Prior to expansion or conversion of a condominium project to additional land the new phase of the project shall undergo site plan review and approval pursuant to Section 5.19 of the Liberty Township Zoning Ordinance.
Master Deed, Restrictive Covenants and "As Built" Survey to be Furnished
The condominium project developer or proprietor shall furnish the Zoning Administrator with the following: One (1) copy of the recorded master deed, one (1) copy of all restrictive covenants and two (2) copies of an "as built survey". The "as built survey" shall be reviewed by the Zoning Administrator for compliance with Township Ordinances. Fees for this review shall be established by resolution of the Township Board.
Monuments Required - Site Condominium Projects
All condominium projects which consist in whole or in part of condominium units which are building sites, mobile home sites, or recreational sites, shall be marked with monuments as provided in this subsection:
Monuments shall be located in the ground and made according to the following requirements, but it is not intended or required that monuments be placed within the traveled portion of a street to mark angles in the boundary of the condominium project, if the angle points can be readily re-established by reference to monuments along the sidelines of the streets.
All monuments used shall be made of solid iron or steel bars at least one-half (1/2) inch in diameter and thirty-six (36) inches long and completely encased in concrete at least four (4) inches in diameter.
Monuments shall be located in the ground at all angles in the boundaries of the condominium project; at the intersection lines of streets and at the intersection of the lines of streets with the boundaries of the condominium project and at the intersection of alleys with the boundaries of the condominium project; at all points of curvature, points of tangency, points of compound curvature, points of reverse curvature and angle points in the side lines of streets and alleys; at all angles of an intermediate traverse line and at the intersection of all limited common elements and common elements.
If the required location of a monument is an inaccessible place, or where the locating of a monument would be clearly impracticable, it is sufficient to place a reference monument nearby and the precise location thereof be clearly indicated on the plans and referenced to the true point.