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NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING FOR VARIANCE

NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING FOR VARIANCE APPEALS FROM THE ZONING ORDINANCE FOR ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MINNESOTA Notice is hereby given that the St. Louis County Board of Adjustment will conduct a hybrid virtual and in-person public hearing on Thursday, May 12, 2022, beginning at 10:30 AM, at the Government Services Center, 201 South 3rd Avenue West, Virginia, MN, regarding the following: 1. Town of Crane Lake, appeal for relief from St. Louis County Zoning Ordinance 62, Article III, Section 3.4, to allow a principal structure at a reduced shoreline setback where a minimum of 100 feet is required and Article IV, Section 4.3 D to allow a principal structure located between the shore impact zone and the required setback to exceed the maximum height where 25 feet is allowed. CIC Plat # 84, S26, T67N, R17W (Crane Lake). - 10:30 AM 2. Allan Hanson, appeal for relief from St. Louis County Zoning Ordinance 62, Article IV, Section 4.3, to allow an addition to a nonconforming principal structure located within the shoreline setback that decreases the existing shoreline setback and that exceeds the maximum allowable addition size of 400 square feet. Southernly 69.70 feet of Northerly 1115.20 feet of Govt Lot 3, S19, T54N, R12W (Pequaywan) AND Southerly 69.70 feet of Northerly 1184.90 feet of Govt Lot 3, S19, T54N, R12W (Pequaywan). - 11:00 AM 3. Benjaman Johnson, appeal for relief from St. Louis County Zoning Ordinance 62, Article VI, Section 6.2, to allow a second detached principal dwelling where only one is allowed. LOT 5 EX ELY 15 FT AND ALL OF LOT 6, HOLLISTER LAKESHORE LOTS, S9, T63N, R18W (Beatty). - 11:30 AM 4. James Eichholz, appeal for relief from St. Louis County Zoning Ordinance 62, Article III, Section 3.4, to allow a principal structure to be located at a reduced shoreline setback where a minimum of 100 feet is required. LOT 5 EX WLY 300 FT & EX PART BEG AT NE COR OF W 300 FT OF LOT 5 THENCE S86DEG23’08”E ALONG N LINE OF SAID LOT 494.73 FT TO NE COR OF W 794 FT OF SAID LOT THENCE S00DEG30’12”W ALONG E LINE OF SAID W 794 FT 1520 FT MORE OR LESS TO SHORELINE OF ELBOW LAKE THENCE WLY ALONG SAID SHORELINE 550 FT MORE OR LESS TO E LINE OF W 300 FT OF SAID LOT THENCE N00DEG30’12”E ALONG SAID E LINE 1445 FT MORE OR LESS TO PT OF BEG, S21, T64N, R18W (Beatty). - 12:00 PM 5. Ben Delich, appeal for relief from St. Louis County Zoning Ordinance 62, Article III, Section 3.4, to allow an accessory structure (garage) at a reduced shoreline setback where a minimum of 75 feet is required. EX PART BEG AT NE COR OF LOT THENCE S ALONG E LINE 125 FT TO PT THENCE DEFLECTING RT 90 DEG 15 FT TO A PT THENCE DEFLECTING RT 90 DEG 105 FT TO PT ON SHORELINE OF ELY LAKE THENCE NELY ALONG SAID SHORELINE TO PT OF BEG (aka Lot 9 Ely Lake Cottage Sites), S2, T57N, R17W (Fayal). - 12:30 PM ***This meeting will be open to the public. *** The meeting will be open to the public and live streamed via WebEx, giving the public the opportunity to watch and listen, and even speak to the Board of Adjustment. Please also have the option to listen to the meeting live via telephone. For more information on how to view or participate in the public hearing, please visit the county website at www.stlouiscountymn.gov/departments-a-z/planning-development/land-use If you have any questions, please contact Jenny Bourbonais, St. Louis County Land Use Manager, at bourbonaisj@stlouiscountymn.gov . Citizens can submit public comments relating to the public hearing using one of the following methods: 1. Preferred method: Email your comments to Jenny Bourbonais, St. Louis County Land Use Manager, at bourbonaisj@stlouiscountymn.gov. Emails must be received by noon on Monday, May 9, 2022, in order to be presented to the Board of Adjustment and viewed online. 2. Mail your comments to one of the St. Louis County Government Services addresses (located in Duluth or Virginia). Your comments must be received in the mail by Monday, May 9, 2022, in order to be presented to the Board of Adjustment and viewed online. 3. Provide testimony in person the day of the hearing. It is requested that you contact our office if you anticipate in-person attendance. 4. You will also have the opportunity to raise your “virtual hand” while utilizing the WebEx software during the public hearing. To learn more about WebEx, please visit www.webex.com. (April 27, 2022) 56732