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Crow Wing County seeks public comment on land use ordinance revisions

The Crow Wing County Land Services Department is requesting public comment on proposed revisions to the county Land Use Ordinance. The ordinance revisions can be viewed on the county website at www.crowwing.us by clicking on the "CWC Listens" but...

The Crow Wing County Land Services Department is requesting public comment on proposed revisions to the county Land Use Ordinance.

The ordinance revisions can be viewed on the county website at www.crowwing.us by clicking on the “CWC Listens” button on the home page. Written comments on the proposed changes will be accepted until Feb. 14 and may be submitted to the Environmental Services Office at environmental.services@crowwing.us or mailed to 322 Laurel St., Suite 14, Brainerd, MN 56401.

A public hearing for the review of the proposed revisions to the land use ordinance is set for 5 p.m. on March 20 before the Planning Commission. The meeting will be held in the County Board Room on the third floor of the Historic Courthouse at 326 Laurel St., Brainerd, MN 56401.

The Planning Commission will make a recommendation on the proposed ordinance revisions to the county board for final review at the April 8 meeting.

There are two articles in the Land Use Ordinance that are being revised: Article 5, Nonconformities; and Article 7, Conditional Use Permits.

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