Borough of Manor, PA
Westmoreland County
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[Ord. 428, 12/11/1991, § 301]
1. 
All subdivisions and land developments shall be subject to the following procedures concerning the submittal and processing of plats.
2. 
Exclusions. The following land developments are excluded from complying with the provisions of this chapter:
A. 
The conversion of an existing single-family detached dwelling or single-family semi-detached dwelling into not more than three residential units, unless such units are intended to be a condominium.
B. 
The addition of an accessory building, including farm buildings, on a lot or lots subordinate to an existing principal building.
[Ord. 428, 12/11/1991, § 302]
1. 
A person desiring approval of a plat of subdivision or land development may appear before the Planning Commission to discuss his proposal before filing an application for preliminary plat approval. No fee or formal application is required for this meeting. Its purpose is to save the subdivider time and money. The subdivider shall be prepared to discuss the details of his proposed subdivision, including such items as the proposed use, existing covenants, proposed utilities and street improvements. The subdivider may submit a sketch plan as follows:
A. 
Sketch Plan. Prior to submission of a preliminary plan developers are encouraged to submit a sketch plan to the Borough.
(1) 
A sketch plan should contain at least the following information:
(a) 
Location map.
(b) 
General information concerning any community facilities and/or any other significant man-made or natural features that will affect the proposal.
(c) 
A property map at a legible scale showing the specific parcel of land or site involved.
(d) 
A sketch of the proposed development drawn at a scale no smaller than one inch equals 400 feet showing the proposed layout of the streets and lots, and other features of the subdivision or land development.
The submission of a sketch plan is not a required procedure under this section.
[Ord. 428, 12/11/1991, § 303]
1. 
In a proposed development in which all lots shall abut an existing public street, or which is intended merely to adjust or straighten existing lot lines, the submission of a preliminary plan may be waived by the Planning Commission. The submission of a preliminary plan may also be waived in the case of minor subdivisions, but shall not be waived for major subdivisions. However, all other applicable requirements and specifications shall remain the same.
A. 
Submission of the Preliminary Plan.
(1) 
Preliminary plans, all required accompanying documentation, and all applicable fees shall be submitted by a developer to the Borough Secretary at least 10 business days in advance of a regularly scheduled meeting of the Planning Commission.
(2) 
Submission shall consist of the following:
(a) 
Five completed copies of the appropriate application form.
(b) 
Six blue-line or black-line paper prints of the preliminary plan showing all the information required in § 22-304.
(c) 
Five copies of all other required documentation.
(d) 
A filing fee as established in Part 6 of this chapter.
(3) 
The Borough Secretary shall reject and forthwith return to any developer any preliminary plans submitted which do not provide and include all of the items required under this chapter. In the event the Borough Secretary is unable to initially determine whether the preliminary plans and required submissions meet the requirements of this chapter for consideration by the Planning Commission, then, in that event, the Borough Secretary shall submit said preliminary plans and submissions to the Planning Commission for its review and determination. In the event that the Planning Commission, upon such review, determines that said plans and submissions do not meet the requirements of this chapter, then, in that event, the Planning Commission shall reject said plans and return the same to the developer setting forth the specific reasons and references to provisions of this chapter for such rejection.
B. 
Distribution of Preliminary Plan for Review and Consent. Copies of the preliminary plan and accompanying documentation shall be immediately distributed by the developer as follows:
(1) 
One copy of the plan and accompanying documentation to the Westmoreland County Planning Department.
(2) 
One copy of the application, plan, and accompanying documentation to the appropriate water and/or sewage officials.
(3) 
One copy of the soil erosion and sediment control plan to the County Conservation District Office.
(4) 
One copy of the plan to the District Office of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation when a proposed subdivision abuts or is traversed by a state road.
(5) 
The developer shall, on or before the first meeting of the Planning Commission for review of his preliminary plans, submit an affidavit in a form as provided by the Borough setting forth the distribution of the preliminary plan and accompanying documentation to the above agencies. Failure of the developer to distribute the preliminary plan and accompanying documentation, as set forth above, shall result in rejection of the plan from further consideration.
C. 
Action of Preliminary Plan by the Planning Commission.
(1) 
Applications for approval of the plan, preliminary or final, shall be acted upon by the Planning Commission and communicated to the subdivider or developer not later than 90 days following the date of the regular meeting of the Planning Commission next following the date the application is duly filed, unless said next regular meeting occurs more than 30 days following the filing of the application, in which case the said ninety-day period shall be measured from the 30th day following the day the application has been duly filed. The decision of the Planning Commission shall be in writing and shall be communicated to the subdivider or developer personally or mailed to him at his last known address not later than 15 days following the decision.
(2) 
All actions by the Planning Commission shall be taken at a public meeting whether it be regularly scheduled or a special meeting. If the plan is to be considered at a special meeting, the developer shall be so notified. In addition, the Planning Commission may also schedule a public hearing pursuant to public notice before taking any action on the plan.
(3) 
Any decision concerning a preliminary or final plan shall be in writing. If a plan is not approved, or approved subject to certain conditions, the written decisions shall specify the defects and describe the requirements which have not been met, citing in each instance the applicable provisions of this chapter. The decision shall be sent to the developer at the address set forth on the plan.
(4) 
From the time an application for approval of a preliminary or final plan is duly filed as provided by this chapter and remains pending, no change or amendment to this chapter or the zoning [Chapter 27] or other governing ordinance shall adversely affect the decision on such plan. However, if such plan is disapproved, any resubmission of such plan shall conform to any intervening requirements. Once either preliminary approval or final approval is granted, without conditions, or approved by the applicants acceptance of conditions, no subsequent change or amendment to this chapter or the Borough zoning [Chapter 27], or other governing ordinance or plan shall be applied to adversely affect the right of the applicant to commence and complete any aspect of the approved plan in accordance with the terms of such approval within five years from the date of such approval.
(5) 
Failure of the Borough to render a decision and communicate it to the developer within the time and in the manner required by this chapter shall be deemed an approval of the plan in terms as presented unless the developer has agreed to an extension of time.
[Ord. 428, 12/11/1991, § 304; as amended by A.O.]
1. 
The preliminary plan submission shall be prepared by a registered surveyor or engineer.
A. 
Scale.
(1) 
Tracts of one acre or less shall be drawn at a scale of no less than one inch equals 50 feet.
(2) 
Tracts of one to 10 acres shall be drawn at a scale of no less than one inch equals 100 feet.
(3) 
Tracts in excess of 10 acres shall be drawn at a scale of no less than one inch equals 200 feet.
(4) 
Tracts to be used for commercial, industrial, or high density housing development shall be drawn at a scale of no less than one inch equals 50 feet.
B. 
Information Required. The preliminary plan shall show:
(1) 
Name of proposed subdivision, or land development, and of the municipality in which it is located.
(2) 
Name and address of subdivider or developer.
(3) 
Name, address, license number and seal of the professional engineer, or registered surveyor who prepared the drawings.
(4) 
Date of original submission and of each subsequent revised submission.
(5) 
True or magnetic north point.
(6) 
Graphic scale.
(7) 
Written scale.
(8) 
Certificate by the professional engineer or surveyor that the topography shown resulted from an actual survey and the date of that survey.
(9) 
A key map, for the purpose of locating the property being subdivided, drawn at a scale of one inch equals 2,000 feet and showing the relation of the property to adjoining property and to all streets, roads, Borough boundaries and recorded subdivision plans existing within 1,000 feet of any part of the property. In addition, a title, scale and north point shall be indicated.
(10) 
The total tract boundary lines of the area being subdivided or developed accurate to 1/100 of a foot and bearings to 1/4 of a minute. These boundaries shall be determined by accurate survey in the field, which shall be balanced and close with an error of closure not to exceed one foot in 10,000 feet; provided, however, that the boundary(s) adjoining additional unplatted land of the subdivider (for example, between separately submitted final plan sections) are not required to be based upon field survey, and may be calculated. The location and elevation of all boundary line (perimeter) monuments shall be indicated, along with a statement of the total area of the property being subdivided or developed. In addition, the engineer or surveyor shall certify to the accuracy of the survey, the drawn plan, and the placement of the monuments.
(11) 
A plot drawn to a legible scale showing the entire existing tract boundary and the location of the lots being subdivided from or developed within said tract.
(12) 
Boundaries of adjacent properties and recorded name and deed reference. When adjacent properties are part of a recorded plat only the lot number and subdivision name need be shown.
(13) 
Contour lines at vertical intervals of at lease two feet for land with average natural slope of 4% or less, and at intervals of at least five feet for land with average slope exceeding 4%.
(14) 
Location and elevation of the datum to which contour elevations refer; where practicable, datum used shall be an established bench mark.
(15) 
The name (or number) and cartway width and lines of all proposed and public streets and the name and location of all other roads within the property.
(16) 
If the subdivision proposes a new street intersection with a State Legislative Route, the intersection occupancy permit number(s) or, if such permit has not been issued, the application number shall be indicated for all such intersections.
(17) 
Location of existing streets and alleys adjoining the tract including name, right-of-way, width, width of cartway and sidewalks.
(18) 
The location (and elevation, if established) of all existing and proposed street monuments.
(19) 
Location and width of existing and proposed rights-of-way and easements.
(20) 
Lot numbers and a statement of the total number of lots and parcels.
(21) 
Lot lines with approximate dimensions and areas.
(22) 
The building setback lines for each lot, or other sites.
(23) 
For developments where on-site sewage disposal systems will be used, a soils evaluation test must be conducted for each lot and the location of said test must be shown for each lot.
(24) 
A statement of the intended use of all nonresidential lots, with reference to restrictions of any type which exist or will exist as covenants in the deed for the lots contained in the subdivision and, if recorded, the book and page number.
(25) 
Location and size of existing and proposed utility structures and/or transmission lines including but not limited to water, gas, electric, petroleum, telecommunications, cable TV and all easements or rights-of-way connected with such structures and/or lines.
(26) 
The location of any existing bodies of water or watercourses, tree masses, buildings or structures (including the locations of wells and on-site sewage facilities for such buildings or structures), public facilities and any other man-made or natural features within or near the proposed subdivision.
(27) 
Location, size and invert elevation of all existing and proposed sanitary sewers (including any and all proposed and/or existing capped sewer lines) and location of all manholes, inlets and culverts. This data may be submitted as a separate plan.
(28) 
Location, size, and invert elevation of all existing and proposed storm sewers and other drainage facilities with the size and material of each indicated, and any proposed connections with existing facilities.
(29) 
Location of drainage structures, bodies of water, watercourses, floodways and the regulatory flood elevation.
(30) 
Parks, playgrounds and other areas to be dedicated or reserved for public use, with any conditions governing such use.
C. 
Supplementary Data Required. The preliminary plan shall be accompanied by the following supplementary data except as specifically excused in a particular case:
(1) 
A plan revision module for land development as required by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
(2) 
A plan for the control of erosion and sedimentation for review by the County Conservation District Office as required by the Pennsylvania Clean Streams Act, 35 P.S. § 691.1 et seq.
(3) 
Preliminary designs of any bridges or culverts which may be required. Such designs shall meet all applicable requirements of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
(4) 
Typical street cross-section drawings for all proposed streets.
(5) 
Tentative profiles along the centerline of the cartway (pavement) or along the top of the curb for both sides of each proposed street shown on the preliminary plan. Such profiles shall show natural and finished grades.
(6) 
A feasibility report concerning the availability and adequacy of sewer and water facilities in or near a proposed land development. Said report shall be prepared by a registered professional engineer and be submitted in conjunction with the preliminary plan for review and recommendations by the local office of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
(7) 
A storm drainage plan and storm drainage calculations, as required by the Storm Water Management Act, 32 P.S. § 680.1 et seq.
(8) 
Where the preliminary plan covers only a part of the entire landholdings, a sketch of the future street system of the unsubmitted part shall be submitted. The street system of the submitted part will be considered in light of adjustments and connections with future streets in the part not submitted.
(9) 
Where the land included in the subject application has an electric transmission line, a gas pipeline, or a petroleum or petroleum products transmission line located within the tract, the application shall be accompanied by a letter from the owner or lessee of such right-of-way stating any conditions on the use of the land and the minimum building setback and/or right-of-way lines. This requirement may be satisfied by submitting a copy of any recorded agreement containing such information.
(10) 
Written certification from a qualified professional that there are no environmentally sensitive features including, but not limited to, floodplains, wetlands, hazardous or toxic waste sites, structures or sites of historical or archeological significance and habitats supporting rare, threatened and/or endangered species, regulated by any state and/or federal authorities, on the site or impacted by the development; or, in the alternative, a written certification executed by such professional, the record owner and the developer of such site, that all applicable state and/or federal laws, rules and regulations concerning such environmentally sensitive features shall be complied with, and proof thereof submitted to the Borough, prior to final plan approval.
[Ord. 428, 12/11/1991, § 305]
1. 
Submission of a final plan for approval shall occur not more than one year following the date of approval of the preliminary plan. Failure to submit the final plan within this period of time shall make the approval of the preliminary plan null and void unless an extension of time has been granted. The Planning Commission, with the concurrence of Borough Council, may authorize that the final plans be submitted by sections or stages of development, under such terms and conditions as may be deemed appropriate by the Planning Commission and the Council. Where such authorization has been made, the Council may approve the release of portions of the financial security necessary for payment to the contractors performing the work, subject to such procedures as may be required by law (see 53 P.S. § 10509). Except for any modifications or changes required, the final plan shall conform to the approved preliminary plan. Where significant modifications or changes, other than those required, are made to an approved preliminary plan, the plan shall be submitted again as a preliminary plan.
A. 
Submission of the Final Plan.
(1) 
Final plans and all required accompanying documentation shall be submitted by a developer or his authorized representative at least 10 business days in advance of a regularly scheduled Planning Commission meeting.
(2) 
Submission shall consist of the following:
(a) 
Six blue-line or black-line paper prints of the final plan showing all the information required in § 22-306.
(b) 
Five copies of all other required documentation.
(c) 
A filing fee as established in § 22-604 of this chapter.
B. 
Distribution of Final Plan for Review and Comment. Copies of the final plan and accompanying documentation shall be immediately distributed by the subdivider or developer as follows:
(1) 
One copy of the plan and accompanying documentation to the Westmoreland County Planning Commission.
(2) 
One copy of the application, plan and accompanying documentation to the appropriate Borough water and/or sewer officials.
(3) 
One copy of the plan to the County Conservation District Office.
(4) 
One copy of the plan to the District Office of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation when a proposed subdivision or land development abuts or is traversed by a state road.
(5) 
Failure of the subdivider or developer to immediately distribute said plan to the aforesaid agencies shall be deemed to void the filing of the proposed plan and it shall receive no further consideration.
C. 
Action on Final Plan by the Borough Council.
(1) 
Action on the final plan shall be taken in the same manner as preliminary plans.
(2) 
Failure of the Borough to render a decision and communicate it to the developer within the time and in the manner required in cases of preliminary plans by this chapter shall be deemed an approval of the plan in terms as presented unless the developer has agreed, in writing, to an extension of time or change in the prescribed manner of presentation or communication of the decision.
(3) 
No plan shall be finally approved unless the streets shown on said plan have been improved to a mud-free or otherwise permanently passable condition, or improved as required by the provisions of this chapter and any walkways, curbs, gutters, street lights, fire hydrants, shade trees, water mains, sanitary sewers, storm drains and/or other improvements that may be required by this chapter have been installed in accordance with the terms and provisions of this chapter. In lieu of the completion of any improvements required as a condition of final approval of a plan, the developer shall provide for deposit with the Borough, financial security in the form of a corporate bond or other security acceptable to the Council and permitted under the terms of the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code, 53 P.S. § 10101 et seq., in an amount equal to 110% of the cost of such improvements, determined in accord with the provisions of the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code. Such security shall provide for and secure to the public the completion of any improvements which may be required within one year of the date fixed in the subdivision plan for completion of such improvements. If the developer requires more than one year from the date of the posting of the financial security to complete the required improvements, then, in that event, the amount of financial security shall be increased by an additional 10% for each one-year period beyond the first anniversary date from the posting of financial security, or to an amount not exceeding 110% of the cost of completing the required improvements as reestablished on or about the expiration of the preceding one-year period, by using the method set forth in the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code for the calculation of the costs for such improvements.
D. 
Recording of Plan.
(1) 
Upon approval of a final plan by the Borough, the developer shall record the record plan in the Office of the County Recorder of Deeds within 90 days.
(2) 
If the plan is not recorded within 90 days, the approval shall be null and void unless a written extension of time is granted by the Borough, upon written request by the developer.
(3) 
No land in a development shall be sold or transferred prior to recording of the final plan.
[Ord. 428, 12/11/1991, § 306; as amended by A.O.]
1. 
The final plan submission shall be prepared by a registered surveyor or engineer and be drawn on reproducible mylar or other stable transparency, using black ink for all data including approval signatures.
A. 
Scale.
(1) 
Tracts of one acre or less shall be drawn at a scale of no less than one inch equals 50 feet.
(2) 
Tracts of one to 10 acres shall be drawn at a scale of no less than one inch equals 100 feet.
(3) 
Tracts in excess of 10 acres shall be drawn at a scale of no less than one inch equals 200 feet.
(4) 
Tracts to be used for commercial, industrial, or high density housing development shall be drawn at a scale of no less than one inch equals 50 feet.
Finished size of drawings for final plan submission shall be 18 inches by 24 inches. Drawings done at a scale requiring a sheet larger than 18 inches by 24 inches may be reduced to that size providing all lines and lettering are clear and legible after reduction. If the final plan requires more than one sheet, a key diagram showing the relative location of the several sections shall be drawn on each sheet.
B. 
Information Required. The final plan shall show:
(1) 
Name of proposed subdivision or land development.
(2) 
Name and address of subdivider or developer.
(3) 
Name, address, license number and seal of the professional engineer or registered surveyor who prepared the drawings.
(4) 
Date of original submission and of each subsequent revised submission.
(5) 
True or magnetic north point.
(6) 
Graphic scale.
(7) 
Written scale.
(8) 
Certification by the professional engineer or surveyor that the topography shown resulted from an actual survey and the date of that survey.
(9) 
A key map, for the purpose of locating the property being subdivided drawn at a scale of one inch equals 2,000 feet and showing the relation of the property to adjoining property and to all streets, roads, Borough boundaries and recorded subdivision plans existing within 2,000 feet of any part of the property. In addition, a title, scale and north point shall be indicated.
(10) 
The total tract boundary lines of the area being subdivided accurate to 1/100 of a foot and bearings to 1/4 of a minute. These boundaries shall be determined by accurate survey in the field, which shall be balanced and close with an error of closure not to exceed one foot in 10,000 feet; provided, however, that the boundary(s) adjoining additional unplatted land of the subdivider (for example, between separately submitted final plan sections) are not required to be based upon field survey, and may be calculated. The location and elevation of all boundary line (perimeter) monuments shall be indicated, along with a statement of the total area of the property being subdivided. In addition, the engineer or surveyor shall certify to the accuracy of the survey, the drawn plan, and the placement of the monuments.
(11) 
A plot drawn to a legible scale showing the entire existing tract boundary and the location of the lots being subdivided from said tract.
(12) 
Boundaries of adjacent properties and recorded name and deed reference. When adjacent properties are part of a recorded plat only the lot number and subdivision name need be shown.
(13) 
Contour lines at vertical intervals of at least two feet for land with average natural slope of 4% or less, and at intervals of at least five feet for land with average slope exceeding 4%.
(14) 
Location and elevation of the datum to which contour elevations refer; where practicable, datum used shall be an established bench mark.
(15) 
The name or number and cartway width and lines of all proposed and existing public streets and the name and location of all other roads within the property.
(16) 
The following data for the cartway edges or curb lines and right-of-way lines of all recorded and/or proposed streets, and for the right-of-way lines of all existing streets, within the property:
(a) 
The length in feet and hundredths of a foot of all straight lines and of the radius and the arc or chord of all curved lines including curved lot lines.
(b) 
The width in feet of the cartway, right-of-way and, if required, of the ultimate right-of-way, and in degrees, minutes and quarters of a minute of the delta angle of all curved lines, including curved lot lines.
(c) 
All straight lot lines, defined in feet and hundredths of a foot by distances and in degrees, minutes, and quarters of a minute either by magnetic bearings or by angles of deflection from other lot and street lines.
(17) 
If the subdivision proposes a new street intersection with a State Legislative Route, the intersection occupancy permit number(s) shall be indicated for all such intersections.
(18) 
Location of existing streets and alleys adjoining the tract including name, width of right-of-way, width of cartway and sidewalks.
(19) 
The location and elevation, if established, of all existing and proposed street monuments.
(20) 
Location of existing and proposed rights-of-way and easements.
(21) 
Lot numbers and a statement of the total number of lots and parcels.
(22) 
Lot lines with dimensions and lot areas.
(23) 
The building setback lines for each lot, or other sites.
(24) 
For developments where on-site sewage disposal systems will be used, the location where the soils evaluation test was conducted for each lot.
(25) 
A statement of the intended use of all nonresidential lots with reference to restrictions of any type which exist or will exist as covenants in the deed for the lots contained in the subdivision or land development, and, if recorded, the book and page number.
(26) 
Location and size of existing and proposed utility structures and/or transmission lines including water, gas, electric, petroleum, telecommunications, cable TV, and all easements or rights-of-way connected with such structures and/or lines.
(27) 
The location of any existing bodies of water, watercourses, floodways, regulatory flood elevations, tree masses, buildings or structures including the location of wells and on-site sewage facilities for such buildings or structures, public facilities and any other man-made or natural features within or near the proposed subdivision.
(28) 
A certification of ownership, acknowledgment of the plan and offer of dedication shall be lettered on the plan and shall be duly acknowledged and signed by the owner(s) of the land being developed or subdivided.
(29) 
An approval block for the use of the County Planning Commission, the Borough Planning Commission, and Council.
C. 
Supplementary Data Required. Unless excused by the Planning Commission, the final plan shall be accompanied by the following supplementary data where applicable:
(1) 
Typical street — cross-section drawing(s) for all proposed streets. Cross-section drawing(s) may be shown either on the final plan or on the profile sheets.
(2) 
Profile sheets for all proposed streets within the tract. Such profiles shall show at least the following information, properly labeled:
(a) 
Existing (natural) profile along both caraway edges or along the center-line of each street.
(b) 
Proposed finished grade of the center-line, or proposed finished grade at the top of both curbs or proposed finished grade at both cartway edges.
(c) 
The length of all vertical curves.
(d) 
Existing, and proposed sanitary sewer mains and manholes.
(e) 
Existing and proposed storm mains, inlets, manholes, and culverts.
(3) 
Whenever a subdivider proposes to establish a street (or streets) which is not offered for dedication to public use, the Council shall require the subdivider to submit, and also to record with the plan at the subdividers or developers own expense, a statement to the effect that the said street (or streets) is not accepted, and further, that as a condition of acceptance, such standards, construction specifications, and other conditions existing at such time as the street is to be accepted will be complied with prior to the acceptance by the Borough.
(4) 
An agreement that the applicant will install all underground utilities before paving streets or constructing sidewalks.
(5) 
Final designs of any bridges or culverts which may be required. Such designs shall meet all applicable requirements of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
(6) 
Where the final plan covers only a part of the entire landholdings, a sketch of the future street system of the unsubmitted part shall be furnished. The street system of the submitted part will be considered in light of adjustments and connections with future streets in the part not submitted.
(7) 
Water and sewer feasibility reports as may be required including any updated information which may have become available since the submission of the preliminary plan.
(8) 
A plan for the control of erosion and sedimentation for review by the County Conservation District Office as required by the Pennsylvania Clean Streams Act, 35 P.S. § 691.1 et seq.
(9) 
A storm drainage plan and storm drainage calculations as required by the Storm Water Management Act, 32 P.S. § 680.1 et seq.
(10) 
A map showing the location of the proposed development with respect to flood-prone areas, including information on the regulatory flood elevation, the boundaries of the flood-prone areas, proposed lots and sites, fills, flood or erosion protection facilities, and areas subject to special restrictions. In addition, where the proposed development lies partially or completely in any flood-prone area, or borders on any flood-prone area, such map shall also show the location and elevation of proposed roads, public utilities, and building sites.
(11) 
A planning module as required by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
(12) 
Such private deed restrictions, including building setback lines, as may be imposed upon the property as a condition to sale, together with a statement of any restrictions previously imposed which may affect the title of the land being subdivided.
(13) 
Any other certificates, affidavits, endorsements or dedications that may be required by the Planning Commission or the Council.
(14) 
When a proposed plan has been submitted to the County Conservation District Office for review and recommendations, a plan and/or other documentation to show what has been, or will be done in response to their recommendations.
[Ord. 428, 12/11/1991, § 307]
Any replatting or resubdivision, including changes to a recorded plan, shall be considered as a new application, and shall comply with all requirements of this chapter.
[Ord. 428, 12/11/1991, § 308; as amended by A.O.]
1. 
A parcel of land may be added to an existing recorded lot for the sole purpose of increasing the lot size; provided, that:
A. 
The parcel to be added must be contiguous to the existing lot.
B. 
The addition should maintain or improve the overall straightness of lot lines.
C. 
The plan prepared for the addition of this parcel shall follow the procedure outlined in this chapter except that a preliminary plan need not be filed.
D. 
The fee for a plan under this section shall be in an amount as established, from time to time, by resolution of Borough Council.