(A)   The developer shall submit a FSD to the county. The FSD shall be prepared and signed by a qualified professional in accordance with the criteria in the Technical Manual. The developer submitting a FSD shall provide to the county, when necessary, a qualified professional to:
      (1)   Prepare and interpret maps, including soils, topography, and a site map; and
      (2)   Prepare a forest inventory using forest measurement equipment.
   (B)   The FSD shall be prepared in accordance with the Technical Manual. Information found in the FSD shall be presented on mapping at a scale no smaller than one inch to 100 feet.
   (C)   In a subdivision of three lots or fewer, off conveyances, single lots, or when the proposal involves a site wherein no forest resources or no forest disturbance is found in the net tract area, or all of the forest on the site will be retained and protected under a long term protection agreement, a simplified FSD in accordance with the Technical Manual may be submitted.
   (D)   FSD approval shall expire five years after approval.
   (E)   If changes occur to the forest as determined by the county, the FSD approval may be revoked.
   (F)   A full FSD shall be submitted for the net tract site including any remaining portion of the site equal to or less than 20 acres. In the case of a remaining portion greater than 20 acres, a simplified FSD with ten-foot contours and environmental features is required.
(2004 Code, § 115-5) (Ord. 98-4, passed 11-18-1998; Ord. 02-03, passed 3-14-2002; Ord. 03-04, passed 1-30-2003; Ord. 04-05, passed 4-1-2004; Ord. 07-08, passed 5-3-2007; Ord. 2011-03, passed 5-17-2011; Ord. 2022-11, passed 8-25-2022)