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(A) Reports required. The petitioner shall be required to furnish the Plan Commission the following special reports regarding the proposed project. Whenever possible the information may be incorporated on the plan drawing. If more detailed information is necessary, the petitioner shall submit a separate written report or drawings.
(B) Waiving reports. The petitioner may request that any or all of these reports be waived by the Plan Commission, but the petitioner must demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Plan Commission that any or all reports required in this section are not relevant to the proposed project.
(C) Special reports; described.
(1) Plan and profile. A detailed tentative plan and profile of all proposed roads and drainage improvements showing the layout and gradients (exaggerated scale) shall be provided.
(2) Water supply and sewage disposal report. The petitioner shall provide a water supply and sewage disposal report showing the following information:
(a) Distance and location of existing public sewer and water mains if these facilities exist within two miles of the proposed PUD;
(b) The type of water supply to be used, either public or private. If the public system is to be used, an estimate of the daily loading on the system is to be included with the proposed layout;
(c) The type of sewage disposal system to be used, either public or private. If the public system is to be used an estimate of the daily loading on the system is to be included with the proposed layout; and
(d) Soil Conservation Service soil information with soil boundaries, soil identification codes, and soil name clearly marked on the plan.
(3) Drainage report. The petitioner shall provide information on the methods to be used to control drainage from the proposed project. This report shall contain a proposed layout of the drainage system including, but not limited to, swales, storm sewers, and retention basins.
(4) Infrastructure report. In addition to the above information, the petitioner shall provide details of the impact, if any, of the proposed project on the public infrastructure, including:
(a) Impact of the project on the public school system;
(b) Requirements for police and fire protection; and
(c) Proposed access routes and potential highway improvements.
(5) Environmental report. The petitioner shall provide details of the impact, if any, of the proposed development on the environment of both the development site and the surrounding area. This information shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
(a) Hydrologic impact of the proposed project on both surface and ground water supplies;
(b) Biological impacts on the flora and fauna; and
(c) Physical environmental impacts such as noise, dust, site disturbance, and vibrations.
(6) Features. The petitioner shall provide information on the major natural, historical, environmental, and architectural features of the area.
(7) Proposed structures. The petitioner shall provide information as to the type, size, materials, and design of the structures to be erected in the PUD.
(`88 Code, § 8-148) (Ord. 98-20, passed 11-10-98)