through technology and site planning strategies to the best degree possible as regulated by the requirements of this Article and Article XIII, Development Plans, and shall include the following as a minimum:
a. The PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN shall detail, in text
format and on a vicinity map, where odors that could be
objectionable, are likely to originate, and include the
reasonable distance that odors can be detected. The
PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN shall include the prevailing
winds, the types of odors expected to be emitted, and shall comply with all State and Federal regulations which shall be cited in the text submitted with the PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN;
b. The vicinity map shall include all land uses (existing and
proposed) and zoning districts within 2000 feet of the
property line of the site. Should objectionable odors/odorous matter be expected to travel farther than 2000 feet, the Enforcement Officer shall determine the distance to be depicted on the Vicinity Map;
c. All reasonable mitigation measures shall be taken by the
developer/owner to minimize anticipated objectionable
odors/odorous matter and shall be submitted in text and
Vicinity Map format with the FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN as
required by ARTICLE XIII, DEVELOPMENT PLANS.
2. The Planning Commission reserves the right to direct the developer and/or owner to conduct studies by a professional engineer using state of the art engineering methods to determine findings of fact as to objectionable odor/odorous matter emanating from any existing or potential land use.