The Building Committee in determining approval of an application for building permit for construction on dune topography shall consider divisions (A) through (J) below, in addition to the other provisions of this chapter:
   (A)   Planning and design to fit the topography, soils, geology, hydrology and other conditions existing on the proposed site;
   (B)   Orientation of the planning and design to the site so that grading and other site preparation is kept to an absolute minimum;
   (C)   The shape of essential grading to complement the natural land forms and prohibition of all successive padding and/or terracing of the building site;
   (D)   Development of the site so that construction can be completed within 1 construction season in order that areas are not left bare and exposed during the winter-spring period;
   (E)   Accomplishment of all paving as rapidly as possible after grading;
   (F)   Landscaping of areas around the proposed structure in a manner which blends into the natural topography;
   (G)   Demonstration of a concern for the view of the dune as well as the view from the dune;
   (H)   Special consideration in the design of visual elements such as sidewalks and pathways to enable the maximum identity and uniqueness of character to be built into each site;
   (I)   Minimum disruption of existing plants or ground cover; and
   (J)   Minimum impact on the street right-of-way.
(Ord. 208, passed 12-19-1983; Am. Ord. 11-11, passed 9-19-2011; Am. Ord. 2021-09, passed 7-20-2021)  Penalty, see § 155.999