A. The platting officer and the appropriate government agencies shall review the right-of-way acquisition plat for completeness. If the proposed plat does not meet the requirements of this chapter, it shall be returned to the submitting agency with an explanation of its deficiencies.
B. The public notice and hearing requirements applicable to major plats submitted for approval, set forth in FNSBC 17.12.030 apply to right-of-way acquisition plats submitted to the borough for action.
C. The platting board’s preliminary approval of a right-of-way acquisition plat is effective for 60 months. The platting board may grant an extension for recording the final plat upon the finding that it is in the public interest to do so.
D. The platting officer shall review the final plat within 60 days of receipt of the final plat application and return a copy of its review to the submitting agency. The submitting agency shall make any necessary changes to the final plat and submit a final copy to the platting officer for recording.
E. All decisions of the platting board under this chapter are final unless appealed to the planning commission within seven calendar days. Any appeal is subject to Chapter 17.68 FNSBC. (Ord. 2014-59, 2014. 2004 Code § 17.30.160.)