different than a permitted use.
conditional use, See S. Mark White,
however, is Classifying
and Defining Regulations,
Uses and Building Forms: Land-Use
While a permitted use is not provide that certainty
as of right, a with respect to
land use. uses that which the
uses are for as desirable
those particular or necessary but
State ex rel. Skelly Oil Delafield, 58 Wis. 2d 695, supra, § 21.06 (discussing permit requirements).
701, 207 N.W.2d
City of 3 Young, special
¶21 A conditional use permit allows a property owner "to put his property to a use which the ordinance expressly permits
when certain conditions [or Oil Co., 58 Wis. 2d at 701.
standards] have been met." Skelly The degree of specificity of these
8 In Anderson's American Law of Zoning, permit' and 'exception' are not terms of art. consistently [in Anderson's American Law of
"the term 'special They will be used Zoning], but the
ordinances employ in addition to these terms,
'special exception,' 'special use,' combinations of descriptive words."
and a 2 Young
'conditional use,' variety of other supra, § 9.17, at
(5th ed. uses).
Law § 6.54 conditional