Applicants for conditionally permitted Wireless Telecommunication Facilities shall submit the following information:
   A.    Survey of Existing Conditions.  A survey for the entire property shall be prepared by a surveyor licensed to practice in the State of Ohio. This survey shall indicate all observable physical features on the site and on property abutting the site, ownership of the property and of all property abutting the site, underground and overhead utilities, easements, deed restrictions, property line bearings and distances. Topography at two foot intervals shall be shown for the entire property or within at least a 150 foot radius of the tower, whichever is less. Spot elevations may be used when contour intervals are impractical.
   B.    Legal Description.  Legal description of the parent tract and leased parcel if applicable.
   C.    Site Development Proposal.  A scaled site plan and specifications clearly indicating the location of all new and existing underground and overhead facilities. This shall include, but not be limited to, the proposed tower, antenna and associated buildings, uses and structures on the same and adjacent properties, underground and overhead utilities, and exterior lighting. Adjacent roadways, proposed means of access, parking and other information deemed necessary by the Zoning Administrator for a review of the application shall also be shown.
   D.    Setback Dimensions.  Setback dimensions shall show the distance between each property line and the closest point on the perimeter of the tower structure.
   E.    Grading and Landscaping Plan.  A proposed site grading and landscape plan showing specific landscape materials, sizes and species proposed. Land contours shall be shown at two foot intervals and the surface drainage concept shall be indicated for the entire property, or within at least a 150 foot radius of the tower, whichever is less. Spot elevations may be substituted where contour elevations are impractical.
   F.    Antenna and Towers.  Plans, elevation drawings and material specifications for all proposed antenna towers and antennae.
   G.    Buildings.  Building plans, elevation drawings and material specifications for all proposed buildings, structures, fences, walls and gates.
   H.    Fences.  Shall include a plan and elevations drawn to scale together with a material specification for all security enclosures.
   I.    Certification of Compliance.  A written certification from a registered professional engineer of compliance with all applicable federal, state, county or local laws including all provisions with this Chapter. Additionally, prior to final inspection by the Building Department documented certification shall be submitted to the FCC, with a copy to the City certifying that the wireless communication facility complies with all current FCC regulations for non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation (NIER).
   J.    Co-Location Statement.  A notarized statement by a registered professional engineer, hired by the applicant, that verifies that construction of the tower will accommodate co-location of additional antennas for future use and also states the ultimate height needed for the co-location capacity required.
   K.    Lease Agreement.  A copy of the proposed antenna tower site lease agreement including all easements and access rights.
   L.    Inventory.
      1.    List of Applicant Locations: Each applicant for an antenna and/or tower shall provide to the Zoning Administrator an inventory of its existing towers, antennas, or sites approved for towers or antennas, that are either within the jurisdiction of the City or within one mile of the border thereof, including specific information about the location, height, and design of each tower.
      2.    Specification of Backhaul Providers: Identification of the entities providing the backhaul network for the tower(s) or antenna(s) described in the application and other cellular sites owned or operated by the applicant in the City.
   M.    Justification.  A description of the suitability of the use of existing towers, other structures or technology not requiring the use of the proposed new tower.
      1.    Existing facilities not available. A demonstration that a technically suitable location is not reasonably available on an existing tower, building or structure.
      2.    Co-location rejected. If another tower is technically suitable the applicant must show that the applicant has requested to co-locate and that the request was rejected by the owner of the tower, building or structure.
   N.    Master Plan of Provider.  A description of the feasible locations of future towers or antennas within the City based upon existing physical, engineering, technological or geographical limitations in the event the proposed tower or antenna is erected.
   O.    Radio Frequency (RF) Engineer Testimony.  Testimony shall be made by a radio frequency engineer at all required public hearings and he/she shall attest to the engineering need for the tower height requested.