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(1) A land disturbing activity site plan, including a stormwater site plan consistent with the land disturbing activity site plan, shall be submitted with the land disturbing activity permit application. Engineered construction plans shall be submitted when required under SCC 30.63B.200. The land disturbing activity site plan shall depict, but not be limited to, the following items, when applicable:

(a) Existing and finished grade contours including natural drainage courses consistent with the requirements of volume I of the Drainage Manual;

(b) Critical areas and their buffers;

(c) The amount of proposed fill, measured in acres, in critical areas;

(d) Landscape and open space areas and tree and native vegetation retention and replacement areas;

(e) Clearing limits and clearing operations;

(f) Quantity of cut or excavations and fill or embankments in cubic yards;

(g) Soils specifications for compaction;

(h) Cut and fill areas and stockpile areas;

(i) Setbacks from property boundaries;

(j) Terracing, keyways and benches;

(k) A description of construction specifications, operations and scheduling pursuant to requirements in the EDDS;

(l) A description of efforts made to minimize the amount of cut or fill necessary for the site; and

(m) The location of all on-site stormwater management BMPs that constitute infiltration facilities and therefore require protection from over compaction from grading.

(2) Pursuant to chapter 30.52A SCC and SCC 30.63B.210 through 30.63B.250, reports on geotechnical engineering, soils engineering, engineering geology, groundwater, and liquefaction shall be submitted when required by this chapter and chapter 18 of the IBC. (Added by Amended Ord. 10-023, June 9, 2010, Eff date Sept. 30, 2010; Amended by Ord. 15-103, Jan. 11, 2016, Eff date Jan. 22, 2016).