§ 97-4Form and contents.
§ 97-5Compliance with SEQRA.
§ 97-6Submission to Planning Board.
The conceptual plot plan shall include the following:
A letter of intent, which shall include a brief description of the project and any unique features or characteristics involved in the development of the project.
A conceptual plot plan drawn to a scale appropriate to the size of the project, which shall include the following:
Site dimensions, including the dimensions and locations of all existing and proposed buildings, and setbacks of said buildings from all property lines indicating the shortest distance between all existing and proposed buildings.
Front building elevations for all proposed buildings.
All existing and proposed parking spaces and driveways.
All elevations of existing grades and proposed grades.
Existing trees and all proposed landscaping.
All existing and proposed light standard locations.
All adjacent properties, streets, buildings and driveways within 50 feet of the property.
The application shall also provide information concerning the construction material which will be used on the site.
All existing and proposed sewer and water connections servicing the property, including the location of all existing and proposed hydrants.
An indication of present zoning of land on which the project is to be located and provide any recommendations for rezoning of the property.
The applicant shall submit a short environmental assessment form with the conceptual plan. Submission of this form will not relieve the applicant of the obligation to submit additional environmental assessment data as may be required in accordance with the SEQRA regulations of the State of New York.
Seven copies of the conceptual plan shall be submitted to the Planning Board at least two weeks prior to the Planning Board meeting at which the application shall be considered. At such meeting, the Planning Board shall make such recommendations regarding development of the site, zoning of the property and such other recommendations as may be appropriate.