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    Cyburbian Tom R's avatar
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    Defining "available supporting infrastructure"

    Our subdivision regs has the term "available supporting infrastructure" but it is not defined. In our review process the supporting agencies respond as to whether there is sewer, water etc. available but there are no defined thresholds as to when untility or other infrastructure improvements or extensions are required. Does anyone have specific language as to how this is addressed that I can use as an example? Thanks.
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    Cyburbian Jeff's avatar
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    This typically means how many EDUs does your sewage treatment plant have capacity for. And does the Water Authority have capacity in the main for fire protection of a new development.

    You dont necessarily need any language, other than stating final plan is not approved, and COs will not be issued until a clean letter is received from the sewer and water authorities.....paraphrasing of course.

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