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WNAXLP (ADP Jan. 11, 18, 2022) BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT PUBLIC HEARING JANUARY 27, 2022 COUNTY BOARD ROOM, BAYFIELD COUNTY COURTHOUSE WASHBURN, WISCONSIN There will be a public hearing to take evidence in each case followed by a public meeting to make a decision in the preceding case. Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held on Thursday, January 27, 2022, at 9:00 a.m. in the County Board Room of the Bayfield County Courthouse, Washburn Wisconsin relative to the following item(s): Case # 22-01B Barbara Kernan (Rev Trust) is requesting a variance from the terms of Section 13-1-22 (a)(1) and 13-1-22 (b), Row 2, Column 2. of the Bayfield County Zoning Ordinance. Section 13-1-22(a)(1) states: [Setbacks.] Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, setbacks for structures on shoreland lots shall be 75 feet from the ordinary high-water mark. Section 13-1-22(b), Row 2, Column 2 states: Highway Setbacks. Class of Highway Setback from Centerline Setback from Right of Way Line State & Federal 110’ 50’ whichever is greater County 75’ 42’ whichever is greater Town 63’ 30’ whichever is greater Applicant(s) seeks to construct: A (2-Story) Residence (44.4’ x 23.2’); Patio #1 (5’ x 8’); Covered Entry Porch (7.2’ x 4.9’); Patio #2 (5’ x 8’); Screen Porch (20’ x 10’); = 1,387.5 sq. ft. footprint) at a Height of 35’. Applicant seeks a reduced setback of 35 ft (foundation) / 32 ft (with eaves) from the ordinary high-water mark of Twin Bear Lake instead of the required 75 ft.; and 10 ft (foundation) / 7 ft (with eaves) from the right-of-way of County Hwy H instead of the required 42’ Property is a Substandard Lot in an (R-1) zoning district and located in a shoreland zone. Property consists of a 0.23-acre parcel (ID# 13359), described as a parcel in the NW ¼ of the NE ¼ in Doc #2020R-584534, Section 4, Township 46 N, Range 8 W, Town of Delta, Bayfield County, WI. Metes and Bounds descriptions available on Quit Claim Deed. Case # 22-02B Barbara Kernan (Rev Trust) is requesting a variance from the terms of Section 13-1-22 (a)(1) and 13-1-22 (b), Row 2, Column 2. of the Bayfield County Zoning Ordinance. Section 13-1-22(a)(1) states: [Setbacks.] Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, setbacks for structures on shoreland lots shall be 75 feet from the ordinary high-water mark. Section 13-1-22(b), Row 2, Column 2 states: Class of Highway Setback from Centerline Setback from Right of Way Line State & Federal 110’ 50’ whichever is greater County 75’ 42’ whichever is greater Town 63’ 30’ whichever is greater Applicant(s) seeks to construct: A (1-Story) Garage (17.8’ x 22’); = 375 sq. ft. footprint) at a Height of 25’9” and Retaining Wall (45’) Applicant seeks a reduced setback of 35 ft (foundation) / 34 ft (with eaves) from the ordinary high-water mark of Twin Bear Lake instead of the required 75 ft.; and 10 ft from the right-of-way of County Hwy H instead of the required 42’. Property is a Substandard Lot in an (R-1) zoning district and located in a shoreland zone. Property consists of a 0.23-acre parcel (ID# 13359), described as a parcel in the NW ¼ of the NE ¼ in Doc #2020R-584534, Section 4, Township 46 N, Range 8 W, Town of Delta, Bayfield County, WI. Metes and Bounds descriptions available on Quit Claim Deed. Status Report: Discussion of any court decisions for cases under review since the last meeting of the Board. (i.e. NA) The Board of Adjustment agenda shall be as follows: 9:00 a.m. Call to Order Review of materials contained in files of the above cases Acceptance of oral or written testimony from interested parties Any person wishing to attend who, because of a disability, requires special accommodations, should contact the Planning and Zoning office at 373-6138, at least 24 hours before the scheduled meeting time, so appropriate arrangements can be made. KIMBERLY STURM, CHAIR, BAYFIELD COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT Upon the completion of the public hearings, notice is served that the Board of Adjustment pursuant to Sec.19.85 (1) (g) may go into closed session to confer with legal counsel for the Board who is rendering oral or written advice concerning strategy to be adopted by the Board with respect to litigation in which it is or is likely to become involved. Note: Any person aggrieved by any decision of the Board of Adjustment, or a taxpayer, or any officer, department, board or bureau of the municipality, may within 30 days after the filing of the decision in the office of the board, commence an action seeking the remedy available by writ of certiorari. Ashland Daily Press

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