Notes: Reference SCH#2012022065
The project consists of a subdivision of the four parcels into a total of 27 single family home lots with a minimum lot area of 10,000 sq. ft. each, and five (5) common area lots for stormwater detention/treatment and for open space. A total of 12 residential lots would be created on Parcels 3 and 4, and 15 lots on Parcels 1 and 2 (in about the same configuration as proposed in the Prior Project, as shown in Preliminary Site Plan (Figure 3). Access to the site would be provided through th 50-foot wide stem on Parcel 4 where it abuts Fairview Ave. The Project will propose to establish an agreement with the homeowner's association for the adjacent Jelincic subdivision (Tract 6102) to include in the Project a vehicular connection to Karina Street, providing an emergency vehicular access (EVA) for both subdivisions; the proposed EVA is not yet shown on the subdivision drawings. Water and wastewater utilities would be provided by extending utilities to the site from Fairview Ave. through the proposed access road. An on-site stormwater management system would be designed for the Project to retain stormwater in two on-site detention basins, each equipped with features that would provide water quality treatment in compliance with current Countywide Clean Water Program requirements and would control the release of retained stormwater at a rate lower than the current rate of runoff from the undeveloped parcels. Architectural designs of the future homes on the Project site have not been provided. Other details of the project will be determined following receipt and consideration of technical studies currently underway, including an updated biological survey, geologic/soil analysis, traffic impact study and visual photo-simulations.
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