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SECTION 4.01- GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
Due to the varying complexity of the different types of subdivisions, the submission requirements, for each type of subdivision as listed below, may vary. The developer should consult the Planning Director or Planner as to the required information.
In order to demonstrate that the cluster design alternative has been considered, developers of major subdivisions shall have available two concept plans during the pre application conference with one showing a conventional subdivision and the other showing how the property could be developed using the cluster design regulations in Section 44 of the Zoning Code. The final determination of which subdivision shall be submitted with the formal application is exclusively the developers.
When a major subdivision covers only a part of an existing tract of only a part of the developer's holdings, a concept plan of the prospective future street system, lot arrangement and system of open spaces for the remainder of the holding or tract shall be submitted as part of the formal application.
4.01.01 Scale and Number of Plans Required
I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THIS MAP AND SURVEY WERE PREPARED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE STANDARDS OF CLASS A-2 SURVEY AS DEFINED IN THE CODE OF PRACTICE FOR STANDARDS OF ACCURACY OF SURVEYS AND MAPS, ADOPTED SEPTEMBER 13, 1984, AS AMENDED, BY THE CONNECTICUT ASSOCIATION OF LAND SURVEYORS, INC.
SIGNATURE OF SURVEYOR
In addition, all maps containing other information require to be prepared by a land surveyor shall bear the official seal and the personally endorsed signature of the land surveyor responsible for the preparation of such information.
4.01.04 Engineers Certification
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