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No.

2006AP450

offices as permitted uses and providing such things as

alcoholic beverages stores, bars as conditional uses).

automotive

service,

and

E.

The Town of

Rhine's

¶54

The

Town of

remaining arguments Rhine asserts that

there

are

permitted

uses in the B-2 District in that the landowners property without a conditional use permit, e.g.,

can use the "recreational

uses have always been allowed as incidental to

the rural nature

of

certain

types

of

property,

especially

in

relatively

in the newly

amended

ordinance

that these

The

version

of the

ordinance

governing

this

case,

however,

undeveloped areas as exist in the Town nowhere is that outlined in the ordinance

of Rhine." However, at issue. It is only allowances are made. 23

23

On April 5,

2006,

the Town of Rhine amended its own B-2

District District.

ordinance See

to

provide

Town

of

for

permitted

Rhine,

Wis.,

uses in the

B-2

Municipal

Code

§ 4.08(2)(b)1. and 2.

Subsection

(b) provides,

"Permitted

uses.

The

following

are

permitted

uses

in

the

B-2

District:"

4.05(2)(a),

except

that

no

structures

without first obtaining pursuant to Section 4.09.

a

conditional

1. Agriculture.

Those

uses permitted

in the

Agricultural

Land

Districts

pursuant to

Section

may

be

built

use

permit

2. Passive Outdoor recreational land uses areas, wildlife areas,

Recreation. Passive, such as arboretums, hiking trails, bicycle

outdoor, natural trails,

cross-country ski trails, horse trails, gardens, fishing and hunting areas, and land uses.

picnic areas, other similar

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