No building, structure, use or improvement shall be undertaken in a Floodplain District without the prior approval of the Planning Commission nor without a Conditional Use Permit issued by the Board of Zoning Adjustment.
a.A development plan shall be prepared by the applicant and submitted to the Planning Commission for review and approval. Provisions of Article XIII of these regulations pertaining to Development Plans shall be followed.
b.In reviewing the submitted plan of development, the Planning Commission shall be guided by the following standards:
i.Permitted uses shall be of the type not subject to major damage by floods as set forth in Section 690(2).
ii.Structures shall be placed on the lot so as to offer no obstruction to the flow of water at the one-hundred (100) year flood plain level.
iii.Structures shall be firmly anchored to prevent floating away during floods.
iv.Topographic data, hydrological data, engineering studies or other special studies may be necessary to determine the effects of flooding on a proposed structure or the effect on the floodway of the structure and the Planning Commission may require that such studies by prepared by competent engineers or other professionals.
v.The granting of approval shall not be construed to