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The Examiner shall inquire into the public use and interest proposed to be served by the establishment of the subdivision and dedication.

A proposed subdivision and dedication shall not be approved unless the Examiner makes written findings that:

A. Appropriate provisions are made for the public health, safety, and general welfare, for open spaces, drainage ways, streets, alleys, other public ways, transit stops, potable water supplies, sanitary wastes, parks and recreation, playgrounds, schools and school grounds and all other relevant facts, including sidewalks and other planning features that assure safe walking conditions for students who walk to and from school; and

B. The public use and interest will be served by the platting of such subdivision and dedication. If the Examiner finds that the proposed subdivision and dedication make such appropriate provisions and that the public use and interest will be served, then the Examiner shall approve the proposed subdivision and dedication. [Ord. 591 § 29, 2015; Ord. 60 § 1, 1996.]