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Planning Commission meetings are held on the first Monday of each month, starting at 7:00 p.m. in the Municipal Building W9641 State Road 96, Dale, WI 54931, provided there are agenda items.

The Planning Commission reviews and makes recommendations for all land divisions such as Certified Survey Maps (CSM) and Plats. If you have questions on dividing your land the Planning Commission recommends that you call to be added to an agenda and present your ideas before beginning work with a surveyor.

Final reviews for CSM and Plats require maps, applicable fees and paperwork be submitted 10 days prior to the meeting. Please contact the Town Clerk at 920-779-4609 if you would like to be added to the agenda.

RECENT MEETING MINUTES

PLANNING COMMISSION

TOWN OF DALE

MAY 4, 2020

 

 

Chairperson Wunderlich called the meeting to order at 7:00p.m. with Darnel Laabs, Chad Degal, Marilyn Dragosh, Sandy Gadamus, Leroy Lauer, Tom Muza, Jenny DeZeeuw and residents with items on the agenda present.

 

Marilyn Dragosh made a motion to approve minutes for the March 2, 2020 meeting, seconded by Sandy Gadamus, motion carried.

 

Darwin Selle is selling the Sturn’s three acres to attach to their existing neighboring parcel.  The Selle’s new parcel will be 2.4 acres.  Darnel Laabs made a motion to approve a certified survey map for Darwin Selle, seconded by Leroy Lauer, motion carried.

 

Chairperson Wunderlich made a motion to approve a rezoning request for Jenny DeZeeuw, seconded by Chad Degal motion carried.   Chairperson Wunderlich noted that there are many businesses similar in the Town that did not go through the formal request process and they have not had any complaints or problems with people running such businesses.  The request was made to Outagamie County to rezone parcel #060132400 from residential single family to general agriculture.  A video conference was held in April with Outagamie Zoning Administrator’s Kara Homen and Steve Swanson, Chairperson Wunderlich and Jenny DeZeeuw.  Ms. Homen was in favor of the rezone for multiple reasons.  There are large areas of general agriculture surrounding the subdivision and it fits in the Future Land Use Map.  A public hearing was also held for a special exception in November, 2019. 

 

The next meeting is scheduled for June 1, 2020 provided there are items on the agenda.

 

Chairperson Wunderlich made a motion to adjourn, seconded by Darnel Laabs, motion carried.

 

These minutes are subject to final approval.

 

Jenny DeZeeuw

Clerk