The township planning commission may also prepare, adopt, change and amend, as parts
of the official master plan or otherwise, sets of regulations governing subdivisions
of land in unincorporated areas, and amend or change same from time to time, as provided
in sections 65.650 to 65.700, which regulations may provide for the proper location and width of streets, building
lines, open spaces, safety, recreation, and for the avoidance of congestion of population,
including minimum width and area of lots. Such regulations may also include the extent to which and the manner in which streets
shall be graded and improved, and the extent to which water, sewer and other utility
services shall be provided, to protect public health and general welfare. Such regulations may provide that in lieu of the immediate completion or installation
of such work, the township planning commission may accept bond for the county commission
in the amount and with surety and conditions satisfactory to the county commission,
providing for and securing to the county commission the actual construction of such
improvements and utilities within a period specified by the township planning commission,
and the county commission shall have power to enforce such bond by all proper remedies. Such subdivision regulations shall be adopted, changed or amended, certified and
filed as provided in sections 65.650 to 65.700. Such subdivision regulations shall be adopted, changed or amended only after a public
hearing has been held thereon, public notice of which shall be given in the manner
as provided for the hearing in sections 65.650 to 65.700.
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