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File #: 45006    Version: 1 Name: Temporary Land Use Permit - Request from 5830 Suffolk Road for access through Sherwood Forest Park for tree work on their property.
Type: Communication Status: Approved
File created: 11/1/2016 In control: BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS
On agenda: Final action: 11/16/2016
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Temporary Land Use Permit - Request from 5830 Suffolk Road for access through Sherwood Forest Park for tree work on their property.
Attachments: 1. Sherwood Forest Park- 5830 Suffolk Rd.pdf
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Temporary Land Use Permit - Request from 5830 Suffolk Road for access through Sherwood Forest Park for tree work on their property.


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The City of Madison Parks Division has received a request to allow Outdoor Arts, LLC (“Applicant”) to temporarily utilize a portion of City-owned Sherwood Forest Park, located at 1038 Friar Lane, (“Property”), for ingress and egress, and completion work for tree trimming or removal (“Tree Work”) for Mary Karau, 5830 Suffolk Rd.

The Applicant shall be required to comply with the terms of the Temporary Land Use Permit. The Draft terms and conditions include the following:


The Tree work must be completed between the hours of 7:00 am and 2:30 pm and may not span more than 4 days after the work has begun. The use of Sherwood Forest Park is acceptable for the specified date and time range only. Any other entry into the park constitutes trespass.

Permission to enter the park is contingent on the ground remaining frozen. Equipment must not enter the park after the ground thaws.

Only a wheeled skid steer or small vehicle and trailer shall be permitted to enter the southern edge of Sherwood Forest Park from the public sidewalk adjacent to 5830 Suffolk Rd. The equipment must exit the same way. Any damage to the public sidewalk caused by the Tree Work operations will be required to be repaired at the Applicant’s expense.

The Applicant is responsible for all clean up after the Tree Work is completed. If City resources are required for cleanup, the Applicant will be invoiced on a time and material basis for all costs incurred to the City.

Any damage to Sherwood Forest Park, to the turf or any other part of the park, will be repaired by City of Madison Parks Division staff and the cost shall be invoiced to the Applicant on a time and material basis for all costs incurred to the City.

The City of Madison does not have the authority to grant or extend any permission to enter the property to the west located at 1022 Hampshir...

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