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A storm water management plan shall be prepared for any regulated earth change subject to SWM permit requirements. The plan shall be designed to effectively manage the runoff from the site to not more than the rate and volume prior to development. Pretreatment of runoff shall be required if deemed necessary by the agent. Administratively complete plans shall include the following:
(A) A map or maps at a scale of not more than 200 feet to the inch or as otherwise determined by the agent, including the following:
(1) A legal description;
(2) Site location sketch which includes the proximity of any proposed earth change to lakes, streams, and wetlands;
(3) Predominant land features;
(4) Contours at not more than two-foot intervals, or slope description.
(B) A written description of the soil types of the exposed land area contemplated for the earth change.
(C) A description and the location of the physical limits of each proposed earth change.
(D) Location of all lakes, streams, and wetlands partially or completely contained within the boundaries of the site or within 50 feet of the site boundary to the extent that the property owner has the ability of depicting the same.
(E) A description and the location of all existing and proposed on-site storm water management facilities and measures.
(F) The timing and sequence of each proposed regulated earth change.
(G) A description and the location of all proposed temporary storm water facilities and measures.
(H) A description and the location of all proposed permanent storm water facilities and measures.
(I) Pre- and post-development storm water calculations.
(J) A program for the continued maintenance of all permanent storm water facilities and measures.
(K) Other information which the agent requires to review the impact of the proposed earth change in relationship to the standards and requirements of this chapter.
(Ord. 810, passed 11-18-2019)