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Planning, Conservation, and Development.
SECTION 2.05- APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
In order to make formal application for approval of a subdivision or re-subdivision, the
applicant shall submit the following:
A complete application to the Planning
and Zoning Commission for subdivision, re-subdivision and special exception
shall include an application, the required fee, plans and written approval,
conditional approval, or denial obtained by the applicant of the final revised
plans from the City of Middletown Department of Health, Public Works, Water
and Sewer, Police, and Fire. The Planning and Zoning Commission is not bound
by any departmental comment.
Further, no application for special exception,
subdivision or re-subdivision shall be deemed complete without the submission
of a notice of decision of an Inland Wetlands Permit as issued by the
Middletown Inlands Wetlands Agency, provided such a permit shall be required
under regulations adopted by said Agency. Any plans submitted to the
Commission shall conform, in all relevant respects, to those plans which were
approved, or modified and approved, by said Agency.
(Section amended effective 3/15/02)
2.05.02 Planning and Zoning and
All applications for subdivision or
re-subdivision shall be reviewed by the Inland Wetlands Agency Staff prior to
formal submission to the Planning and Zoning Commission. Should the
Inland Wetlands staff determine that a permit is required or that an Inland
Wetlands Agency review is required the applicant shall delay submission to the
Planning and Zoning Commission until that time when an application for permit
has been filed with the Inland Wetlands Agency or a determination that no
permit prior to receiving a report from the Inland Wetlands Agency.
Failure to comply with this section constitutes grounds for denial.
All application fees shall be paid by check or money
order made payable to the City of Middletown and are in accordance with
Section 15.10 of the Middletown Code of Ordinances, as amended.
The proposed subdivision plan shall be shown on a
print of the "Topographic Map of Middletown, Connecticut, Showing
Drainage Systems and Inland and Wetlands Superimposed" date of
photography April 17, 1980." For minor subdivisions one (1) copy of such
a print is required. For major subdivisions two copies of such print
shall be submitted and a print highlighting the subdivision shall be affixed
to a board and available at the hearing. These maps are available for
purchase in the Public Works Department. If a subdivision appears on
more than one sheet, the sheets shall be properly affixed to one
2.05.05 Required Plans and Other Information
to the varying complexity of the various types of subdivisions the submission
requirements will vary for each type of subdivision, as listed below.
The submission requirements can be found in Section 4 of these regulations;
- Minor- Subdivisions on an existing street;
- Major- Any number of lots
requiring the layout and construction of new streets;
Subdivision- Non residential subdivisions; and
- Open Space subdivision-
replacing the traditional lot by lot layout with a flexible pattern of
development intended to minimize changes to the existing terrain.