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Minor Subdivision Plat
A. Purpose. Minor Subdivision Plats are not required to comply with the sketch Plat or Preliminary Plat provisions of this Chapter.
B. Submission Requirements.
1. An application for a Minor Subdivision Plat shall be submitted on forms prescribed for this purpose by the Director along with the application fee in accordance with Addendum A.
2. Minor Subdivision Plat applications shall be accompanied by Minor Subdivision Plat in compliance with applicable Final Plat requirements provided for in Section 440.140(B).
3. Lots in the Subdivision shall meet all applicable requirements of the Zoning Code.
C. Review Procedure. Minor Subdivision Plats shall be reviewed by the Commission and follow the review procedures provided for in Section 440.100(C) of this Chapter.
D. Minor Subdivision Plat Approval.
1. Once approval is granted by the Board, the Subdivider shall submit one (1) copy of the approved Final Plat drawn in permanent black ink on Mylar to the Community Development Department in addition to two (2) paper copies. The Final Plat shall be signed by the Chairman of the Commission and the City Clerk.
However, no Final Plat shall be signed until all conditions of approval have been met. One (1) paper copy and (1) Mylar of the signed Final Plat shall be returned to the Subdivider. The Commission shall maintain one (1) paper copy and associated documents on file.
2. The Subdivider shall be responsible for recording the Minor Subdivision Plat with the Recorder of Deeds within sixty (60) days after the signing of the Final Plat and return two (2) paper copies of the Recorded Plat to the City. If any Recorded Plat is not filed within this period, the approval shall expire.
3. The recording of the Minor Subdivision Plat will permit only the conveyance of the approved Lots. No building permit or certificate of occupancy shall be issued except in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 435, Article I.

Instances When Subdivision Plats Will Not Be Required.
The provisions of these regulations do not apply and no Subdivision Plat is required in any of the following instances:
A. Conveyances made to correct a description of a prior conveyance.
B. Conveyances to the City for Street or utility purposes.
C. Any court ordered division of a Property resulting from condemnation proceedings.
D. The conveyance of Lots for use for public utilities and pipelines which do not involve any new public Streets or easements of access.
Application Materials
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Minor Subdivision Application Packet