<br /> Town of Hilton Head Island
<br /> One Town Center Court
<br /> Hilton Head Island, SC 29928
<br /> TREE APPROVAL
<br /> DATE: 25 May 2010
<br /> PROJECT NAME: Abbey Glen Subdivision
<br /> LOCATION: Spanish Wells Road
<br /> RECOMMENDATION _ Approval
<br /> _X_ Approval with Conditions
<br /> _ Disapproval
<br /> CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL/REASON FOR DISAPPROVAL:
<br /> 1) Pursuant to LMO Sections 16-3-409, this Tree Approval is subject to expiration. This Tree
<br /> Approval will expire on 25 May 2011 unless a complete development plan review
<br /> application [see Section 16-3-303] is submitted or, where development plan review is not
<br /> required,the approved activity is completed.
<br /> 2) This approval is based on a plat drawn by Thomas and Hutton, dated 5-3-10 for site layout
<br /> only; all grading, impervious surfaces, tree removal, and wet and dry utilities are as
<br /> approved for DPR070024 for Abbey Glen. Additional trees that were agreed to be saved at
<br /> the stakeout inspections must be saved for this approval regardless of their status on these
<br /> plans.
<br /> 3) Stakeout inspection prior to clearing. Stake edges of all impervious surfaces, as well as
<br /> perimeters of all lagoons and pathways of all utilities, both wet and dry. Erect silt fence and
<br /> tree protection fence for this inspection; silt fence cannot be used under the canopies of
<br /> specimen trees---used staked hay bales instead. Erect a double line of tree protection fence at
<br /> the edge of the canopies of all specimen trees; any clusters of trees to remain on site that are
<br /> not behind silt fencing must also have tree protection fence in place. Flag trees to be
<br /> removed in red. Because of the size of the project, it would be best to schedule the stakeout
<br /> inspection in phases. (Done for DPR week of 9-14-09)
<br /> 4) Pull the outfall structure for pond #3 out of the 20 foot OCRM buffer and allow overland
<br /> flow into the marshes of Old House Creek.
<br /> 5) The front entrance wall must be no closer than 10 feet from the trunks of the triple live oak
<br /> to the left of the entrance drive.