Conditional uses and their accessory uses are considered as special uses which require approval and a public hearing.


The following shall be conditional uses according to these provisions:


(1) Utilities--and associated structures-- provided all principal structures and uses are not less than fifty (50) feet from any residential district lot line.


(2) Governmental and cultural uses.


(3) One-time disposal, except in "Flood Plain/Shoreland District," subject to receiving DNR permit.


(4) Unclassified or unspecified uses. To hear and grant applications for unclassified and unspecified uses provided that such uses are similar in character to the principal uses permitted in the district and the County Planning and Zoning Committee has made a review and recommendation.


(5) Public, private and parochial elementary and secondary schools and all churches.


(6) Clubs, fraternities, lodges, and meeting places of a noncommercial nature.


(7) Home occupations and professional offices.


(8) Model homes and accessory signs..


(9) Community Living Arrangements greater than 8 persons.


(10) Bed and Breakfasts.


(11) Manmade impoundments greater than one hundred (100) sq. ft. in area.


The following uses provided that they shall be of a noncommercial nature:


(12) Raising and keeping of stable animals and all other domestic livestock.


(13) Nurseries and orchards.


(14) Raising and keeping of dogs--not to include breeding or boarding.


(15) Raising and keeping of domestic fowl including gallinaceous birds.


(16) Smaller "hobby" animals such as rabbits, hares, etc.--not to include those animals of such size or character as to normally be considered big game, e.g. lions, tigers, bears, etc. and not to include fur-bearing animals, e.g. mink, chinchilla, etc. except rabbits.




(17) There shall be a minimum lot area of 2.5 acres to consider the raising and keeping of stable animals and domestic livestock.


(18) Where the application is for the raising and keeping of stable animals, or domestic livestock or for the development of orchards or nurseries, the applicant must reserve sufficient area for the relocation of the residential structure's drainfield. Such reserved area must be verified as suitable by a Certified Soil Tester, or by detailed soil maps. Furthermore, the reserved area must be safe-guarded from heavy traffic and shall be located so as to comply with the setback standards of Chapter ILHR 83 of the Wisconsin Administrative Code and the Winnebago County Sanitary Ordinance--both for existing and future structures.