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such as large trees, water courses, water bodies, historic features, wildlife and wildlife habitat, endangered species, erosion and sedimentation control, and similar community assets.

b)

The following items are set out as a minimum standard.  An Application which does not contain all of the items listed in Section IV(C)(1) above and additional requirements listed below, and meeting the specifications of these Regulations, unless waived by the Commission, shall be considered incomplete.  The Applicant may submit, or be required to submit any further information which will assist the review and which is deemed necessary to determine the proposed effect on the interests protected by this Ordinance.

c)

The names and addresses of the property owner(s), the applicant(s) and of all abutters, as determined by the most recent assessor’s records unless the Applicant or Commission  have more recent knowledge of such abutters shall be submitted with the Application.

d)

Where applicable the following shall be submitted:

(1)

A description of any alteration to flood storage capacity on the site including calculations and watershed maps.  If a change of flood storage capacity is proposed, compensation storage at every elevation in the floodplain must be shown or demonstrated.

(2)

Maximum and minimum ground water elevations.  The calendar dates of measurements, samples, and percolation tests shall be included, regardless of planned sewer connections.

(3)

Soil characteristic and types in representative portions of the site.  A photocopy of the Hampden County soils map for the project site.

(4)

A runoff plan and calculations using TR-55, TR-20 or the Modified Soil Cover Complex Method (for areas greater than 20 acres) and based on the 10 year, 50 year, and 100 year flood frequency event period.  Calculations shall show existing and proposed runoff conditions for comparative purposes.  The Commission at its discretion based on site-specific requirements will consider other methods of calculations.

(5)

DEP Stormwater Management Form and evidence documenting compliance DEP Stormwater Standards;

(6)

Methods to be used to stabilize and maintain any embankments facing any wetland or a showing of slope on plans as less than or equal to 3:1;

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