7-3-14: HEALTH AND WELFARE:
In order to show conformance with the town's master plan, any application shall show, where applicable, that the design and operation of the development proposal will protect and provide for the general health, welfare and safety of the development's residents by accomplishing the following:
   A.   Slash Around Homes: To avoid insects, diseases and wildfire hazards, all vegetative residue, slashings, branches, limbs, stumps, roots or other such flammable lot clearing debris should be disposed of thirty feet (30') around home site areas by either chipping or removal prior to final building inspection approval. Home site areas shall include all areas of the lot in which such materials are generated or deposited.
   B.   Road Slash: To avoid insects, diseases and wildfire hazards all cut combustible materials, vegetative residues including fallen or cut trees and shrubs, pulled stumps, or other such flammable road clearing debris should be disposed of from subdivision roadside strips by either chipping or removal prior to returning the road improvement bond. Roadside strips are fifty feet (50') wide areas that parallel each side of the road and are measured from the edge of the road right of way. Compacting of slash and debris into road fill areas shall not be permitted.
   C.   Water And Sewer Service: All development must receive both water and sewer service from public facilities. (Ord. 317, Series of 2002)