Business owner sues Chippewa Fire District over dome use

  • Source: Chippewa Herald
  • Published: 02/19/2019 10:46 AM

William Kleich, owner of Loopy’s Saloon and Grill in the ntown of Wheaton, has filed a lawsuit against the Chippewa Fire District in an effort to allow the volleyball dome at his facility to continue operating 240 days a year without seeking a new permit. Kleich filed the lawsuit in Chippewa County Court on Monday. It states that Kleich began mulling building an inflatable dome at his facility in 2007, but he learned that state code “limited a temporary use permit to a maximum of 180 days.” However, Kleich wanted the dome to be open from September to May each year, roughly 240 days. Kleich learned that the Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS) said a local fire agency could provide a variance on the 180-day limit.


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