Monday, August 21 2006
TIME: 7:00 p.m.
LOCATION: at the Town Hall
1. Call to order.
2. Discuss establishing an equipment replacement plan.
3. Discuss possible revisions/corrections to the Code of Ordinances.
Brenda A. Schneider
The Town Board of the Town of Taycheedah met for a workshop meeting on Monday, August 21st, 2006, at 7:00 p.m., at the Town Hall. Members present were Chairman Jerry Guelig, Supervisors Tim Simon, Mike Wirtz, John Abler and Jim Bertram, Clerk Brenda A. Schneider and Road Maintenance Supervisor Mike Sabel.
1. Call to order. Chairman Jerry Guelig called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.
2. Discuss establishing an equipment replacement plan. The Maintenance Supervisor and the Clerk will compile a replacement plan; which will project replacement. The plan will be reviewed at budget time.
3. Discuss possible revisions/corrections to the Code of Ordinances. The following revisions/corrections to the Code of Ordinances will be presented to the Plan Commission for their review and recommendation:
a. Section 13-1-24(f)(3)(a), Highway Setback Lines, reduce the private road setback from fifty (50) feet from right-of-way line but not less than seventy-five (75) feet from the center line of the road to thirty (30) feet from right-of-way but not less than sixty-three (63) feet from the center line of said road as shown on the instrument creating said road or road easement.
b. Section 13-1-42(d)(3), R-1 Single-Family Residential District with Public Sewer, increase the minimum public highway frontage from forty (40) feet to fifty (50) feet.
c. Section 13-1-48(b)(8), R-7 Lakeside Single-Family Residential District, add the following paragraph: Boathouses shall not extend waterward beyond the ordinary high water mark and shall be designed solely for boat storage and storage of related equipment. Boathouses shall be square or rectangular in shape. Boathouses shall be one story in height and may not exceed 15 feet to the peak of the roof. Sidewalls of the boathouses shall be one story in height and may not exceed 8 feet in height. At least one boat access door with a minimum width of seven feet shall be provided on the side of the boathouse towards the water, no patio style doors are allowed on a boathouse. Boathouses may not be established where the existing slope is greater than 20 percent. No boathouse may exceed 864 square feet using exterior sidewall dimensions on lakes over 600 acres. No more than one boathouse per conforming lot may be constructed. Indoor plumbing, decks and patios are prohibited on, in or adjacent to boathouses.
d. Section 13-1-140(a), Accessory Uses and Structures, delete the following sentence: An accessory use or structure in any zoning district shall not be established prior to the principal use or structure being present or under construction.
e. Section 13-1-140(c), Accessory Uses and Structures, exempt boathouses from the accessory structure/garage limitation.
f. Section 14-1-31(b), Submission of Preliminary Plat, Improvements, Plans and Specifications, delete the requirement to submit engineering reports, plans and specifications for the construction of any public improvements required by this Chapter, specifically addressing sewer and water service feasibility, drainage facilities and erosion control plans.
g. Section 14-1-31(c), Property Owners Association: Restrictive Covenants, delete the requirement of submission of legal instruments and rules for proposed property owners association and proposed deed restrictions or restrictive covenants with the preliminary plat.
h. Section 14-1-33(4), Final Plat Review and Approval, Filing Requirements, require the submission of twelve (12) complete sets of engineering reports, plans and specifications for the construction of any public improvements required by this Chapter, specifically addressing sewer service feasibility. The owner shall also file twelve (12) copies of the legal instruments and rules for proposed property owners associations, when the subdivider proposes that the common property within a subdivision would be either owned or maintained by such an organization of property owners or a subunit of the Town pursuant to Sec. 236.293, Wis. Stats., and proposed deed restrictions or restrictive covenants, shall be submitted at the time of filing the Preliminary Plat with the Town Clerk. (Note: Deed restrictions and restrictive covenants are private contractual agreements and are not enforceable by the Town.)
i. Section 14-1-84, Fees in Lieu of Land, delete the entire section.
j. Section 13-1-151(c), Yard Modifications, Cul-de-sac and Curve Restrictions, delete this subsection.
August 21st, 2006 Workshop Meeting 2.
k. Section 14-1-58, Storm Water Drainage Facilities, delete this section if recommended by Lynn Mathias.
l. Section 14-1-62, Erosion Control, delete this section if recommended by Lynn Mathias.
m. Section 14-1-63(b), Drainage Easements, delete this subsection if recommended by Lynn Mathias.
4. Adjournment. Jerry Guelig motioned to adjourn at 8:23 p.m., seconded by Mike Wirtz. Motion carried (5-0).
Brenda A. Schneider
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