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1. The purpose of the pre-application procedure is to afford the subdivider an opportunity to meet and receive the advice and assistance of the administrative official, and to consult early and informally with the administrative official before preparation of the preliminary plat and before formal application for its approval, in order to save time and money and to make the most of the subdivider’s opportunities.
2. The subdivider should also consult with parties potentially interested, with the subdivider or with the ultimate users of the development, such as lending and mortgage insurance institutions, with a view to reaching, at this initial stage, firm conclusions regarding what part of the market demand should be served, the suitability of the location of the proposed subdivision, the most advantageous subdivision plan, the arrangement of streets, lots and other features of the proposed development.
3. Either at the time of meeting or within 15 days after such meeting and discussion, the administrative official shall inform the subdivider that the plans and data, as submitted or as modified, do or do not meet the objectives of these subdivision regulations. When the administrative official finds the plans and data do not meet the objective of these subdivision regulations, said official shall express the reasons therefor.