Planning Commission Meeting Minutes 2012
 
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TOWN OF CLYMAN
PLAN COMMISSION MEETING – PUBLIC HEARING
DECEMBER 4, 2012 @ 7:00 pm

JAY KAUL, W5547 STATE ROAD 60, ALSO KNOWN AS TAX ID 012-1015-1321-000 & 012-1015-1324-000, IN THE NE ¼, NW ¼, SEC 13, IN THE TOWN OF CLYMAN, DODGE COUNTY, WISCONSIN.

The public hearing for was called to order at 7:12 pm by Chairman Pat Morrison. It was noted that an updated map was provided to the Plan Commission that is compliant with the Town’s zoning requirements. It was explained that the setbacks were compliant for a state highway by creating an extra box shape at the end of the drive. It was noted that there is a separate entrance for the field to the East of the property.

It was noted that letter were sent to adjoining land owners on behalf of the Plan Commission and none were present. Chair Pat Morrison asks for citizen comment and there was none.

Sandy/Chris made motion to close public hearing. Motion carried.

TOWN OF CLYMAN
PLAN COMMISSION MEETING
DECEMBER 4, 2012 @ IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING PUBLIC HEARING

Chairman Pat Morrison called the regular monthly meeting to order at 7:16 pm. The pledge of allegiance was recited.


JAY KAUL, W5547 STATE ROAD 60, ALSO KNOWN AS TAX ID 012-1015-1321-000 & 012-1015-1324-000, IN THE NE ¼, NW ¼, SEC 13, IN THE TOWN OF CLYMAN, DODGE COUNTY, WISCONSIN.

Sandy/Chris made motion that the land split meets the requirements per the Town of Clyman’s zoning 412(a) & (b) zoning requirements and the proposed split also meets the frontage requirements. Motion carried.


JAMES CLARY & ROBERT SEIFERT, N3469 STATE ROAD 26, ALSO KNOWN AS TAX ID# 012-1015-2041-001, IN THE NE ¼, SE ¼, OF SEC 20, CSM 3973 LOT 1, IN THE TOWN OF CLYMAN, DODGE COUNTY, WISCONSIN.

Jim explained he is applying for a Conditional Use Permit.

Pat/Sandy made motion to recommend a CUP to the town board for approval because it meets the requirements of Town Zoning Ordinance section 4.6.3(n) page 15, in that it is similar in character and intensity, … to other conditional and principal uses currently permitted in this district. Specifically the conditional uses listed in sections 4.6.2 (d), 4.6.3 (f), 4.6.3 (i), and 4.6.3 (m) page 14 & 15. Motion carried.



MARTIN & CHRISTINE SELL, W7370 HOGSBACK ROAD, ALSO KNOWN AS TAX ID# 012-1015-0643-001, LOCATED AT SW ¼, SE ¼, SEC 6, CSM 825, IN THE TOWN OF CLYMAN, DODGE COUNTY, WISCONSIN.

It was explained that parcel 4 is odd shaped only because there is woods on that parcel and while currently his son lives on that parcel in the event his son sells that property Marty’s intentions is to absorbed the woods back into the 80 acres to the East of that parcel.

There was question regarding the proposed driveway. It was explained all parcels will be utilizing the same driveway. Marty explained by creating a new driveway it was much safer for all the proposed parcels.

Pat explained that the proposed project meets the intent of Town Zoning Ordinances in that it preserves working farmland and is done in such a way as to preserve the rural character of the Township. However, the parcel being split from is not large enough to be split two more times per Section 4.12.1.a., and we have not divided parcels in this way before in the Township. It was noted that Marty does have two more development rights derived from the rest of the property he owns nearby in the Township. The Plan Commission discussed with Marty transferring his development rights from the surrounding farm land property to parcel under discussion and placing a restriction on the deed(s) of the remaining parcels to prevent development in the future. Marty was in agreement of transferring his splitting rights over to this proposed plan therefore the surrounding acres would always be working farm land.

Pat/Sandy made motion recommending with conditions, that the Town Board allowing the creation of two additional lots per Marty’s general plan at the current address of W7370 Hogsback Road because it meets the general intent of the zoning requirements, and the deed restriction will further protect currently productive farmland. The development rights would be transferred from the other parcels in the Township currently owned by Marty, and a restriction prohibiting further non-farm development will be placed on the deeds of said parcels. The Plan Commission also recommends that Lot 4 remain as proposed because it provides a buffer separating the adjacent lot of 80 acres, that the proposed driveway be approved essentially as submitted per the revised map because it is safer than the current driveway, and that the current driveway and the extra 125ft of road frontage be removed. Motion carried.

Sandy/Pat made motion to adjourn at 8:12 pm.


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