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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

STATE OF WISCONSIN

SAWYER COUNTY

 

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to all persons that a PUBLIC HEARING will be held on Tuesday, January 16, 2007 at 7:00 PM in the Sawyer County Courthouse, 10610 Main, Hayward WI before the Sawyer County Board of Appeals relative to the following proposals:

 

PRELIMINARY MATTERS

 

1)                  Call to Order and Roll Call

2)                  Statement of Board and Hearing Procedure

3)                  Statement of Hearing Notice

 

VARIANCE APPLICATIONS

 

1)      Town of Bass Lake – Thomas L. Antell etal. Lots 14-20, Block 20, 2nd Addition Abendpost Beach Sub; S 31, T 40N, R 8W; Parcels -14.20.14-20.  Volume 798 Records page 98. 210/ x 100’ containing approximately 20,996 square feet. Property is zoned Residential/Recreational Two. Application is for the construction of four (4) small additions varying in size from approximately 6’6” x 8’ to 8’ x 10’ onto an existing dwelling with a new roof over the entire structure, with the dwelling being located 27’ to the centerline of Lincoln Street and 22’ to the rear lot line; all exceeding 50% of the current estimated fair market value of the dwelling.  Variance is requested as Section 4.21(3), Sawyer County Zoning Ordinance/Town of Bass Lake Ordinance #09-11-06 would require a minimum setback distance of 46’ to the centerline of Lincoln Street, Section 18.4(a) would require a minimum of 40’ setback to the rear lot line and Section 10.2 would restrict the cost of construction to not more than 50% of the current estimated fair market value of the dwelling. The Town Board has approved the application with additional comments.

 

2)       Town of Edgewater – Albert L. Jilek. Part of the SW ¼ NE ¼, S 20, T 37N, R 9W; Parcel 3.1.  WD Volume 265 Records page 393, Volume 478 Records page 349.  30.25 acres. Property is zoned Residential/Recreational One.  Application is for the installation of a driveway access onto State Highway 48 at a setback distance of 350’ to the nearest driveway.  Variance is requested as Section 4.23(1), Sawyer County Zoning Ordinance, would require a minimum setback distance of 500’ between driveways accessing this highway.  The Town Board has approved the application with additonal comments.

 

3)      Town of Hunter – Robert B. Bodett etux.  Unit #1, Johnson’s Resort Condominium; S 17, T 40N, R 6W; Parcel -8.1.  Doc #333915. 0.494 acres.  Property is zoned Residential/Recreational Two. Application is for the construction of a 10’ x 42’ addition onto an existing dwelling with a dwelling setback of 66’ to Lake Chippewa. The proposed addition will be located 76’ from the ordinary high-water mark of the lake and will result in a total dwelling footprint of 1660 square feet.  Variance is requested as Section 4.421(2)(b)(4), Sawyer County Zoning Ordinance, would restrict the total dwelling footprint of 1500 square feet. The Town Board has denied the application with additional comments.

 

4)      Town of Round Lake – John Minalt etux.  Part of Gov’t lot 2, S 9, T 41N, R 7W; Parcel :2.3.  WD #339195.  3 acres total. Property is zoned Residential/Recreational One. Application is for the construction of a 24’ x 24’ (26’ x 26’ with eaves) single story detached garage at a setback distance of 9’/13’ to an adjacent wetland area.  Variance is requested as Section 4.49(1), Sawyer County Zoning Ordinance, would require a minimum setback distance of 40’ to this wetland.  No decision received from the Town Board. 

 

NEW BUSINESS

        1) Hearing date for Johnson variance.

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

/s/Raymond Zubrod, Chairman

Sawyer County Board of Appeals

Sawyer County Zoning Administration

P.O. Box 676

Hayward, WI 54843

 

Copies: Board Members

                        Town Clerk

                        Town Chairman

                        Dave Kafura, Water Management Specialist – DNR

                        Thomas J. Duffy, Corporation Council

 

 

Published:         December 27, 2006

                        January 3, 2007