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The application for a permit shall be signed by at least one owner of the property for which the permit is sought attempting to the truth and exactness of all information supplied on the application. At a minimum, each application shall contain the following information when applicable:
(a) Name, address and phone number of applicant;
(b) Legal description of property;
(c) Existing use;
(d) Proposed use;
(e) Zoning district;
(f) Plans, showing on a map, drawn to a standard engineering scale, the actual dimensions and the shape of the lot to be built upon; the exact size and location of existing buildings on the lot, if any; and the location and dimensions of the proposed building(s) or alteration;
(g) Building heights;
(h) Number of off-street parking spaces or loading berths;
(i) Number of dwelling units;
(j) For similar or conditional use permit applications, the following additional information must be provided:
(1) In lieu of item (f) above, a site plan showing all buildings, parking and loading areas, traffic access and circulation, utilities, signs and landscaping at a scale sufficient to permit study of all elements of the plan. Typical elevations and floor plans of the building must be provided. In addition, the proposed site and/or planned development shall show all adjacent properties, including existing building, located within two hundred feet of the proposed side in the same block. The plans shall meet the required standards and designs and indicate no adverse effects which may cause injury to adjoining property or the City as a whole. Plans so approved shall regulate the development on such premises, unless modified in the same manner as the plans were originally approved. Such review is necessary to secure property relationships between parking areas, access drives, abutting public thoroughfares, landscaping, building, siding and open space. The Planning Commission may require other information to determine if the proposed use meets the intent and requirement of this Zoning Code.
(2) A narrative statement evaluating the economic effects on adjoining property; the effect of such elements as noise, glare, odor, fumes and vibration on adjoining property; a discussion of the general compatibility with adjacent and other properties in the district; and the relationship of the proposed use to the comprehensive plan.
(k) Such other matters as may be necessary to determine conformance with, and provide for the enforcement of this Zoning Code and the City Building Code.
(Ord. 1989-81. Passed 1-2-90.)