(A)   Any person, firm or corporation proposing to engage in activity requiring a permit hereunder shall initially complete the lot grading checklist in § 150.42 and shall apply for a permit by written application which shall include the applicant’s agreement to comply with the regulations in § 150.36 hereof upon issuance of the permit.
   (B)   The applicant shall consult the borough zoning ordinance, as adopted by reference in Chapter 155 of this code of ordinances, subdivision and land development (Chapter 154 of this code of ordinances), floodplain ordinance (Chapter 152 of this code of ordinances) and stormwater ordinance (Chapter 153 of this code of ordinances), as prepared, and as may be amended, which govern the development of land within the borough prior to making application for a permit under the subchapter.
   (C)   (1)   A separate application shall be required for each earth disturbance operation.
      (2)   Three copies of all the documents referred to below shall be submitted with each application. The application forms submitted shall consist of the forms provided by the borough together with the required fees. All applications shall be submitted to the Borough Zoning Officer who shall retain one for borough records and forward two copies of all documents to the Borough Engineer for initial plan review.
   (D)   The Borough Council shall determine the fees for such permits, from time to time, by resolution.
   (E)   Any application for an earth disturbance permit shall be accompanied by a plan showing the following:
      (1)   A topographic survey plan of the site, at a suitable scale of no less than one inch equals 50 feet and contour interval of no more than two feet zero inches, prepared by a registered professional land surveyor or registered professional engineer, including a boundary line survey, the location and description of vegetative cover, the general location of all major trees (as defined by the borough zoning ordinance, as adopted by reference in Chapter 155 of this code of ordinances) and any other pertinent existing natural or human-made features. Interpolated contours from USGS maps or any other similar source are not acceptable. The plan size shall be a minimum, eight and one-fourth inches by 14 inches;
      (2)   This topographic survey plan shall also show existing rights-of-way and easements;
      (3)   (a)   A site improvement and grading plan of the same size and scale as division (A)(1) above, showing and describing all changes to the site including final contours, structures, paving, waste disposal systems and wells. This improvement and grading information may be combined on the topographic survey when all information can be clearly and legibly shown.
         (b)   This site improvement and grading plan shall show (on one or more plans) the following:
            1.   Existing and proposed rights-of-way and easements;
            2.   First floor elevation;
            3.   Driveway grade;
            4.   One hundred-year floodplain limit and elevation;
            5.   The limits of forests (as defined by the borough zoning ordinance, as adopted by reference in Chapter 155 of this code of ordinances). Plans should identify the age and general condition of forest areas (i.e., successional growth, mixed deciduous, coniferous and the like);
            6.   Delineation of portions of the property containing: slopes 8% to 15%, 15% to 25%, greater than 25%;
            7.   Wetlands (if any);
            8.   Existing and proposed stormwater management facilities. If new stormwater management facilities are proposed, the engineering calculations used to design those facilities shall also be provided;
            9.   Landscape buffers or screens;
            10.   Any upstream watershed draining onto the property, with a clear description of how stormwater runoff from the upstream watershed will be accommodated; and
            11.   Intersection clear sight triangles.
      (4)   A written description of soil erosion and sedimentation control measures (with appropriate plans and specifications), in accordance with 25 Pa. Code §§ 102.4 and 102.11 25 Pa. Code Chapter 102, Rules and Regulations, Part I, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, Subpart C, Protection of Natural Resources, Article II, Water Resources, which shall be in conformity with the standards and specifications of the borough ordinances;
      (5)   If the proposed activity constitutes a “land development”, stormwater management calculations prepared in accordance with the requirements of borough subdivision and land development ordinance (Chapter 154 of this code of ordinances) and the stormwater management ordinance (Chapter 153 of this code of ordinances) shall be prepared and submitted by a registered professional engineer; and
      (6)   A time schedule stating the anticipated starting and completion dates of the development sequence, the expected date of completion of construction of each of the measures referred to in division (E)(4) above, and the time of exposure of each area prior to the completion of such measures.
   (F)   The site plans required herein shall also be prepared in accordance with the site plan requirements of the borough, as adopted by reference in Chapter 155 of this code of ordinances, and/or other specific requirements of other ordinances and regulations of the borough that include but are not limited to:
      (1)   Floodplain regulations;
      (2)   Onlot sewage regulations; and
      (3)   Zoning ordinance, as adopted by reference in Chapter 155 of this code of ordinances.
(Ord. 218-2006, passed 6-5-2006)