Adams County, WI
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Supervisors of Adams County 11-14-2006 by Ord. No. 58-2006. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Floodplain zoning — See Ch. 370.
Land division — See Ch. 382.
Shoreland, wetland and habitat protection — See Ch. 396.
Zoning — See Ch. 405.
This chapter is titled the "Adams County Comprehensive Plan Ordinance" for the purpose of adopting a comprehensive plan as outlined in § 66.1001, Wis. Stats.
The County adopted written procedures designed to foster public participation in every stage of the preparation of a comprehensive plan as required by § 66.1001, Wis. Stats.
The County opted to facilitate and participate in a multi-jurisdictional planning process and has been working with municipalities preparing local comprehensive plans.
The County appointed a Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee to guide the development of the County Comprehensive Plan, which recommended the plan to the Planning and Zoning Committee of the County.
On July 26, 2005, the County held an open house to inform the public of the County Comprehensive Plan and process.
On September 6, 2006, the Planning and Zoning Committee by a unanimous vote, recorded in its official minutes, has approved a resolution recommending to the County Board the adoption of the Adams County Comprehensive Plan, which contains all of the elements specified in § 66.1001, Wis. Stats.
On September 19, 2006, the County Board adopted Resolution 62-2006 which recommended adoption of the Adams County Comprehensive Plan.
A public hearing has been hereby held on this Comprehensive Plan, with notice in compliance with the requirements of § 66.1001, Wis. Stats.
The County Board, by the enactment of this ordinance, formally adopts the Adams County Comprehensive Plan document as presented this day.[1]
Editor's Note: The Comprehensive Plan is on file with the Planning and Zoning Department. Ordinance No. 25-2016, adopted 12-20-2016, adopted the Farmland Preservation Plan and made the Farmland Preservation Plan part of the Comprehensive Plan.