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The pre-application meeting is intended to provide guidance and respond to questions that an applicant may have prior to submitting an application for any of the review processes in the Community Development Services Department. Please allow at least seven days for your meeting date after application submittal.
Pre-application meetings are required for site plan submittals. For site plan pre-application meetings only, the fee is credited to your site plan application amount.
Pre-Application meetings are intended to provide guidance to applicants about City Codes and Regulations as they exist at the time. Any information provided as part of a Pre-Application meeting is only good for as long as the applicable codes and regulations are in place, and as such are subject to change.
Please submit all items below to firstname.lastname@example.org
• Cover Letter - Describe existing and proposed use of site and existing buildings.
Describe proposed new construction or activity, demolition, site history, use of hazardous materials, or anything unusual or significant about the operations
• Proposed Site Plan (or Sketch) - Include as much detail as possible. Site features may include: buildings, parking spaces, driveways, property lines, fences, streets, curbs, and sidewalks, trash enclosures, landscaping and natural features, and any existing or proposed signage
• Photographs and/or Elevations (if applicable) - Front, rear, and side views of existing buildings. Front, rear, and side views of any proposed buildings or improvements, if applicable. Include aerial photographs if available
• Conceptual Floor Plans (if applicable) - Label rooms with the use, dimensions of all spaces, if applicable.
I hereby certify that I have read this application and that the information supplied herein is true and correct to the best of my knowledge. I agree to comply with the current City Codes and Ordinances and County, State and Federal laws regarding land development. I am the property owner, or authorized agent, of the subject property that this petition applies to.
I understand and agree to the cost recovery requirements in Chapter 59 of Longwood City Code and as described on this application.
By checking the "I agree" box below, you agree and acknowledge that 1) your application will not be signed in the sense of a traditional paper document, 2) by signing in this alternate manner, you authorize your electronic signature to be valid and binding upon you to the same force and effect as a handwritten signature, and 3) you may still be required to provide a traditional signature at a later date.
By signing this application, the applicant understands and agrees that, pursuant to Longwood City Code Chapter 59, all direct costs, expenses and fees incurred by the city relating directly to the review, processing, inspection, or regulation of an application, including but not limited to the time of city consultants, as well as those relating directly to advertising, surveying, legal and engineering for an application or project shall be assessed to the applicant and reimbursed to the City.
For projects in the Historic District, the department may seek the input of a licensed architect with specialization in historic structures to evaluate submittals, the cost of which would be the responsibility of the applicant.
To cover these costs, many applications require a review retainer. The review retainer will be held during the course of review, and returned to the applicant once project review has been completed or the application has been formally withdrawn and after all outstanding invoices are paid. The review retainer is not to be used to pay invoices during the course of review, those will be sent separately to the applicant.
Full payment of all fees is a requirement for City’s final approval of the Application. Following the approval of a permit and the payment of all required fees, or following a written letter from the applicant requesting the application be withdrawn and voided, any remaining balance will be refunded to the applicant, typically within 60 days.”
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