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All development occurring within the city and its area of extraterritorial jurisdiction for subdivision regulations shall provide for properly-sized storm water conveyance facilities and shall contain on-site, or provide off-site, storm water management facilities capable of controlling increased runoff relative to its pre-developed condition, and water quality control structures capable of managing the stormwater runoff quality produced from an 80th percentile rainfall event under post-construction conditions (See § 156.094, below). Unless included in exemptions listed in § 156.094(J), no application for a preliminary or final plan of subdivision shall be approved unless it includes either a plan describing the manner in which storm water erosion and sediment resulting from the development will be controlled or managed or a documented request for a waiver thereof. Similarly, unless exempt, no building permit shall be issued for any parcel or lot until either an adequate storm water management plan addressing erosion, sediment and storm water, or a documented request for a waiver thereof, has been approved.
(Ord. 2001-1253, passed 8-23-01; Am. Ord. 2014-1636, passed 4-10-14)