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1992-25 Site Plan Terramar D-1 & D-2 RESOLUTION 92-25 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA FOR SITE PLAN APPROVAL FOR PARCEL 0-1 AND 0-2 OF TERRAMAR CONSISTING OF 126 UNITS; CASE NO. 02-SP-92. WHBRBAS, at a regular meeting of the City commission a Public Hearing was held to hear testimony and receive exhibits for and against the petition of Mecca Farm, Inc. requesting site plan approval for parcel 0-1 and 0-2 of the Terrama.rPlanned Unit Development for development of 126 single family units. WHBRBA8, the proposed site plan has been reviewed by the Planning and Zoning Board which voted 6-0 for approval with conditions; NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the City commission of the City of Parkland, Florida, that; The site plan for parcel 0-1 and 0-2 of Terramar is approved with the following conditions: 1. This approval is based on the site plan entitled Mecca Farms for Parkwood Homes for Terramar Parcels 0-1 and 0-2, Parkland, Florida prepared by R. Quinn Turner, Architect, and dated received July 30, 1992 by the Planning Department; containing pages SP-1 and SP-2. 2. Prior to issuance of land development permits\or building permits for the subject property, Parcels 0-1 and 0-2 shall be subdivided in accordance with applicable regulations and approved by the City commission as well as Broward County Commission. 3. Prior to issuance of further development orders, the 15 foot utility easement along the southern property line shall be vacated. 4. The petitioner shall provide a black vinyl 5 foot chain link fence along the western and southern property line prior to issuance of the first certificate of occupancy for the single family homes, and the Homeowners Association shall be responsible for the maintenance of the fence. RESOLUTION 92-25 PAGE 2 5. Prior to the development to the entranceway and walls, the petitioner, his assessors, or assignees shall receive site plan approval for landscaping and or a wall along NW 74th Place and along the eastern and southern property line. 6. The minimum finished floor shall be 18 inches above the crown of the road as required by applicable code. 7. The petitioner shall have drainage calculations provided to the City Engineer prior to issuance of any further development orders. 8. The recorded plat shall include 15 foot lake access easements for all lakes. No landscaping, fencing, or structure of any kind shall be allowed in the lake access easement. 9. The maximum height of the hedge and the height of the chain link fence backing up to the lakes in the interior of the development, shall not exceed a height of 4 feet. 10. Every single family unit with a pool shall include a screen enclosure or fence which shall completely enclose the pool area. 11. The landscaping plans shall provide an opaque buffer along the northern border. 12. Entranceway landscaping and signage shall be reviewed and approved by the City Commission. PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 23 DAY OF September , 1992. ~~~~ ,~._Q.~ SUSAN ARMSTRONG, C. . CITY CLERK