SAWYER COUNTY ZONING COMMITTEE
February 19, 2010
1) Call to Order and Roll Call
2) Statement of Committee and Hearing Procedure
3) Statement of Hearing Notice
1) Town of Hayward – David W. Anderson. Part of Gov’t lot 4, S35, T 41N, R 8W; Part of Parcel 5401 (:4.1.) Volume 556 Records page 188. Approximately 19.50 acres to be rezoned out of the total 27.16 acres. Change from District Agricultural Two to District Residential/Recreational One. (Approximately 7.66 acres is already zoned Residential/Recreational One). Purpose of request is to create lots to sell to the owners of small lots on the east side of Haskins Road. This application has been tabled from the December Public Hearing to allow the Town of Hayward time to review/revise their comprehensive plan regarding this request. The Town of Hayward has approved the application with comments and restrictions.
Findings of Fact:
CONDITIONAL USE APPLICATIONS
SPECIAL USE APPLICATIONS
Those applications that may be submitted for approval
1) Request for extension of CUP on Summit Lake Game Farm - Bill Johnson
2) Request by Sawyer County Lakes Forum to add language to Section 4.411 of the Sawyer County Zoning Ordinance to require a Conditional Use Permit.
3) Review and discussion on proposed cell tower ordinance
4) Review and discussion on proposed permitting process for short term vacation rental homes.
5) Review and discussion on cluster development
6) Delinquent non-metallic mining fees
7) Out of County Travel
a) Jay to Eau Claire for continuing education for POWTS;
b) Eric to Shell Lake for continuing education seminar – both in March
8) Monthly vouchers
9) Purchase of department printer
10) 2009 department summary
11) Selection of student intern for Nelson Lake Septic System Survey
12) Review of revised job descriptions and department structure
13) Department head performance evaluation
Closed Session pursuant to Section 19.85(1)(c), Wisconsin State Statutes for the purpose of discussing Department Head Performance Evaluation, and compensation, performance and qualifications of staffing levels as related to union positions.