Borough of Mount Oliver, PA
Allegheny County
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The governing body may waive the requirements of Articles V and VI for minor subdivisions requiring no additional streets or street openings upon application of the subdivider for waiver of said requirements. In the case where a waiver is granted, an application for final plan approval shall be filed, along with the plans and data required in § 219-17, and shall be processed according to Article VI, § 219-14.
Plans approved for waiver under § 219-16 of this chapter shall include, but not be limited to, the following information and shall:
Be drawn at a scale of one (1) inch equals one hundred (100) feet or greater.
Be legibly drawn on Mylar or comparable permanent material not to exceed twenty-four by thirty-six (24 x 36) inches.
Include a location map.
Show or be accompanied by the following:
A description of covenants.
A title, to include:
The location by municipality, county and state.
The names and addresses of the owner or owners.
The name and seal of the registered surveyor who surveyed the property and/or prepared the plan.
The North point, date and graphic scale.
The proposed use of the land.
The lot lines, dimensions and land area of proposed lot.
Existing alleys and proposed and existing streets and/or easements adjacent to the tract.
Available utilities, if public sewer and water, source and sewage disposal system should be indicated.
Planning modules specified by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources.
The names of abutting property owners.
A statement by the owner dedicating streets, rights-of-way and sites for public use.
A sketch plan showing the remainder of the parcel from which the subdivision is being made and the relationship of the site to contiguous areas of the community, highway systems and other significant development and conditions such as floodplains, wetlands or other environmental conditions.
Such other certificates, affidavits, endorsements or dedications as may be required in the enforcement of this chapter.
Any other data pertinent to the plan.
In the combination or recombination of lots or portions of previously plotted lots, when the resultant lots are increased in street frontage and total area size so that they reach or exceed the standards of this chapter and the street pattern is in conformity with the Comprehensive Plan, the procedures and regulations heretofore described shall apply except as they may be further relaxed by the governing body.