Amended 3-5-2007 by Ord. No. 4-2007; 2-17-2009 by Ord. No. 04-2009; 7-15-2013 by Ord. No. 14-2013
Minor Subdivision Plats and Minor Site Plans
13. Existing block and lot number(s) of the lot(s) to be subdivided or developed as they
appear on the Township Tax Map.
14. Subdivision or development boundary line (heavy solid line).
15. The location of existing and proposed property lines (with bearings and distances),
streets, structures (with their numerical dimensions and an indication as to whether
existing structures will be retained or removed), parking spaces, loading areas,
driveways, watercourses, railroads, bridges, culverts, drain pipes, any natural
features such as treed areas, and any historic features such as family burial grounds
and buildings more than 50 years old, both within the tract and within 350 feet of its
16. The location and width of all existing and proposed utility easements.
17. Zoning districts affecting the tract, including district names and requirements, with
proposed variance requests noted on the plat or plan.
18. Proposed buffer and landscaped areas (site plans only).
19. Delineation of floodplains, including both floodway and flood fringe areas, and
lands with a topographic slope 15% or greater.
20. Wetlands and wetland transition areas, including a letter of interpretation or a letter
of exemption from the Department of Environmental Protection (or proof of
application) and copies of prepared wetlands report. The location of marshes,
ponds, and hydric soil
lands within the tract and within 350 feet.
21. Contours as shown on the U.S.G.S. topographic sheets.
22. The names of all adjacent property owners as they appear on the most recent tax list
prepared by the Township Tax Assessor.
23. Sight triangle easements, as applicable.
24. Concerning minor subdivisions only, existing and proposed monuments.
25. Road right-of-way dedication and improvement, as applicable.
26. Deed descriptions, including metes and bounds, easements, covenants, restrictions,
and roadway and sight triangle dedications.
27. Proposals for soil erosion and sedimentation control as required by the Readington
Township Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control Ordinance.
28. Hunterdon County Planning Board application proof of filing.
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