After the preliminary plat is approved, improvement plans prepared by an engineer for the subdivision of all or any part of the tract shall be submitted to the Zoning Officer for Review by the County Engineer. Improvement plans shall be prepared on an exhibit not to exceed forty‑eight (48) inches by forty‑eight (48) inches and shall contain the following information:
(A) Title page, which shall include a key map showing the relationship of the area to be subdivided to the project area and which shall reflect areas of the project area previously subdivided plus adjacent streets.
(B) North arrow and graphic scale.
(C) Title block showing name and address of developer and engineering firm, as well as the engineer’s seal.
(D) One or more bench marks, in or near the subdivision, to which the subdivision is referenced. The elevation shall be based on the sea level datum.
(E) List of the standards and specifications followed, citing volume, section, page or other references.
(F) Paving details conforming to Union County standards specifications.
(G) Details of streets, existing and proposed sanitary sewers, water lines, drainage channels, swales, and storm sewers as required by Article VI.
(H) Plans and profiles of streets, storm and sanitary sewers, water lines and other improvements required by Article VI. The plans and profiles shall be drawn at a scale not greater than one hundred to the inch (1″ = 100″) horizontal; and one inch equals ten feet (1″ = 10′) vertical.
(I) Any structural or non‑structural measure proposed to prevent soil erosion and sediment control as required by Section 34‑5‑19 must be shown or included in a statement accompanying the improvement plans.
(J) Existing and proposed survey monuments on street plans or on the proposed final plat as required by Section 34‑6‑2.
(K) As built drawings shall be submitted to the Administrative Officer after the improvements have been installed.