14.03.060 Certified survey map review (minor land division).
(When it is proposed to divide land into at least 2 but not more than 4 parcels or building sites, inclusive of the original remnant parcel, any one of which is less than 35 acres in size, by a division or by successive divisions of any part of the original parcel within a 5-year period; or when it is proposed to divide a block, lot, or outlot within a recorded subdivision plat into at least 2 but not more than 4 parcels or building sites, inclusive of the remnant parcel, without changing the exterior boundaries of said block, lot, or outlot, the subdivider may divide by use of a certified survey map. Illustration No. 3 shows a flow chart of the review and approval process for a certified survey map. In accordance with Sections 236.02(12)(bm) and 236.34(1)(ar) of the Wisconsin Statutes and as defined in Section XI of this Ordinance, a certified survey map may also be used for dividing land into 6 or fewer parcels or lots, not including outlots, for land in a B-1, B-2, B-3, B-4, B-5, BP-1, B-94, M-1, or M-2 zoning district. Certified survey maps shall be prepared in accordance with Section VI of this Ordinance. In addition:
(a) A Pre-Application Consultation in accordance with Section 14.03-1 is required.
(b) The Subdivider shall file adequate copies of a certified survey map, together with the appropriate fee, and the letter of application with the County zoning administrator at least 30 days prior to the meeting of the County zoning committee at which first consideration is desired.
(c) The County Zoning Administrator shall, within 2 normal work days after filing, transmit adequate copies of the map and letter of application to the County zoning committee for review and comment. Two (2) copies of the certified survey map shall be transmitted to the applicable town clerk. The recommendations of the town board shall be transmitted to the County zoning administrator within 30 days from the date the map is transmitted to the town by the County zoning administrator.
(d) The County Zoning Administrator shall transmit two copies of the map to all affected County departments for their review and recommendations concerning matters within their jurisdiction. Their recommendations shall be transmitted to the County zoning administrator within 20 days from the date the map is transmitted by the County zoning administrator.
(e) The County Zoning Administrator shall transmit two copies of the map for review to the Wisconsin Department of Administration if the provisions of Section 236.34(1m)(em) apply, and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation if the provisions of Section 236.34(1m)(er) apply.
(f) The Map shall be reviewed by the County zoning committee and town for conformance with this Ordinance and all ordinances, laws, regulations, and the adopted town and County comprehensive plan or adopted plan components. [Code § 14.03-6, 2018.]