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§45-23-64  Procedure – Signing and recording of plats and plans. –

Published: 2015

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Subdivision of Land

SECTION 45-23-64

   § 45-23-64  Procedure – Signing and

recording of plats and plans. –

(a) All approved final plans and plats for land development and subdivision

projects are signed by the appropriate planning board official with the date of

approval. Plans and plats for major land developments and subdivisions are

signed by the planning board chairperson or the secretary of the planning board

attesting to the approval by the planning board. All minor land development or

subdivision plans and plats and administrative plats are signed by the planning

board chairperson or secretary or the board's designated agent.

   (b) Upon signature, all plans and plats are submitted to the

administrative officer prior to recording and filing in the appropriate

municipal departments. The material to be recorded for all plans and plats

include all pertinent plans with notes thereon concerning all the essential

aspects of the approved project design, the implementation schedule, special

conditions placed on the development by the municipality, permits and

agreements with state and federal reviewing agencies, and other information

required by the planning board.

   (c) Other parts of the applications record for subdivisions

and land development projects, including all meeting records, approved master

plan and preliminary plans, site analyses, impact analyses, all legal

agreements, records of the public hearing and the entire final approval set of

drawings are permanently kept by the municipal departments responsible for

implementation and enforcement.

   (d) The administrative officer shall notify the statewide

"911" emergency authority and the local police and fire authorities servicing

the new plat with the information required by each of the authorities.

History of Section.

(P.L. 1992, ch. 385, § 1.)