Article XI
Review Processes and Procedures
Subpart A. Site Plan Review and Approval
§42-327.
General 
Site Plans shall contain all applicable information as required herein and shall adhere to the applicable review and
approval process as outlined in this subpart. To lessen the time required to obtain all necessary approvals, the Site
Plan approval processes may run concurrently with a building plan review, an application for a land-disturbing
permit, or other applications for approvals required for the particular development. When a watershed development
plan approval is required, that approval shall be a prerequisite to Site Plan approval. Site Plans are required where
the individual consideration of design, configuration and/or operation of a use at a proposed site is/are necessary to
ensure site appropriateness, compatibility with surrounding uses and the protection of the public health, safety and
welfare.
§42-328.
Communication Facility Site Plan Review.
A.   Approval Authority. Communication Facilities Administrator.
B.   Staff Review. The Communication Facilities Administrator shall review the proposal and    
       
determine its completeness, finding that the regulations of this Chapter that set forth specific 
development standards (see SR 9.3 (Communication Facilities) and (§42-348 (Category One (1) 
or Two (2) Communication Facility Permits) and §42-349 (Category Three (3) Communication 
Facility 
Permits)) have been met.
C.
Permit Validity. The Communication Facilities Administrator or Zoning Board of Adjustment 
(ZBA)
(as determined by facility category) shall grant the applicable Communication Facility 
Permit, in
accordance with the process outlined in this section, only after review and approval of 
the site plan.
§42-329.
Manufactured Home Park (MHP) Site Plan Review
A.
Approval Authority. Technical Review Committee (TRC).
B.
Staff Review. All members of the TRC shall sign off on the proposal for approval. The TRC shall not
approve a site plan unless it makes written findings that the regulations of this Chapter that set forth
specific development standards have been met. The TRC shall take action within 30 days of reviewing the
site plan.
(1)
Approval. The proposal meets all requirements of this Chapter, and other statutes, ordinances and
regulations of the County as submitted and is approved. If the site plan is approved by the TRC the
applicant may proceed with other requirements necessary to obtain a building permit.
(2)
Conditional Approval. The proposal exhibits only minor deficiencies with regard to this Chapter
and other statutes, ordinances and regulations of the County and, after corrections have been
made, can be approved. If the site plan is granted conditional approval by the TRC the applicant
shall revise and resubmit the site plan to the MHP Administrator. The MHP Administrator shall
review the revised site plan and, if it meets the approval conditions and is otherwise substantially
unaltered, shall signify on the plan the change from conditional approval to approval. The MHP
Administrator has the right to resubmit the revised site plan to the TRC for complete review if
deemed necessary. If the site plan is not revised within 60 days to meet the approval conditions, or
the applicant notified the MHP Administrator of unwillingness to revise the site plan, it shall be
deemed denied.
(3)
Denial. The proposal cannot be approved as it exhibits deficiencies and/or is not in compliance
with this Chapter or other statutes, ordinances and regulations of the County which make it
completely ineligible for revision and resubmittal. If the TRC denies the site plan, reasons for the
denial shall be stated in writing.
C.
Permit Validity. The MHP Administrator shall grant MHP Construction Permits and MHP Completion of
Improvement Permits only after TRC review and approval of the site plan. Minor changes to the location,
siting or character of manufactured homes or other structures may be authorized by the MHP Administrator
if required by engineering or other circumstances not foreseen at the time the site plan was approved,
provided that such changes adhere to the requirements set forth in this Chapter. Where such changes are
  
major (including proposed increases to the number of units or non-accessory structures), the site plan shall
be resubmitted and reviewed by the TRC.
§42-330.
Minor Site Plan Review
A.
Approval Authority. Zoning Administrator.
B.
Staff Review. The Zoning Administrator shall review the proposal and determine its completeness, finding
that the regulations of this Chapter that set forth specific development standards have been met.
C.
Permit Validity. The Zoning Administrator shall issue a zoning permit for minor site plans, in accordance
with the process outlined in this Chapter (see §42-362 (Zoning Permits)), only after review and approval of
the site plan.
§42-331.
Major Site Plan Review
A.
Approval Authority. Technical Review Committee (TRC).
B.
Staff Review. The Zoning Administrator shall meet with applicants in a pre-application conference prior to,
or at the time of site plan submittal to provide information to the applicant regarding the review process
and assist in the preparation of the submittal. The Zoning Administrator, after receiving the site plan, shall:
(1) review the plan, (2) determine its completeness, (3) schedule the matter for consideration by the TRC,
(4) notify the applicant of the TRC’s scheduled time, and (5) prepare a recommendation on the site plan.
All members of the TRC shall sign off on the application for approval. The TRC shall not approve a site
plan unless it makes written findings that the regulations of this Chapter have been met. The TRC shall take
action within 30 days of reviewing the site plan. Any approval or denial of the request must be in writing
and be permanently filed in the office of the TRC as a public record. 
(1)
Approval. The proposal meets all requirements of this Chapter and other statutes, ordinances and
regulations of the County as submitted and is approved. If the site plan is approved by the TRC the
applicant may proceed with other requirements necessary to obtain a building permit.
(2)
Conditional Approval. The proposal exhibits only minor deficiencies with regard to this Chapter
and other statutes, ordinances and regulations of the County and, after corrections have been
made, can be approved. If the site plan is granted conditional approval by the TRC the applicant
shall revise and resubmit the site plan to the Zoning Administrator. The Zoning Administrator
shall review the revised site plan and, if it meets the approval conditions and is otherwise
substantially unaltered, shall signify on the plan the change from conditional approval to approval.
The Zoning Administrator has the right to resubmit the revised site plan to the TRC for complete
review if deemed necessary. If the site plan is not revised within 60 days to meet the approval
conditions, or the applicant notified the Zoning Administrator of unwillingness to revise the site
plan, it shall be deemed denied.
(3)
Denial. The proposal cannot be approved as it exhibits deficiencies and/or is not in compliance
with this Chapter or other statutes, ordinances and regulations of the County which make it
completely ineligible for revision and resubmittal. If the TRC denies the site plan, reasons for the
denial shall be stated in writing and the site plan may be revised and resubmitted.
C.
Permit Validity. No permit shall be issued by the TRC; however, no permit for any use requiring a major
site plan may be issued without proof of TRC review and approval.
§42-332.
Through 42-334.  Reserved