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<br /> Approval#A-956
<br /> Town of Hilton Head Island
<br /> One Town Center Court
<br /> Hilton Head Island, SC 29928
<br /> TREE APPROVAL
<br /> DATE: 13 November 2003
<br /> PROJECT NAME: New Hope Baptist Church
<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 13 November 2004 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 plans drawn by Andrews Engineering dated 11-4-02, last revised
<br /> 10-27-03, and includes all of the conditions required by this permit.
<br /> 3) PRIOR TO STAKEOUT INSPECTION, submit the following revisions:
<br /> a. The initial comments from Natural Resources requested that the applicant address areas
<br /> where trees are shown to be saved, but show significant fill and grading around the trees.
<br /> This has not been done. Plans must be revised to show no grading in the area of the front
<br /> buffer, the area to the left of the main entrance off of Spanish Wells Road,the area to the left
<br /> of the Church between building and parking and the area to the right of the Church where
<br /> parking meets drive.
<br /> b. Label the tree retaining wall at the 36 inch pine to show wing walls at 120 degrees to the
<br /> rear wall,not 30 degrees.
<br /> c. Replace concrete flume from parking to detention with a grassed swale.
<br /> 4) Stakeout inspection prior to clearing. Stake edges of all impervious surfaces and septic
<br /> field, as well as perimeter of detention pond and pathways of swales and all utilities. Tree
<br /> retaining wall at 36 inch pine or silt fence (not trenched in) must be installed for this
<br /> inspection. Flag trees to be removed in red.
<br /> 5) Since live oaks reach a very large mature size and have canopies that can spread well over
<br /> 50 feet, I recommend that the live oaks shown to be planted up against the Church be moved