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sloping away from the street for a minimum distance of 5 feet to create a depression at least 4 inches lower than the existing pavement edge. From the low point of the depression, the approach will slope ¼-inch to ½-inch per foot towards the street. Beyond the right-of-way, the centerline gradient of the driveway should not exceed a slope of plus 12 percent or minus 8 percent.
The first, two feet of an approach will be restricted to asphalt pavement, which will have a minimum thickness of 6 inches. The remainder of the approach may be paved using 6 inches of concrete.
A culvert pipe will be installed under the approach. The CSP or RCP culvert must have a minimum diameter of 15 inches and must be installed with flared end sections.
The road ditch next to the property must be regraded along the entire lot frontage as necessary to provide positive drainage. The side and back slopes of the road ditch will be graded to a maximum 4H:1V slope.
All work, except the paving, will be completed prior to the footing and foundation inspection. Paving will be completed prior to the issuance of any Certificate of Occupancy.
9.The applicant is responsible for scheduling a pre-design meeting with Engineering staff prior to preparing the site development plans, which must show all proposed public and private site improvements. The public improvements required for this development includes grading within the public street right-of-way, constructing the residential driveway approach, constructing the public storm sewer system. These public improvements shall be designed according to the standards in the Shawnee Manual of Technical Specifications and Design Criteria. The final site development plans must be submitted to the City for review and approval of the public improvements prior to issuance of a footing and foundation permit.
10.Prior to issuance of a footing and foundation permit, the applicant must obtain one or more Public Improvements Permits for all street, storm drainage and stormwater detention, and street lighting required for the development site. All public improvements shall be constructed according to the standards in the Shawnee Manual of Technical Specifications and Design Criteria. No Certificate of Occupancy for the development shall be issued prior to the completion, inspection and acceptance of all required public improvements.
Staff recommends approval of Z-3-05-03, rezoning from R-1 (Single Family Residential) to DU (Duplex) for a 12,373 square foot parcel located at 11203 W. 60th Street, subject to the following conditions:
1.Publication of the rezoning ordinance prior to issuance of a building permit;
2.Receipt of a building permit prior to any construction;