§ 154.036  EVALUATION OF SITE DEVELOPMENT PLANS.
   (A)   The review of a site development plan shall be based upon consideration of the following:
      (1)   Characteristics of adjoining and surrounding uses;
      (2)   Economic factors relating to the proposed use;
      (3)   Traffic safety, internal circulation and parking;
      (4)   Provisions for adequate noise and/or visual buffering from non-compatible uses;
      (5)   Retention of on-site existing natural features in any residential development; and
      (6)   Problems that may arise due to development within potential hazard areas.
   (B)   All development applications for site design review are subject to the development standards of the underlying zoning district and may be modified pursuant to satisfaction of the considerations provided in § 154.037 (A).  The Department may waive submission requirements consistent with the scale of the project being reviewed, upon determining that requirements requested to be waived are not necessary for an effective evaluation of the site development plan.
(Ord. 2004-05, passed 9-15-2004)