AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 5: RELATING TO BUOYS AND ACCESS TO NAVIGABLE WATERS, DOCKS AND STRUCTURES.
THE WHITE BEAR LAKE CONSERVATION DISTRICT BOARD DOES ORDAIN:
Section 1, Section 3.01,Subdivision 1.a. of Ordinance No. 5 is amended to read as follows:
Subd. 1.a. No dock, buoy, mooring, or other structure shall be so located as to: (1) obstruct navigable waters, (2) obstruct reasonable use or access to any other dock, buoy, mooring or other structure authorized under this ordinance, (3) present a potential safety hazard, or (4) come within ten feet of any other structure. No dock, buoy, mooring area or other structure shall be located or designed so that it unreasonably or unnecessarily requires or tends to encourage using it to encroach on any other authorized dock use area.
Section 3. Section 3.01, subdivision 1.b. of Ordinance
No. 5 is amended to read as follows:
Subd. 1.b. A dock, buoy, mooring or other structure is authorized in an authorized dock use area if it complies with subdivision 1.a. of this section or if it is permitted by a variance granted by the Board under Part VII of this ordinance. After public hearing, the Board by resolution shall be authorized to define explicitly the extent of the Authorized Dock Use Area, maximum dock length or side set in requirements. However, the maximum distance of intrusion into the Lake for any ADUA shall not exceed 300 feet. The Authorized Dock use Area for a multiple user dock and mooring area shall be defined as part of the license from the Board.
ADOPTED THIS 28TH DAY OF MARCH 1995
Chairman, Phil Bonin
Secretary, George St. Germain
The foregoing is a retype of the original Ordinance #12 on file in the District office. Retyped for the purpose of improving readability. To be reviewed by Lake Utilization Committee and Board '99-'00.