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culverts, drains, and easements, and shall identify adjacent properties and their existing uses.

  • 5.

    The site plan shall show the location, proposed finished floor and grade line elevations, size of proposed principal and accessory buildings, their relation one to another and to any existing structure rotation one to another and to any existing structure on the site, the height of all buildings, and square footage of floor space. Site plans for residential development shall include a density schedule showing the number of dwelling units per net acre, including a dwelling schedule showing the unit type and number of each unit types.

  • 6.

    The site plan shall show the proposed streets, driveways, sidewalks, and other vehicular and pedestrian circulation features within and adjacent to the site; also, the location, size and number of parking spaces in the off-street parking area, and the identification of service lanes and service parking.

    • 7.

      The site plan shall show the proposed location, use, and size of open spaces; and the location of any landscaping, fences, or walls on the site. Any proposed alterations to the topography and other natural features shall be indicated. The site plan shall further show any proposed location of connections to existing utilities and proposed extensions thereof.

  • D.

    If a proposed development which requires a site plan is located in a known or suspected environmentally-sensitive area, a site investigation report may be required by the Planning Commission. The site investigation report shall contain details on the nature of the environmentally-sensitive area and methods that will be used to mitigate potential damage to such areas, if appropriate. Specifically, the report shall contain:

  • 1.

    A description of the natural and cultural features of the project including but not necessarily limited to:

    • a.

      A description of the topography of the land and soil.

  • b.

    The existing water resources including surface water, groundwater, drainage, floodplains and wetlands, water quality, and the effect of the project on any aquifer and neighboring wells.

  • c.

    A description of the existing vegetation, habitat, and wildlife.

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