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ORDINANCE NO. F=45 i istrator shall submit copies of the pre- i liminary plat to: City Engineer, De- [ partment Heads, and others as may be Or prescribed by Resolution of Planndn For Commission, or neoessary for specific plat. For Mundcipal 5. The Planning Commission shall prey The* L; Pro- check the preliminary plat to make cer- Granting Of Variatiorm tait* that it corforms to the require- Thereto; Providing For ments of the official comprehensive The Violatior* Thereof; plan or any portions thereof. All Other Ozxiinaneesl 6. The City EnMneer and other of- ficials concerrmd with the proposal with- (a) Cor*tinuity of appropriate streets and arterials. (h) Streets to boundaries of tract. (c) Streets generally followir con- tour lines. (d) Streets intersecting at right angles or as nearly as possible. (el Maximum offset distance of 25 feet. (f) Nothing less than full width streets except boundary streets ot* the tract in which the plat is located required to provide right-of-way for streets and of which shall have a minimum depth of 100 usable feet. (a) The length of blocks shall not exceed 1,320 feet where the average size of lots does not exceed two acres in area. (b) In ar*y block exeeeding 660 feet ir length crosswalks or pedestrian ways shall be required, when essential to provide circulation or access to schools. Playground, shopping centers, etc, the right-of-was of which shall be at least 20 feet it* width, except as provided tione ir* the scope of their municipal func- 2--Enforcing Authority tions, shall make their respective rec- 3--Title of Ordinance ommendations in written report form 4--Territerial Limits of Regu- to the Plar*ning Commission at the time of the hearit*g, or shall submit their recommendations to the Planning Com- Principles of De- mission's Administator prior to the for hearing. 7. W'herver at*y such preliminary of the Pro- plat, subdivision, or dedication is sub- mitted to the Planning Commission of Minimum its Administrator shall at once cause 9--Requirements of the Final hearing thereof to he Imsted in ont less tha tbrse copies of a notice conspicuous ])]aces on. or adjacent to 10-Modifications ar, d Exeep- the land proposed to be so platted or subdivided, giving notice of the time flict at*d place where such hearit*g is to be held, which notices shall be posted not less than seven days prior to the hear- Date ing thereof. The Planning Commissiot* the ' Council of may also have additional notices given gton, upon by mall or by posting and/or publi- AS Follows: Plan-catiot* as it deems requisite to adjacent land owners or others. The hearing will be held during an official meetir Plan or portiot*s of the Planning Commissiot*; provided, ted plans in no application shall be considered at any prepared meeting of the Planig Commission nn- nr Commi.lon, for the le such application has been submitted of the at least ten days prior to the date of whk said meeting. 8. The Planning Commissiot* shall give or withhold preliminary approval of and programs the preliminary plat withirv sixty days following the date of application. If appropriate USe approval is withheld, one copy of the a throughout lre]imimary plat, together with a list of public health of suggested modifications prepared in accordance with the provisions herein, is the deliberate ap- contained, shall be returned to the by its Owner for at*y Sul-livider. The Planing Commission , shall retain, a duplicate set of such arterials designated by the Official COme in Section 10, Part B, Paragraph (2), prehensive Plan or portions thereof, containl herein. Gr) 2+lleys ir business district at least ........ 20 fe ++ wide : tc) ne number of intersecting streets (h)+Alleys, other than it* business J with major arter!als of all classes shall district, a minimum of 15 feet wide. tm nero to a minimum. . _ (i) Utility easements 20 feet wide, C. Street Right-Of-Way lqmrements. will be permitted in lieu of alleys in 1. The minimum right-of-way and curb- residential areas ; however, alleys are to-curb pavements widths, mindmum required if water lines, and/or sewer lsidewalks, widths, and maximum grades lines, and/or utility lines, are in: or I of streets, and alleys shall be determ- proposed to be installed at rear of lots. I ined hy the following table, nnless other- 2. Blocks shall have sufficient width I wise specified by the comprehensive plan i to provide for two tiers of lots each or portions thereof: Minimum Right- e f-way widths (feet) L Commut*ity Arterials a. Parkways, parkdrives and boulevards 100 b. Major arterials 80 II. Neighborhood arterials a. Parkways, parkdrives and boulevards 80 + b. Mirror arterials 60 III. Residential streets a. Local streets 60 Minimum Curb-to- Curb Pavement Widths * * (feet) 50* 0 *0 0 0 Minimum Bidewalk Widths (feet) Corform With City Ordinan(.es Maximum Grades * * (%) 5 5 5 10 b. Streets limited to 500 feet or less in length 60 0 10 * Exclusive of parking or curb lane * * Unless otherwise approved by the City Engineer gation waste water, or flood waters characberistic to the area included in the proposed plat, subdivision or dedi- suggested modifications for its files. exercise 9. If the preliminary plat is approved 2. Dead-end streets shall not be per- dic Use to which the by the Planning Commission, the sub- mitted except where at*y continuous divider, before requesting fit*al ap- street otherwise rquired would require is_the plan of the proval, shall carry out minimum im- more than 40 percent of the total or dedication or any provements in accordance with the pro- land area of a proposed plat, subd/vision Lred for filing and visions of Section 8 contained herein or dedication. Whet* incorporated into Audi- by one of the following methods: the same under this provision, dead-erM (a) By furnishing the City [ff Cheney streets shall terminate in a circular After with a performance bond sastifactm'y turn around at least 90 feet in diameter. to the City Attorney, in which ssur- 3. Alleys or easemer*ts for utilities is given the City that the instal-|shall be provided along road or side or roads of the subdiision eonr, ect to an authorized lation of the minimum improvemet*ts I lot lines and shah conform to the widths or mterse.ct existing roadways, there cation. -ill be carried out as provided in See-I specified in Section 6, Part B, Para- shall be installed drains of metal or on" shall tlon 8. and other City Ordinances, and I graph (h) abov . . . concrete .lupe of not less that* twelve accordm to the specifications of the I 4. At street intersect:ons it* residen-lmches dmmeter. 1 I by the City City Engineer, within two (2) years |tim areas property line corners shall] 6. MONUMENTS: Monuments .shal as pro- from the date the final plat is filed [ be rounded by an arc, the radius of I be placed at all street mterseetmns, 1935, as for record with the Spokane County I which shall be 20 feet. I boundary anle polt*ts, poin.te of curves State of Auditor. | 5. Street pavements eenterlines shall I in streets, and at such mtermedmte are those (b) By actual installation of improve-|coincide with the right-of-way eat*tar- points as required by the City Engm- mente Jr* accordance with the provisions i lines, ear. The mot*umens shall be concrete of Section 8 co,rained herein and in D. Lots filled iron pipe weighing at least fifty accordance with the it*stallation require- 1. Every lot shall abut on a street, pounds, capped with standard markers ration. 5. CULVERTS OR TRESTLES: All culverts or trestles over waterways, draws or gulches, wheo over four feet in height, shall conform to the City Et*gineer's specifications and shall be provided with guard rails. Where streets furnished by the City Engineer. Street mormmer*ts shall be set between six inches and one foot below official furnished street grades and in paved streets shall be enclosed in a staclard monument case. 7. WATER MAINS. Subdivider shall connect his water and sewer lines with nearest City lines 6f adeqntae capacity as indicated in overall City plan, and certified by the City Engineer. 2. Lots shall be a minimum of 100 usable feet ir* depth. 3. Lots shall be a minimum of 65 feet in width at the building lines. 4. The ratio of the depth of any lot to its width shall rot be greater than two and one-half to one. 5. Residemial lots shall have a mini- mum area of 7,000 square feet unless otherwise specified. 6. Corner lots shall be a minimum as pro- meats and under the supervision of the Laws of City Engineer. (c) By a combination of these meth- a prelim- ods. dirts on. or 10. The Subdivider shall give written and notice of the method" he elects to carry 7 of out minimum improvemet*ts, to the Planning Commissior* or its admlnis- free and trator. and Streets right to 11. After completing all minimum im- provements, the Subdivider shall make and cor*toura as requlred by Section r/, Fviy, April 23, 1965 Part B, paragraph 1. (j), and eimilarly . refersnced. (k) The profiles of all street eentor-i e Spangle News lines to the vertical scale of I0 feet to the inch, atd horizontal scalp of 100 feet to the inch. submitted on a l Green separate 4 hy 20 plate stat*dard pro- IDy Jeanne file tracing cloth. (1) Sewer and water profiles to the OFFICERS ENTERTAINED aaroc scale and on the same sheet as street profiles and the plan of all sewer and/or water lines, including "T'a" and "Y's", and other intersections on a separate sheet. (m) Street names. (n) Certificatior* by licensed land surveyor of accuracy of plat and sur- veo)- Statemet*t by owner dedicating streets, rights-of-way, and any sites for public use. 2. All linear dimensions shall be givex in feet and decimals of a foot to the nearest hundredth. 3. The scale of the firml plat shall be a minimum of 100 feet to the inch. 4. if the plat cotitutes a replat, the lots, blocks, streets, etc. of the or- c'e,11 Daa Davitt and S 'haven iginal plat shall be shown by dotted Cheney Free Press Page $ mann. Kay Cu, pp, Cmrtie HoOf. ma, and K'athy Casest, Shr. on Lederer .had a 4.0. "B" honr roll: freNmmn -- Bunnie Bareither, Rick Hum- Primrose Rebekah L0ge ea- e4t, Lindla Kaasa, Jeff Olson, terfiained 18 district officers at Judy PolLock, Tom Wiley and the April 14 meeting. Noble a.rilyn Sievers; sopmmres--- Grand Floy arringte pre- Sa.Ry Feigenhauer, Mhrs sented district president DeDa Hein, Judy Lundstrom, and Ly4en with ,her project. A re- ron0tb ,adt; juniors -- cess was cted so the West Lil> ry rablen, Jlie loeL erty elementary girl quartette lich, Kirk Kelley, Rarbam HI. cod entertain. The gills Sang liIg, Beverly Baden, Pat Ctm- "Green Catledral" and "I Be- nglmm and +Pat Cornw; leve." Quartet members were serders -- Virgh Swmun, Carol Hofmann, Gayte Schie- Ron Tee, Alen Reiy, Donna Pottmtz, John Hahda, Jean. lines in their proper positions in rela- tion to the n.ew arrangement of the plat, the new plat being so clearly shown in solid lines as to avoid any ambiguity. 5. The final plat shall be accompan- ied by other sheets showir all utility grades, and based or* a datum plan ap- proved by the City Engineer. C. DEDICATION ACKN'OWT.EDGE- MENT, AND ENDORSEMENT. The legal description of the plat and the following information shall appear i the following sequences on the final I plat, lettered in ink either by hand or I mechanical device: Know all men by these presents that I ....................... the undersigaed I ............ owner ........ ir* fee sire- [ pie and incumbrances of the land hereby I platted, hereby declare this plat and dedicate(s) to the use of the public forever, all streets and easementts or whatever public property there is show on the plat ad the nse thereof for any and all public purposes; also, the right to make all necessary slopes for cuts or fills upon the lots, blocks, tracts etc., shown ot* this plat in the reason- able origirml gradin of all streets, shown hereon. In Witness Whereof. we have here- unto set our had(s) and seal(s) this ........ day of ........ , A. D., 19 ..... Signed and sealed .................. State of,Washirgtot*, County of State of Washington) ) County of Spokane ) This is to Certify That on this ...... day of ................ , A. D., 19 ..... before me the undersigned, a Notary Public, personally appeared ............ ........ , to me know to be the per- set*(s) who executed the foregoing dedi- cation and acknvledgement to me that ........ signed and sealed the same as ........ free and voluntary act and deed for the uses and purposes men- tinned. Witness my hand ane official seal the day and year last above written. Notary Public ir and for the state of Washington, residing at ........ I hereby certify that the plat of ............ is based on actual survey and subdivision of Section .... , Town- ship .... North, Rar#ge .... E. W. M., that the distances and courses and angles are shown thereon correctly; that pro- per monuments have been set and lot block errors staked on the ground. Signmd ........................ (Seal) Piersol accompanied by Judy Babb. Louise Pittmn, district vice president, was presented with a corsage by the President De,1. la Lyden. Mrs. Laura Hayhurst of the. Hillyard Rebe Lodge was introduced. She was a member of Primrose Lodge 65 years adO before ta,nsferring to Hillygrd. Mrs. Fhylm,st, an ctive 92 years young, was ac- empamed by her daughter Ms Edna Hayhurst. The meetirg closed with a medley of piano selections. [Louise Pittman liffhted three +candies and read verses on Faith, Loe ard Hope. There were 29 guests present. NEWS IN BRIEF Little Lonnie Green was ded- icated +at services F_ster Stm- day +at the Span, gle Ohristizm Clureh. Rev. Ben Gerking of. ficiated. There will be a special speaker Stmday from North- i west Cbristizn College at the Spangle Chr church. The special scheol levy April 6 passed by 388 votes. Th is the largest marin ffmt ay levy hs passed tlus far. A tal of 537 votes were )-s; 149 no, for a total of 686 votes. It passed by 78 per cent. The Liberty track team won its first ,meet in the history of the sclm01 April 9 at PMose. Scores of compeng teams ne Go0dner Bob (,uson, Jon Bowman, ad Linda Bleisner. DELEGATES CHOSEN TTs year's representative to Boy's State is Steve Groth. The alternate is George Erie. GiN's Sate re,prentaive is Darlene Wright. Julie lheliek is alternate. GIRLS GET RN$ Five irls from the Hoe and Grow 4H eub dave demonstra. tip,s at Liberty High Sclmol last Saturday. Receving red ribbons were Sttaron Piersol, An, na McKiPhay ,and Carol Azm SplichN;-w+hite ribbon, Gayle ScbAeche, and blue, Becky Fh+ig. She will compete at the North Pines Jenner High School in Spokane May 1 with other blue ribbon winners in the county. EASTER VISITORS Easter dinner guests of the Paul Sievers included Mr. ad Mrs. Foy Smith ad Mr. Fred Krauel ,of Spokane nd Mr. and Mrs. Herb Krauel, Kathy and Dick of Spangle. They  cel- ebrated Mr. and Mrs. KTael's armiversry, Herb Krael's bilay and Joe ,and Bbby Siever s birthdays. Ir. and Mrs. Sterlng Prich. man and famib, of Sp(mne and Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Mr. ,and +Mrs. Mike Craig written request to the Plar*ning Com- missior or its Administrator for in- speqtion by the City :Engineer. After finding that all improvements have beet* completed in accordance with the in- rson firm stallatior standards the City Engineer aving' so certify to the Plat*ning COrn- shall made mission or its Administrator; OR, after area of ]and, the Subdivider has Dented a performance into two or bend satisfactory with both the City Attorney and the City Engir*eer, they or other dirts- shall so certify to the Planniwg Commis- may not ir sion or its Administrator. for the 12. On receipt of this certification, or f for the Plar*ning Commission or its Ad- all mir*istrator shall advise the Subdivire Public to prepare a final plat for that portion of the area contained in the prelim- inary plat subdivision or dedication in which mit*imum improvemet*ts have [ been installed or concerning which a l performance bend has been posted. 13. The Subdivider shall submit the final plat, prepared it* accordance with acres the provisions of Section 9 contained herein, together with nine (9) copies to the Plant*ir*g Commission or its Ad- ministrator who shall give written and necessary pul> dated acknowledgement of receipt to the Subdivider, and forward entire record is the of- of final plat to City Cour*Cil with rec- ommen, dation for approval. 14. When the Planning Commission r, meeting in has ascertained that the public use and of the Plan- it*terest will be served and advantaged by the prelimirmry plat, subdivision or dedication in accordance with the rules contained herein, the Plannit*g Commission shall execute its writter* approval which shall be suitably in- scribed on the final plat, subdivisior* or dedication. The final plat is then ing Con forwarded to the City Council, with a recommendatior of its acceptance. With the plat, the Planing Commission shall send certificate stating: adequacy of public hearing, satisfactory form of plat, acceptance of street names and de- sign and completions of mit*imum re- quirements. 15. The final plat shall be approved by the City Council within sixty days ! of the date of filin such plat, or of Regu.:returne d to the applicant for modifi- catiot* or correction, unless the appli- I cant in the meantime shall have filed written consert for a longer period corporate lira- within which the City Council is to act thereon. If approval is withheld, the origirml copy of the final plat, to- gether with a list of suggested modifi- cations, prepared in accordance with the provisions herein contained, shall be returned to the Subdivider. The City Council shall retain a duplicate set of suggested modifications for its files. 16. After approval of the final plat, subdivision', or dedications by the City Council, the Mayor shall indicate said approval by signirg the original and all copies, provided the subdivider furnishes the followir*g : (a) "Tax Statement." A certificate from the Spokane County Treasurer in- dicating that all taxes and assessments ot* said property included the final plat, subdivisior, or dedication have been paid according to the provisions of R. (7. W. 58.03.030 and R. C. W. 58.08.040, with the as thereafter amended. and with- (b) "Filing Fees." A check payable to the Spokane Connty Auditor for the full amoun of filing fees according to the provisions of R. C. W. 36.18.010, as thereafter amended. (c) "Crtificate of Title." A certified statement from a xputable title com- pany indicating that an examination of and dis an abstract of the title of the pro- party coralrd in the final plat, sub- division, or dedication shows fee simple title in the proponents of the plat, to- I gether with written approval of all !persons shown  in sa|d title report as havit*g at* interest in such property. (d) "Protective Covenants," if may, in form for recording. After said approval, the final plat shall be forwarded by the City of Chancy the Spokane County Auditor for ill- recommends ig and recording. Council when Section 6. General Principles of Design for te Layout of Subdivizlons. A. PROVISIONS OF THE COMPRE- HENSIVE PLAN. 1. Land which the Planning Commis- sioi has fourl to be unsuitable for subdivision due to flooding, bad drain- age, steep slopes, reek formations, or not to other features likely to be harmful to the safety and general health of the future residents, and which the Plan- rdr Cbmmiesion, considers inappro- priate for subdivision', shall not be ash- divided, unless adequate methods ap- proved by the City Engineer, are planned for overcoming these eonditiotm. I 2. Those areaa of the City where top-! ographical slolms are te percent or more shall be subdivided in conform-! ance with any additiorml requirements, which the Plannin Commission shall provide to any Subdivider within ten days after receipt of his request for such informatior. Such additional require- ments shall be secured from the appro- priate departments by the Plarming Com- mission ov its administrator. 3. The proposed subdivision shall pro- accord, vide for such requirements in the of- Jr* Sac- ficlal plans or portions thereof for the City of Cheney. 4. The subdivider shall dedicate to or make available, for public acquisi- tion or purchase, such lands in the nroa to be subdivided as are designated by Admin. i the Official Comprehensive Plan for educatlotml and recreational purposes, if there are any such lying within the proposed subdivlsio B. Street Block Layout. I. Street layout shall conform to the most advantageous development of ad- i joining areas, and the entire nelghbor- Cnuisslo, s i hood, and shall provide for the follow- Admin. ing : of 75 feet in width, and 10% greater area that minimum required. 7. Lots having frontage on two streets shall he avoided wherever possible. 8. Residct*tial lots fronting on com- munity arterials shall be at least 120 feet in depth. 9. Side lt lines shall be withir 20 of perpendicular to the centerline of the street in which the lot faces. 10. Side and rear lot lines shall be straight, or composed of straight liro elements. 11. Building setback lines in confor- mance with existing ordinances shall be clearly designated or the proposed plat, unless excused by the Plannim Commission. Section 7. Requ/rements of the Prelim- inary Plat. A. GENERAL 1. The preliminary plat, cot*tainirg all the information specified in this sec- tion, shall be prepared and mapped by a registered land surveyor of the State of Washirgton, within an accuracy of 2%. 2. All mapped informatior shall be prepared in a neat and legible manner it* pencil or ir*k, and on high grade paper. 3. A vicinity sketch at a scale of not more than 400 feet to the inch shall accompany the preliminary plat. The vicinity sketch shall show all adjacent subdivisions, streets and track lines and bordering lines of adjacent par- eels. It shall show how the streets and alleys in the proposed subdivision may contect with existiug and proposed streets and alleys in neighboring sub- divisions or unplatted property to pro- duce an advar*tagcous development of the entire neighborhood. 4. Horizonal scale of the preliminary plat shall be 100 feet to the inch, and the vertical scale of street and sewer profiles showt* shall be at 10 feet or less to the inch, with a horizontal scale of 400 or less feet to the irch. B. SPECIFIC. 1. The preliminary plat, subdivision, or dedication shall clearly show the fol- lowing features and Jr*formation on one or more maps or drawings. (a) Title and certificates: Present aml proposed tract designation, ames and addresses of owners, notation stat- it*g acreage, scale, north arrow, datum, benchmarks, certification of registered land surveyor, date of survey. (b) Topographic : Boundary lines, bearings, angles, and distances. Easements and rights-of-way, present and proposed, with their location, width and purpose. Streets and alleys ot and adjacent to the tract: rmme and right-of-way [ width and location type, width, and elevation of surfacing, at*y legally estab- lished con t er li nSe-*elevations. terts, gutters, etc.,--with appropriate grade and gradients, street names. Utilities or* and adjacent to the tract, preser*t and proposed. Ground elevations, with five foot con- tours if land slope is regular, more de- tailed mapping may be requested for un- eve land. Subsurfacing conditions on the tract, if required by the Planning Commission or the City Erginesr. Lot lines, lot numbers and block numbers. Metes and bounds description. (c) Zonin or and adjacent to tract: Building setback lines. Sites, if any, to be reserved, dedicat- ed, or offered for male for parks, play- rounds, or other public uses. (d) Draft of protective covenants. [action 8. Frodure For Installing Im- provements and Develeping Standsrds. The City Engineer shall prepare min- imum itmtallatio materials, design, and construction standards appropriate to the locality, topography, soil conditions and geology of the area in which the proposed plat, subdivisiom, or dedicatior is to be develolal and improved. Said standards shall be made available to the Subdivider, or his surveyors as soon as practicable after receipt of the preliminary plat subdivision or dediea- tion by the City Engineer from the Pinioning Commissiong or tts Adminis- trator. A. Mirdmum Improvements shall tn- elude the following: 1. CLEARING: All streets shall have all standing timber and brush removed from the right-of-way, and all tumim, dowr* timber and sngs cleared and re- moved within the confines of staid street. 2. GRUBBING: All streets shall be grubbed by the removal of all large rocks, roots, snags, logs, brush, etc., upon the surface of the ground and refilling all excavatiotm and holes ]eft by said removal within the confines of said street. 3. GRADING AND SURFAOING: All streets er*compassed in the plat shall meet the minimum requirements fr gravel surfacir aa set forth in City of Cheney, and shall also meet the fol- lowing requirements : (a) A 40 foot-wide graveled roadway. (b) Crowr of % inch per foot width each side of center line. (el Established grade must be ap- proved by tlw City Er,ineer. (d) Base course as approved by the City :Engineer. (el The amount of crushed gravel surfacing per 100 linear feet of road- way shall be a minimum of 36 cubic yard truck measure. (f) Where required by adjoir*ing ter- rain, side or cross drainage facilities will be installed. 4. DRAINS: Metal or concrete pipe drains across roads where required by the City Engineer and roadside ditches ruffictet*t to carry normal runoff, irri- (a) Water mains to he coeeted into Licensed Land Surveyor the City system must comply with City Examined and Approved this ...... Ordinances. day of ............... A. D., 19 ..... (b) In no case shall the diameter of ........................ the water main be less than six inches unless a smaller diameter is approved: by the Cty Engineer in writing, before the plat is submitted and the specific locatior* of said pipe is indicated on a copy of the plat (c) For plats of areas not within the corporate limits of the City of Cheney at the date of the adoption of this or- dinance, an itemized estimate of quan- tities of pipe fittirs and appurter ar*ces needed for complete installation shall be submitted to the City Engin- eer and approved by him before the plat is subm/tted. Said itemized list shall then be listed or* the perform- ance bond furnished by the platters. 8. SEWER LINES : (a) Sewer lines shall be tied in to the City sewer system and must com- ply swith City Ordirmr*ces. (b) For plats of areas not within thc corporate limits of the itF of Chancy at the date of the adoption of this ordinance, .a detailed pm profile of the proposed scwer syst showir*g pipe diameter, pipe location, grade, and manhole location shall be submitted to the City Engineer and approved by him before the final plat is submitted. 9. CURBS: Install cormrete curbs in accordance with City of Cheney stand- ards. 10. When the Subdivider installs pave- ment, curbs, sidewalks, storm sewers, water supply tines, electrical utilities, and other improvemerts, all such fm- provements shall be carried out accord- ing- to the general design and /nstal]a* tiot* standards approved by the City :Engineer. 11. For areas not within the corpor- ate lindts of the City of Cheney at the date of the adoption of this ordinance, the subdivider shall it, stall at his ex- pense all water and sewer lines and shall furnish at his expense all enin- esrin. 12. For areas within the corporate limits of the City of Oeney at the date of adoption of this ordinance, the developer shall furrdsh at his expense excavatior*, bedding material, and back- fill for water and sewer lines and for necessary manholes and shall furnish all engit*eering except that to be fur- t*ished by the City as provided herein; the City shall furnish design engineer- ing for the water and. Sewer systems, all sewer and water ppe and the la- bor to install the same, and shall ira- stall all necessary manholes; provided, however, that the developer shall pay to the City of Cheney the connection charg- es for water and sewer service as may be established by City Ordinar*ce. In the event the spoil from excavation for water or sewer lines shall not be suit- able for backfill, the City shall fur- nish the material for backfill and the developer shall remove all rock and excess spoil. Ssetion 9. Requirements of the Final Plat. The map of the f/hal plat, subctivision or dedication shall be submitted to the Planning Commission, or its Adminis- trator, it) the form herewith prescribed: A. GENERAL 1. The final plat, cot*taining all the information specified in this Section shall be prepared in a neat and legible mar*net in drawing ink and on high- grade tracing cloth. 2. All documents, maps, and survey notes shall contain the name of the sub- rider (s), and the name of the registered division, the rmme (s) 1 of the subdi- land surveyor resp0tibe to the sub- divider (s). 3. The trimmed size of the final plat shall be 24 inches hy 36 inches, and the final plat shall be recorded or* two or . more sheets if the scale necessary to accommodate the map on one sheet St the drawing would unduly conge ...... . 4. Title report covermg the xmal p:a shah be furnished before acceptar*ce of plat. B. SPECIFIC 1. The final plat shall clearly show the following tnforsmtlon : and frames of all streets (a) The lines , toPlal  or other public wayS,, parks, ground, and eaments intended dedicated for public use, or granted for use of inhabitants of the subdivisiot. (b) The lines and marne of all ex- isting or platted streets or other pu- blic ways, parka, p]aY..n., and eas. the Zll,'/l plat suD- ments adjacent to . . . , . division or dedieatlon, reroping mum- cipal boundaries, townsh+p lir*es, amt section lines. (c) The lengths and bearing of all straight lines cures radii, arcs and semi- tangerAs of all curves. |ons along the hnes (d) All dimen " " d lth the true veatangs an of each lot, w" also any other data necessary for the locatton of ar, Y lot lines in the field. { ,,.h n" r[marY control points 0000i.eer or d scriptione and ties tO euch control points, to which all dimension, angles, bear- trays and similar data gven orb the plat shall be referred. (f) The location of all permanent monuments. (g) The rames of all subdivlsioas im- mediately adjacent thereof. rue North point (h) The data, t " , scale, date of survey datum plane and _ d of the tract (i) The boun arY , with courses and distanceS..marked thereon, as determined by a tlel survey msue h . w=tatered and qualliled laral sur- te of Wa hmgton and veyo of the Sta to close with an error of not more than one foot in 4{)00. (j) The elevations of all corners on of the subdivided tract he bonndaries "' City Engineer I hereby certify that the required tax- es on the hereir* platted ]and have bee paid. s ";" "&'ty" 'e .. Y" " "/)u't y ...................... Examined and approved this ...... day of ............... A . D., 19 ..... ..................... City of Cheney Plannin Commission Examined and approved this ...... day of .............. , A . D., 19 ..... were Liberty, 60 1/3; Paouse, 59 1/3; O akesde, 39 1/3'; Pot. latch, 21, and RosMia, 6. I The team also tied East Val. Icy with 15 points each i+n the ,eond armuM Jack Mobevry Rehys at Rogers Hi School recently. Net year's officers were elected at the ast FHA meet- ing. They :are gresident, Dar. City Council lene Wright; vice president, City of Cheney Mary Brewer; sectary, Janel y'o; ......................... Thieren; treasurer, Pt Corn. kttest: ............................... wal; representative, Nancy City Clerk Filed for record at the request of the City of Cheney this .......... day nf .................... , 19 .... , A. D., et ...... minutes past ...... o'clock .... M. : ar*d recorded in Volume of ...... of Plats, on Page +. ..... , Records of Spo- kane Courty, Washington. Spokane County Auditor Deputy County Auditor Section 10. Precedure and Authority for Granting, Modifications and Excep- tions. A. MODIFICATIONS OR VARIA- TIONS. There is hereby established a proced- ure for modifying or varying the regu- lations herein contained. Any subdivider can make application to the Plarring Commission for a var- iation or modification of any provision herein contained due to pre-existing, topographic, or other physical eondi- tione characteristic of the land includ- ed in the preliminary plat, subdlvisioj or dedieation. Such application shah include any and all details necessary to support the applicatiot. The Plarming Commission shall prepare a tentative i decision on each such request for a var- iation or modiffcation, providing the commission ascertalas all of the facts regarding the request, whieh shall in- clude a complete engineering state- ment prepared by the City Engineer in reference to the request; provided the applicatior* and request are re. calved concurrently with the preliminary plat, subdvision or dedicatior; and pro- vided the hearing held thermion shall be open to the public and notice of such hearing included with the notice prescribed in Sectior* 5. Part B, Fara graph 7. The Planning Commissior* there fore, shall postpone the time of al proval of the preliminary plat, sub- division or dedication, by not less that 15 days, and not more than 30 days. The Planning Commission, after the public hearing, shall submit its .tenta- tive decision, together with its finding of the facts ir* each case, to the City Council of the City of Cheney for its review of the facts and the tentative decision. Within 15 days after reeaivin the facts and the tentative decision from the Plar*ntng Commission, the Pity Coun cil of the City of Chancy shall com- plete its review, shall corcur, modify, or reject the tentative decision of the Planning Commission, and shall issue an order to the Plarmir Commission to approve those portions of the pre- iminary plat, subdivision or dedica- tion in aecordanee with the standards and requirements eortained in the order, i Thereafter, the previsions of the order l shall be the final decision of the Plan- ning Commission0 mad the P!ani Co,m,- ! minion shall have au ot tne authority I of the City Council of the City of Che- nay in carrying out the provisiotm of the order eXCept as to disbursement of funds. The planning Commission shall, upon ivi t. ord. fm..y l ialative body, auvtse tne suvtuer the decision and shall not take further action on the alyprovel of the prelim, i inary plat, subdivision or dedication until the subdivider requests further actlor in aceordanee with the provi ions of the Platminw Commiesio's final decision or* the subdividers request for a variatio or modification of the regU- lations hereir contained. If, in the opinion of the Planning Commission, the subdivider hus Justifiable cause to make application for additional varia- tions and modifieatiorm to the regula- tions herein contained, ach applicattone shall follow the ame procedure as de- scribed in this Section. B. EXCEPTIONS. The Planning Commission, after R receives the preliminary plat, subdivis-i ior* or dedication from the subdivider, may make exceptions to the provisions contained herein by requiring an or all of the following: 1. A res.lignment of an officially map- pad street, as shown on the official street map or compreheusive plan, to permit better arrangement of Iiy, rset- dential streets, and other publ c ways, parks and playgrounds. 2. The elmiination of crosswalks where topographic grades are 12 percent or greater. 3. Reducticm of cenerline radii of curvature or tangent distances where natural flood charmels would otherwise seriously reduce lot sizes of the total number of lots of the preliminary plat, subdivision or dedication. SECTION II. Sales Before Plat Ap- proved and Filed--Penalty. Whenever after the effective date of this ordinance: any persen or persons, firm or firms, or one or more corpor atiots at various and successive tims, Groh; ,sorian. Leigh Critch- ov; song leader, Lyn Denme reporter, Jeanne Stuart, and degree chariman, Sally Fel- gerauer. HONOR ROLL LISTED Igh +bettor roI1 was attained by 24 students ,and the "B" lon,or roll (3.0 average with one C alowed) by 27. High Honor lll students: Freshmen -- Janet CaoaCe, JaekAe Ha, hner, Phyllis Hof- mann and Lynn De,hie; sapho- mores -- IAnda Cl, ause+n, Legh Critchlow ,arid Bob Pilock; jtm- iors- D,alene WriSt, Caal T0epke, Gayle Roecks, R Johnson, Judy C0rmva nd Nancy Groth; seniors -- Val. erie Wolf, Lois Wittwer, Alan Roeks, Joe Rsmussen, Lori Matzick, Bonnie McClellan, Sharon Lederer, Ianna HOf- or at any one time, shall have platted, subdivided or divided into smaller parts, any parcel of ltmd or property ir*to 3 or more lots, plots, tracts, or smaller parts, the area of each of which is 5 acres or less, for purpesea of providing building sites, nv, or at any time hence, held ir* one ownership, either by eordract for purchase, by deed, or by beth, said person or persons, firm or firn, or one or more corporations i shall be subject to a fine in may sum :not to exceed Three Hundred dollars, ($300.00), for each of aid lots, plots, tracts or smaller parts, or imprlsontner*t in the City Jail for a period not to exceed 30 days, or both aueh flne and imprisonment, in the discretion of the Court; and, the owrer or agerst of the owner of any land leated within & plat or subdivision containing 3 or more such lots, plots, tracts or smaller Parts, who trarmfers or sells, or agrees to Sell, or option any land by reference to or exhibtfon of or by any other use nf a plat or map of a subdivision, before such plat or map has been approved by the Plannir, g Commission and the City Conei] and before the Same has been filed in the Office of the Spokane County Auditor, shall forfeit and pay a penalty of One Hundred and no/100 ($100.00) Dollars for each lot, or par- cel so transferred, or sold, or agreed or optioncd to be sold, and the descril tion of such lot by metes and bounds lt the instrument or trmmfer, agreeing or optioning, shall not exempt the trarm- actior from penalty or from the rem- edies herein provided. The Planr*ing Commission, with consent of the City Council, may cause the City Attorney to enjoin any tranefer, sale, agrsernent or option prohibited hy the terms of this ordinance b' action for injunction brought in. the Superior Ckmrt of Spo I(,ane uoun.y, or may r*over maid pen- alty xor t, ne City of, Cheney hy a eivil action in any court or competent jur- iedictio, if in the oplion of the Plan- ning commission, either of said serious justifiable. Ssetien 12. Conflict All ordtnant or parts of ordinaries in cor*fiict herewith are hereby repassed. Seeton 13. Validity. A. Should any eectlon, subsectior), Para- graph, sentere, clause, or phrase of this ordinance be declared uncontttu- tional or invalid for any reason, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remainir portions of this ordinance. B. If in an instance the Plarming Com- mission fails to act or carry ont its responsibilities according to the regu- lations contained hereir the City Coun- cil of the City of Chcney shall Ira. sume all the duties of the Planning Commissior as herein specified relating to the applicatior concerned. Section 14. Effective Date. This Ordinance shall be in effect five days after passage by the City Coun- cil, approval by the Mayor, and publi- ration. Ir*trodueed this 13th day of April, 1965. Passed by the City Conncil and ap- proved by the Mayor this 13th day of April. 1955. N'olar* Brown, Mayor Attest: Roy Fose, City Clerk Approved as to Form: Merritt Johnson, City Attorney (April 23, 1965) of Newport were dinner uests let the Gordm Crbtree hone. ! Mr. ,and Mrs. Verl Helmer and r. :and Mrs. tOmme Ceen aui family ned Mr. and Mrs. Crdon Green, Mr. marl Mrs. Jack Rigsby ,and duffhter and Les Green at the Riekard At- kinson Imme in Spokane for Estev dinner. Eleven dults and 14 chil- dren enjoyed Easter dimmer a .the Hugh Hart horrm. Cruests included iVlr. a,nd Mrs. Ben Green ,and faly, M.r. and Mrs. Jack Govlnat and fml. flY, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Hart, and fan:ly, lr. ,and Mrs. Earle Wittner and hmily ,and Cory Helmer, atl of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. John CamlbeH, Mr. nd Mrs. Art B)mrs and Mrs. Nettle Mill were dinner guests at the Olive,r OlSen home in Spokane Easter. LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Butch Kauth, Mrs. Ela Jones, Mrs. Bertha Grunewatd and Mrs. l_ise Pitman ,attended Tillium Lodge at Waverly ls Fday. Surveying by the county is being done in preparation for street wvrk voted on in the recen eec "Cmn. A meeting of cancer drive workers ws held Monday in the church basement. A movie arid a fim io were shown. They were "Tell Your Neigh.. bor" ,and "One Million Divi- dends." II Ill I The ! Maple Leaf Motel Has All 4 le 8 Unit Motel Family Units Single Units Playground 2. June's Beauty Shop Permenents 6.50-Up Tues.. Fri., 9 -5 Sat. 9 -3 Evenings By Appointment 3. Convenient Grocery Store Can Goods, Meats, Fresh Fruits, Etc. 4. Barber Shop 1.25 Haircuts 8 a. m.- 7 p. m. Across From Geiger Fiel On Highway 10 I TE 8-1223 II IIII II I I I I