Sister Bay Plan Commission looking at Conditional Use Permits

A few potential developments in Sister Bay will fill the discussion at the Plan Commission meeting on Tuesday.  Village of Sister Bay Administrator Beau Bernhoft says proposed secondary dwelling units that are being pursued will require the village’s approval of a Conditional Use Permit.  He explains the process to move those projects forward.



Another Conditional Use Permit for a duplex and single-family home that is classified as residential condominiums in a B-1 business parcel is on the agenda.  The Sister Bay Plan Commission will also be reviewing the conditions imposed on the 18-unit Cove at Pebble Beach condominium development that has already gone through a public hearing.  Sister Bay's village board placed a moratorium on new transient lodging establishments in their three business districts last Tuesday.  Bernhoft noted that the moratorium allows the municipality to review the zoning code and make sure it falls in line with its strategic goals.  The Sister Bay Plan Commission meeting begins at 5:30 pm Tuesday. 

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