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Said office is available to assist applicants in determining what information is appropriate for a specific application. Unless waived as per the provisions of Section 19.18.040 Waiver of plan and architectural requirements of this Chapter , the following information shall be submitted for special review use approvals: two (2) copies of a site plan drawn to a scale of one (1) inch equals twenty (20) feet, one (1) inch equals forty (40) feet, or one (1) inch equals fifty (50) feet, whichever is deemed appropriate by said office and submitted on sheets measuring a minimum of twenty-four (24) by thirty-six (36) inches, and containing the following information:
Special review use applications for new structures or major additions to existing structures shall be accompanied by architectural plans of all buildings, structures, signs, lighting standards, and other amenities, in particular:
Depending on the nature of the proposal, the planning and zoning commission may, by majority vote, waive the submission of any part of the information required under Sections 19.18.020 Plan requirements for special review use applications and 19.18.030 Architecture--Amenities of this Chapter if it finds that special conditions exist, which justifies such waiver.
No building or use specified in Chapter 19.16 Permitted Uses of Title 19 Zoning as requiring a special review use shall be built or established, or expanded by more than twenty (20%) percent of its gross floor area (calculated as the sum of expansions of the gross floor area since 1982) without first receiving a special review use approval by the planning and zoning commission. New uses may occupy existing structures without a special review use approval provided such uses:
In addition to the plan and architectural plan requirements of Sections 19.18.020 Plan requirements for special review use applications and 19.18.030 Architecture--Amenities of this Chapter, any special review use application shall show not only owners of abutting properties but also owners of properties located within three hundred (300) feet of the subject property. The planning and zoning commission shall conduct a public hearing on any special review use application within thirty five (35) days of acceptance of a completed application by the office of community development or such other office as designated by the Town manager. Notice of such hearing shall be published in a newspaper having general circulation in the Town at least ten (10) days in advance of the hearing and shall be mailed to property owners within three hundred (300) feet of the subject property at least seven (7) days in advance of the hearing. The commission shall either approve, approve with conditions or modifications, or deny such application within thirty-five days of the public hearing. Any denial of a special feview use may be appealed to the board of trustees within ten (10) days of the planning and zoning commission action. The board shall apply the hearing and approval requirements of Section 19.18.070 Approval criteria in this Chapter to any action that it takes.
In approving any special review use application; the planning and zoning commission shall consider the following criteria:
The building official may issue a building permit and ultimately a certificate of occupancy only when he finds that the conditions of a special review use approval have been fulfilled.