The Dunn County (Wis.) Planning and Zoning Board held a meeting earlier this week to discuss special waste landfills and safeguards. At the meeting, Dunn County residents, board members and county commissioners debated and agreed on the language in the drafts for the 15 amendments that were prepared by Kadrmas Lee & Jackson Planning Consultant Joel Quanbeck.
The 15 proposed amendments focus on zoning, definitions, standards and requirements for the development and operation of special waste landfills in Dunn County. The approved changes will be added to the drafts and revisited at the board’s next meeting in July.
The Dickinson Press has more information:
Special waste landfills and safeguards were the overriding question in two public hearings concerning proposed amendments to Dunn County land ordinances at the Dunn County Planning and Zoning Board meeting on Tuesday night.
Joel Quanbeck, a planning consultant from Kadrmas Lee & Jackson, led the discussion.
Dunn County residents, board members and county commissioners expressed their views, debated and agreed on language in the drafts for the amendments prepared by Quanbeck.