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1. General subdivision information shall describe or outline the existing conditions of the site and the proposed development, as necessary to supplement the drawings required in this subsection. This information may include data on existing covenants, land characteristics, and available community facilities and utilities; and information describing the subdivision proposal, such as number of residential lots, typical lot width and depth, business areas, playgrounds, park areas, and other public areas, proposed protective covenants, and proposed utilities and street improvements.
2. A location map shall show the relationship of the proposed subdivision to existing community facilities that serve or influence it. This map shall include the development name and location; scale, north arrow and date; main traffic arteries; and, if requested by the City, other significant features such as public transportation lines; shopping areas; elementary and high schools; parks and playgrounds; principal places of employment; and community features such as railroad stations, airports, hospitals and churches.
3. A sketch plan on a topographic survey may (if available) show, in simple sketch form, the proposed layout of streets, lots, and other features in relation to existing conditions. The sketch plan may be a freehand pencil sketch made directly on a print of the topographic survey. In any event, the sketch plan shall include either the existing topographic data listed in Subsections 176.06(5) and (6) of this chapter or such of these items or data as the Commission determines is necessary for its consideration of the proposed sketch plan.