(A)   All drawings shall be prepared at a scale of a minimum of one inch equal to 100 feet.
   (B)   Drawings shall include the following:
      (1)   A property survey and legal description of the size;
      (2)   Boundary lines of the development;
      (3)   Title and certificates, present tract designation according to official records in offices of the County Recorder; title under which proposed development is to be recorded, with names and addresses of owners. “Owner” shall include beneficial owners of any land trust;
      (4)   Statement of present and proposed ownership of all land within the planned unit development;
      (5)   Existing zoning regulations on and surrounding the size;
      (6)   Ground elevations, topographical description and, where applicable, subsurface conditions of the site;
      (7)   General land use of surrounding areas, including schools, parks and other public and semipublic facilities;
      (8)   The general location, purpose and height of each proposed building and structure;
      (9)   Internal uses of each building or structure and the specific overall land uses of the site;
      (10)   The number, type and size of residential units to be developed on the site;
      (11)   The gross floor area of all nonresidential buildings, structures and uses;
      (12)   The amount, location and proposed use of all open space and all land dedicated for public use or reserved for the use of residents of the development;
      (13)   Existing and proposed streets, alleys and other rights-of-way on and adjacent to the site;
      (14)   The amount and location of all parking spaces, loading facilities, sidewalks and service areas;
      (15)   Preliminary architectural sketches for all primary buildings in sufficient detail to permit an understanding of the style of the development and design of the buildings;
      (16)   Existing and proposed utilities on and adjacent to the site, including sanitary and storm sewers, water mains, gas lines, fire hydrants, electric and telephone lines and street lights;
      (17)   Proposed public improvements planned by public authorities on or near the size;
      (18)   Existing and proposed easements, covenants, agreements and provisions governing the use of land, including those providing for the continued protection of the planned unit development and the protection and maintenance of common open space;
      (19)   Development schedule indicating:
         (a)   Stages in which the project will be built with emphasis on area, density, use and public facilities, such as open space to be developed with each stage. Overall design of each stage shall be shown on the plat and through supporting graphic material; and
         (b)   Approximate dates for beginning and completion of each stage.
      (20)   A written statement by the landowner setting forth the reasons why, in his or her opinion, the planned unit development would be in the public interest and would be consistent with the statement of purposes for planned unit developments.
(Ord. 1999-2, Zoning § 22, subs. .320, passed 2-15-1999)