Planning and zoning staff to seek resolution to docking issue
Lake Minocqua Condo cited for permit non-compliance
BY KEVIN BONESKE
Complaints about the Lake Minocqua Condo’s docking setup this year and whether to amend, suspend or revoke the condominium association’s conditional use permits were discussed Wednesday during a public hearing conducted by Oneida County’s Planning and Development Committee.
County planning and zoning assistant director Pete Wegner went over drawings of piers and berth for the committee to show what would be permitted, what had been in existence this summer and a possible amended configuration.
Wegner noted a total of two piers and eight berths were allowed at that site with marina status granted in 2002 when four of those berthing spaces were to be available for public use with no overnight docking.
Wegner said the pier/berth configuration in place this summer did not comply with the permit requirements with one pier having the capacity of 17 berthing spaces. He noted citations totaling $3,520.10 have been issued.
Committee members agreed to have the planning and zoning staff meet with a representative of the condominium association to put together a pier/berth configuration for next year that would comply with the permit conditions.