1292.05  APPLICATION PROCEDURE.
   Applications shall be filed with the Village as follows:
   (a)   Applicant.  An application for approval of a Planned Unit Development shall be submitted by or on behalf of an applicant who has a demonstrable legal interest in all of the lands within the proposed development.
   (b)   Preapplication Conference.  An applicant shall meet with the Planning Commission staff prior to the submission of a formal application.  The purpose of the conference is to review the procedure necessary for the submission of an application.  Special problems concerning utilities, street access, site design and zoning will be identified to enable the developer to better plan for the project.  Time requirements for plan approval shall be reviewed.
   (c)   Preliminary Plan Application.  Before submitting a final plan, an applicant shall submit a preliminary plan of the Planned Unit Development in accordance with this section.  Such plan shall show the name, location and principal design elements so as to enable the Village to make a determination as to whether the Planned Unit Development is in conformity with this Zoning Code.  The approval of a preliminary plan shall confer on the applicant the conditional right that the general terms and conditions under which the preliminary plan approval was granted will not be changed.
   (d)   Final Plan Application.  Upon approval of a preliminary plan application, a developer shall prepare and submit a final plan application in accordance with this section.  Upon approval of a final plan application by Council, the developer may obtain necessary building permits for the construction of the Planned Unit Development.
   (e)   Submission Requirements for Preliminary Plan Application.  A preliminary plan application shall include:
      (1)   Two copies of the applicant's name, address, phone number, proof of property interest and the name, address and phone number of the architect, engineer or designer preparing the application;
      (2)   Two copies of a written legal description of the total site area proposed for development;
      (3)   Ten copies of a site plan and supporting maps and drawings containing the following information, at a scale of not more than one inch equals 100 feet and sufficiently dimensioned so as to identify the size and location of the various elements of the plan, including:
         A.   A location map;
         B.   Site topography, existing and proposed, at intervals not greater than two feet;
         C.   The location of all existing and proposed buildings and structures;
         D.   Public and private roadways within and adjacent to the site;
         E.   Walkways within and adjacent to the site;
         F.   Park areas, driveways and loading and service areas;
         G.   Open areas and a description as to use;
         H.   A written tabulation of statistical data concerning the site, including the number of dwelling units by type, the area of all parcels created, the area of all common open space and the number of parking spaces provided;
         I.   A general plan of landscaping within the site, with specific details of plan size to be shown for any landscaping provided to comply with any required screening within the project;
         J.   The location and screening of any outside trash containers;
         K.   The location and size of all existing utilities and drainage facilities;
         L.   The general location and size of all proposed utilities and drainage facilities; and
         M.   The dimensions of all parcels to be created as a part of the development;
      (4)   Two copies of building elevation drawings showing the architectural style to be used in the development;
      (5)   The organizational structure of the homeowner's association to be formed for the operation and maintenance of all common open space and common property and facilities within the development, for review by the Village Attorney;
   (f)   Submission Requirements for Final Plan Application.  A final plan application shall include:
      (1)   Two copies of the applicant's name, address, phone number, proof of property interest, and the name, address and phone number of the architect, engineer or designer preparing the application;
      (2)   Two copies of a written legal description of the total site area proposed for development;
      (3)   Two copies of a letter of transmittal setting forth the proposed development schedule, including the sequence of any phases of development;
      (4)   Ten copies of a site plan and supporting maps and drawings containing the following information at a scale of not more than one inch equals 100 feet, and dimensioned so as to identify the size and location of the various elements of the plan, including:
         A.   A location map;
         B.   Site topography, existing and proposed at intervals not greater than two feet;
         C.   The location of all existing and proposed buildings and structures;
         D.   Public and private roadways within and adjacent to the site;
         E.   Walkways within and adjacent to the site;
         F.   Park areas, driveways and loading and service areas;
         G.   Open areas, and a description as to use;
         H.   A written tabulation of statistical data concerning the site, including the number of dwelling units by type, the area of all parcels created, the area of all common open space and the number of parking spaces provided;
         I.   A general plan of landscaping within the site, with specific details of plan size to be shown for any landscaping provided to comply with any required screening within the project;
         J.   The location and screening of any outside trash containers; and
         K.   The dimensions of all parcels to be created as part of the development;
      (5)   The organizational structure of the homeowner's association to be formed for the operation and maintenance of all common open space and common property and facilities within the development;
      (6)   Two copies of all covenants pertaining to the development; and
      (7)   Plans and specifications for all sanitary sewer, storm drainage, water and roadways within the project.  Such plans and specifications shall be prepared by a professional engineer in accordance with the standards of the Michigan Department of Public Health, as they pertain to public utilities.
(Ord. 2009-6.  Passed 11-9-09.)