ORDINANCE NO. 98
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 38A
CITY OF NEW GERMANY ZONING ORDINANCE
The City Council of the City of New Germany ordains as follows:
SECTION I. CHAPTER 3 DEFINITIONS is hereby amended by inserting, alphabetically, the following definitions as follows:
Boathouse: An uninhabited accessory structure designed and used solely for the storage of boats, water recreation vehicles or boating and water recreation equipment, and associated with a single family residential home with lakeshore frontage.
Boathouse: A boathouse designed for communal use by property owners residing in residential subdivisions designed as a planned development; and excluding any commercial or retail activities.
SECTION II. CHAPTER 4 ZONING DISTRICTS is hereby amended by rewording item i under Subd. 2 Scope of Regulations, subpart A. R-1 Single-Family Residential District, subpart 2. Permitted Uses, as follows:
i. Private swimming pools, and tennis courts and boathouses intended solely for the use and enjoyment of the residents of the permitted use and their guests.
SECTION III. CHAPTER 4 ZONING DISTRICTS is hereby amended by adding item e under Subd. 2 Scope of Regulations, subpart A. R-1 Single-Family Residential District, subpart 3 Conditional Uses, as follows:
e. Community boathouses provided the following conditions are met:
1.) No retail or commercial activity may occur on the premises.
2.) If bathrooms or kitchen facilities are constructed within the building, the building shall be connected to the public sanitary sewer and water system.
3.) Sufficient parking shall be provided based on estimated usage of the facility.
4.) Storage or use of the community boathouse by persons not residing within the planned residential community shall be prohibited.
(Note: The stricken language is deleted; underlined language is inserted.)
SECTION IV. Ordinance No. 98 was adopted September 7, 2010 and shall become effective upon publication in the official newspaper.
/s/ C. Pete Pederson, Mayor
/s/ Joan Guthmiller, City Clerk
Published in the Herald Journal Sept. 13, 2010.