Last October the Wisconsin Court of Appeals ruled that towns do not have the jurisdiction to zone shorelands in Wisconsin; the exclusive jurisdiction lies with counties. At least one town has asked its county to adopt stricter shoreland zoning rules within the boundaries of the county. The article from the Ashland Daily Press is here. Ashland County is in northern Wisconsin.
News from around Wisconsin: Town asks county for stricter shoreland zoning in town
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