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MARCH 21, 2005SHAWNEE PLANNING COMMISSION MINUTESPAGE 14

drawings and as-built information required for certification of a facility shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

Storage capacity of the basin;

Water surface elevations for each design storm;

Release rates for each design storm;

Elevations and dimensions of the primary hydraulic control structure;

Elevations and dimensions of the emergency spillway;

Elevations and dimensions of the basin freeboard; and,

Basin side slopes (i.e. 4H:1V).

l.

The individual property owners within the entire development, in addition to any home association, are responsible for the continued maintenance of the detention facility, which shall be a condition of approval for the development.  The maintenance required for a detention facility includes:

Removal and clearing of debris;

Cutting of vegetation;

Restoration of eroded areas;

Removal of silt;

Repair of structural facilities; and,

When required by the City Engineer, re-certification by a licensed engineer that the detention basin has full storage capacity and that all structural facilities are fully functional.

11.Telephone, electric and cable service facilities are to be placed within rear and side yards as required by Policy Statement PS-24.  When an easement is needed specifically for either a sanitary or stormwater sewer, the easement must specify the intended use.

12.All utilities are to be placed underground.

13.The site grading, and erosion and sediment control measures required for this development shall be designed according to the standards in the Shawnee Manual of Technical Specifications and Design Criteria.

a.

The applicant has submitted a rough grading plan as an integral part of the street and storm drainage improvement plans to the City for review and approval.

The grading plan must accurately show contours of the existing ground elevations and details of area drainage and terrain, including identification of areas with existing or proposed gradients greater than 33 percent.  The plan must also show contours of the finished ground elevations to be achieved by the proposed grading activities plus all grading within public rights-of-way, and typical cross-sections of all proposed drainage channels and swales.  Existing and proposed contours must be shown extending at least 200 feet beyond the boundaries of the development site at 2-foot intervals.

The grading plan must also comply with the new “lot-to-lot” grading standards for residential developments.

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