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Provide a community impact report containing a statement of estimated number of people coming into the area as a result of the subdivision, anticipated needs of the proposed subdivision for public facilities and services, the increased capital and operating cost to each affected unit of local government. Provide responses to each of the following questions and provide reference materials as required:
A. Education And Busing:
1. Describe the available educational facilities which would serve this subdivision.
2. Estimate the number of schoolchildren that will be added by the proposed subdivision. Provide a statement from the administrator of the affected school system indicating whether the increased enrollment can be accommodated by the present personnel and facilities and by the existing school bus system. If not, estimate the increased expenditures that would be necessary to do so.
B. Roads And Maintenance:
1. Estimate how much daily traffic the subdivision, when fully occupied, will generate on existing streets and arterials.
2. Describe the capability of existing and proposed roads to safely accommodate this increased traffic.
3. Describe increased maintenance problems and increased cost due to this increase in volume.
4. Describe proposed new public or private access roads including:
a. Measures for disposing of storm runoff from streets and roads.
b. Type of road surface and provisions to be made for dust.
c. Facilities for streams or drainage crossing (e.g., culverts, bridges).
d. Seeding of disturbed areas.
5. Describe the closing or modification of any existing roads.
6. Explain why road access was not provided within the subdivision, if access to any individual lot is directly from arterial streets or roads.
7. Is year round access by conventional automobile over legal rights of way available to the subdivision and to all lots and common facilities within the subdivision? Identify the owners of any private property over which access to the subdivision will be provided.
8. Estimate the cost and completion date of the system, and indicate who will pay the cost of installation, maintenance and snow removal.
C. Water, Sewage, And Solid Waste Facilities:
1. Briefly describe the water supply and sewage treatment systems to be used in serving the proposed subdivision (e.g., methods, capacities, locations).
2. Provide information on estimated cost of the system, who will bear the costs, and how the system will be financed.
3. Where hookup to an existing system is proposed, describe estimated impacts on the existing system, and show evidence that permission has been granted to hook up to the existing system.
4. All water supply and sewage treatment plans and specifications will be reviewed and approved by the department of environmental quality (DEQ) and should be submitted using the appropriate DEQ application form.
5. Describe the proposed method of collecting and disposing of solid waste from the development.
6. If use of an existing collection system or disposal facility is proposed indicate the name and location of the facility.
D. Fire And Police Protection:
1. Describe the fire and police protection services available to the residents of the proposed subdivision including number of personnel and number of vehicles or type of facilities for:
a. Fire Protection: Is the proposed subdivision in an existing fire district? If not, will one be formed or extended? Describe what fire protection procedures are planned?
b. Law Enforcement Protection; Which Of: Is the proposed subdivision within the jurisdiction of a county sheriff or municipal law enforcement agency?
2. Can the fire and law enforcement agency protection service needs of the proposed subdivision be met by present personnel and facilities? If not, describe the additional expenses that would be necessary to make these services adequate, and who would pay the costs?
E. Payment For Extension Of Capital Facilities: Indicate how the subdivider will pay for the cost of extending capital facilities resulting from expected impacts directly attributable to the subdivision. (Ord. 784, 8-6-2007)