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68.04 SMALL SITE PROJECTS; EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PLAN; APPLICATION <br /> PROCEDURES <br /> A. Application Process. <br /> 1. A written application for erosion and sediment control plan approval, along with the <br /> proposed erosion and sediment control plan, shall be filed with the Engineering Department, when <br /> applicable as per paragraph D of 68.03 of this chapter. The application shall include a statement <br /> indicating the purpose for which the approval is requested, that the proposed use is permitted by right or <br /> as an exception in the underlying zoning district, and adequate evidence showing that the proposed use <br /> will conform to the standards set forth in this chapter. <br /> 2. Two sets of clearly legible copies of drawings and required information shall be <br /> submitted to the Engineering Department and shall be accompanied by all applicable fees. Drawings shall <br /> be prepared to a scale appropriate to the site of the project and suitable for the review to be performed. At <br /> a minimum the scale shall be 1 inch equals 50 feet. <br /> 3. The erosion and sediment control plan must be reviewed and approved by the City <br /> Engineer prior to issuance of a small site erosion and sediment control plan permit. <br /> B. Erosion and sediment control plan. At a minimum, the erosion and sediment control plan shall <br /> contain the following information for all work, except as determined otherwise by staff: <br /> 1. Identification and description; <br /> 2. Applicant's name and address; <br /> 3. Legal description and address; <br /> 4. Names, addresses, and phone numbers of the primary contact, record owner, and an <br /> agent, land surveyor, and engineer, if any; <br /> 5. Names, addresses, and phone numbers of the primary contact for project general <br /> contractor shall be submitted prior to start of any land disturbing activities; <br /> 6. General location map; <br /> 7. Date of preparation on any maps provided; <br /> 8. Existing conditions: <br /> a. Boundary lines of proposed plan; <br /> b. Existing drainage, utility, and other easements; <br /> c. Existing zoning classifications for land within and abutting the development; <br /> d. Acreage and lot dimensions; <br /> e. Location of existing roads, property lines and structures; <br /> f. Location and dimensions of existing natural waterways and stormwater <br /> drainage systems; <br /> g. Location of existing natural water bodies including lakes, streams, and <br /> wetlands on or immediately adjacent to property, as well as normal water level and ordinary high water <br /> level; and <br /> h. Vegetative cover, wooded areas, and a clear delineation of any vegetation <br /> proposed for removal. <br /> 3. A site construction plan. At a minimum, the site construction plan shall include the <br /> following: <br /> a. Locations and dimensions of all proposed land disturbing activities; <br /> b. Locations and dimensions of all temporary soil or dirt stockpiles; <br /> c. Any temporary easements needed during construction. <br /> 4. Checklist. A completed erosion and sediment control plan checklist specifying the <br /> erosion and sediment control practices to be utilized shall be submitted. Both the applicant and the <br /> contractor shall sign the erosion and sediment control plan checklist certifying their understanding of the <br /> measures and that penalties may be exacted by the City for failure to comply with the measures agreed <br /> upon. <br />