Supervisors OK first consideration for zoning change

The Webster County Board of Supervisors approved a first consideration to rezone a property in rural Webster County from mineral extraction classification to transitional agricultural classification.

The property, located at 2185 235th St., one mile east of the U.S. Highway 20 and U.S. Highway 169 intersection, is owned by Tina Kastendieck. The proposed zoning change would allow her to subdivide the 20-acre property into smaller parcels.

Webster County Planning and Zoning Administrator Jeff Johnson told the Board of Supervisors that at its June 14 meeting, the Planning and Zoning Commission voted unanimously to approve the rezoning request from Kastendieck.

Webster County Supervisor Keith Dencklau moved to approve the first consideration of the rezoning request and waive the second consideration. The motion carried unanimously. A third and final consideration will be on the July 19 Supervisors agenda.


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