This report displays the standard conditions of approval that may be placed upon a development.
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Drainage  (5 Conditions) 
12 16 Drainage and Grading (E3) Prior to issuance of grading or building permits or recordation of the subdivision map, whichever comes first, at the direction of the Engineering Division Manager, the applicant shall submit a grading plan for approval, in ink, on Mylar, signed and stamped by a registered California civil engineer and using actual grades from an Orange County Surveyor's Benchmark on a form acceptable to the Engineering Division Manager.

The applicant shall ensure 

-Drainage is solved to the satisfaction of the Engineering Division Manager.
-The grading plan is consistent with the Water Quality Management Plan, Site Plan and any Improvement Plan for proposed public storm drains
-Submittal of a preliminary grading plan if deemed necessary by the Engineering Division Manager
-The topography of the area surrounding this development shall be made to establish existing drainage flow patterns. 
-the minimum slope standards are met for 1% for landscape areas, AC parking areas 1.5%, Concrete .2%.
-All surface runoff and subsurface drainage directed to the nearest acceptable drainage facility, as determined by the Engineering Divison Manager
-Drainage facilities discharging onto adjacent property shall be designed to imitate the manner in which runoff is currently produced from the site or alternatively, the applicant may obtain a drainage acceptance and maintenance agreement, suitable for recordation, from the owner of said adjacent property.
-All drainage facilities must be consistent with the County of Orange Grading Ordinance as supplemented by the Engineering Division and Local Drainage Manual. 
-Submittal of a drainage study, when determined necessary by the Engineering Division Manager,  evidencing that proposed drainage patterns will not overload existing storm drains.
-Submittal of drainage studies, when determined necessary by the Engineering Division Manager,  indicating how the project grading, in conjunction with the drainage conveyance systems including applicable swales, channels, street flows, catch basins, storm drains, and flood water retarding, will allow building pads to be safe from inundation from rainfall runoff which may be expected from all storms up to and including the theoretical 100-year flood.
PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Site Development Permit (S)
26 17 Cross Lot Drainage Prior to the recordation of a subdivision map or prior to the issuance of any grading permit, whichever comes first, and if determined necessary by the Engineering Division Manager, the applicant shall record a letter of consent from the affected property owners permitting offsite grading, cross lot drainage, drainage diversions and/or unnatural concentrations. The applicant shall obtain approval of the form of the letter of consent from the Engineering Division Manager before recordation of the letter.  
PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Various (V)
27 18 Offsite Drainage Prior to the issuance of any grading permit, and if determined necessary by the Engineering Division Manager, the applicant shall record a letter of consent, from the upstream and/or downstream property owners permitting drainage diversions and/or unnatural concentrations. The form of the letter of consent shall be approved by the Engineering Division Manager prior to recordation of the letter.  
PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Grading Permit (G)
39 19 Drainage Improvements Prior to the recordation of a subdivision map (except maps for financing and conveyance purposes only) or prior to the approval of final inspection, whichever occurs first, the applicant shall construct all required drainage improvements , or provide evidence of financial security (such as bonding), in a manner meeting the approval of the Engineering Manager, and inspection  and dedication of the associated easements to the City of Cypress, if determined necessary. If a bond is provided, the applicant shall construct all drainage improvements prior to certificate of occupancy.

PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Recordation of a Subdivision Map (R)
40 20 Pump Stations/Critical Facilities If the applicant proposes that the City operate and maintain a critical facility, such as a new public owned stormwater or sewer pump station, as part of the development and the City concurs, the applicant shall deposit an amount, as determined by the Engineering Division Manager, to cover the design of the facility for which the City will use to hire a design consultant and manage the design process. PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Various (V)
Engineering  (4 Conditions) 
15 21 Plan Submittal Prior to recordation of a subdivision map, the applicant shall submit all public improvement plans and grading plans per the Public Works Department Standard Plans and specified design criteria. All plan shall be in ink on 24 inch by 36 inch Mylar with City title block on all sheets. PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Recordation of a Subdivision Map (R)
30 22 Easement Subordination Prior to _________________, the applicant shall not grant any easements over any property subject to a requirement of dedication or irrevocable offer to the City of Cypress, unless such easements are expressly made subordinate to the easements to be offered for dedication to the City. Prior to granting any of said easements, the subdivider shall furnish a copy of the proposed easement to the Engineering Division Manager for review and approval. Further, a copy of the approved easement shall be furnished to the Planning Manager, prior to _________________________.  
PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Various (V)
34 23 Existing Monuments Prior to any street construction or relocation, when there are monuments in the project area which control the location of subdivisions, streets or highways, or provide survey control, the developer shall locate and reference the monuments and shall reset them after construction as required by Section 8771 of the Business and Professions Code, in a manner meeting the approval of the Engineering Manager.  
PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Various (V)
38 24 Changes to the Tract Map/Parcel Map The applicant shall notify the Planning Director and Public
Works Director in writing if any changes to parcel/tract map are proposed during the plan check process. Permits shall not be issued until the Planning Director and Public Works Director have reviewed and approved the proposed changes for conformance with the intent of the City Council's action and the conditions herein. If the proposed changes are of a substantial nature, an amendment to the original entitlement may be required.
PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Various (V)
Fees  (2 Conditions) 
24 25 Fees (E20) Prior to _______________________, the applicant shall pay for the following fees(Per Resolution No. 6118, except as otherwise noted below):

•    Final Subdivision Map Check.
•    Public Improvement Plan Check.
•    Public Improvement Permit and Inspection.
•    Grading / On-Site (Non-Structural) Plan Check.
•    Grading Permit and Inspection.
•    Park and Recreation.
•    Drainage Fee for Master Drainage Plan.
•    City-wide Traffic Improvement.
•    Regional Traffic Improvement.
•    Sanitary Sewer Connection (Per Orange County Sanitation District, OCSD-09).
•    Traffic Mitigation Contribution for Los Alamitos Race Track Property (Per Agreement).
PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Various (V)
45   Cost Recovery/Fee Deposits The Applicant acknowledges they have read and understood the current Council adopted fee schedule and its application to their project. Furthermore, the Applicant acknowledges that many fees are actually deposit based trust accounts, such as those for certain plan check and inspection service, are based on time and materials as the work is provided by outside service providers at a direct cost to the City. All costs associated with the project shall be borne by the applicant. Requests for services outside normal working hours or expedited services may be at a higher rate. Delays by outside forces or by the applicant may result in more hours being expended. Initial deposits will be calculated based on the scope and schedule of the project submitted. The accuracy of the scope and the schedule as well as the quality of the submitted or actual physical work is the responsibility of the Applicant. Changes and/or errors to such will affect the final costs of services charged to the applicant.  All deposits will be collected in advance of the work. If the deposit goes below an amount deemed by the Department to cover the cost of future work, the Applicant shall deposit an amount to cover the costs prior to continuing. The Engineering Division or Planning Division shall provide written notice to the Applicant of any deposit that requires additional funds. The Applicant may request at any time an accounting of the current hours and charges expended on the project and the Department shall provide within a reasonable timeframe. PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Various (V)
Landscaping  (2 Conditions) 
16 30 Street Trees (E17) Prior to the issuance of certificate of occupancy, the applicant shall install street trees that are a minimum of 24 inch box in size in conformance with Sections 27.19 and 25.29E of the Cypress Municipal Code. 

The number of trees shall be determined by dividing the frontage of property, including driveways, by 40 and rounding up. Trees shall be evenly spaced with a minimum 50 feet from street tree to street corner curb line.  Type of trees shall conform to the City's Street Tree Master Plan. With prior approval of the Public Works Director, street trees may be replaced by trees planted in conjunction with an approved on-site landscape plan.  

All landscaping in Public Right-of-Way shall be installed and maintained by the applicant or developer or successor in interest.
PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Certificate of Use and Occuapancy (U)
25 26 Landscaping in Public Right of Way Prior to issuance of building permits, the applicant shall submit a plan for landscaping within the public right-of-way including a landscape and irrigation plan to the Cypress Planning Division for approval with a copy to the Maintenance Division Manager.

The applicant shall post a bond to guarantee against any defects in plant materials and workmanship. A soils report for all planting areas, prepared by a qualified agricultural laboratory, shall be submitted to the Public Works Department for approval at least 30 days prior to planting date.  Test results shall include concentration of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, ph, salinity, sodium status, and boron saturation extract. Drought tolerant landscape is encouraged and the landscaping will be irrigated from the private property meter.

Prior to issuance of certificate of occupancy, the applicant shall install all landscaping per the approved landscaping plan.

The applicant or his successor in interest shall maintain the landscape planted in right of way of the frontage of their property.
PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Various (V)
Sewer  (3 Conditions) 
14 27 Public Sewer and Wastewater Lines Plan (E18) Prior to the recordation of the subdivision map, the applicant shall submit a sewer design plan detailing all the proposed public sewer lines meeting the requirements of the City Design Standards for Sewer Facilities. PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Recordation of a Subdivision Map (R)
28 28 Fats, Oils and Grease - Grease Control Device Prior to issuance of certificate of occupancy, the applicant, as required by Ordinance No. 1065 for Food Service Establishments, shall install a grease control device that meets the requirements of Uniform Plumbing Code Section 1014.0 (Appendix H) and conforms to  to the minimum requirements as specified in City of Cypress Standard Plan No. 299, Sand/Oil Separator & Grease Interceptor with Sample Box. PW-Engineering CD-Building Division Certificate of Use and Occuapancy (U)
29 29 Fats, Oils and Grease - Best Management Practices Prior to certificate of occupancy, the applicant shall demonstrate that the business owner has properly trained their employees on the proper disposal of fats, oils and grease best management practices. PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Certificate of Use and Occuapancy (U)
Street Lighting  (1 Condition)  
8 31 Public Street Lighting within the Street Right of Way (E16) Prior to recordation of the Subdivision Map, the Applicant shall design and submit plans for all street lights within the public right of way for incorporation into the City owned Street Light system. Street lights on marbelite light poles shall be installed per Southern California Edison standards/requirements. Street name signs and traffic signs shall be installed per City Standards. PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Building Permit (B)
Streets  (6 Conditions) 
5 32 Private Streets Disclaimer Prior to the recordation of a subdivision map the subdivider shall place a note on the map, in a manner that meets the approval of the Engineering Division Manager, that states:

 "The private streets constructed within this map shall be owned, operated and maintained by the developer, successors or assigns. The City of Cypress shall have no responsibility for maintenance."
PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Recordation of a Subdivision Map (R)
9 33 Reciprocal Easements (E2) Prior to the recordation of a subdivision map, the applicant shall reference on the subdivision map any parcels affected by two-way reciprocal access, joint drainage, joint irrigation, joint use and parking easements etc... and place a note on the final map reserving the easement for the benefit of applicable parcels on the map, in a manner meeting the approval of the Assistant City Engineer in consultation with the Planning Manager. (E2) PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Recordation of a Subdivision Map (R)
11 34 ADA within Public Right of Way Prior to issuance of certificate of occupancy, the applicant shall replace any deficient sidewalk or driveway approaches or cause to fix any other frontage improvement located in the public right of way that do not meet the requirements of the Federal American Disabilities Act (ADA) and State of California Title 24. The applicant shall submit a plan for any improvement, in consultation with or as required by the Engineering Division Manager, and obtain a permit from the Public Works Department prior to any work within the right of way. The applicant shall grant an easement to the City for pedestrian purposes for any improvement such as driveway approaches for compliance with ADA requirements. PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Certificate of Use and Occuapancy (U)
13 35 Damage to Public Improvements (E8) Prior to issuance of certificate of occupancy, the applicant shall remove and replace any existing public improvements at the development site which have existing damage, are damaged due to construction, or otherwise below current standards, to the satisfaction of the Engineering Division Manager. PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Certificate of Use and Occuapancy (U)
22 36 Street Design Prior to recordation of the subdivision map, the applicant shall submit a design plan and obtain plan approval from the Engineering Divsion for all proposed City streets.

For proposed public streets, structural sections shall be based on the recommendation of a soils report prepared by an engineering firm acceptable to the City Engineer. All design shall be in conformance with the County of Orange Highway Design Manual. Attendion is directed that street structural sections shall be determined by using an applicable Traffic Index but shall be not less than 3 inches asphalt concrete over 6 inches of asphalt base.  The minimum flow line grade in streets shall be two-tenths percent (0.20%), and the minimum A.C. cross fall shall be two percent (2%).
PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Recordation of a Subdivision Map (R)
23 37 Street Prior to ____________________, the applicant shall dedicate and fully improved with curb, gutter, sidewalk, drive closure, drive approach, paving, etc., the following ________________________________ per the City Engineer in accordance with the City's Code requirement for streets. PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Various (V)
Subdivision  (1 Condition)  
10 38 Subdivision Map (E1) Prior to issuance of Building Permits, the applicant shall ensure that the Parcel/Tract Map, that meets all the requirements of the State Subdivision Map Act and City's Subdivision Ordinance, is recorded and a copy of the recorded map is submitted to the Engineering Division Manager. PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Building Permit (B)
Traffic  (6 Conditions) 
4 39 Construction of Traffic Signals Prior to the recordation of a subdivision map, or prior to the issuance of any building permits, whichever comes first, the applicant shall (design and construct/provide a cash deposit for _____% of the cost of / enter into an agreement with the City of Cypress, accompanied by financial security, for the cost of ____% of) a traffic signal at the intersection of ________ and ________, in a manner meeting the approval of the Assistant City Engineer. PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Various (V)
6 40 Sight Distance Prior to the issuance of any grading permits, the applicant shall provide adequate sight distance per Engineering Standard Plan 204 and 205 at all street intersections, driveway and parkways, in a manner meeting the approval of the Engineering Division Manager. The applicant shall make all necessary revisions to the plan to meet the sight distance requirement such as removing slopes or other encroachments from the limited use area in a manner meeting the approval of the Engineering Divsions Manager and Planning Manager.  
PW-Engineering CD-Planning Division Grading Permit (G)
17 41 Transporation Demand Ordinance Pursuant to the Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Ordinance, TDM measures shall be applicable to all developments with a projected employee base of 250 or greater.  

Prior to the issuance of certificate of occupancy, the applicant shall construct TDM improvements in the project if it meets or exceeds the employee threshold.
PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Certificate of Use and Occuapancy (U)
18 42 Traffic Study (E13) Prior to the issuance of Building Permits, the applicant shall submit a traffic study for all existing improvements and the proposed developments to analyze the effects of this development and ultimate development. This study shall address the need for traffic control devices, ingress-egress, traffic generation and distribution, and other traffic concerns. PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Building Permit (B)
19 43 Construction of Traffic Improvements (E14) Prior the the issuance of certificate of occupancy, the applicant shall construct the following improvements _________________________________ as indicated in the traffic report and as required by the City Traffic Engineer. All costs for the improvements including but not limited to design, construction, inspection shall be the responsibility of the applicant. PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Certificate of Use and Occuapancy (U)
20 44 Driveway Approaches The quantity, location, width, and type of public driveways shall be subject to the approval of the City Engineer. Prior to construction of any driveway approach upon public street right of way, the applicant will obtain a public works permit. PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Certificate of Use and Occuapancy (U)
Utilities  (1 Condition)  
21 45 Underground Utilities Services (E12) Prior to certificate of occupancy, the applicant shall install all new and existing utility services underground.  

Attention is directed that trenching and backfill in streets shall be per City of Cypress Public Works Standard Plan No. 109.  Arterials shall be crossed by boring only.  In public streets, lateral open cuts spaced within 20 feet of each other shall be covered with a one inch continuous asphalt concrete cap.
PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Certificate of Use and Occuapancy (U)
Water Quality  (11 Conditions) 
7 46 Final Submittal WQMP in Electronic Format Prior to the issuance of building permits, the applicant shall submit a certified copy of the approved Final Water Quality Management Plan along with the final approved Grading Plan and all other supporting documentation on a Compact Disc in digital file formats acceptable to the Assistant City Engineer. PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Building Permit (B)
31 47 Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan SWWP For projects greater than 1 acre, prior to the issuance of any grading or building permits, the applicant shall demonstrate compliance with California's General Permit for Stormwater Discharges Associated with Construction Activity by providing a copy of the Notice of Intent (NOI) submitted to the State Water Resources Control Board and a copy of the subsequent notification of the issuance of a Waste Discharge Identification (WDID) Number; or other proof of filing in a manner meeting the satisfaction of the Manager, Permit Intake. Projects subject to this requirement shall prepare and implement a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP). A copy of the current SWPPP shall be kept at the project site and be available for City review on request. 


The applicant shall ensure that the SWPPP is consistent with any with any City approved plan including the grading plan, site plan, building plans, and water quality management plan.
PW-Engineering CD-Building Division Various (V)
32 48 General Water Quality The applicant is directed to Chapter 12 Health and Sanitation, Article IV Cypress Water Quality, Section 13-23 (a) (9) regarding required submittal for a Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) to control urban runoff. This project has been classified as a priority project under section XII New Development (Including Significant Redevelopment) Order No. R8-2009-0030 of the Waste Discharge Requirements of the California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Santa Ana Region for the cities within Orange County (NPDES Permit) available at http://www.ocwatershed.com/Documents/R84thterm.pdf.  Said WQMP shall include best management practices for source control, pollution prevention, site design, and low impact development as well as structural treatment controls among many factors.  Site design for controlling urban runoff must first evaluate infiltration, then harvest and water re-use, then evapotranspiration and only bio-treatment if the other three are not feasible. Submittal and subsequent approval of the Preliminary Water Quality Management Plan does not guarantee approval of the Final Water Quality Management Plan. Should the final calculations and submittals not meet the required thresholds necessary to meet the obligations of the City under the NPDES Permit for development and its incorporated documents such as the Drainage Area Management Plan and Technical Guidance Document, alterations to the site and the site plan may be required as prescribed by the Director of Public Works or Director of Community Development to the WQMP. The aforementioned documents are available for download at http://www.ocwatersheds.com/WQMP.aspx. Any significant alteration to the site plan due to the Final WQMP may then require approval of the Council of the revised site plan. Additionally, as required under the NPDES Permit, attention is directed that the WQMP must identify a responsible party and implement funding sources for maintaining any treatment controls as required as part of the development and must ensure that appropriate easements and ownerships are properly recorded in public records and access is made available for inspection of said devices. PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Various (V)
33 49 After Project Storm Drain Cleaning Prior to issuance of certificate of occupancy, the applicant shall clean all on site storm drain system, catch basins, filters, storm drain lines, inlet boxes, etc. Additionally, upon direction of the Engineering Division Manager, the applicant shall clean any public storm drain system, catch basins, filster, lines, inlet boxes that the Engineering Division Manager has determined have been impacted by the applicant's construction.

If clean-up is not performed, the City may make arrangements to clean the system at developer’s expense.
PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Certificate of Use and Occuapancy (U)
35 50 Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) Prior to the issuance of any grading or building permits, the applicant shall submit for review and approval by the Engineering Division Manager, a Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) specifically identifying Best Management Practices (BMPs) that will be used onsite to control predictable pollutant runoff. The applicant's WQMP shall be in conformance with the Orange County Drainage Area Management Plan (DAMP), Model WQMP, and Technical Guidance Manual for reference, and the City's WQMP template for submittal. This WQMP shall include the following: 

- Detailed site and project description
- Potential stormwater pollutants
- Post-development drainage characteristics
- Low Impact Development (LID) BMP selection and analysis
- Structural and Non-Structural source control BMPs
- Site design and drainage plan (BMP Exhibit)
- GIS coordinates for all LID and Treatment Control BMPs
- Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Plan that (1) describes the long-term operation and maintenance requirements for BMPs identified in the BMP Exhibit; (2) identifies the entity that will be responsible for long-term operation and maintenance of the referenced BMPs; and (3) describes the mechanism for funding the long-term operation and maintenance of the referenced BMPs

The BMP Exhibit from the approved WQMP shall be included as a sheet in all plan sets submitted for plan check and all BMPs shall be depicted on these plans. Grading and building plans must be consistent with the approved BMP exhibit.
PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Various (V)
36 51 Compliance with the NPDES Permit and/or WQMP Prior to the issuance of a certificate of use and occupancy, the applicant shall demonstrate compliance with the City's NPDES Implementation Program in a manner meeting the satisfaction of the Engineering Division Manager and Water Quality Manager, including: 

- Demonstrate that all structural Best Management Practices (BMPs) described in the BMP Exhibit from the project's approved WQMP have been implemented, constructed and installed in conformance with approved plans and specifications 
- Demonstrate that the applicant has complied with all non-structural BMPs described in the project's WQMP 
- Submit for review and approval an Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Plan for all structural BMPs (the O&M Plan shall become an attachment to the WQMP; 
- Demonstrate that copies of the project's approved WQMP (with attached O&M Plan) are available for each of the initial occupants; 
- Agree to pay for an inspection (special investigation) from the Cityfor a date 12 months after the issuance of a Certificate of Use and Occupancy for the project to verify compliance with the approved WQMP and O&M Plan
- Demonstrate that the applicant has RECORDED one of the following:  1. The CC&R's (that must include the approved WQMP and O&M Plan) for the project's Home Owner's Association; 2. A water quality implementation agreement that has the approved WQMP and O&M Plan attached; or 3. The final approved Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) and Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Plan.
PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Certificate of Use and Occuapancy (U)
37 52 Erosion and Sediment Control Plan (ESCP) Prior to the issuance of any grading or building permit, the applicant shall submit a Erosion and Sediment Control Plan (ESCP) in a manner meeting approval of the Engineering Division Manager and the Building Official, to demonstrate compliance with the City’s NPDES Implementation Program and state water quality regulations for grading and construction activities. The ESCP shall identify how all construction materials, wastes, grading or demolition debris, and stockpiles of soil, aggregates, soil amendments, etc. shall be properly covered, stored, and secured to prevent transport into local drainage ways or coastal waters by wind, rain, tracking, tidal erosion or dispersion. The ESCP shall also describe how the applicant will ensure that all BMPs will be maintained during construction of any future public right-of-ways. The ESCP shall be updated as needed to address the changing circumstances of the project site. A copy of the current ESCP shall be kept at the project site and be available for City review on request by either the Building or Engineering Division. The ESCP will be inspected by the Building Division. PW-Engineering CD-Building Division Various (V)
41 53 Stormwater Conditions - Commercial/Industrial Facility The applicant shall be subject to all requirements of Section 13 - 29 of the Cypress Municipal Code regarding stormwater pollution prevention including, but not limited to, obtaining a commercial/industrial stormwater discharge permit from the Public Works Department, prior to the issuance of a final certificate of occupancy. PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Certificate of Use and Occuapancy (U)
42 54 Stormwater Conditions - Commercial/Industrial Facility The applicant shall place sufficient trash receptacles outside to collect trash generated by its patrons. No less than one receptacle shall be provided.  These shall be properly maintained and not allowed to overflow. 

PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Various (V)
43 55 Stormwater Conditions - Commercial/Industrial Facility The applicant shall construct new or modify its existing trash enclosure structure to possess a solid covered roof that prohibits stormwater to enter and then discharge from the enclosure. The applicant shall obtain all required permits from the Building Department for construction and also obtain final inspection from the Public Works Department to ensure it meets the above mentioned criteria prior to the issuance of a final certificate of occupancy.

PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Certificate of Use and Occuapancy (U)
44 56 Stormwater Conditions - Commercial/Industrial Facility The applicant shall construct a rolled berm around the perimeter of the facility. The rolled berm will serve as a pollution prevention measure by containing the stormwater and non-stormwater discharges and thereby minimize discharges flowing into the municipal storm drain system. The applicant shall obtain required permits from the Building Department for construction and also obtain final inspection from the Public Works Department to ensure it meets the above mentioned criteria prior to the issuance of a final certificate of occupancy. PW-Engineering PW-Engineering Various (V)

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