Skip to code content (skip section selection)
(A) Application. The condominium subdivision developer shall submit a written application to the Kingsley Village Zoning Administrator for approval of the condominium subdivision plan and also the fee established by the Kingsley Village Council for review of the plans.
(B) Size and scale. The condominium subdivision plan may be on paper and shall be not less than 24 inches by 36 inches, at a scale of at least 1 inch to 100 feet showing the date and north arrow.
(C) Information required. The following shall be shown on the condominium subdivision plan or submitted with it:
(1) The name of the proposed condominium subdivision;
(2) Names, addresses, and telephone numbers of the proprietor and the surveyor preparing the plan;
(3) Location of the condominium subdivision, giving the name of the village, township, and county;
(4) Legal description of the property;
(5) The names of property owners, zoning, and use of abutting lands;
(6) Statement of intended use of the proposed condominium, such as residential single-family, 2-family, and multiple housing;
(7) A map of the entire area scheduled for development and all contiguous land owned by the proprietor, if the proposed plan is a portion of a larger holding intended for subsequent development;
(8) A location may show the relationship of the proposed plan to the surrounding area;
(9) The land use and existing zoning of the proposed condominium subdivision;
(10) Location, type, dimensions, and proposed use of all existing structures;
(11) Condominium lot lines and the total number of condominium lots by block;
(12) Contours shall be shown on the condominium subdivision plan at 5-foot intervals where slope is greater than 10%, and 2-foot intervals where slope is 10% or less;
(13) (a) A site report as described in the rules of the State Department of Public Health.
(b) The site report is required if the proposed condominium subdivision is not to be served by public sewer and water.
(14) Proposed and existing storm and sanitary sewers, water mains, and their respective profiles, or indicate alternative methods;
(15) Right-of-way easements, showing location, width, and purpose;
(16) The location and types of all significant existing vegetation, water courses and bodies, flood plains, and water retention areas, and soil types;
(17) In the event soils or vegetation types indicate wetlands may be present, a wetlands determination by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources as to the existence of any wetlands on the property; and
(18) A statement of deed restrictions and bylaws as applicable.
(Ord. passed 10-23-1978, § 14.09)