Posted by mike_nahas Oct 05th 10:32 PM

For a demolition, the foundation or structure does not cover more than 10,000 square feet

This sentence covers when a demolition can use the limited site plan application. It says if the foundation is more than 10,000 sq. ft. then the applicant must apply for a full site plan. A 10,000 sq. ft. foundation seems like a strange cut-off. I would expect aspect that pose a danger to workers, like the height of the structure being demolished. I’d also expect aspect that pose a danger to nearby structures or people: like the nearness of other structures, the nearness of property boundaries, and the demolition methods being used. While the director has discretion of the decision, this seems like a strange reason for overruling the discretion.