[CC 1979 §40.200]
Whenever any addition to or subdivision of the City shall be laid out, the proprietor of such addition or subdivision shall cause to be made an accurate map or plat thereof, particularly setting forth and describing:
All parcels of land within such addition or subdivision reserved for public purpose by their boundaries, course or extent, whether they are intended for avenues, streets, lanes, alleys, commons or other public uses.
All lots for sale, by numbers, and stating their precise length and width.
All conditions and covenants upon which the lots will be offered for sale.
[CC 1979 §40.210]
The streets of all such additions or subdivisions, except plats for cemetery purposes, shall conform to the streets of the City so that the streets and avenues of such additions or subdivisions shall, as near as may be, run parallel with or be continuations on a straight line of the streets of the City.
[CC 1979 §40.220]
Whenever any plat of a proposed addition or subdivision shall comply with and conform to the above requirements and the subdivision regulations of this Chapter, it shall be presented to the advisory board, if active, or to the Board of Aldermen who shall accept such plat and order the same placed in full upon the record. Provided that, the Board of Aldermen shall withhold its acceptance of the said plat whenever all taxes against the property proposed to be platted have not been paid.