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Planning, Conservation, and Development.
SECTION 5.16- MONUMENTS
Permanent reference monuments shall be placed
within the subdivision as required herein.
City Road Right of Way Merestones, perimeter boundary and lot corners shall
conform to ClassA-2 of Code of Recommended Practice for Standards of Accuracy of
Maps, as amended. A Registered Land Surveyor in the State of Connecticut will
certify to the Public Works Department as to the correctness and accuracy.
A minimum of two (2) vertical and horizontal control points will be set
within the City right of way at positions designated by the Public Works
Department. The markers used for horizontal and vertical controls shall be
approved by the Public Works Department. Horizontal coordinates will be from
Connecticut State Co-ordinate System with tie in requirements as above. Vertical
Control will be United States Geological Survey, hereinafter referred to as USGS
mean sea level datum. The markers used for horizontal and vertical control shall
consist of a merestone with a brass cap as required by the Pubic Works
A registered land surveyor will certify to the
horizontal and vertical accuracy of the points set in accordance with Class A-2
of the Code of Recommended Practice for Standards of Accuracy of Maps prepared
by the Connecticut Technical Council, Inc., September 13, 1984, as amended from
time to time.
Highway lines will be monumented by standard City of Middletown merestones at
all points, PC, PT, PRC. The maximum distance between highway merestones will be
500 ft. on tangent or curved sections of the highway line. The proposed highway
line will be tied into existing highway merestones may be required at locations
on the highway line as required by the Public Works Department.
All lot corners shall be permanently located by iron or steel stakes at least
three quarter inch in diameter and thirty (30) inches in length.