A motion was made by RATCLIFF, seconded by MCGINNITY, that the Conditional
Use Permit be approved, finding that the proposal meets the standards for
obtaining a CUP with the conditions as noted in the staff report. The motion
carried by the following vote: 5-0.
Standard Conditions for all Conditional Use Permits
1. The physical development and operation of the conditional use must conform,
in all respects, to the approved site plan, operational plan and phasing plan.
2. New and existing buildings proposed to house a conditional use must be
constructed and maintained to meet the current requirements of the applicable
sections of the Wisconsin Commercial Building Code or Uniform Dwelling Code.
3. The applicant shall apply for, receive and maintain all other legally required
and applicable local, county, state and federal permits. Copies of approved
permits or other evidence of compliance will be provided to the zoning
administrator upon request.
4. Any ongoing business operation must obtain and continue to meet all legally
required and applicable local, county, state and federal licensing requirements.
Copies of approved licenses or other evidence of compliance will be provided to
the zoning administrator upon request.
5. Existing onsite wastewater sewage disposal systems, if any, serving the
conditional use must be inspected by a licensed plumber to determine its
suitability for the proposed or expanded use. Deficient systems must be brought,
at the owner’s expense, into full compliance with the current requirements for
new development of the state plumbing code and Chapter 46, Dane County
6. All vehicles and equipment must access the site only at approved locations
identified in the site plan and operations plan.
7. Off-street parking must be provided, consistent with s. 10.102(8). Since the
number of patrons has not been identified, if parking capacity becomes an issue
this CUP may be reviewed and possibly revoked.
8. If the Dane County Highway, Transportation and Public Works Department or
the town engineer determine that road intersection improvements are necessary
to safely accommodate the conditional use, the cost of such improvements shall
be borne by the landowner. Costs borne by the landowner shall be proportional
to the incremental increase in traffic associated with the proposed conditional
9. The Zoning Administrator or designee may enter the premises of the operation
in order to inspect those premises and to ascertain compliance with these
conditions or to investigate an alleged violation. Zoning staff conducting
inspections or investigations will comply with any applicable workplace safety
rules or standards for the site.
10. The owner must post, in a prominent public place and in a form approved by
the zoning administrator, a placard with the approved Conditional Use Permit
number, the nature of the operation, name and contact information for the
operator, and contact information for the Dane County Zoning Division.
11. The owner or operator must keep a copy of the conditional use permit,
including the list of all conditions, on the site, available for inspection to the
public during business hours.
12. Failure to comply with any imposed conditions, or to pay reasonable county
costs of investigation or enforcement of sustained violations, may be grounds for
revocation of the conditional use permit. The holder of a conditional use permit
shall be given a reasonable opportunity to correct any violations prior to