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parking areas, with access drives thereto; location of outdoor storage, if any; location of all existing or proposed site improvements, including drains, culverts, retaining walls and fences; description of method of sewage disposal and location of such facilities; location and size of all signs; location and proposed development of buffer areas; location and design of lighting facilities; and the amount of building area proposed for non- residential uses, if any.

d.

A tracing overlay showing all soils areas and their classifications, and those areas, if any, with moderate to high susceptibility to flooding, and moderate to high susceptibility to erosion. For areas with potential erosion problems, the overlay shall also include an outline and description of existing vegetation.

e.

A boundary survey in compliance with Act 132, 1970 as amended, must be provided in order for the property to be developed.

f.

All applicable drainage must be signed and sealed by an engineer, land surveyor or architect licensed by the State of Michigan.

Factors for Consideration.

The Township Planning Commission’s review of a preliminary site plan shall include, but is not limited to the following considerations:

a.

Adequacy and arrangement of vehicular traffic access and circulation, including intersections, road widths, channelization, traffic controls, and pedestrian movement.

b.

Location, arrangement, appearance, sufficiency of off-street parking.

and

c.

Location, arrangement, size and design of buildings, and lighting.

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