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I am looking for some guidelines for digital plat submission. We are amending the counties comp plan and have chosen to go this way. Any guidelines as far as units, projections, datums, etc. I would appreciate any info.
"BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That a digital *.DXF file or *.DWG file of this final plat be submitted to the City prior to City signatures being placed upon the plat and all information transmitted on the diskettes shall be tied to and referenced to State Plane Coordinates NGVD 1929 or others approved by the City Engineer."
Our current regs are lacking in this area...but here they are...
n. Board Signature: Prior to obtaining Board signature, the Applicant shall submit two (2) complete paper print plan sets and supporting documents as required in Section 4.19 with a letter explaining how the Applicant addressed the conditions of approval. This shall include final and complete reports for all items submitted during review for the Town of Londonderry’s file. The Chairman and Secretary of the Board shall endorse a reproducible mylar, and four (4) paper copies of the approved plan(s) meeting the conditions of approval upon receipt of an executed bond for all improvements, excluding buildings. The Planning Department shall retain a reproducible and four (4) paper copies with supporting documents for Town of Londonderry records.
In addition, complete electronic files of all of the drawings in the plan set in the latest AutoCAD format or other acceptable format approved by the Town shall be provided for the Town of Londonderry’s records.
a. The applicant shall submit to the Town Engineer detailed "as-built " plans (electronic as-built file in a form as described in Section 2.05n, mylar reproducible and one paper print) of the site plan. The applicant's engineer shall certify to the Town Engineer that the layout of the line and grade of all public improvements is in accordance with improvement plans of the site plan.