Sec. 23-16. Approval of plats, etc., required.
All plans, plats or replats of land hereafter laid out in building lots, and the streets, alleys or other portions of the same intended to be dedicated for public use, or for the use of purchasers or owners of the lots fronting thereon or adjacent thereto, and plans and descriptions of all streets, alleys or public ways intended to be deeded or dedicated for public use, or for the use of purchasers or owners of the land fronting thereon or adjacent thereto, which is not intended to be platted into lots or other designated tracts, shall be submitted to the planning commission for their consideration and their recommendation shall then be submitted to the mayor and council for their official consideration and action, and no such plat, replat, dedication or deed of street or public way shall be filed with the register of deeds as provided by law until such plat, replat, dedication or deed shall have had endorsed thereon approval by the planning commission and by mayor and council.
Source: Code 1962, § 11-24-3