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Township of Middle Smithfield, PA
Monroe County
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Pursuant to the MPC, as amended from time to time, the Middle Smithfield Township Board of Supervisors shall have exclusive jurisdiction to hear and render a decision in the following matters:
Applications for planned residential developments;
Applications for subdivision and land development;
Applications for conditional use;
Applications for curative amendments;
Petitions for amendments to land use ordinances;
Appeals from the determination of the Zoning Officer or municipal engineer in the administration of any land use ordinance with reference to sedimentation and erosion control and stormwater management insofar as they relate to a subdivision and land development application;
Applications for a special encroachment permit; and
Applications for traditional neighborhood developments.[1]
Editor’s Note: The Traditonal Neighborhood Development (TND) Option was removed from Ch. 200 by Ord. No. 188, adopted 9-4-2012.
Any review of activity within the floodplain review, site plan review, subdivision and land development review, erosion control review, wetland delineation review, stormwater management review, steep slope review or any other review, approval or permit under this chapter by an officer, employee, board, commission, solicitor, consultant, engineer or agency of the Township shall not constitute a representation, guarantee or warranty of any kind by the Township or its employees, officials, boards, solicitor(s), engineer(s), consultant(s) or agencies of the practicality or safety of any structure, use or subdivision or land development and shall create no liability upon nor a cause of action against the Township, entity or person for any damage that may result pursuant thereto.
A Township fee schedule for permits and applications may be established and amended by written resolution of the Board of Supervisors. No application or appeal shall be considered filed until all fees are paid.
The Board of Supervisors may amend and/or repeal any or all portions of this chapter on its own motion or after agreeing to hear a written request of any person, entity, landowner or the Planning Commission.