
Location of existing sewers, water mains, culverts and drains on the property, with pipe sizes, grades and direction of flow.
(7) 
Contours with intervals of five feet or less as required by the Board, including elevations on existing roads. Approximate grading plan if natural contours are to be changed more than two feet.
(8) 
The width and location of any streets or public ways or places shown on the Official Map or the Master Plan, if such exists, within the area to be subdivided, and the width, location, grades and street profiles of all streets or public ways proposed by the developer.
(9) 
The approximate location and size of all proposed waterlines, valves, hydrants and sewer lines, and fire alarm boxes. Connection to existing lines or alternate means of water supply or sewage disposal and treatment as provided in the Public Health Law. Profiles of all proposed water and sewer lines.
(10) 
Storm drainage plan indicating the approximate location and size of proposed lines and their profiles. Connection to existing lines or alternate means of disposal.
(11) 
Plans and cross sections showing the proposed location and type of sidewalks, streetlighting standards, street trees, curbs, water mains, sanitary sewers and storm drains, and the size and type thereof, the character, width and depth of pavements and subbase, the location of manholes, basins and underground conduits.
(12) 
Preliminary designs of any bridges or culverts which may be required.
(13) 
The proposed lot lines with approximate dimensions and area of each lot.
(14) 
Where the topography is such as to make difficult the inclusion of any of the required facilities within the public areas as laid out, the preliminary plat shall show the boundaries of proposed permanent easements over or under private property, which permanent easements shall not be less than 20 feet in width and which shall provide satisfactory across to an existing public highway or other public highway or public open space shown on the subdivision or the Official Map.
(15) 
An actual field survey of the boundary line of the tract, giving complete descriptive data by bearings and distances, made and certified to by a licensed land surveyor. The corners of the tract shall also be located on the ground and marked by substantial monuments of such size and type as approved by the Planning Board and shall be referenced and shown on the plat.
B. 
If the application covers only a part of the subdivider's entire holding, a map of the entire tract, drawn at a scale of not less than 400 feet to the inch showing an outline of the platted area with its proposed streets and an indication of the probable future street system with its grades and drainage in the remaining portion of the tract and the probable future drainage layout of the entire tract, shall be submitted. The part of the subdivider's entire holdings submitted shall be considered in the light of the entire holdings.
C. 
A copy of such covenants or deed restrictions as are intended to cover all or part of the tract.

§ 130-13 Major subdivision final plat; accompanying data.

A. 
The following documents shall be submitted for the plat approval, which plat shall be suitable for filing by the Chautauqua County Clerk and shall be prepared in customary engineering standards, and the plat shall show:
(1) 
Proposed subdivision name or identifying title and the name of the town and county in which the subdivision is located; the name and address of the record owner and subdivider; and the name, license number and seal of the licensed land surveyor.
(2) 
Street lines, pedestrianways, lots, reservations, easements and areas to be dedicated to public use.
(3) 
Sufficient data acceptable to the Planning Board to determine readily the location, bearing and length of every street line, lot line, boundary line, and to reproduce such lines upon the ground. Where applicable, these should be referenced to monuments included in the state system of plane coordinates and, in any event, should be tied to reference points previously established by a public authority.
(4) 
The length and bearing of all straight lines, radii, length of curves and central angles of all curves and tangent bearings shall be given for each street. All dimensions and angles of the lines of each lot shall also be given. All dimensions shall be shown in feet and decimals of a foot. The plat shall show the boundaries of the property, location, graphic scale and true North point.
(5) 
The plat shall also show by proper designation thereon all public open spaces for which deeds are included and those spaces title to which is reserved by the developer. For any of the latter, there shall be submitted with the subdivision plat copies of agreements or other documents showing the manner in which such areas are to be maintained and the provisions made therefor.
(6) 
All offers of cession and covenants governing the maintenance of unceded open space shall bear the certificate of approval of the Town Attorney as to their legal sufficiency.
(7) 
Lots and blocks within a subdivision shall be numbered and lettered in alphabetical order in accordance with the prevailing town practice.
(8) 
Permanent reference monuments shall be shown and shall be constructed in accordance with specification of the Planning Board. When referenced to the state system of plane coordinates, they shall also conform to the requirements of the State Department of Transportation. They shall be placed as required by the Planning Board, and their location noted and referenced upon the plat.
(9) 
All lot corner markers shall be permanently located satisfactorily to the Planning Board, at least 3/4 inch (if metal) in diameter and at least 24 inches in length, and located in the ground to existing grade.
(10) 
Monuments of a type approved by the Planning Board shall be set at all corners and angle points of the boundaries of the original tract to be subdivided; and at all street intersections, angle points in street lines, points of curve and such intermediate points as shall be required by the Planning Board.
(11) 
The information required to be provided under § 130-11 as if this were a minor subdivision plat shall be submitted, except that in the event of any conflict between this section and § 130-11, the provisions of this section shall apply.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Added at time of adoption of Code; see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I.
B. 
Construction drawings, including plans, profiles and typical cross sections, as required, shall be submitted, showing the proposed location, size and type of streets, sidewalks, streetlighting standards, street trees, curbs, water mains, sanitary sewers and storm drains, pavement and subbase, manholes, catchbasins and other facilities.[2]
[2]
Editor's Note: Added at time of adoption of Code; see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I.