A. Utility distribution lines shall be placed underground within the public right-of-way. On all public streets, the advisory agency may require additional utility easements adjacent to the outside of the public right-of-way line.
B. The sidelines of all easements shall be shown by fine dotted lines. If any easement already of record cannot be definitely located, a statement of its existence, nature, and recorded reference must appear on the title sheet. Distances and bearing on the sidelines of lots which are cut by an easement must be arrowed or so shown that the map will indicate clearly the actual lengths of the lot lines. The widths of all easements and sufficient ties thereto definitely to locate the same with respect to the subdivision must be shown. All easements must be clearly labeled and identified; if an easement shown on the map is already of record, its recorded reference must be given. If an easement is being dedicated by the map, it shall be set out in the owner’s certificate of dedication. All notes and figures pertaining to easements shall be considerably smaller and lighter than those relating to the subdivision itself.
C. The city may require the subdivider to remove any trees, brush, or other obstructions lying within an easement or right-of-way. The subdivider shall be required to remove or trim trees or brush lying within the easements or rights-of-way over which utilities are to be constructed, when such trees or brush interfere with the construction of such utility lines. Such work shall be completed in a manner satisfactory to the utilities concerned.