(a)   Contents of Logging Plans.  Logging plans, which shall be prepared by a professional forester and submitted with the permit application, shall include:
      (1)   The landowner’s name and address and the name, address and telephone number of the plan preparer;
      (2)   A site map, drawn to a scale of one inch equals fifty feet or one inch equals one hundred feet, including both the boundaries of the property on which the timber harvest will take place and the boundaries of the proposed harvest area within that property;
      (3)   A location map sufficient to denote the location of the site;
      (4)   North point for the site;
      (5)   Municipal corporation and township lines;
      (6)   Significant topographic features related to potential environmental problems, including the location of all streams and wetlands;
      (7)   Location of all earth disturbance activities such as roads, landings and water control measures and structures;
      (8)   Location of all stream and wetland crossings;
      (9)   Location where timber harvesting activities will abut, take place upon, or cross an existing public water, sanitary sewer, or storm sewer facility;
      (10)   Location of adjacent streets or highways, including any access points to those highways;
      (11)   Location of all buffer zones that may be required or provided;
      (12)   Design, construction, maintenance and retirement of the access system, including haul road, skid roads, skid trails and log landings;
      (13)   Design, construction, and maintenance of water control measures and structures, including but not limited to, diversions, detention or retention basins, sediment basins, culverts, straw bales, silt fences, high delay vegetative strips and other related controls;
      (14)   Design, construction, and maintenance of stream and wetland crossings;
      (15)   A stand prescription for each stand located in the proposed harvest area; and
      (16)   Additional information as may reasonably be required by the Building Inspector.
   (b)   Compliance with Other Codes and Regulations.  Logging plans shall address and comply with the requirements of all applicable local laws and regulations, including, but not limited to, the following:
      (1)   Site Stabilization and Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control Regulations of the Village; and
      (2)   Storm Water Management Regulations of the Village.
         (Ord.  3940.  Passed 6-13-18.)