Site Context Map. This map shall illustrate the parcel in connection to its surrounding neighborhood. Based upon existing data sources and field inspections, it shall show various kinds of major natural resource areas or features that cross parcel lines or that are located on adjoining lands. This map enables the Planning Board to understand the site in relation to what is occurring on adjacent properties.
Existing Conditions/Site Analysis Map. This map familiarizes officials with existing conditions on the property. Based upon existing data sources and field inspections, this base map shall show current zoning district boundaries including Flood Plain and Water Protection Districts and shall locate and describe noteworthy resources that should be protected through sensitive subdivision layouts. These resources shall include wetlands, riverfront areas, floodplains and steep slopes, but may also include mature, non-degraded woodlands, hedgerows, farmland, unique or special wildlife habitats, historic or cultural features (such as old structures or stone walls), unusual geologic formations and scenic views into and out from the property. Where appropriate, photographs of these resources should accompany the map. By overlaying this plan onto a development plan, the parties involved can clearly see where conservation priorities and desired development overlap/conflict.
Other Information. In addition, applicants may submit any additional information or documentation that may be helpful to the Planning Board.
Design Criteria - The design process and criteria outlined in Sections 17.06 and
shall be discussed by the parties at the pre-application conference and site
17.05 Application for Special Permit:
The Planning Board, acting as the Special Permit Granting Authority (SPGA), may authorize an OSRD Special Permit pursuant to the procedures developed below.
Application. An appropriate forms
application for to the Planning
a Special Permit shall be submitted on the Department. Applicants for OSRD shall also
shall include a Conventional (1) and (20 of this Section
Yield Plan and an OSRD Plan (See Subsections A prepared by an interdisciplinary team including a
Civil Engineer, Registered Architect. The applicant shall
Land Surveyor, and a Registered also submit both the Site Context Map
B. above. Additional information reasonably determinations and assessments cited herein shall be site contour maps and existing current soils maps.
necessary to make the provided, including existing