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fewer than two bedrooms, the applicant shall provide one and one half

    • (1.5)

      parking spaces per unit. Calculations for parking spaces in these developments shall be rounded up to the nearest integer where necessary. The Planning Board may choose to modify these requirements during the review process in response to conditions specific to an individual proposal.

  • (3)

    Drainage. The Planning Board shall encourage the use of Soft Stormwater Management Techniques and other Low Impact Development techniques that reduce impervious surface and enable ground infiltration where possible.

(4)

Screening

and Landscaping.

All

structural

surface

stormwater

management facilities shall be accompanied by a conceptual landscape plan.

(5)

Buffers. A buffer of 100’ shall be provided along public ways and along the perimeter of the property where it abuts residentially zoned and occupied properties. The Planning Board may waive, reduce or increase

this requirement where it determines that a different required to accomplish the objectives of this section. encouraged to review potential buffer areas during the conference referenced in Section 4 (A.) 1 of this bylaw.

requirement is Applicants are pre-application

(6)

On-site Pedestrian and Bicycle Circulation. Walkways, trails, and bicycle paths shall be provided to link residences with recreation facilities (including parkland and open space) and adjacent land uses where

appropriate.

(7)

Disturbed Areas

.

Every effort shall be made to minimize the area of

disturbed areas of the tract. A disturbed area is land not left in its natural

vegetated state.

(8)

Common Driveways.

The Planning Board may authorize the use of

common driveways to provide access to no more than 3 individual lots of land within an OSRD provided that the following conditions are met:

  • (a)

    A common driveway shall have a minimum roadway width of sixteen (16) feet to a maximum of twenty (20) feet, in addition to an easement of sufficient width to assure proper drainage and maintenance.

  • (b)

    A common driveway shall not exceed 75 feet in length.

  • (c)

    The slope or grade of a common drive shall in no place exceed 8% grade or be less than 0.5% grade, except with the written approval of the DPW Director.

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