The following shall constitute a completed application:
Check made out to "Town of East Hampton" in the following amount: (effective as of 12/6/03)
A. Fees to be in accordance with fee schedule as may be amended (see appendix B) B. When public improvements are required, an additional amount representing three percent (3%) of the estimated cost of the public improvements, as determined by the Town Engineer and approved by the Commission, shall be
submitted prior to final approval and maps being signed. This amount to be utilized for engineering services to insure that improvements are designed and installed in accordance with these regulations. Improvements shall include, but not be limited to, improvements to existing roads and drainage systems, new roads and drainage systems, sewer systems, water systems, and erosion and sedimentation
2. Ten (10) copies of the subdivision plans complying with Section V of these regulations, as amended.
3. A sewage disposal plan must be submitted and approved by the Water Pollution Control Authority before an application is considered to be complete. A copy of Memorandum of Understanding from the Water Pollution Control Authority and Town Sanitarian will be filed with the Commission clearly specifying standards and requirements with regard to public sewer and/or on-site septic systems for the proposed lots.
4. Ten (10) copies of Erosion and Sedimentation Control Plan complying with Section IX of these regulations, as amended.
5. Five (5) copies of Stormwater Runoff Projections complying with Section VIII of these regulations, as amended.
6. Preliminary Layout.
A. Consideration of Preliminary Layout – The Commission strongly recommends that the applicant submit a Preliminary Layout for preliminary discussion. The Preliminary Layout will be considered at a regular public meeting of the Commission art which it is on the agenda. The Commission may permit persons to be heard and written communications received.
B. Effect of Consideration of Preliminary Layout. The Purpose of the consideration of the Preliminary Layout is purely to provide preliminary guidance to the applicant, and to identify areas of concern or further study, so as to minimize delay, expense and inconvenience to the public, the applicant, and the Commission upon the future receipt, if any, of a formal application for subdivision. Neither the applicant nor the Commission shall be in any way bound by any statement made during such Preliminary Layout consideration, nor shall the statement of any Commission member be
deemed to be an indication of prejudgment or prejudice, it being acknowledged by the applicant that the Commissions responses, like the request itself, are preliminary and subject to further change and refinement. There shall be no vote or other formal action on request for Preliminary Layout consideration, other than referrals to other municipal, State or Federal agencies for review and comment if deemed advisable.