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New public notices published in the issue of June 26, 2020

ORDINANCE NO. 2020-01CITY OF INDEPENDENCEAN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER IX, SECTION 915, OF THE CITY CODE (REGULATION OF LAKE INDEPENDENCE SURFACE USE)THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDEPENDENCE, HENNEPIN COUNTY, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS:
SECTION 1. The Independence City Code, Chapter IX, Section 915 is hereby amended by adding the following underlined language and deleting the strikethrough language:
915.15. - Authority to regulate water surface use.
Pursuant to Minn. Stats. §§ 459.20, 471.59 and 86B.205, Independence has entered into a joint powers agreement with the city of Medina for the purpose of regulating the surface use of the body of water known as Lake Independence. This section shall be effective after adoption and publication and after adoption of a similar ordinance by Medina. This section shall remain in effect until repealed or until the joint powers agreement is terminated.
915.17. - Definitions.
Subd. 1. The terms used in this section related to boating, including “slow no-wake,” shall have the meanings given to them in Minn. Stats. § 86B.005.
Subd. 2. “Lake Independence” means that body of water located in section 24, township 118, range 24, Hennepin County, Minnesota and designated by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources as lake #27-176.
915.19. - Slow no-wake zone on Lake Independence.
Subd. 1. Slow no-wake at high water level. Whenever the waters of Lake Independence reach or exceed 9-S-+.8- 958.2 feet above sea level for a period of three consecutive days or more, as measured by the water level gauge set by the Minnesota department of natural resources on Lake Independence, the city administrator-clerk or designee, upon notifying the Hennepin county sheriff, shall establish a slow no-wake zone on those portions of the lake within Independence. No person shall operate a watercraft, including aircraft except during landings and take-offs, in excess of slow no-wake speed on the entire lake when the high water slow no-wake restrictions are in effect. Both the implementation and removal of these restrictions must be done in coordination with action by the city of Medina.
Subd. 2. Effective date of no-wake regulation. A slow no-wake restriction shall become effective upon the date specified by the city administrator-clerk and shall remain in effect until the water level for the lake has receded below 9-S-+.8- 958.2 feet above sea level for at least three consecutive days.
915.21. - Notification.
The city administrator-clerk shall notify the public of both the implementation and removal of the no-wake restriction by publishing a notice in the city’s official newspaper, posting the restriction at all public lake access points within the city prior to and during the time the restriction is in place, posting the restriction at city hall, and by such other means as the city administrator-clerk determines to be reasonable.
915.23. - Exemption.
Enforcement, resource management and emergency personnel, while in the performance of their official duties, are exempt from the provisions of this section.
915.25. - Penalties.
Any person convicted of violating this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be subject to a maximum fine or a maximum period of imprisonment, or both, as specified by Minn. Stats. § 609.03.
915.27. - Enforcement.
The Hennepin County sheriffs department and special deputies appointed and sworn by the sheriff have primary responsibility for enforcing the provisions of this section, but nothing herein shall preclude other licensed peace officers from enforcing this section.
SECTION 2. This ordinance shall be in force and effect after enactment and publication as required by law.
Adopted this 7th day of April 2020, by the Independence City Council.
/s/ Marvin D. Johnson
Marvin Johnson, Mayor
ATTEST:
Mark Kaltsas, City Administrator
Published in The Delano Herald Journal, June 26, 2020.
CITY OF DELANONOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Notice is hereby given that the Delano Planning Commission will hold a public hearing from 7:00 p.m. to 7:50 p.m. or as soon thereafter on Monday July 13, 2020 at the Delano City Hall, located at 234 2nd Street North, for the purpose of amending Chapter 4 Public Protection and General Licensing of the Delano City Code adding Section 406.01 Subdivision 24 Keeping of Chickens.
Notice is further given that any written or oral comments from citizens regarding the proposed zoning ordinance amendments will be heard at the public hearing. All interested persons are invited to attend the meeting and will be afforded the opportunity to speak on the applications during the public hearing.
Paula Bauman
Delano City Clerk
Published in the Delano Herald Journal, June 26, 2020.
CITY OF DELANONOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Notice is hereby given that the Delano Planning Commission will hold a public hearing at 8:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter on Monday, July 13 at the Delano City Hall, located at 234 2nd Street North, for the purpose of considering a development application from the City of Delano to consider a Planned unit development concept plan for the redevelopment of Delano Granite Works changing the land use from industrial to high density multiple family apartments for property in Delano Minnesota legally described as follows.
Legal Description: PID N0s.
107-028-002-040 107-500-111-201
107-023-000-010 107-023-000-040
107-023-000-010 107-129-000-010 107-023-000-350 107-026-000-050
107-046-000-010 107-500-111-200 107-022-008-030 107-500-111-312
107-022-016-170
Notice is further given that any written or oral comments from citizens regarding the proposed zoning ordinance amendments will be heard at the public hearing. All interested persons are invited to attend the meeting and will be afforded the opportunity to speak on the applications during the public hearing.
Paula Bauman
Delano City Clerk
Published in the Delano Herald Journal, June 26, 2020.