Wisconsin Court of Appeals
Municipalities — land-disturbing construction permits
Pursuant to a court order, the Town of Raymond remediated alterations Raymond and Mary Jane Vogt made to a drainage ditch on their property without a permit. The Vogts challenge the trial court’s finding that, under a Town ordinance, their work was a “land-disturbing construction activity” that required a permit. They appeal the order that they pay the Town nearly $62,000 in expenses, costs, daily forfeitures, and surcharges. We affirm. This opinion will not be published.
2013AP1056 Town of Raymond v. Vogt
Dist II, Racine County, Constantine, J., Per Curiam
Attorneys: For Appellant: Jensen, Jeffrey W., Milwaukee; For Respondent: Anderson, R. Valjon, Waukesha; Aquavia, Julie A., Waukesha