Borough of Penns Grove, NJ
Salem County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Penns Grove 4-7-1970; readopted 3-1-1977 by Ord. No. 77-1 (Ch. 192 of the 1986 Code); amended in its entirety 7-5-2017 by Ord. No. 2017-5. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Land use procedures and fees — See Ch. 85.
Numbering of buildings — See Ch. 203.
Certificates of occupancy — See Ch. 213.
Uniform construction codes — See Ch. 223.
Flood damage prevention — See Ch. 252.
Site plan review — See Ch. 375.
Stormwater management — See Ch. 387.
Stormwater pollution control — See Ch. 390.
Zoning — See Ch. 450.
The purpose of this chapter is to establish rules, regulations, standards and procedures for approval of subdivisions of land to promote and ensure:
A. 
Conformity with the Map Filing Law (N.J.S.A. 46:26B-1 et seq.).
B. 
Consistency of the layout or arrangement of the subdivision with the requirements of Chapter 450, Zoning, of the Borough Code.
C. 
Streets in the subdivision of sufficient width and suitable grade and suitably located to accommodate prospective traffic and to provide access for fire-fighting and emergency equipment to buildings and coordinated so as to compose a convenient system consistent with the Official Map, if any, and the circulation element of the Master Plan, if any, and so oriented as to permit, consistent with the reasonable utilization of land, the buildings constructed thereon to maximize solar gain, provided that no street of a width greater than 50 feet within the right-of-way lines shall be required unless said street constitutes an extension of an existing street of the greater width, or already has been shown on the Master Plan at the greater width, or already has been shown in greater width on the Official Map, subject to the New Jersey Residential Site Improvement Standards.
D. 
Adequate water supply, drainage, shade trees, sewerage facilities and other utilities necessary for essential services to residents and occupants.
E. 
Suitable size, shape and location for any area reserved for public use pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-44.
F. 
Reservation pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-43 of any open space to be set aside for use and benefit of the residents of planned development resulting from the application of standards of density or intensity of land use contained in this chapter and Chapter 450, Zoning, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-65c.
G. 
Regulation of land designated as subject to flooding, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-65e, to avoid danger to life or property.
H. 
Protection and conservation of soil from erosion by wind or water or from excavation or grading.
I. 
Conformity with standards promulgated by the Commissioner of Transportation pursuant to the Air Safety and Hazardous Zoning Act of 1983 (N.J.S.A. 6:1-80 et seq.) for any airport hazard areas delineated under that Act.
J. 
Conformity with a municipal recycling ordinance required pursuant to N.J.S.A. 13:1E-99.16.
K. 
Conformity with the State Highway Access Management Code adopted by the Commissioner of Transportation under Section 3 of the State Highway Access Management Act (N.J.S.A. 27:7-91 et seq.) with respect to any state highways within the municipality.
L. 
Conformity with any access management code adopted by the county under N.J.S.A. 27:16-1 with respect to any county roads within the municipality.
M. 
Conformity with any municipal access management code adopted under N.J.S.A. 40:67-1 with respect to municipal streets.
N. 
Protection of potable water supply reservoirs from pollution or other degradation of water quality resulting from the development or other uses of surrounding land areas, which provisions shall be in accordance with any siting, performance, or other standards or guidelines adopted therefor by the Department of Environmental Protection.
O. 
Conformity with the public safety regulations concerning stormwater detention facilities adopted pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-95.1 and reflected in stormwater management plans and stormwater management ordinances adopted pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-93 et seq.
P. 
Conformity with the model ordinance promulgated by the Department of Environmental Protection and Department of Community Affairs pursuant to N.J.S.A. 13:1E-99.13a regarding the inclusion of facilities for the collection or storage of source-separated recyclable materials in any new multifamily housing development.
Q. 
Standards, subject to the New Jersey Residential Site Improvement Standards, as applicable, for grading, improvement and construction of streets or drives and for any required walkways, curbs, gutters, streetlights, shade trees, fire hydrants and water, and drainage and sewerage facilities and other improvements as shall be found necessary, and provisions ensuring that such facilities shall be completed either prior to or subsequent to final approval of the subdivision by allowing the posting of performance and maintenance guarantees by the developer.
R. 
Standards to ensure that subdivisions shall conform to the applicable provisions of this chapter.
S. 
Performance in substantial accordance with the final development plan, provided that the Planning Board may permit a deviation from the final plan, if caused by change of conditions beyond the control of the developer since the date of final approval, and the deviation would not substantially alter the character of the development or substantially impair the intent and purpose of the Master Plan and Chapter 450, Zoning, of the Borough Code.
T. 
Off-tract water, sewer, drainage and street improvements which are necessitated by a subdivision, subject to the provisions of N.J.S.A. 40:55D-42.
U. 
In the case of a development which proposes construction over a period of years, the protection of the interests of the public and of the residents, occupants and owners of the proposed development in the total completion of the development.
V. 
The submission of proof that no taxes or assessments for local improvements are due or delinquent on the property for which any subdivision, site plan, or planned development application is made.
W. 
Provisions for minor subdivision approval pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-47.
X. 
Standards encouraging and promoting flexibility, economy and environmental soundness in layout and design in accordance with which the Planning Board may approve the varying, within a conventional subdivision, of lot areas and dimensions and yards and setbacks otherwise required by municipal development regulations in such a way that the average lot areas and dimensions, yards and setbacks within the subdivision conform to the conventional norms of the municipal development regulations, provided that such standards shall be appropriate to the type of development permitted.
Y. 
Promoting any other purposes or objectives of N.J.S.A. 40:55D-1 et seq., the Penns Grove Borough Master Plan, and this chapter.
Except as otherwise provided herein, any division, subdivision, resubdivision, or reconfiguration of any lot, tract or parcel of land, whether or not for sale or development, must be made in accordance with the requirements of this chapter and all other applicable requirements of the Municipal Land Use Law (N.J.S.A. 40:55D-1 et seq.) and Chapter 450, Zoning, of this Code. All major and minor subdivision plans must conform to all applicable requirements of the Map Filing Law (N.J.S.A. 46:26B-1 et seq.), including requirements relating to monuments. Applicants must confirm to the satisfaction of the Planning Board Engineer, prior to the signature of any final subdivision plat or minor subdivision deeds by any Borough official, that all approved existing monuments remain in place and that all required new or reset monuments have been set or reset consistent with the approved plan.
The following shall not be considered subdivisions within the meaning of this chapter, if no new streets are created:
A. 
Divisions of land found by the Planning Board to be for agricultural purposes where all resulting parcels are five acres or larger in size;
B. 
Division of property by testamentary or intestate provisions;
C. 
Divisions of property upon court order, including but not limited to judgments of foreclosure;
D. 
Consolidation of existing lots by deed or other recorded instrument; and
E. 
Conveyance of one or more adjoining lots, tracts or parcels of land owned by the same person(s) and all of which are found and certified by the administrative officer to conform to the requirements of the municipal development regulations and are shown and designated as separate lots, tracts, or parcels on the Tax Map or atlas of the Borough.
The Planning Board, when acting upon applications for preliminary or minor subdivision approval, shall have the power to grant such exceptions from applicable submission requirements and design standards as may be reasonable and within the general purpose and intent of this chapter, Chapter 450, Zoning, of this Code and the Municipal Land Use Law, if the literal enforcement of one or more provisions of this chapter is impracticable or will exact undue hardship because of peculiar conditions pertaining to the land in question, and if the proposed resulting lots and the existing and proposed structures and improvements upon them will comply with all applicable zoning requirements.
A. 
Unsuitable lots. All lots shall be suitable for the purpose for which they are intended to be used.
(1) 
In order to prevent the use of lots which are not suitable because of adverse topography, flood conditions, proximity to municipal boundaries, or similar circumstances, the Planning Board may require such revisions in the layout of the subdivision as will accomplish one of the following:
(a) 
The area of any unsuitable lot is included in other lots by increasing the size of the remaining lots and eliminating the unsuitable lot;
(b) 
The unsuitable lot is included in an area to be deeded to the Borough and held in its natural state for conservation and/or recreation purposes;
(c) 
The unsuitable lot is deed restricted against unsuitable uses and limited only to suitable uses subject to zoning requirements; or
(d) 
Some other suitable arrangement is made, such as common ownership made permanent by deed covenants running with the land.
(2) 
No building or structure in a municipality other than the Borough of Penns Grove will have street access only in Penns Grove, and no building or structure in the Borough of Penns Grove will have street access only in another municipality.
B. 
Block and lot numbers. Block and lot numbers shall be assigned for each lot by the Tax Assessor.
C. 
Driveways. Existing and proposed driveway locations must be depicted on all subdivision plans. Driveways must be located at safe distances from all roadway intersections when applying generally accepted engineering or other design or safety standards. Driveways must also conform to all applicable zoning regulations.
D. 
Sidewalks, curbs, gutters and other improvements. Sidewalks, curbs, gutters and other improvements are required for all subdivisions, minor and major, as set forth in this chapter or in the Residential Site Improvement Standards (N.J.A.C. 5:21-1.1 et seq.), as applicable, unless waived or exempted by the Planning Board or the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs. In the case of minor subdivisions, applicants must depict all required improvements on the minor subdivision plans to the Planning Board Engineer's satisfaction and then deliver a copy of the approved plan to the Borough Engineer prior to signature of the minor subdivision deeds by the Planning Board Chair and Municipal Land Use Secretary. All required improvements at each lot must thereafter be completely installed by such lot's respective owner, and inspected and approved by the Borough, prior to issuance of any certificate of occupancy for such lot.
E. 
Grading and drainage. Grading and drainage plans for all lots resulting from minor and major subdivisions must be reviewed and approved.
A. 
Classification. A minor subdivision is a subdivision of land that does not involve the creation of more than two lots, in addition to one retained or remainder parcel, provided that such subdivision does not involve a planned development, any new street or the extension of any off-tract improvement, the cost of which is to be prorated pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-42.
(1) 
In counting lots to determine whether or not a proposed subdivision is a minor subdivision, the following lots shall be counted:
(a) 
All lots to be created by or resulting from the proposed subdivision, including all retained or remainder parcels.
(b) 
All lots created by prior subdivisions out of the original parcel of contiguous land under common ownership as it existed on September 1, 1987.
(2) 
No lots shall be counted twice, and in the case of resubdivisions, lot line adjustments or lot mergers any lot eliminated shall be deducted and any lot replaced shall not be recounted.
B. 
Application requirements. Applications for minor subdivision approval shall include applicable fees and escrow deposits.
C. 
Review. If the Planning Board determines that the application for development is complete and conforms to the above definition of "minor subdivision" and if the applicant's proposal complies with all applicable zoning requirements and other requirements for approval, the Board may hear and decide the application without public notice. Minor subdivision approval shall be deemed to be final approval of the subdivision by the Board, provided that the Board shall condition any minor subdivision approval that it grants upon timely receipt of a favorable report on the application by the Salem County Planning Board as may be applicable pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:27-6.3, or approval by the Salem County Planning Board by its failure to report thereon within the required time period. The Board may also condition minor subdivision approval upon ensuring the provision of certain improvements pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-38, 40:55D-39, 40:55D-40 and 40:55D-53, as well as provision of review and inspection escrows relating thereto, and applicable approvals from other regulatory agencies.
D. 
Time for decision. Minor subdivision approval shall be granted or denied within 45 days after completeness is certified or deemed by law, or within such further time as may be consented to by the applicant.
E. 
Amendment. Applicants may amend a minor subdivision approval prior to expiration of the approval or filing of the minor subdivision deed or plat. Applications for amendment must include all required materials, information and fees. Any application for amendment of an approval in which publicly noticed site plan approval or variances were also granted, or which involves any new site plan approval requiring public notice or any new variance request, must be heard on public notice pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-11 and 40:55D-12. When approving an amendment to a previous approval in which variances or site plan approval was granted, the Planning Board may modify the nature and extent and any terms or conditions of such variances or site plan approval. The engineer's estimate on which any posted performance or maintenance guarantees have been calculated, and the guarantees themselves, as well as any easements or restrictions that were required as part of the earlier approval, should be reviewed to determine whether any changes are necessary.
F. 
Expiration. Minor subdivision shall expire 190 days from the date on which the Planning Board adopts the resolution of approval unless, within such period, a plat in conformity with such approval and the provisions of the Map Filing Law (N.J.S.A. 46:26B-1 et seq.), or a deed clearly describing the approved minor subdivision, is filed by the developer with the County Recording Officer, the Municipal Engineer and the Municipal Tax Assessor. Any such plat or deed accepted for such filing shall have been signed by the Chair of the Planning Board and the Municipal Land Use Secretary.
(1) 
In reviewing the application for development for a proposed minor subdivision the Planning Board may be permitted by ordinance to accept a plat not in conformity with the Map Filing Law, provided that if the developer chooses to file the minor subdivision as provided herein by plat rather than deed, such plat shall conform to the provisions of said law.
(2) 
The zoning requirements and general terms and conditions, whether conditional or otherwise, upon which minor subdivision approval was granted shall not be changed for a period of two years after the date on which the resolution of minor subdivision approval is adopted, provided that the approved minor subdivision shall have been duly recorded as provided above.
(3) 
The recording deadline and/or approval expiration period can be extended by the Planning Board as provided in N.J.S.A. 40:55D-47 or, if there have been no changes in the applicable zoning or the facts and circumstances of the application, simply reaffirmed for a new period of 190 days. Any extension or reaffirmation request for an approval that also included any variance or publicly noticed site plan approval granted must be heard on public notice pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-11 and 40:55D-12. Applications to extend or reaffirm a minor subdivision approval must include all required materials, information and fees. The engineer's estimate on which any posted performance or maintenance guarantees have been calculated, and the guarantees themselves, as well as any easements or restrictions that were required as part of the earlier approval, should be reviewed to determine whether any changes are necessary.
A. 
Classification. All subdivision applications not classified as minor pursuant to § 400-6 above shall automatically be classified as major subdivision applications. All major subdivision applications should be formally reviewed in two stages, preliminary and final.
B. 
Preliminary major subdivision application.
(1) 
Fees and escrow deposits. Applications for preliminary major subdivision approval shall include all required fees and escrow deposits.
(2) 
Review. The Planning Board shall review the preliminary major subdivision application at a public hearing on public notice as required by N.J.S.A. 40:55D-11 through 40:55D-12.2 for the purposes of making an informed decision as to whether the requirements necessary for preliminary approval have been met. The plat and any other engineering documents to be submitted shall be required in tentative form for discussion purpose for preliminary approval. If the Planning Board requires any substantial amendment in the layout of improvements proposed by the developer that have been the subject of a hearing, an amended application shall be submitted and proceeded upon, as in the case of the original application for development. The Planning Board shall, if the proposed subdivision complies with this chapter and the Municipal Land Use Law, grant preliminary approval to the subdivision.
(3) 
Time for decision. For a subdivision of 10 or fewer lots, the Planning Board must grant or deny preliminary approval within 45 days following the date the application is certified or deemed complete or within such further time as may be consented to by the developer. For a subdivision of more than 10 lots, the Planning Board must grant or deny preliminary approval within 95 days following the date the application is certified or deemed complete or within such further time as may be consented to by the developer. Otherwise, the Planning Board shall be deemed to have granted preliminary approval to the subdivision.
(4) 
Denial. In the event the Board denies the preliminary major subdivision application, such denial must be memorialized in a written resolution containing a statement of reasons for the denial, a copy of which shall be given to the applicant.
(5) 
Other agency approvals. Review or approval by the Planning Board does not preclude the necessity for submission, review and approval by other reviewing authorities. These authorities may include but are not be limited to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and the Salem County Planning Board.
(6) 
Amendment. Applicants may amend a preliminary major subdivision approval prior to expiration of the approval or the grant of final major subdivision approval. Applications for amendment must include all required materials, information and fees. All applications for amended preliminary major subdivision approval must be heard on public notice pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-11 and 40:55D-12. When approving an amendment to a previous approval in which variances or site plan approval was granted, the Planning Board may modify the nature and extent and any terms or conditions of such variances or site plan approval. The engineer's estimate on which any posted performance or maintenance guarantees have been calculated, and the guarantees themselves, as well as any easements or restrictions that were required as part of the earlier approval, should be reviewed to determine whether any changes are necessary.
(7) 
Expiration. Preliminary major subdivision approval shall expire three years following the date the initial resolution of preliminary subdivision plan approval is adopted. Except as provided in N.J.S.A. 40:55D-49d, preliminary major subdivision approval confers upon the applicant the following rights during the aforesaid three-year period:
(a) 
The general terms and conditions on which preliminary approval was granted shall not be changed, including but not limited to use requirements; layout and design standards for streets, curbs and sidewalks; lot size; yard dimensions; and off-tract improvements, except that nothing herein shall be construed to prevent the Borough from modifying by ordinance such general terms and conditions of preliminary approval as relate to public health and safety;
(b) 
The applicant may submit for final approval on or before, but not after, the expiration date of preliminary approval the whole or a section or sections of the preliminary subdivision plat, as the case may be, provided that such section or sections were depicted on and approved with the preliminary subdivision plat; and
(c) 
The applicant may apply for extension(s) of preliminary major subdivision approval as provided in N.J.S.A. 40:55D-49. All extension requests must be heard on public notice pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-11 and 40:55D-12. Applications to extend or reaffirm a preliminary major subdivision approval must include all required materials, information and fees. The engineer's estimate on which any posted performance or maintenance guarantees have been calculated, and the guarantees themselves, as well as any easements or restrictions that were required as part of the earlier approval, should be reviewed to determine whether any changes are necessary.
C. 
Final major subdivision application. Applications for final major subdivision approval must be filed prior to the expiration of preliminary approval (that is, within three years, plus any extensions, following the date the initial resolution of preliminary major subdivision approval is adopted). Applications for final major subdivision approval filed after the expiration of preliminary approval will not be accepted or reviewed.
(1) 
Fees and escrow deposits. Applications for final major subdivision approval must include all required fees and escrow deposits.
(2) 
Review. The Planning Board shall review the final major subdivision application at a public hearing on public notice pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-11 through 40:55D-12.2 and shall grant final approval if the detailed drawings, specifications and estimates of the application for final approval conform to the standards established by this chapter, the conditions of preliminary major subdivision approval, and the standards prescribed by the Map Filing Law (N.J.S.A. 46:26B-1 et seq.). The following matters should be addressed as part of any grant of final major subdivision approval:
(a) 
All road, sight triangle, drainage or other easements or restrictions which must be granted or imposed on behalf of the Borough or any other person or entity.
(b) 
The installation and maintenance of proposed improvements that must be secured by performance and maintenance guarantees pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-53 and approval of the engineer's cost estimate.
(c) 
The amount and terms of payment for off-tract improvements pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-42.
(d) 
The completion deadline or schedule of deadlines to be imposed for installation of improvements that are to be secured by performance and maintenance guarantees.
(3) 
Time for decision. Final approval shall be granted or denied within 45 days after the date completeness is certified, or within such further time as may be consented to by the applicant.
(4) 
Denial. In the event the Board denies the final major subdivision application, such denial must be memorialized in a written resolution containing a statement of reasons for the denial, a copy of which shall be given to the applicant.
(5) 
Other agency approvals. Whenever review or approval of the application by the Salem County Planning Board is required by N.J.S.A. 40:27-6.3, the Planning Board shall condition any approval that it grants upon timely receipt of a favorable report on the application by the County Planning Board or approval by the County Planning Board by its failure to report thereon within the required time period. Review or approval by the Planning Board does not preclude the necessity for submission, review and approval by other reviewing authorities, including but not limited to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
(6) 
Amendment. Applicants may amend a final major subdivision approval prior to expiration of the approval or filing of the final plat. Applications for amendment must include all required materials, information and fees. All applications for amended final major subdivision approval must be heard on public notice pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-11 and 40:55D-12. When approving an amendment to a previous approval in which variances or site plan approval was granted, the Planning Board may modify the nature and extent and any terms or conditions of such variances or site plan approval. The engineer's estimate on which any posted performance or maintenance guarantees have been calculated, and the guarantees themselves, as well as any easements or restrictions that were required as part of the earlier approval, should be reviewed to determine whether any changes are necessary.
(7) 
Expiration. Final major subdivision approval shall expire two years following the date the initial resolution of final major subdivision approval is adopted, or upon such other deadline as may be imposed by the Board pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-52b, provided that the approval shall expire within 95 days following the signing of the final plat if the plat is not thereafter filed in the Salem County Clerk's office within that period as required by N.J.S.A. 40:55D-54. Additionally, the zoning requirements applicable to the preliminary approval first granted and all other rights conferred upon the developer pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-49, whether conditionally or otherwise, shall not be changed during the aforesaid two-year period.
(a) 
If the developer has followed the standards prescribed for final approval and has duly recorded the plat as required by N.J.S.A. 40:55D-54, the Planning Board may extend the approval period for extensions of one year but not to exceed three extensions, or as may otherwise be provided in N.J.S.A. 40:55D-52 or 40:55D-54. All extension requests must be heard on public notice pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-11 and 40:55D-12. Applications to extend a final major subdivision approval must include all required materials, information and fees. The engineer's estimate on which any posted performance or maintenance guarantees have been calculated, and the guarantees themselves, as well as any easements or restrictions that were required as part of the earlier approval, should be reviewed to determine whether any changes are necessary.
(b) 
Notwithstanding any other provisions of the Municipal Land Use Law or this chapter, the granting of final approval terminates the time period of preliminary approval pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-49 for the section granted final approval.
(c) 
No final plat will be signed for any major subdivision as to which final approval has expired. No zoning permit or building permit will be issued for any major subdivision project prior to the filing of the final plat in the Salem County Clerk's office, or for any major subdivision as to which final approval has expired.
A. 
The final plat will not be signed by the Planning Board Engineer or Chair or Municipal Land Use Secretary until all conditions of approval are satisfied, including required approvals from other agencies and posting of approved performance guarantees, maintenance guarantees, and inspection escrows, with proof satisfactory having been provided to the Borough Solicitor of the Borough's right to go upon the property to exercise the Borough's rights under the guarantees. The applicant must provide eight Mylars and eight paper copies of the approved plan to the Planning Board Engineer for signature.
B. 
No zoning or building permit can be issued until the final plat is signed and recorded in the Salem County Clerk's office.
C. 
No clearing, grading or land disturbance, or the installation of site improvements, advertising or other signage for a major subdivision can commence or occur without a zoning permit.
D. 
No construction, installation or placement of buildings or structures of any kind whatsoever, including but not limited to sales offices, trailers, platforms or displays, can commence or occur without a zoning permit and building permit.
E. 
Notwithstanding the posting of any performance or maintenance guarantee or any other provision of this chapter, no building permit, certificate of occupancy, or other required permit for construction or occupancy of any building on any lot within the subdivision or section thereof shall be issued until the following on-tract and off-tract improvements for the subdivision or section thereof have been completed and approved by the Borough Engineer:
(1) 
Curbs, roadway subbase, and roadway bituminous stabilized base course on the full width of the road fronting the lot on which the permit is to be issued and along the entire frontage of that lot and continuing from that lot to the existing improved public road system outside the subdivision. In addition, in order to provide adequate access for police, fire and rescue vehicles during emergencies for the lot on which the permit is to be issued, curbs, roadway subbase, and roadway bituminous stabilized base course must be completed on a road or combination of roads or portions thereof within the subdivision to the extent necessary to provide a second route of access from the existing improved public road system outside the subdivision to a point within 100 feet of the lot for which the permit is to be issued.
(2) 
Storm drainage facilities as necessary in the opinion of the Borough Engineer to serve the lot on which the permit is to be issued, including but not limited to pipes, inlets, manholes, headwalls, swales, channels, detention basins, retention basins, and conduit outlet protection.
(3) 
Streetlights or evidence of payment to the electric utility company for installation by it of all streetlights within the subdivision or section (complete with poles and fixtures) in accordance with the approved subdivision plans.
F. 
Applicants may apply for field changes or minor amendments to final major subdivision approval. Applicants may also make application for amended preliminary and final major subdivision approval, subject to the public notice requirements of N.J.S.A. 40:55D-11 and 40:55D-12.
A. 
Residential Site Improvement Standards (RSIS). Residential major subdivisions must conform to the requirements of the Residential Site Improvement Standards (N.J.A.C. 5:21-1.1 et seq.). All major subdivisions that are not subject to RSIS requirements must conform to design standards as set forth in Chapter 375, Site Plan Review, Article III, Design Standards.
B. 
Layout and arrangement of streets. No cul-de-sac or loop street, or any part thereof, may extend from Penns Grove into another municipality, or from another municipality into Penns Grove. All streets and portions thereof, including cul-de-sac streets, loop streets, and portions of all other types of streets within Penns Grove, must provide access only to lots that meet all applicable lot area, dimension and configuration requirements.