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New public notices published in the issue of July 9, 2021

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGAND INTENT TO ENACT AN ORDINANCETO AMEND THE COUNTY CODE,CHAPTER 152, AND ZONING MAPCOUNTY OF CARVERCHASKA, MINNESOTA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday, the 20TH day of July, 2021, as soon as possible after 9:00 a.m. upstairs in the Human Services Building (602), in the Commissioner’s Meeting Room of the Carver County Government Center, Chaska, Minnesota, the Carver County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing to:
ADOPT ORDINANCE NO. 97-2021 AMENDING THE CARVER COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES, CHAPTER 152 OF THE ZONING CODE AND ZONING MAP.
PURPOSE: To allow the County Board of Commissioners to hold a public hearing to consider various language and policy amendments to the Carver County Code of Ordinances, Chapter 152 (Zoning Code) and Official Zoning Map for the unincorporated (Township) areas of the County.
PROPOSED CHANGES: Ordinance No. 97-2021 would amend the County Zoning Code, specifically but may not be limited to: Code language changes needing to be consistent with the 2040 Comprehensive Plan (e.g. essential service section, energy production section, Rural Service District standards), high amenity (additional density changes), shoreland overlay district changes based on the MN DNR model ordinance, personal accessory structure square footage increase, building eligibility transfers, screening standards, access management modifications, setback modifications, and adding or revising definitions.
Copies of the proposed Ordinance No. 97-2021 language and map may be obtained from the Land Management Department via email at LandManagement@co.carver.mn.us, or by request at (952) 361-1820. Information may also be obtained through the Zoning Code Update page at: http://www.co.carver.mn.us/DEPARTMENTS/PUBLIC-SERVICES/LAND-MANAGEMENT/ZONING/ZONING-CODE-UPDATE
All persons interested are invited to attend the hearing and be heard on this matter. Written comments received by 12:00 PM (noon) Monday, July 19th, will be part of the public record and will be available for review by the County Board of Commissioners prior to the meeting. Please include your full name and address for the record. Written comments may be emailed to LandManagement@co.carver.mn.us or mailed to:
Land Management Department
Carver County Government Center
600 East 4th St
Chaska, MN 55318-2102
(952) 361-1820
Carver County Public Services Division
By: Jason Mielke
Land Use Manager
Published in the Herald Journal, July 9, 2021.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGON THE PROPOSAL TO MODIFYTHE ENABLING RESOLUTION FORTHE HOWARD LAKEECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
Notice is hereby given that the City Council (the “Council”) of the City of Howard Lake, Minnesota, will hold a public hearing on July 20, 2021, at a meeting of the Council beginning at approximately 7:00 p.m., at the Howard Lake City Hall, 625 8th Avenue, in the City of Howard Lake, Minnesota, relating to the adoption of an amended enabling resolution relating to the City of Howard Lake Economic Development Authority (the “EDA”) pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Sections 469.090 through 469.1082.
Following the public hearing the Council will consider an amended enabling resolution (the “Enabling Resolution”) relating to the EDA. The Enabling Resolution, a copy of which is on file and available for inspection in the City offices, would authorize the EDA to exercise all powers granted to such authorities pursuant to the abovementioned statutes and would restate that the EDA would be governed by a five-member Board of Commissioners, all of whom would be members of the City Council.
All interested persons may appear at the July 20, 2021 public hearing and present their views orally or in writing.
By: /s/ Nick Haggenmiller
City Administrator
Published in the Herald Journal, July 9 and 16, 2021.
REGULAR MEETING of theSCHOOL BOARD of EDUCATIONLester Prairie Public SchoolsMonday May 17th, 2021 5:45 pmLester Prairie School Media Center
Roll call was taken and the following board members were present: Corbey Hentges, Steve Ziermann, Mary Otto, Brian Heimerl, Rebecca Heimerl and Megan Stifter. Administration present: Dr. Melissa Radeke, Jenna Wolff and Mike Lee remote. Other Staff: Alice Daak Guests: Sean Tritabaugh, Joe Ulhorn with H&U, Ivan Raconteur from Herald Journal, Peter Lindstrom with CERTS and Todd with Dashir.
Pledge of Allegiance was led by Steve Ziermann.
Agenda
• Motion by R. Heimerl second by Stifter-Knoll to approve the Agenda as presented and or modified
Vote: 6 for, 0 against
Recognition of Communications since Last Meeting:
• Communication – Report:
a. Play went very well
b. Senior Class Trip taking place
c. Prom was great
• Open dialogue – none
Minutes and Bills
• Motion by B. Heimerl and second by R. Heimerl to approve the meeting minutes of the Regular Board meeting on 4/19, and pay the bills in the amount of $88,761.98 Building Project bills of $63,698.09 and student activity fees of $1,234.54.
Vote: 6 for, 0 against
Administrative Reports
Mr. Lee K-12 Principal Report: - highlights
• 90% total students in school vs. remote
• Senior Class in Duluth for Class trip
o Class respectful
• Graduation attendance letter sent home per Governor Walz
o 9 tickets per student
o Faculty and staff allowed
o No Band
o Parade approved by City Council
o Masks will be required for attendees
• May 25th meeting with GSL for FFA summer program
Jenna Wolff AD Report: - highlights
• Band students performing solo ensemble
o Several students receiving excellent and super ratings
• Baseball season - 5-1 MCAA conf. 4 games left
• Softball season – 4-1 conference with 4 games left
• Jessa Heimerl – tied High jump record at 5ft.
• Addison Hoof – set 400 meter record at 1:43
• Spring Play performed in the play called Let Him Sleep
• Boys Basketball schedules are complete
• LP will be participating in the MRC conference next season
o Athletic page coming
• Board member Ziermann to be on Region 5A board committee
Dr. Melissa Radeke Superintendent Report: - highlights
• Enrollment – 495 students
• Thank you to Board Clerk Ziermann for all the technology help in new building
• Maintenance to add a full time staff position with more foot print to cover
o Todd explained current labor coverage and need for full time position
• Next session at the Capital they working on a MN Taxpayer Day - meeting will be on the same day for City, County, and School District for Truth ‘n Taxation. More to come
• ESSER Funds I & II received – Facility Committee Met – These are One time allocation dollars - very specific on uses and dates of use
o I. - COVID, PPE, Technology, Special Ed, ELL
o II. – Technology, Learning Loss, Facility Repair - Roofing - Air Handling Unit replacements - $60,000 - $80,000 for #1 and #3 AHU #2 and #4 - $40,000 to $50,000 each. #5 has been replaced
o Working on purchasing new cleaning units
o Ceiling tile replacements
School Board Reports
• Community Ed. – Jerseys sorted and new purchases, Flyer going out beginning of June, increase wages for Kids Depot and Art supplies.
• PTO – approved items for Derek Litzau for Title I classroom. Certificates purchased for teacher retirements, things to do for Open House.
• Facilities/Maintenance– Dashir suggestions
• Facility Planning – none
• Tech/Media: Working with E-rate, Electrical Engineer, Low Voltage contractors to review inventory and install.
• Activities Committee – Met before mtg. decide on chairs and scorer’s table etc. Move banners to new Gym, move advertisement.
• Negotiations – Certified meeting set for and June 21st. Admin meet June 18th
• Meet and Confer – none
• Policy – none
• Legislative – Legislative session - Agreed to budget target 1.2 billion 2021-2023 school years, 1.1 billion 2024 – 2025 biennium – meet in special sessions from here
• City Council – Last meeting Brian attended – talk about with Sean from Council on agenda
New Business
• Peter Lindstrom form Clean Energy Resource Teams
o Clean energy projects
o Out of U of M
o Not for profit
o 4 partners
o Looking at installing panels on the roof or ground
o 40 MN schools have solar arrays
o Panels last 20years
o Educational opportunities
o Recycle old equipment
o Made of 90% glass and aluminum
• Building Project Update – Joe Ulhorn
o North addition
Internal framing of Admin area
Masonry walls
Rough ins with MEP
Tile in bathrooms
Rubber floor in fitness will be completed
Tile in Kitchen
o June 2nd Shed equipment move
Demo shed June 7th – June 18th
o Mid-June Kitchen equipment install
o June 7th bleachers are coming
o Final coating of Gym floor next week
o Main Entry complete end of June
o End of August for CO
o Change orders discussed
o Paul with H&U discussed stain of Pre-cast
Board suggested staining of Sign to be covered by contractor
• Motion by B. Heimerl and 2nd by Ziermann to approve new custodial position starting fall 2021 due to increased square footage and custodial needs with the completed building project.
Vote: 6 for, 0 against
• Motion by R. Heimerl and 2nd by B. Heimerl to designate Dr. Melissa Radeke to act as the Identified Official with Authority (IOWA) for Lester Prairie Public School District 0424-01.
Vote: 6 for, 0 against
Old Business
• Parking Lot discussion
Board was asked from community members to look at the possibility of purchasing the Wiese property next to the school parking lot.
Dr. Radeke spoke with Mr. Weise about the property and Mr. Weise stated that he was not looking to sell at this time
Mrs. Radeke informed Mr. Weise that the school was not in position to purchase the property at this time.
Property might be commercial and may need to be rezoned.
Members of community were trying to help solve parking issue by providing some suggestions
o Sean T. Report
Meeting with Mary Otto, Brian Heimerl, 4.0 Bus Service, Police Chief, Fire Chief and Josh Eckstein from Bolton and Menk
• New Bus Transportation route – city is willing to talk about it. Change from previous City stance on issue.
Everyone there willing to listen to bus route change
Mr. Trittabaugh sent email to City Administrator and met with him
• No decision can be made, city council needs to open up the permit again.
• New permit and process for permitting to be followed
o Plan approved by school board
o Next move to planning commission
3 city meetings left before September School start
Integrated Special use permit was originally issued which included
• Street closure
• Bus route up and down Hickory
School as received council from Lawyer that it does not open up city to any liability
Mr. Trittabaugh stated this is a school issue
• School needs to follow processes
• City concerned with liability
• Public process for granting permits
School did submit a bus route map originally no drop off or pick up was on this map
Board has been concerned for the safety of kids, parents, and 4.0 bus drivers from day one.
Board also may have issue with bus drivers refusing to drive in parking lot
Current bus ordinance in city to be reviewed
Lester Prairie School has 4 buses
School would like to work together with the city council
Board asked to receive copies of the Special Use Permit from the city and previous ones.
Board has questions once project is complete where are we at.
Mrs. Radeke asked about the liabilities the city is concerned with
• Mr. Trittabaugh
o Approved plan has bus route in and out of Hickory that the Safety committee has signed off on
Safety committee does not approve of a different plan
If change is needed, school needs to follow several permit steps to make the change.
Board would like to have an amendment ready to go before the start of school
Board asked if the city council can call special meetings to make the changes.
School Finance - none
Policy Administration - none
Personnel
• Motion by Otto and 2nd by Stifter-Knoll to approve resignation of Lori Schermann as Kid’s Depot/food Service non certified staff member effective June 2nd, 2021.
Vote: 6 for, 0 against
• Motion by B. Heimerl and 2nd by R. Heimerl to approve Lindsey Grand as K-12 Ell/ESL Teacher with assigned duties for the 2021-2022 school year.
Vote: 6 for, 0 against
• Motion by R. Heimerl and 2nd by Ziermann to approve Hannah Boger as Elementary Teacher with assigned duties for the 2021-2022 school year.
Vote: 6 for, 0 against
• Motion by Ziermann and 2nd by R. Heimerl to approve Emma Strom as JH Volleyball Coach.
Vote: 6 for, 0 against
• Motion by Otto and 2nd by R. Heimerl to approve the following Kid’s Depot contracts for:
o Megan Tonn – student worker
o Emma Eckstein - student worker
o Allison Knoll – student worker
o Layne Teubert – student worker
o Peighton Ruzicka - student worker
o McKenna Kutz - student worker
o Jan Smith – Kid’s Depot worker
o Kim Schauer – Kid’s Depot worker
o Taylor Bayerl – Kid’s Depot worker
o Jerika Ziermann – Kid’s Depot worker
o Cheryl Bayerl – Kid’s Depot worker
Vote: 5 for, 0 against, 1 Abstain
Other Items for the Board - Board member Hentges asked about having a Pastor at graduation ceremonies to give the Benediction of Invocation. Mrs. Radeke responded that it is illegal and unconstitutional to have such prayer in school. This dates back to 1974. School is also responsible for the student speeches given.
Meeting was adjourned at 8:10 PM
/s/ Steven D. Ziermann, Clerk ISD #424
Published in the Herald Journal, July 9, 2021.
CITY OF MAYERNOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON A PROPOSAL FOR THE ISSUANCE OF EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES REVENUE BONDS FOR THE GROVES ACADEMY PROJECT
Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Mayer, Minnesota (the “City”) will meet at the Mayer City Hall, 413 Bluejay Avenue, in the City, at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, July 26, 2021 to consider approving the proposal of Groves Academy, a Minnesota nonprofit corporation and 501(c)(3) organization (the “Borrower”), that the City assist in financing a project hereinafter described through the issuance of revenue bonds, in one or more series (the “Bonds”), under Minnesota Statutes, Sections 469.152 through 469.165, as amended (the “Act”).
The “Project” consists of (i) financing the renovation, improvement, and equipping of the Borrower’s independent co-educational day school facilities (the “Academy”) located at 3200 Highway 100 South in the City of St. Louis Park, Minnesota (the “Host City”) (the “Renovation Project”), (ii) refunding the City’s outstanding Educational Facility Revenue Bonds (Groves Academy Project), Series 2014A, and Educational Facility Revenue Bonds (Groves Academy Project), Series 2014B, the proceeds of which were used to finance and refinance the renovation, expansion, construction, improvement, and equipping of the Academy (the “Original Project” and, together with the Renovation Project, the “Project”), and (iii) financing the costs of issuing the Bonds. The maximum estimated principal amount of the Bonds to be issued to finance the Project is $6,800,000.
The Bonds, if and when issued, will not constitute a charge, lien or encumbrance upon any property of the City or the Host City, except the Project, and such obligations will not be a charge against the general credit or taxing powers of the City or the Host City but will be payable from sums to be paid by the Borrower pursuant to a revenue agreement.
A draft copy of the proposed application to the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development for approval of the Project, together with all attachments and exhibits thereto, is available for public inspection, during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, in the office of the City Administrator in the City Hall.
At the time and place fixed for the public hearing, the City Council will give all persons who appear at the hearing an opportunity to express their views with respect to the proposal. Written comments will be considered if submitted at the above City office on or before the date of the hearing.
Published in the Herald Journal, July 9, 2021.
CITY OF HOWARD LAKENOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Notice is hereby given that the City of Howard Lake will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, July 20 at the Howard Lake City Council Meeting at 7 PM at Howard Lake City Hall.
This will be an informational meeting to discuss the new Howard Lake Library, including economic and environmental impacts, service area, alternatives to the project, and potential funding sources, including USDA Rural Development. Howard Lake and area residents and property owners are encouraged to attend.
MEAGAN THEISEN,
ASSISTANT CITY ADMINISTRATOR
Published in the Herald Journal, July 9, 2021.
N O T I C E O F P U B L I C H E A R I N G
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Thursday, July 22, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. the Wright County Planning Commission will hold a hearing in the County Commissioner’s Board Room at the Courthouse, in the City of Buffalo, Minnesota to consider the following item:
MICHAEL ANDERSON
LOCATION: xxxx Eastwood Ave. SE - Lot 1, Block 1, Dickinson Spring Industrial Park 4th Addn., according to plat of record, Section 14, Township 119, Range 25, Wright County, MN. (Rockford Twp.) Property owner: RY-LAND LLC Tax #215-158-001010
Petitions for a Conditional Use Permit as regulated in Section 155.029,155.055(B) & 155.101, Chapter 155, of Title XV Land Usage of the Wright County Code of Ordinances to construct a building with office space for proposed business related to a lawn and snow removal. Review includes a land alteration associated with preparation of the building and stormwater controls.
Such persons that desire to be heard with reference to the proposed application will be heard at this time. If you do not attend the hearing or submit written comment, it will be assumed that you have no objections to the proposal. If there are any questions, please contact the Planning and Zoning Office in Buffalo. Interpreter services for the hearing impaired will be provided on request for public meetings and other county-sponsored classes and events.
WRIGHT COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING
OFFICE
WRIGHT COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER
10 SECOND STREET NW RM 140
BUFFALO MINNESOTA 55313-1185
PHONE: (763) 6827338
Published in the Herald Journal, July 9, 2021.
N O T I C E O F P U B L I C H E A R I N G
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Thursday, July 22, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. the Wright County Planning Commission will hold a hearing in the County Commissioner’s Board Room at the Courthouse, in the City of Buffalo, Minnesota to consider the following item:
MN CSG 10, LLC
LOCATION: XXX 85th St NE – Part of E of SE & W of W of SW , in Section 21, Township 121, Range 25, AND Part of W of W of SW in Section 22, Township 121, Range 25, AND N of NW in Section 27, Township 121, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota. (Monticello Twp.) Tax #’s 213-100-214100 & 213-100-223200 & 213-100-272201
Property owner’s: Sustainable Holdings LLC and Holthaus Properties.
Petitions for a Conditional Use Permit for a 1 MW Solar Farm on approximately 9.8 acres in the southeast corner of the property as regulated in Section 155.048 & 155.108, Chapter 155, of Title XV Land Usage of the Wright County Code of Ordinances & Wright County Subdivision Regulations.
Such persons that desire to be heard with reference to the proposed application will be heard at this time. If you do not attend the hearing or submit written comment, it will be assumed that you have no objections to the proposal. If there are any questions, please contact the Planning and Zoning Office in Buffalo. Interpreter services for the hearing impaired will be provided on request for public meetings and other county-sponsored classes and events.
WRIGHT COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING
OFFICE
WRIGHT COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER
10 SECOND STREET NW RM 140
BUFFALO MINNESOTA 55313-1185
PHONE: (763) 6827338
Published in the Herald Journal, July 9, 2021.
N O T I C E O F P U B L I C H E A R I N G
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Thursday, July 22, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. the Wright County Planning Commission will hold a hearing in the County Commissioner’s Board Room at the Courthouse, in the City of Buffalo, Minnesota to consider the following item:
DUINNICK, INC.
LOCATION: Part of SE of SE , Section 14, Township 121, Range 28, Wright County, Minnesota. (Southside Twp.) Tax #217-000-144401 Property owner: Duinnick Bros., Inc.
Petitions to renew a mining permit issued in 2016 as a Conditional Use Permit as regulated in Section 155.029, 155.048(D) & 155.100 Chapter 155, of Title XV Land Usage of the Wright County Code of Ordinances to continue to mine, process and stockpile gravel and granular materials, including recycled materials and operate a hot-mix plant and wash plant in the pit.
Such persons that desire to be heard with reference to the proposed application will be heard at this time. If you do not attend the hearing or submit written comment, it will be assumed that you have no objections to the proposal. If there are any questions, please contact the Planning and Zoning Office in Buffalo. Interpreter services for the hearing impaired will be provided on request for public meetings and other county-sponsored classes and events.
WRIGHT COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING
OFFICE
WRIGHT COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER
10 SECOND STREET NW RM 140
BUFFALO MINNESOTA 55313-1185
PHONE: (763) 6827338
Published in the Herald Journal, July 9, 2021.
N O T I C E O F P U B L I C H E A R I N G
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Thursday, July 22, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. the Wright County Planning Commission will hold a hearing in the County Commissioner’s Board Room at the Courthouse, in the City of Buffalo, Minnesota to consider the following item:
DENNIS G. HAVEL
LOCATION: xxxx Davern Avenue NE – NW of NE , & part of Gov’t Lot 1, Section 3, Township 120, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota. (Gilchrist Lake - Buffalo Twp.) Tax #202-000-031200
Petitions to rezone approximately 85 acres from AG General Agriculture and S-2 Residential-Recreational Shorelands to A/R Agricultural-Residential and S-2 and a Conditional Use Permit for an unplatted eight-lot subdivision as regulated 155.028, 155.047 & 155.057, Chapter 155, of Title XV Land Usage of the Wright County Code of Ordinances.
Such persons that desire to be heard with reference to the proposed application will be heard at this time. If you do not attend the hearing or submit written comment, it will be assumed that you have no objections to the proposal. If there are any questions, please contact the Planning and Zoning Office in Buffalo. Interpreter services for the hearing impaired will be provided on request for public meetings and other county-sponsored classes and events.
WRIGHT COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING
OFFICE
WRIGHT COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER
10 SECOND STREET NW RM 140
BUFFALO MINNESOTA 55313-1185
PHONE: (763) 6827338
Published in the Herald Journal, July 9, 2021.
N O T I C E O F P U B L I C H E A R I N G
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Thursday, July 22, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. the Wright County Planning Commission will hold a hearing in the County Commissioner’s Board Room at the Courthouse, in the City of Buffalo, Minnesota to consider the following item:
BART A. ANDERSON
LOCATION: 371 90TH St NE – Part of E of NW , Section 19, Township 121, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota. (Monticello Twp.) Tax #213-100-192100
Petitions to rezone approximately 40 acres from AG General Agriculture to A/R Agricultural-Residential and also a Conditional Use Permit for a three-lot unplatted subdivision (lots proposed are approx. 19 acres with the existing dwelling & two lots, minimum 10 acres each) as regulated in Section 155.028, 155.029 &155.050 Chapter 155, Title XV, Land Usage & Zoning of the Wright County Code of Ordinances and Chapter 154, Subdivision Regulations.
Such persons that desire to be heard with reference to the proposed application will be heard at this time. If you do not attend the hearing or submit written comment, it will be assumed that you have no objections to the proposal. If there are any questions, please contact the Planning and Zoning Office in Buffalo. Interpreter services for the hearing impaired will be provided on request for public meetings and other county-sponsored classes and events.
WRIGHT COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING
OFFICE
WRIGHT COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER
10 SECOND STREET NW RM 140
BUFFALO MINNESOTA 55313-1185
PHONE: (763) 6827338
Published in the Herald Journal, July 9, 2021.
N O T I C E O F P U B L I C H E A R I N G
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Thursday, July 22, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. the Wright County Planning Commission will hold a hearing in the County Commissioner’s Board Room at the Courthouse, in the City of Buffalo, Minnesota to consider the following item:
MAURICE E. CARLIN
LOCATION: xxxx Duffield Ave. NW & 110th St. NW – Approx. 3 acres described as part of SW of SW Section 4, Township 121, Range 26, Wright County, MN. (Little Mary - Silver Creek Twp.) Tax #216-000-043300 & 216-000-043203 Property owners: Carlin & Prevost
Petitions to rezone approximately 3 acres from A/R Agriculture-Residential & S-2 Residential-Recreational Shorelands to AG General Agriculture and S-2 and combine it into the parcel lying to the north owned by Prevost as regulated in Section 155.028, 155.048 & 155.057, Chapter 155, of Title XV Land Usage of the Wright County Code of Ordinances.
Such persons that desire to be heard with reference to the proposed application will be heard at this time. If you do not attend the hearing or submit written comment, it will be assumed that you have no objections to the proposal. If there are any questions, please contact the Planning and Zoning Office in Buffalo. Interpreter services for the hearing impaired will be provided on request for public meetings and other county-sponsored classes and events.
WRIGHT COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING
OFFICE
WRIGHT COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER
10 SECOND STREET NW RM 140
BUFFALO MINNESOTA 55313-1185
PHONE: (763) 6827338
Published in the Herald Journal, July 9, 2021.
N O T I C E O F P U B L I C H E A R I N G
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Thursday, July 22, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. the Wright County Planning Commission will hold a hearing in the County Commissioner’s Board Room at the Courthouse, in the City of Buffalo, Minnesota to consider the following item:
NORTHERN NATURAL GAS COMPANY
LOCATION: XXXX CR 16 SE – NE of NW , Section 26, Township 118, Range 25, Wright County, MN. (Franklin Twp.) Property owner: Schneider Tax #208-200-262100
Petitions for a Conditional Use Permit as regulated in Section 155.029 & 155.048(D) Chapter 155, of Title XV Land Usage of the Wright County Code of Ordinances to allow the location of “Town Border Station” to serve as a new transfer point between Northern Natural Gas and Xcel Energy. The secured site will be located on less than an acre.
Such persons that desire to be heard with reference to the proposed application will be heard at this time. If you do not attend the hearing or submit written comment, it will be assumed that you have no objections to the proposal. If there are any questions, please contact the Planning and Zoning Office in Buffalo. Interpreter services for the hearing impaired will be provided on request for public meetings and other county-sponsored classes and events.
WRIGHT COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING
OFFICE
WRIGHT COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER
10 SECOND STREET NW RM 140
BUFFALO MINNESOTA 55313-1185
PHONE: (763) 6827338
Published in the Herald Journal, July 9, 2021.