Sandwich Site-Plan Review
TOWN OF SANDWICH
AMENDED AUGUST 6 , 1997
AMENDED APRIL 5, 2001
AMENDED DECEMBER 5, 2002
AMENDED APRIL 1, 2004
AMENDED JANUARY 3, 2013
AMENDED JANUARY 7, 2014
AMENDED MAY 5, 2016
AMENDED NOVEMBER 17, 2016
AMENDED APRIL 4, 2019
160-3 GENERAL PROVISIONS
160-4 RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER CODES AND ORDINANCES
160-6 APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
160-7 REQUIREMENTS FOR SITE PLAN APPROVAL
160-8 PROCEDURE FOR SITE PLAN REVIEW
160-9 CAMPGROUNDS AND CAMPING PARK SPECIAL PROVISIONS
160-10 PERSONAL WIRELESS SERVICES FACILITIES
160-11 WAIVERS AND APPEALS
SITE PLAN REVIEW REGULATIONS
[HISTORY: Adopted by the Planning Board of the Town of Sandwich 5-19-1983; amended 11-1-1989; 6-14-1990; 8-6-1997. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
§ 160-1. Authority.
Pursuant to the authority vested in the Sandwich Planning Board by the voters of the Town of Sandwich by vote of the Town Meeting, March 9, 1982, and in accordance with the provisions of New Hampshire RSA 674:43 as amended, the Planning Board adopts the following regulations governing the review and approval of site plans for the development or change or expansion of use of tracts for nonresidential uses, for residential cluster developments, or for multiple-unit residential developments of more than two units.
§ 160-2. Purpose.
The purpose of these Site Plan Review Regulations is to protect the public health, safety and welfare; to ensure the adequacy of traffic and public safety equipment access, circulation, and parking; to ensure the provision of adequate buffers, landscaping and screening to protect adjoining properties against detrimental or offensive uses on the site, including but not limited to unsightly or obnoxious appearance, smoke, and noise; to protect against adverse environmental impacts from a proposed development, including inadequate disposal or storage of sewage, refuse and other wastes, and inadequate surface drainage; and to reasonably minimize the projected demands for Town facilities, services, schools and public ways. The Planning Board may exercise its broadest discretion to assure that the site usage is compatible with the stated objectives of the Master Plan of the Town.
§ 160-3. General provisions.
A. Title. These regulations shall be known and cited as: "Site Plan Review Regulations of the Town of Sandwich, NH."
B. Jurisdiction. These regulations shall pertain to all land within the boundaries of the Town of Sandwich and shall be in effect from the time of their adoption by the Sandwich Planning Board.
C. Administration. The Planning Board of the Town of Sandwich shall administer these regulations. They shall be enforced by the Board of Selectmen of the Town of Sandwich or by their duly authorized agent.
D. Penalties. Any owner, or agent of the owner of any building or development who commences site development for construction, or actual construction, without site plan approval may be enjoined by the Town through its counsel or other official designated by its Selectmen; and after such owner, or agent of the owner, no later than one year after the site plan is rejected by the Planning Board, shall restore the property to its condition prior to the time of such site development for construction or actual construction. If such property is not restored within said one year, a penalty not to exceed $100 shall be imposed upon the owner or agent of the owner for each day beyond said one year that the property is not restored.
§ 160-4. Relationship to other codes and ordinances.
These Site Plan Review Regulations in no way relieve the developer or his/her agent from compliance with the Zoning Ordinance, Subdivision Regulations or any other ordinance which pertains to the proposed development. The Planning Board may conditionally approve a site plan subject to receipt of other town, state, or federal permits related to the site plan, such as but not limited to, variance, special exception, steep slopes, driveway permit, and excavation permit. No building permit will be issued until approval of the site plan is granted by the Board.
§ 160-5. Definitions.
All definitions are contained in the Zoning Ordinance, Article I, Section 150-5. [Amended 05/05/16]
§ 160-6. Application requirements.
A. An application shall be filed with the Administrative Secretary of the Planning Board or designated agent at least 24 days prior to a regularly scheduled public meeting of the Board. Ten copies of the original application and ten copies of an 11” x 17” copy of any plats shall also be submitted. [Amended 9-1-11 & 01/07/14]
B. Application contents sufficient to meet the requirements to initiate formal review shall include an application form completely filled in and signed by all property owners including a description of the project, an abutter list, fees, agent form as appropriate, and waivers if requested. If the Board finds that the application is not complete, the application will not be accepted and formal review will not occur. The Board will notify the applicant in writing of the denial of acceptance and include a list of deficiencies. [Amended 01/-07-2014]
C. An application shall contain the followingrequirements sufficient to involve Board deliberationand approval or disapproval. Failure to provide all information necessary for the Board to make a determination on the application may result in the application being continued until all information is submitted.
(1) Site plan drawing specifications:
(a) Four copies of the plan and other drawings to be provided.
(b) Maximum sheet size, 24 inches by 36 inches with one-half- to one-inch border on three sides and two-inch on the left.
(c) Scale: not to exceed 50 feet per inch unless permission is granted by the Board.
(d) Title block in lower right corner giving name and location of development, scale, contour intervals and names, official seals and signatures of licensed designer(s) and land surveyor(s).
(e) Approval block for use by the Board.
(f) North point (magnetic north and declination) and a locus map.
(g) Date of survey, date(s) of revision(s) and superseding notice.
(h) Otherwise in accordance with directions issued from time to time by the Register of Deeds of Carroll County.
(2) Lot description:
(a) Bearings and distances of the parcel boundaries.
(b) Topography with no greater than five-foot contour intervals. At major construction sites contour intervals should be no more than two feet.
(c) Location and name(s) of street(s).
(d) Distance in feet from corner of lot to nearest street intersection.
(e) Boundaries of existing natural features (rivers, lakes, intermittent runoffs, wetlands, ledges, etc.) within 200 feet of the developed portion.
(f) Vegetative cover of area (wooded or cleared).
(g) Any important specimen trees.
(h) All existing improvements, utilities, easements and rights-of-way within 50 feet of the site boundaries and 100 feet from front corners on state and Town highways and 100 feet from right-of-way lines.
(i) Soil types. If the proposed uses and/or the density of development warrant extraordinary attention to water and waste disposal, a HISS may be required.
(3) Proposed site details.
(a) Planned roads showing:
 Length of radii of curves to center line.
 Length of interior radii at curves and junctions.
 Planned road width (shoulder to shoulder), including typical cross section and profile.
 Access: drives and openings off service road or highway.
 Names of new streets which are subject to Board approval.
(b) Parking area: location with overall dimensions, parking method (parallel or angle), capacity, curbing, type of surface and drainage.
(c) Structures and special facilities:
 Location, to scale.
 Proposed finished grade elevation at foundation.
 Building floor plans and elevations.
 Lighting or power poles.
(d) Finished contours: changes in grade indicated by dashed contour lines.
(e) Location of proposed and existing water lines, wells, sewage lines, sewage systems, surface drainage system, and utility lines, including location of source, tanks, drains, size of pipe, poles, and sewage disposal fields, service areas, loading area; location of existing fire hydrants and water sources for fire protection.
(f) Limit of lawn areas, location and type of landscape planting, existing trees to remain and the like.
(g) Location of walks, fences and screening.
(h) Location of signs, lights.
(4) Additional material or information required:
(a) For on-lot sewage systems: Department of Environmental Services approval for construction.
(b) Driveway permit from state or Town Highway Department.
(c) Sight distance at entrance from 10 feet off edge of pavement.
(d) Dredge and fill and/or site-specific permit if required.
(e) Utility easements. A layout indicating how the site will be served by electric, telephone and any other public utility must be provided. If the utility company(s) requires an easement to provide service, no final approval shall be granted by the Board until such easements are secured. If no easements are required, a letter of intent to provide service from the utility company(s) must accompany the application.
D. Preliminary Consultations. The Board may provide for preliminary consultation and review upon application as long as this consultation is limited to discussions of proposals in conceptual form only and in such general terms as the desirability of types of development and proposals under the Comprehensive Master Plan. Such discussion may occur without the necessity of giving formal public notice, but such discussions may occur only at formal meetings of the Board.
§ 160-7. Other Requirements for site plan approval.
A. Adequate traffic access, circulation, and parking are provided to ensure the safety of vehicles and pedestrians. Criteria for such a determination shall include, but need not be limited to, the following:
(1) Access to public streets meet the requirements of the NH Department of Public Works and Highways and/or the Town of Sandwich;
(2) It is expected that shoppers, employees, and/or residents will require access to sidewalks running from the street side to the establishment(s). Sidewalks shall be provided for pedestrian traffic to provide connection between the main entrances of business, housing, or industrial establishments and parking areas;
(3) Sufficient off-street parking for the vehicles of employees, customers and/or residents so that no parking is forced onto public streets. For all nonresidential uses 200 square feet of parking area shall be provided for every two employees. In addition, commercial uses shall be provided with at least two square feet of parking space for every square foot of public floor area to be used for business; restaurants shall be provided with at least one parking space of 200 feet square feet for each three seats; hotels and similar uses shall be provided with at least 200 square feet of parking space for every two persons to be accommodated on the premises. Single-family dwellings and multiple-unit residential developments shall provide for each unit at least two indoor or outdoor parking spaces of at least 200 square feet each. Requirements for institutional or other uses not specified above shall be determined by the Board on a case-by-case basis. Parking requirements may be modified or waived in the Village District when designated municipal parking areas are utilized. [Amended 4-1-2004 & 11-17-2016]
(4) Sufficient off-street loading and/or unloading space is provided, including off-street areas for maneuvering of anticipated trucks, or other vehicles. Maneuvers for parking and/or loading or unloading must not take place on a public street;
(5) Access, parking, and loading areas constructed to minimize dust, runoff and erosion conditions that would have a detrimental effect of on abutting properties;
(6) Access for fire and rescue equipment.
B. Adequate buffers, landscaping, and screening to protect adjoining properties against any possible detrimental or offensive uses on site, including, but not limited to, obnoxious appearance, smoke and noise. Criteria for such a determination shall include, but need not be limited to, the following:
(1) Sufficient buffer strips to reduce noise and provide privacy between proposed development and abutting residential areas. Buffer strips shall contain vegetation to screen site from abutting residential uses during winter months;
(2) Adequate landscaping between site and public highways or streets;
(3) Adequate interior landscaping in large parking areas (over two double rows);
(4) Litter (garbage) storage and collection areas fenced and/or screened by vegetation;
(5) Outdoor lighting which does not glare on abutting properties or on public highways or streets.
C. Adequate measures to protect against adverse environmental impacts. Criteria for such a determination include, but are not limited to, the following:
(1) Sewage disposal and water supply systems designed to meet the regulations of the NH Department of Environmental Services and/or the Town of Sandwich;
(2) If the proposed development is located within a flood-hazard area, adequate measures to minimize flood damage to structures, public utilities, and septic systems located on the site;
(3) Adequate provisions for safe storage of hazardous materials and/or waste to protect against environmental pollution, negative effects on neighboring properties and danger to users or residents of the site;
(4) Adequate provisions for surface drainage.
D. Commercial wireless communication towers. Adequate provisions to prevent unreasonable interference with the view from any private dwelling, public park, natural scenic vista, historic building or district or major view corridor.
E. Any other adequate provisions, which the Planning Board deems necessary to protect the public health, safety and welfare. [Amended 4-1-2004]
F. State of NH Fire Code Review
For any new or change of use in a commercial building, or a change from a residence into a commercial or public use, a review and approval of the plans as they pertain to the State of NH Fire Code shall be required and performed by the Sandwich Fire Department.
§ 160-8. Procedure for site plan review.
A. Preliminary Consultation discussion. An applicant may appear before the Planning Board to discuss the proposed development in a manner consistent with § 160-6D preceding.
B. Filing and submission of application for all site plans except for telecommunications facilities, which shall follow the requirements found in 160-9. [Amended 11-17-2016]
(1) The application shall be filed with the Administrative Secretary of the Planning Board (or a designated agent) at least twenty-four (24) days prior to a scheduled public meeting of the Board.
(2) The application shall be formally submitted to and accepted by the Board within thirty (30) days of receipt only at such scheduled public meeting after due notification to applicant, abutters, and the general public of the date the completed application will be submitted and received by the Board. An application filed by the applicant determined to be incomplete will not be formally accepted by the Board.
C. Board action on accepted application. The Board shall begin formal review of the completed application upon acceptance and shall act to approve or disapprove the application within sixty-five (65) days after its acceptance. Extensions may be granted per RSA 676:4I(f).
D. Public hearing. The Board, before initiating formal review and action on the completed application, shall hold a public hearing to provide an opportunity for public testimony relative to the presumed consequences of the proposed development. Such hearings may take place at a regular or special meeting of the Board and may be the same meeting at which the application is formally accepted. At the hearing, the applicant, any abutter, or any person with a direct interest in the matter may testify in person or in writing. Other persons may testify, subject to Board approval at the hearing. The applicant and all abutters shall be notified of the hearing by a certified letter, stating the time and place of such hearing, and a general description of the proposal and its location, mailed at least 10 days before the date fixed for the hearing. Hearing notice to the general public shall also be given at the same time by posting in a public place in the Town and/or by publication in a newspaper of general circulation therein. For any public hearing on the application, the same notice as required for notice of submission of the application shall be given. If the notice of public hearing has been included in the notice of submission or any prior notice, additional notice of the public hearing is not required, nor shall additional notice be required of an adjourned session of a hearing with proper notice if the date, time, and place of the adjourned session was made known at the prior hearing. Applications may be disapproved by the Board without public hearing on the grounds of failure of the applicant to supply items required by these regulations as specified in § 160-6 B. [Amended 01-07-14]
E. Performance Security. The Planning Board may require that a performance security, the amount of which shall be determined by the Board, be posted by the applicant and held by the Town until the Board is satisfied that all conditions of the site plan approval and any other pertinent zoning ordinance, subdivision regulation and building regulation requirements have been met. The amount of the performance security shall be based upon an engineer's cost estimate of the necessary improvements. The Board may require a review, at the applicant's expense, by a registered professional engineer of the submitted plans and cost estimate. The performance security shall not be released until the Board certifies completion of the required improvements in accordance with the site plan approved by the Board. [Amended 1-3-2013]
F. Approval of the site plan shall be certified by written endorsement of the site plan signed by the Chairman of the Planning Board. The Board may transmit a copy of the site plan with such approval endorsed in writing thereon together with required fees to the Register of Deeds of Carroll County. The applicant shall be responsible for the payment of recording fees. Should the approval be subject to conditions not apparent on the face of the site plan, such conditions shall be recorded as well with reference made to such recording on the face of the plat. In case of disapproval of any application submitted to the Board, the grounds for such disapproval shall be stated in the minutes of the Board meeting at which it was disapproved. Written notice of the decision specifying the reasons for the disapproval shall be sent to the applicant within five (5) business days of the decision.
G. Statute of limitations. Planning Board approval of a site plan shall be valid for one year from date of approval.
§ 160-9. Campgrounds and Camping Parks Special Provisions [Added 4-4-2019]
Pursuant to, and in order to enact Zoning Ordinance Article VII, the Sandwich Planning Board had determined that the following components, in addition to the above site plan requirements, are required for all Campground and Camping Park facilities. In addition, the Planning Board may have further requirements based on Zoning Ordinance Section 150-41, as well as the scope and location of the proposed project.
(1) General filing requirements:
(a) For Campgrounds and Camping Parks a proposed operations plan including but not limited to: seasons of use; maximum number of sites along with maximum occupancy (including guests) and vehicles per site; hours of access; user regulations; maximum vehicle size permitted on lot; management structure; campers access to abutting surface water including streams, ponds, lakes, other wetlands (if any); access to abutting public lands and trail systems; provisions regarding: pets, their noise and waste; outdoor lighting; campfires; noise and quiet hours; access to drinking and water supply; emergency evacuation route; maximum occupancy on entire lot; waste management plans and system.
(b) A surveyed lot plan detailing:
1) Existing conditions on the property including any pertinent features such as on-lot and abutting wetlands and surface water bodies; topography; areas intended to remain in current use (if any); all property lines and 200 ft. setback lines from roadways and boundaries; any easements or rights-of-way on the lot; abutting lots including ownership and acreage.
2) Proposed development and impact on the site including: buildings, campsites and their adjoining parking spots (200 square ft. per vehicle required); guest parking, if allowed; any internal driveways and roadways; entrance and egress to town or state roads; campers’ access to abutting surface water, if any, including streams, ponds, lakes and other wetlands; campers’ access to abutting public lands and trail systems; facilities for waste disposal; access to water supply source and system for campers and fire control; any facility entrance building, office, laundry or wash-room; electrical supplies, buried utilities, and access to hook-ups (if applicable).
c) The following additional permits are required if applicable:
1) Any State of New Hampshire use permits, if needed, per NH RSA Title XIX Chapter 216-I.
2) A NH DES Septic approval for on-site waste disposal based on maximum lot occupancy.
3) Town or State road access (driveway permit)
4) A DES Alteration of terrain permit, if required by State regulations.
5) Any DES Wetlands permits, if required by State regulations.
(2) Annual Permit: The Town of Sandwich will issue an annually renewable $50.00 permit upon approval of the Site Plan Application in order to enable the Compliance Officer to make annual inspections to insure compliance with Zoning Ordinance Article VII Camping and Camping Area Regulations, and the terms of the Planning Board Site Plan approval.
(3) Performance security: The Board may invoke a requirement meant to assure that the special provisions of this section are complied with. See 160-8 E, above.
(4) Waivers and appeals.
A. Waivers. The Board may waive specific requirements of the regulations of this section if the Board finds, by majority vote, that (1) strict conformity would pose an unnecessary hardship to the applicant and waiver would not be contrary to the spirit and intent of the regulations; or (2) specific circumstances relative to the site plan, or conditions of the land in such site plan, indicate that the waiver will properly carry out the spirit and intent of the regulations. The basis for any waiver granted by the Board shall be recorded in the minutes of the Board.
B. Appeals. Any persons aggrieved by any decision of the Board concerning a plat or site plan may appeal in accordance with RSA 677:15.
§ 160-10 Telecommunications Facilities. [Amended 11-1-2016]
A. An application shall be filed with the Administrative Secretary of the Planning Board or its designated agent at least 24 days prior to a regularly scheduled public meeting of the Board. The application submission shall include the original completed application signed by all property owners and applicants, an abutter list, regional notification list of all municipalities within a 20 mile radius, ten copies of the original application, ten 11” x 17” copies of any plats submitted, all fees, and any requested waivers.
(1) Upon review that basic completeness requirements of ‘A’ have been met, the application will be date stamped for further review by the Board for substantive completeness.
(2) If the basic completeness requirements have not been met, the application will be rejected, and the applicant informed of the reasons for rejection.
(3) Once an application has been accepted for basic completeness, the Board or its designees will review the application for substantive completeness to determine if the Board has sufficient information to allow the Board to schedule a public hearing with notice to abutters and regional notice. This review shall be completed within thirty days of receipt of the application. The Board shall also determine within the thirty days if the application requires other town permits or approvals or if additional information is required.
(4) Pursuant to RSA 12-K:4 and RSA 676:4I(g), it shall be the responsibility of the applicant, if the Board deems it necessary, to pay reasonable fees for the review of documents, the cost of special investigative studies, regional notification costs, Board administrative costs, and other matters which may be required for a particular application. All such fees shall be documented and processed pursuant to RSA 673:16, II and RSA 676:4-b.
(5) A public hearing shall be scheduled upon acceptance of a completed application. The applicant and abutters shall submit any additional materials one week prior to each meeting on the application. Materials submitted at a meeting may result in a request by the Board for a continuance.
(6) All requests for extensions by the Board shall be in writing to the applicant. Any refusals for extensions shall be in writing.
(7) The Board shall render a decision on the application within 150 days of receipt of the application unless extensions have been granted.
B. General Filing Requirements:
(1) Site plans shall comply with the requirements of Site Plan Regulations160-6 C.
(2) Application submissions shall comply with the requirements of Zoning Ordinance Chapter XIII, 150-79 Procedural Requirements and 150-80 Performance Standards
C. Additional Filing Requirements
(1) A copy of the carrier’s FCC license.
(2) Proof by the carrier of adequate comprehensive general public liability insurance for the proposed telecommunication facility that provides coverage for damage or injury to persons or property caused by the carrier or its facility.
(3) Lighting. If lighting of the site is required by the FAA or other applicable authority, the applicant shall submit a manufacturer's computer-generated, point-to-point printout, indicating the horizontal foot candle levels at grade within the property to be developed and 25 feet beyond the property lines. The printout shall indicate the locations and types of luminaries proposed.
(4) Environmental filing requirements: The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) applies to all applications for telecommunications facilities. NEPA is administered by the FCC via procedures adopted as Subpart 1, Section 1.1301 et seq. (47 CFR Ch. I). The FCC requires that an environmental assessment (EA) be filed with the FCC prior to beginning operations for any facility proposed in or involving any of the following: Wilderness area; Wildlife preserve; Threatened or endangered species; Historical site; Native American religious site; Floodplain; Wetland; High-intensity white lights in residential neighborhoods; and Excessive radio frequency radiation exposure.
(a) At the time of application, an EA that meets FCC requirements shall be submitted to the Town for each facility site that requires such an EA to be submitted to the FCC. In addition, a letter of concurrence substantiating the finding of the applicant for each of NEPA checklist items shall accompany the site plan application.
(b) The applicant shall list the location, type, and amount (including trace elements) of any materials proposed for use within the facility that are considered hazardous by the federal, state, or county government, or by the Town of Sandwich.
(5) Visibility standards for ground-mounted personal wireless service facilities, excluding reconstruction of existing facilities: Lines representing the sight line showing the viewpoint (point from which view is taken) and visible point (point being viewed) shall be provided, as described below:
(a) Existing ("before" condition) photographs. Each sight line shall be illustrated on four-inch-by-six-inch or larger color photograph of what can currently be seen from any public road or residential building identified above.
(b) Balloon test. Within 14 days of the acceptance of the site plan application by the Planning Board, the applicant shall arrange for a balloon or crane test at the proposed facility site to illustrate the height of the proposed facility. The date, time and location of such test shall be advertised in the Meredith News at least 10 days prior to the test, and the test must be left in place for a minimum of two days (48 hours).
(c) Proposed ("after" condition) photographs. Each of the existing condition photographs shall have the proposed facility superimposed on it to show what will be seen from public roads and residences if the proposed facility is built.
(6) A substantial modification of a telecommunications facility is considered equivalent to an application for a new facility and requires a site plan review when the mounting of a proposed telecommunications facility on a tower or mount which, as a result of single or successive modification applications:
(a) Increases or results in the increase of the permitted vertical height of a tower, or the existing vertical height of a mount, by either more than 10 percent or the height of one additional antenna array with separation from the nearest existing antenna not to exceed 20 feet, whichever is greater; or
(b) Involves adding an appurtenance to the body of a tower or mount that protrudes horizontally from the edge of the tower or mount more than 20 feet, or more than the width of the tower or mount at the level of the appurtenance, whichever is greater, except where necessary to shelter the antenna from inclement weather or to connect the antenna to the tower or mount via cable; or
(c) Increases or results in the increase of the permitted square footage of the existing equipment compound by more than 2,500 square feet; or
(d) Adds to or modifies a camouflaged PWSF in a way that would defeat the effect of the camouflage.
§ 160-11. Waivers and appeals.
A. Waivers. The Board may waive specific requirements of these regulations if the Board finds, by majority vote, that (1) strict conformity would pose an unnecessary hardship to the applicant and waiver would not be contrary to the spirit and intent of the regulations; or (2) specific circumstances relative to the site plan, or conditions of the land in such site plan, indicate that the waiver will properly carry out the spirit and intent of the regulations. The basis for any waiver granted by the Board shall be recorded in the minutes of the Board.
B. Appeals. Any persons aggrieved by any decision of the Board concerning a plat or site plan may appeal in accordance with RSA 677:15.
History of Site Plan Review Regulations
3-9-1982 Planning Board authorized by Town Meeting to develop and issue Site Plan Review Regulations
5-19-1983 Site Plan Review Regulations adopted
11-1-1989 Regulations reviewed and amended
4-5-2001 160-9 Personal wireless services facilities regulations added
12-5-2002 160-6B Home occupation regulations added; contents of completed application amended
4-1-2004 160-5, 160-7, 160-9 Approval of codification of Site Plan Review Regulations, including amendments to various definitions; site plan approval requirements; and personal wireless services requirements
1-3-2013 160-5, Definitions. 160-8.E. Performance Bond. To be consistent with language in the Zoning Ordinance.
1-7-2014 160-4 Clarify the relationship of the site plan regulations to other codes and ordinances; 160-5 amend the definition of Parking Space to be consistent with the regulations; 160-6, 160-7, and 160-8 Clarify the application requirements and process; 160-10 clarify the language to be consistent with state statutes
05-05-16 Moved Definitions to the Zoning Ordinance; Added review of commercial development by the Sandwich Fire Department for Life Safety Codes
11-17-16 160-7 A (3) Clarified that parking requirements in the Village District may be waived under certain circumstances; 160-8 B requirements for telecommunications facilities are within 160-9; 160-9 Amended to incorporate statutory regulations for reviewing, accepting, and processing telecommunications facility applications and to clarify required submittal documents
4-4-19 160-9 Campgrounds and Camping Parks Special Provisions, establishing regulations for site plan review of campgrounds and camping parks permitted under Zoning Ordinance Article VII.