[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Woodruff 7-24-2000. Amendments noted where applicable.]
The Town of Woodruff is governed by the Oneida County Zoning and Shoreland Protection Ordinance.
The Woodruff Town Board had previously requested of the Oneida County Planning and Zoning Department and Committee that altered, reduced setbacks be allowed in the Business Zoned District in the Town of Woodruff that is also contained within the Lakeland Sanitary District.
The Oneida County Planning and Zoning Committee, on April 12, 2000, adopted the following motion by a unanimous vote: "To allow for a 'zero foot' front setback in the Business Zoned District within the Town of Woodruff that is also contained in the Lakeland Sanitary District along all highways - town, county, state and federal roads - as well as the 'zero foot' side yard or rear yard setback in the same area, with the exception that there will be a five-foot side yard or rear yard setback when the property abuts a property that contains a single-family and/or multifamily dwelling, and with the exception of the shoreland setbacks being maintained.
This Oneida County Planning and Zoning Committee action has now been made an official part of the Oneida County Zoning and Shoreland Protection Ordinance.
The Woodruff Town Board formally adopts this identical property setback wording indicated above in the form of an ordinance as previously requested and granted for the Town of Woodruff by Oneida County.
All signage within the zero setback areas of the Town of Woodruff Business Zoned District will be limited to conform to Oneida County standards of signs not greater than 64 square feet per face. Under no circumstances will the normally allowable two-hundred-fifty-square-foot signs within a zero setback district be allowed within the Town of Woodruff.
[Added 10-14-2008 by Res. No. 2008-07]
The following areas are not allowed for a zero foot setback: