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Image: the updated playground at Blueberry Junction Park in Danbury.
From Sand Lake's Facebook page: The Town of Sand Lake Board unanimously passed an ordinance adopting interim zoning, effective tonight - for up to two years, to protect existing land uses while they reinstate a planning commission to update the maps and work towards comprehensive zoning. This is huge first step, our voice was heard and our representatives have given us a chance to participate in the process and determine what we want for our future in Sand Lake. Thank You to them and all of you!
Read the Ordinance here.
Based on the following, the Land Use & Info Committee (LUIC) unanimously denied Mr. Chelmo's CUP:
Last month's full county board vote for a campground moratorium directs the LUIC to create a sub-committee to review campground rules. Supervisors Conroy, Awe and Paden have been appointed to take a look under the hood.
See the article below for details.
March 3rd Burnett County Sentinel covered the March 2nd Land Use & Info Committee (LUIC) hearing where the Moratorium recommendation was passed.
The Washburn County zoning board passed Burnett County Supervisor's 200-unit CUP on Spooner Lake. See Spooner Advocate article above.
The Star Tribune featured an article about Burnett County. Read it here. Make sure to read the Comments, broke a record.
CUP 20-54 Webb Lake: we got creamed! The CUP was approved.
This article, about the second denial of the Bocan "campground" in the town of Sand Lake, appeared on Jan 13th.
CUP 20-58 Big Sand, Viola Lake: The Bocan CUP was DENIED by the Land Use & Information Committee.
Here's an article that appeared in the Burnett County Sentinel Jan 6th covering the Jan 5 LUIC hearing: the denial of the Nelson campground CUP and the tabling of the Webb Lake, Oak Ridge expansion.
CUP 20-47 Nelson "Campground" north of Danbury WAS DENIED by the Land Use & Information Committee. See the video here. Thank you everyone for your support!