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STOCKHOLM TOWNSHIP
Parking Ordinance
(Wright County - Land Usage and Zoning)
§ 155.081 PARKING.
(A) Surfacing and drainage. Off-street parking areas shall be improved with a durable and dustless surface which may include an aggregate material or similar treatment. Such areas shall be so graded and drained as to dispose of all surface water without damage to adjoining property. These requirements shall also apply to open sales lots. The Planning Commission may require the use of asphalt, concrete or other aggregate material as part of a conditional use permit.
(B) Location. All accessory off-street parking facilities required herein shall be located as follows:
(1) Spaces accessory to one- and two-family dwellings on the same lot as the principal use served;
(2) Spaces accessory to multiple-family dwellings on the same lot as the principal use served or within 200 feet of the main entrance to the principal building served;
(3) Spaces accessory to uses located in a business, within 800 feet of a main entrance to the principal building served;
(4) There shall be no off-street parking space within five feet of any street right-of-way; and
(5) No off-street open parking area containing more than four parking spaces shall be located closer than five feet from an adjacent lot zoned or used for residential purposes.
(C) General provisions.
(1) General. Access drives may be placed adjacent to property lines; except that, drives consisting of crushed rock or other non-finished surfacing shall be no closer than one foot to any side or rear lot line.
(2) Parking spaces. Each parking space shall not be less than nine feet wide and 20 feet in length exclusive of an adequately designed system of access drives.
(3) Control of off-street parking facilities. When required accessory off-street parking facilities are provided elsewhere than on the lot in which the principal use served is located, they shall be in the same ownership or control, either by deed or long-term lease, as the property occupied by such principal use, and the owner of the principal use shall file a recordable document with the county requiring the owner and his or her heirs and assigns to maintain the required number of off-street spaces during the existence of said principal use.
(4) Use of parking area. Required off-street parking space in any district shall not be utilized for open storage of goods or for the storage of vehicles which are inoperable or for sale or for rent.
(D) Design and maintenance of off-street parking areas.
(1) General. Parking areas shall be designed so as to provide adequate means of access to a public alley or street. Such driveway access shall not exceed 22 feet in width and shall be so located as to cause the least interference with traffic movement.
(2) Signs. No signs shall be located in any parking area, except as necessary for orderly operation of traffic movement and such signs shall not be a part of the permitted advertising space.
(3) Curbing and landscaping. All open off-street parking areas designed to have head-in parking along the property line shall provide a bumper curb not less than three feet from the side property line or a guard of normal bumper height not less than one foot from the side property line. When said area is for six spaces or more, a curb or fence not over five feet in height shall be erected along the front yard setback line and grass or planting shall occupy the space between the sidewalk and curb or fence.
(4) Parking space for six or more cars. When required off-street parking space for six cars or more is located adjacent to a Residential District, a fence of adequate design, not over five feet in height, nor less than four feet in height, shall be erected along the Residential District property line.
(5) Maintenance of off-street parking space. It shall be the joint and several responsibility of the operator and owner of the principal use, uses and/or building to maintain, in a neat and adequate manner, the parking space, access ways, landscaping and required fences.
(6) Determination of areas. A parking space shall not be less than 300 square feet per vehicle of standing and maneuvering area.
Published in the Enterprise Dispatch Jan. 24, 2020.

MEEKER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
SEATED AS THE PUBLIC DRAINAGE AUTHORITY FOR MEEKER COUNTY
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Meeker County Board of Commissioners, seated as the public drainage authority for Meeker County under Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 103E, will hold a public hearing on the proposed revisions to the Meeker County Drainage Policy for Meeker County Public Drainage System Operation, Maintenance, and Repairs (formerly known as the Meeker County Drainage Repair Policy or “Drainage Policy”), on February 4, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. in the Commissioners Board Room on Level 4 of the Meeker County Courthouse, 325 North Sibley Avenue, Litchfield, MN 55355.
The purpose of the hearing is to review and take comment on the proposed changes to the Drainage Policy. The Drainage Policy supplements Minnesota Statutes Chapter 103E in the operation, maintenance, and repair of public drainage systems under the jurisdiction of Meeker County. A copy of the draft Drainage Policy is available on the county web site at www.co.meeker.mn.us, Auditor tab, Ditches, or by requesting a copy from the Meeker County Auditor, Barbara Loch, 325 Sibley Avenue N, Courthouse, Level 3, Litchfield, MN 55355. Any party affected by public drainage systems under the jurisdiction of Meeker County may appear at the public hearing and provide comments on the proposed Drainage Policy.
/s/ Barbara Loch,
Meeker County Auditor
Published in the Enterprise Dispatch Jan. 24, 2020.

UNOFFICIAL SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES
I.S.D. #466, BOARD OF EDUCATION
6:00 PM REGULAR BOARD MEETING, NOVEMBER 25, 2019
DASSEL-COKATO BOARD ROOM
In partnership with our communities and families, we will educate and inspire all learners to maximize their potential, promote lifelong learning, and become contributing members of society.
Pursuant to due call and notice thereof, a regular meeting of the Board of Education of Independent School District No. 466 (Dassel-Cokato, Minnesota) was duly held in the Dassel-Cokato Board Room, Cokato, Minnesota, on Monday, November 25, 2019.
Aho called the meeting to order at 6:00 PM.
The following members were present: Aho, Sangren, Engh, Grochow and Bender. The following were absent: Nelson.
The meeting began with the pledge of allegiance.
Motion by Sangren, seconded by Engh, approving the agenda as printed. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Bender, seconded by Grochow, approving payment of bills as presented including payroll, hand payables and contingency totaling $2,480,945.08 Motion carried unanimously. (A complete list of bills is available from the District Office for review.)
Communications / Open Forum – None
Curriculum Advisory Committee (CAC) Report: Engh reported on the 10/24 meeting which introduction of a careers course and a World’s Best Workforce Presentation.
MAWSECO Report: Written
Community Education Report: None
Business Manager’s Report: Business Manager Palmer reported expenditures are in line with budget through the end of the fifth month of the fiscal year, reviewed the investment report with the board and reported on the second MARSS submission of the 2019-20 school year.
SEE: Written
Superintendent’s Report: Powers reported on e-learning, MS programming, drumline / marching band trailer, and the upcoming strand day
Program Report – High School Principal Meisch Presented changes to high school programming
Motion by Grochow, seconded by Bender, approving all consent items, which included approval of the minutes from the October 28, 2019 Regular Board Meeting. Approval of wire transfers made on October 29th for $100,000, October 31st for $400,000, November 8th for $150,000, and November 15th for $840,000. Personnel items: Employment of Madonna Wyze as Cokato Elementary Cook effective 11/7/19, Employment of RaeLynn Gottschalk as a MS Kitchen Assistant effective 11/5/19, Employment of Lori Bernick as a Type III sub driver effective 11/7/2019, Employment of Kate Miller as a Type III sub driver effective 11/25/2019. Acceptance of Donations From: an Anonymous donor - $14,388 for wrestling uniforms, Mike & Barb Lhotka - $125 for athletic fee scholarships, Cole Flick - $1,000 to the Beth Flick Memorial scholarship, Harold & Maxine Remme - $1,000 to the Beth Flick Memorial scholarship, Cokato Dairy Queen - $365.50 to Dassel Elementary, Cokato Dairy Queen - $365.50 to Cokato Elementary, Lutheran Church Women of Cokato - $100 to Cokato Elementary, Cokato American Legion - $250 to the School Safety Patrol at Cokato Elementary, DC Music Boosters - $200 for pit orchestra recording, DC Volleyball Boosters - $881.50 for hotel expenses for the volleyball team, Rachel Yates & Wells Fargo - $30 to the Music program, Rachel Yates & Wells Fargo - $30 to National Honor Society, Coborn’s - $57.60 to Dassel Elementary, Cokato American Legion Auxiliary - $69.44 to Cokato Elementary. Motion carried unanimously.
The board extended the deadline for community group applications to December 6. Progress on the LTFM Bonding process was discussed.
Motion by Bender, seconded by Sangren, approving the 2020-21 calendar with the graduation date to be determined. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Engh, seconded by Sangren, approving the 2019-20 Seniority List. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Sangren, seconded by Grochow, approving Modern Literature as a new high school course. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Bender, seconded by Engh approving an out of state trip for speech to Harvard. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Bender, seconded by Sangren, Ratifying the 2019-21 contract between ISD 466 and School Service Local 284 which includes: an increase of 2.0% on salary in year one and year two, a $0.10 increase to chief boiler license pay, a $0.05 increase to 1st class license pay and a $0.05 increase to 2nd class license pay, an addition of water operator license pay at $0.45 per hour and a $600 increase to health savings account district contribution and minor language changes. Motion carried unanimously.
The December 23 regular board meeting was moved to December 16 due to Winter break.
Being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 7:45 PM.
Andy Engh, Clerk
This document is available in the following formats upon request: Braille, Large Print, Audio Cassette Tape, and Computer Disk. Please call (320-286-4100) for more information or to request a copy.
Published in the Enterprise Dispatch Jan. 24, 2020.

UNOFFICIAL SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES
I.S.D. #466, BOARD OF EDUCATION
6:00 PM SPECIAL BOARD MEETING, DECEMBER 9, 2019 BOARD ROOM
In partnership with our communities, Dassel-Cokato Public Schools will provide all learners opportunities designed to maximize their potential and promote lifelong learning.
Pursuant to due call and notice thereof, a special meeting of the Board of Education of Independent School District No. 466 (Dassel-Cokato, Minnesota) was duly held in the Dassel-Cokato Board Room, Cokato, Minnesota, on Monday, December 9, 2019.
Aho called the meeting to order at 6:00 PM.
The following members were present: Sangren, Grochow, Nelson, Bender, Engh and Aho. The following were absent: none.
Motion by Sangren, seconded by Bender, approving the agenda as printed. Motion carried unanimously.
Business Manager Palmer gave the Truth in Taxation presentation including public comment / questions.
Jodie Zesbaugh from Ehlers presented the sale day report for the General Obligation Facilities
Maintenance Bonds, Series 2019A.
Board member Engh introduced the resolution and moved its adoption:
RESOLUTION RATIFYING THE AWARD OF THE SALE, DETERMINING THE FORM AND DETAILS, AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION, DELIVERY, AND REGISTRATION, AND PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF GENERAL OBLIGATION FACILITIES MAINTENANCE BONDS, SERIES 2019A.
The motion for the adoption of the foregoing resolution was duly seconded by Member Grochow, and upon vote being taken thereon, the following voted in favor thereof: Grochow, Engh, Sangren, Aho, Nelson & Bender and the following voted against the same: None, whereupon said resolution was declared duly passed and adopted.
Motion by Bender, seconded by Nelson, Approving Ehlers Investment Partners as investment manager & Ameritrade Institutional as an official depository for 2019A bond proceed funds. Motion carried unanimously.
The World’s Best Workforce Public Hearing was held with Superintendent Powers presenting and taking questions / comments.
Being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 7:17 pm.
Andy Engh, Clerk
This document is available in the following formats upon request: Braille, Large Print, Audio Cassette Tape, and Computer Disk. Please call (320-286-4100) for more information or to request a copy.
Published in the Enterprise Dispatch Jan. 24, 2020.

UNOFFICIAL SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES
I.S.D. #466, BOARD OF EDUCATION
6:00 PM REGULAR BOARD MEETING, DECEMBER 16, 2019
DASSEL-COKATO BOARD ROOM
In partnership with our communities and families, we will educate and inspire all learners to maximize their potential, promote lifelong learning, and become contributing members of society.
Pursuant to due call and notice thereof, a regular meeting of the Board of Education of Independent School District No. 466 (Dassel-Cokato, Minnesota) was duly held in the Dassel-Cokato Board Room, Cokato, Minnesota, on Monday, December 16, 2019.
Aho called the meeting to order at 6:00 PM.
The following members were present: Aho, Sangren, Engh, Grochow, Nelson and Bender. The following were absent: none.
The meeting began with the pledge of allegiance.
Motion by Sangren, seconded by Nelson, approving the agenda as printed. Motion carried unanimously.
Eli Tormanen was presented with the November Courtesy and Respect Award.
Motion by Bender, seconded by Engh, approving payment of bills as presented including payroll, hand payables and contingency totaling $1,024,430.90 Motion carried unanimously. (A complete list of bills is available from the District Office for review.)
Communications / Open Forum – None
Curriculum Advisory Committee (CAC) Report: Engh reported on the 12/12 meeting which involved voting on the Careers class.
MAWSECO Report: Written
Community Education Report: None
Business Manager’s Report: Business Manager Palmer reported expenditures are in line with budget through the end of the sixth month of the fiscal year, reviewed the investment report with the board and reported on the third MARSS submission of the 2019-20 school year.
Student Representative’s Report: Anders Peterson reported on prior and upcoming HS events along with Winter Activities.
Superintendent’s Report: Powers reported on safety upgrades
Program Report – Middle School Principal Johnson and Connections Teacher Gross presented MS Schedule changes, building use, and the Connections program.
SEE: Written
District Technology: Engh reported on the last two Education Technology meetings.
Motion by Nelson, seconded by Grochow, approving all consent items, which included approval of the minutes from the November 25, 2019 Regular Board Meeting and the December 9, 2019 Special Board Meeting.
Approval of wire transfers made on November 26th for $175,000, November 27th for $800,000, and December 10th for $60,000.
Personnel items: Approve list of Winter/Spring 2020 Community Education Coaches/Instructors, Assignment of Andrea Travis and Bethany Mayfield as boys dive coaches, Retirement /resignation of Curt Sanborn as a CDL contracted bus driver effective 12/11/2019, Employment of Anita Harmala as a CDL contracted bus driver effective 1/6/2020, Employment of Bonnie Nikula as a contracted Type III driver effective 12/4/2019, Employment of Kelli Dallmann as a Cokato Elementary Special Needs Paraeducator effective 1/6/2020, Approval of up to 12 weeks of FMLA leave for Rebecca Rahkola beginning approximately February 23, 2020 through May 15, 2020, Approval of up to 4 weeks FMLA leave for Brooke Dell beginning approximately May 11, 2020 through June 8, 2020, Approved lane change for Andrew Hegdahl from BA+45 to MA effective 1/1/2020. Acceptance of Donations From Holt-Peterson Bus – coach bus donated for 11/11 football game, Holt-Peterson Bus – coach bus donated for 11/30 football game, Cokato Dairy Queen - $199 to Dassel Elementary, Cokato Dairy Queen - $199 to Cokato Elementary, MacMillan Field Trip Grants Program - $936 for field trip transportation expense for 6th grade trip to Fort Snelling (applied for by Katie Atkinson), Cokato Transportation – donation of a bus for Cokato Elementary 4th grade to shop for the food shelf with Christmas store profits, DC Youth Trust - $2,000 to the Middle School, An Anonymous donor - $600 to the Drumline program, David & Linda Metcalf - $25 to the fall musical, Rachel Yates & Wells Fargo - $30 to National Honor Society, Rachel Yates & Wells Fargo - $30 to the Music Program, An Anonymous donor - $100 to the Recharger account at Cokato Elementary, An Anonymous donor - $50 to the Recharger account at Cokato Elementary. Motion carried unanimously.
Communication Coordinator Lang updated the board on progress with the upcoming community groups.
Motion by Grochow, seconded by Sangren, approving Careers as a new high school course. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Bender, seconded by Nelson, certifying the final 2019 Payable 2020 Levy at $4,089,795.03. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Nelson, seconded by Grochow, approving the following resolution establishing combined polling places for multiple precincts and designating hours during which the polling places will remain open for voting for school district elections not held on the day of a statewide election.
BE IT RESOLVED by the School Board of Independent School District No.466, State of Minnesota, as follows 1. Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 205A.11, the precincts and polling places for school district elections are those precincts or parts of precincts located within the boundaries of the school district which have been established by the cities or towns located in whole or in part within the school district.
The board hereby confirms those precincts and polling places so established by those municipalities.
2. Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 205A.11, the board may establish a combined polling place for several precincts for school district elections not held on the day of a statewide election. Each combined polling place must be a polling place that has been designated by a county or municipality.
The following combined polling places are established to serve the precincts specified for all school district special and general elections not held on the same day as a statewide election:
Combined Polling Place: Cokato City Hall, 255 Broadway Avenue South, Cokato, MN 55321
“This combined polling place serves all territory in Independent School District No. 466 located in the City of Cokato; Albion, Cokato, French Lake, Middleville and Stockholm and Victor Townships; Wright County, Minnesota.”
Combined Polling Place: Dassel City Hall, 460 3rd St. South, Dassel, MN 55325
“This combined polling place serves all territory in Independent School District No. 466 located in the City of Dassel and City of Darwin; Collinwood, Darwin, Dassel, Ellsworth and Kingston Townships; Meeker County, Minnesota.”
Note: See Section 2.3.2 of the Election Manual regarding changing polling places in the case of an emergency or if the polling place is no longer available.
*3. Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 205A.09, the polling places will remain open for voting for school district elections not held on the same day as a statewide election between the hours of 7 o’clock a.m. and 8:00 o’clock p.m.
Note: See Section 3.6 of the Election Manual regarding certain restrictions on voting hours.
4. The clerk is directed to file a certified copy of this resolution with the county auditors of each of the counties in which the school district is located, in whole or in part, within thirty (30) days after its adoption.
5. As required by Minnesota Statutes, Section 204B.16, Subdivision 1a, the clerk is hereby authorized and directed to give written notice of new polling place locations to each affected household with at least one registered voter in the school district whose school district polling place location has been changed. The notice must be a nonforwardable notice mailed at least twenty-five (25) days before the date of the first election to which it will apply. A notice that is returned as undeliverable must be forwarded immediately to the appropriate county auditor, who shall change the registrant’s status to “challenged” in the statewide registration system.
(If a combined polling place is changed, the change must be adopted at least ninety (90) days prior to the first election where it will be used unless that polling place has become unavailable for use.)
Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Grochow, seconded by Nelson, approving the following resolution:
Be it resolved that the Dassel-Cokato School District agrees to act as a sponsoring agency for the project identified as the DC Student Path and has reviewed and approved projects as proposed. Sponsorship includes a willingness to secure and guarantee the local share of costs associated with this project and responsibility for seeing this project through to its completion, with compliance of all applicable laws, rules and regulations.
Be it further resolved that Jeff Powers and Brooks Helget are hereby authorized to act as agents on behalf of this sponsoring agency.
Motion carried unanimously.
Aho established 1/13/2020 at 6:00 pm for the reorganization meeting.
Being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 7:20 PM.
Andy Engh, Clerk
This document is available in the following formats upon request: Braille, Large Print, Audio Cassette Tape, and Computer Disk. Please call (320-286-4100) for more information or to request a copy.
Published in the Enterprise Dispatch Jan. 24, 2020.