Public Notices July 26, 2017

CORINNA TOWNSHIP
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that Corinna Township Planning Commission/Board of Adjustment will convene on Tuesday August 8, 2017, at 7:00 PM at Corinna Town Hall to conduct the following public hearing(s):
(Tabled from June 2017 public hearing) Variance to tear down an existing dwelling and replace it with a new dwelling approximately 55 feet from Cedar Lake (min. 75 ft required). Property Owner: Robert & Joanne Milligan. Property address: 8997 Ingram Ave NW, Annandale. Sect-Twp-Range: 22-121-27. Parcel number(s): 206022000110.
Variance to construct a 24' x 28' single-story garage approximately 28 feet from the centerline of a road (65 ft required) and with sidewall height of 19.5 ft (max. allowed 12-14 ft). Lot line adjustment to transfer approx. 5,200 sq ft of Parcel 206000092302 to Parcel 206012000080 to accommodate proposed garage. Lot line adjustment would reduce road frontage on an existing lot of record from approx. 112 ft to approx. 83 ft (min. 200 ft required). Property Owner: Terry & Gretchen Nelson. Property address: 9905 103rd St NW, Annandale. Sect-Twp-Range: 9-121-27. Parcel number(s): 206012000080.
Variance to construct a 556 sq ft single story dwelling addition and an 8' x 12' covered deck to an existing structure that is approx. 55 ft from Cedar Lake. Additions to be approx. 60 ft from Cedar Lake (75 ft required). Property Owner: Gregory and Charmaine Duppler. Property address: 8054 Irvine Ave NW, Annandale. Sect-Twp-Range: 22-121-27. Parcel number(s): 206076000060.
Conditional use permit to place a used 24' x 24' detached garage on a property. Property Owner: Brian P. Anderson. Property address: 9051 Ingram Ave NW, Annandale. Sect-Twp-Range: 15-121-27. Parcel number(s): 206022000050.
Variance to construct a 30.5' x 50' dwelling addition/attached garage approx. 10 ft from a side lot line (min. 15 ft required). Applicant: David and Marie Theis. Property address: 9050 Ingram Ave NW, Annandale. Sect-Twp-Range: 15-121-27. Parcel number(s): 206023001200.
Ordinance amendment to add "Schools with 150 students or less" to the list of conditional uses within the General Agriculture (AG) district Applicant: Jane Goodall Environmental Sciences Academy (JGESA).
(Tabled from June 2017 public hearing) Request to extend the time frame for the temporary operation of a charter school within an existing organized group camp from Spring 2018 to Spring 2021. Applicant: Jane Goodall Environmental Sciences Academy (JGESA)/True Friends. Property address: 8046 83rd Street NW, Maple Lake. Sec/Twp/Range: 22-121-27. Parcel number(s): 206000224100, 206000233200, 206000233201, 206000233300.
Measurements and details are approximate and/or subject to change during the public hearing. All interested persons are invited to attend these hearings and be heard or send written comments to the Township. Application information and a staff report are available for viewing at www.hometownplanning.com (staff report typically 5-7 days prior to the hearing date). A quorum of the Town Board may be present at the meeting, but will not hold deliberations or make any decisions.
Ben Oleson, Zoning
Administrator, Corinna Township
(44c)
CITY OF MAPLE LAKE
ORDINANCE NO. 57
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING HOURLY RESTRICTION OF
CERTAIN OPERATIONS
The following is an ordinance establishing  hourly restrictions for certain operations which was passed by the City Council on July 18, 2017.
(1) Domestic power equipment. No person shall operate a power lawn mower, power hedge clipper, chain saw, mulcher, garden tiller, edger, drill, or other similar domestic power equipment, except between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. on any weekday or between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. on Saturday, 10:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. on Sundays and holidays.  Snow removal equipment is exempt from this provision.
(2) Refuse hauling. No person shall collect or remove garbage or refuse in any residential district, except between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. on any weekday or between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. on any weekend or holiday.
(3) Construction activities. No person shall engage in or permit construction activities involving the use of any kind of electric, diesel, or gas-powered machine or other power equipment, except between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. on any weekday or between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. on Saturday, 10:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. on Sundays and holidays. 
The following is an ordinance amending Chapter 8 of the City Code which was passed by the City Council on July 18, 2017.
Mayor: Lynn S. Kissock, Mayor
Attest: Lee Ann Yager, City Clerk
(44c)

CITY OF MAPLE LAKE
The following is an ordinance amending Chapter 8 of the City Code which was passed by the City Council July 18, 2017.
ORDINANCE NO. 8.03
NO OCCUPANCY WITHOUT SEWER AND WATER
No dwelling shall be occupied unless operable sewer and water services are provided to the dwelling.  This provision shall not prohibit “snowbirds” from temporarily disconnecting services provided no one occupies the dwelling during the period of disconnection.
Lynn S. Kissock, Mayor
Attest: Lee Ann Yager, City Clerk
(44c)

city of maple lake
OFFICIAL SUMMARY OF
ORDINANCE NO. 58,
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING CHARGES FOR EMERGENCY
RESPONSE SERVICES
WITHIN THE CITY OF MAPLE LAKE, MINNESOTA
The following is the official summary of Ordinance No. 58, An Ordinance Establishing Charges For Emergency Response Services which was passed by the City Council on July 18, 2017.
A printed copy of this Ordinance is available for inspection by any person at the office of the city clerk during normal business hours, and at the community library, if there is one, or if not, in any other public location which the Council designates.
The Ordinance Establishing Charges For Emergency Response Services contains the following provisions:
Section 1 sets forth that the ordinance is adopted to establish and charge user service charges for Emergency Services.
Section 2 sets forth the definitions used in the ordinance.
Section 3 provides that if there is a conflict between the ordinance and state law, state law will control.
Section 4 provides for general regulations for fire service charges including how the fees will be charged, who is responsible for the fees, that fees must be paid within 30 days, and the procedure to appeal a charge.
Section 5 sets forth the specific fire service charges for emergency medical response (non motor vehicle incident), motor vehicle incident, residential fire, commercial or institutional building fire response, grass fires within a state trunk highway or county right-of-way, technical rescue, search and rescue, underground pipeline utility breaks, hazardous material, fire as the result of illegal activities, arson fire, and fire on vacant land.
Section 6 provides that any prior ordinances that are inconsistent are repealed after the effective date of this ordinance.
Section 7 provides that the ordinance will take effect upon its passage and publication.
This summary was approved by the City Council of Maple Lake, Minnesota, on July 18, 2017. Lynn S. Kissock, Mayor
Attest: Lee Ann Yager, City Clerk
(44c)

PUBLIC NOTICE
INDIAN LAKE IMPROVEMENT
DISTRICT ANNUAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given to all property owners in the Indian Lake Watershed that the Annual Meeting will be held on Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017, at 10:00 a.m. at the Corinna Township Hall. Items of business to be acted on at the meeting are:
1) Reports of the Officers and Board of Directors
2) Election of two (2) directors to a three-year term
3) Adopt a budget for the year 2017-2018
4) Approval of a possible proposed Special Assessment
Curt Brekke, Chair
(44-45p)

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