APRIL 2, 2007SHAWNEE PLANNING COMMISSION MINUTESPAGE 31
in 1999. Improvement plans to widen Monticello will impact five of these trees. In light of this, the owner will tree spade and relocate these trees behind the new right-of-way line for Monticello.
Any areas disturbed by construction of the parking lot expansion or new access drive shall be sodded in accordance with SMC 17.57.035.
7. 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.
The conceptual grading plan shown for this development appears to be in substantial compliance with City standards. The following design issues and any additional issues discovered during the review of the site development plans must be resolved prior to the issuance of a building permit.
The existing contours shown on the grading plan to be submitted with the site development plans need to correctly depict the terrain and drainage patterns along the east side of the development site and on the adjoining property.
The grading plan to be submitted with the site development plans for the first phase of construction must correctly depict only the grading to be undertaken for that phase.
When applying for a permit from the Codes Administration Division, the applicant is responsible for submitting a rough grading plan as an integral part of the site development plans. 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 applicant is also responsible for submitting an erosion and sediment control plan as an integral part of the site development plans submitted for a building permit. The erosion and sediment control plan must show the type and location of all proposed measures, which will include at least one temporary construction entrance. Staff may require the plan to show additional measures, including diversion channels and siltation basins, at such locations as may be necessary to retain eroded material on the development site. Also, the plan must include general notes on installing and maintaining siltation control measures and restoring vegetation on disturbed areas, an installation schedule, details of any special grading activities, and standards details of all proposed measures.