17-1003. Suburban development; powers of city council or board of trustees; dedication of avenues, streets, and alleys.
The city council or board of trustees of such municipality shall have power, by ordinance, to provide the manner, plan, or method by which the real property in any such area may be subdivided, platted, or laid out, including a plan or system for the avenues, streets, or alleys to be laid out within or across the same. The city council or board of trustees shall have the power to compel the owner of any such real property in any such area, in subdividing, platting, or laying out of same, to conform to the requirements of such ordinance and to lay out and dedicate the avenues, streets, and alleys in accordance therewith.
Laws 1957, c. 37, § 3, p. 204.