(A)   Erosion and sediment control standards shall comply with the city’s engineering design guidelines (“Design Manual”) as well as Chapter 4 of the city’s zoning ordinance.
   (B)   The development shall conform to the natural limitations presented by topography and soil so as to create the least potential for soil erosion.
   (C)   Erosion and siltation control measures shall be coordinated with the different stages of construction. Appropriate control measures shall be installed prior to development when necessary to control erosion.
   (D)   Land shall be developed in increments of workable size such that adequate erosion and siltation controls can be provided as construction progresses. The smallest practical area of land shall be exposed at any one period of time.
   (E)   When soil is exposed, the exposure shall be for the shortest feasible period of time.
   (F)   In the event that permanent stabilization cannot be feasibly obtained within 14 days after construction activity in that portion of the site has temporarily or permanently ceased, and seven days if discharge points are located within one mile of an impaired or special water body, temporary soil stabilization BMPs must be implemented within the time frame.
   (G)   Where the topsoil is removed, sufficient arable soil shall be set aside for respreading over the developed area. The soil shall be restored to a depth of four inches and shall be of a quality at least equal to the soil quality prior to development.