|(a) The application shall be submitted prior to the public meeting. The owner shall be required to comply with the design, construction, and operating procedures proposed in the application. (b) The owner is responsible for providing the executive director data of sufficient completeness, accuracy, and clarity to provide assurance that operation of the facility will pose no reasonable probability of adverse effects to the health, welfare, or physical property of residents and occupants of the structures, and the environment. Failure to provide complete information as required by this subchapter may be cause for the executive director to return the application without further action. Submission of false information shall constitute grounds for denial or revocation of the development permit. The owner is responsible for determining and reporting to the executive director any site-specific conditions that require special design considerations. The proposed development shall be in compliance with all applicable state and federal laws. (c) The owner shall submit an application following the requirements in §330.57(e) - (h) of this title (relating to Permit and Registration Applications for Municipal Solid Waste Facilities). (d) The maps submitted as a group shall show the following: (1) the prevailing wind direction with a wind rose; (2) all known water wells within 500 feet of the proposed development permit boundary. The state well-numbering system designation for Texas Water Development Board "Located Wells," where applicable, shall be shown; (3) area streams, ponds, lakes, and wetlands; (4) the property boundary of the site; (5) drainage, pipeline, and utility easements within or adjacent to the site; and (6) schools, licensed day care facilities, hospitals and other health care facilities within 1,000 feet of the boundaries of the known fill area.