Legal Notices: November 12, 2014

 

MAPLE LAKE CITY COUNCIL
August 19, 2014 Minutes
Summary
A motion was m/s/p,  Northenscold/Lauer, to approve the consent agenda. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Lauer, to approve Resolution R2014-28 approving the Conditional Use Permit to allow an apartment on the main floor at 66 Birch Avenue South per the application, subject to the following conditions: 
• No noise, specifically no loud music
• No outside storage would be allowed
• No personal property allowed on Birch Avenue South
• No pets allowed
• Property must conform to the parking ordinance per the Maple Lake parking ordinance for both the residential apartments upstairs as well as on the main floor
• All building codes must be met including any windows that are installed
• There must be adequate utilities to light, heat, and cool the apartment
• No other apartments would be allowed on street level
• The lower level apartment would not be allowed an access on Birch Avenue unless he is unable to have an entrance elsewhere and still meet building code
• The Residential & Non-Residential units have separate entrances and exits
• No physical improvements both interior and exterior that would preclude future uses for retail purposes
• The commercial space that remains after the apartment is build must maintain white box standards (up to code and ready for a business to move in condition)
• Limited occupancy to a 2 bedroom apartment and once construction on the apartment begins it must be completed 
All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p,  Kissock/Geyen, to contract with Springstead, Inc. to perform an Employee Class Study including the Pay Equity Report at a cost not to exceed $5,600.00. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Northenscold, to approve reimbursing Sue Eaton the vet fee for euthanizing 2 cats. All present voted in favor. 
A motion was m/s/p, Lauer/Geyen, to approve terminating the Fuel Facility Agreement with Wright Aero contingent upon the City entering into a new fuel facility agreement with Ascend Aviation. All present voted in favor.   
A motion was m/s/p, Lauer/Geyen, to approve entering into the Fuel Facility Agreement with Ascend Aviation effective upon them taking over from Wright Aero continuing until 2017 and that the fee be 27¢ per gallon for the current calendar year.  All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Northenscold, to approve the quote for topsoil and seeding from Gertken Bro. Inc. at a cost of $24,028.80, and requesting their work to be done sooner in September. All present voted in favor.  
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Northenscold, to take actions outlined in City Engineer’s memo dated 8/19/2014 prohibit parking from the south side of 6th Avenue NW between Maple Avenue and Spruce Avenue, directing Public Works Department to install no parking signs, and directing the City Clerk to send notices to the property owners along 6th Street of the parking, except to be effective immediately. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Geyen, to adopt Resolution R2014-29 supporting the trail from Maple Lake to Ney Park be designated as a significant trail and be included into the regional mapping and directing Yager to complete the application by August 31, 2014.
A motion was m/s/p, Lauer/Geyen, to approve the $900 quote to excavate and install a tile line along Oak Avenue South and to inform homeowners they must tie into the tile line. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Lauer/Kissock, to approve the change in contract date to when construction commences or July 1, 2015, and subject to the same conditions.
A motion was m/s/p, Geyen/Northenscold, to approve the Lions replacement of the sign at the Beach with one similar to the Irish Stadium at a cost of approximately $800.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Geyen, to direct Staff to respond that the city has no objection but request that there be no net increase in run-off. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Geyen/Lauer, to adjourn the meeting at 10:40 p.m. All present voted in favor.
Attest,
City Clerk/Treasurer
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MAPLE LAKE CITY COUNCIL
September 23, 2014 Minutes
Summary
A motion was m/s/p, Northenscold/Geyen, to approve the consent agenda with the correction to the approval for the Scott Christian Conditional Use permit correcting the last condition listed to be: limit occupancy to a 2 bedroom apartment and once construction on the new apartment begins, it must be completed within 180 days. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Geyen, to approve the payment of the Renewal Premium from the LMCIT in the amount of $56,875.00, effective November 1, 2014. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Geyen/Lauer, to adopt Resolution R-2014-30 appointing Lake Central Insurance Services and Paul Manuel, Agent of Record. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Geyen, to adopt Resolution R-2014-31, not waiving the monetary limit on municipal tort liability as established by Minnesota Statute 466.04. All present voted in favor.
A motion was (m/s/p), Northenscold/Geyen, to amend Zoning Ordinance Highway Business B-2 Section 29.02, Permitted Uses per Planning Commission recommendation as follows;
• Dealerships – removed Used car, truck and boat lot sales from Permitted Uses and moved to Sec 29.05 Interim Uses
• Feed Sales changed to include addition of words “Consumer Retail” 
• Garden supply stores changed to Lawn and Garden supply stores (new or new and used)
• Greenhouses, nurseries, garden and landscaping stores changed to include addition of words “Consumer Retail” 
• Lumberyards and building materials changed to include addition of words “(new materials)”
• Marine and boat sales and serving establishments changed to include addition of word “(new)” following “boat sales”
• Municipal service and utility buildings removed from Section 29
• Pawnshops moved to Sec 29.04 Conditional Uses
• Public utility services and uses removed from Section 29
• Public utility removed from Section 29
• Recreational vehicle sales changed to incorporate Recreational equipment sales, new Ordinance to read Recreational vehicle and/or equipment sales (new and new and used)
• Secondhand goods dealer moved to Section 29.05 Interim Uses
• Storage facilities removed from Section 29
• Addition of Indoor shooting range added to Sec. 29.04 Conditional Use
All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Lauer/Geyen, to adopt Resolution R2014-33 adopting the 2014 Proposed Budget of $1,613,415 and the 2014 Proposed Levy of $896,079. All present voted in favor. 
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Northenscold, to adopt Resolution R-2014-34 approving the Truth in Taxation hearing to be held on December 2, 2014 at 7:00 pm with the continuation hearing on December 16, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Lauer, to approve the Cable Technician Agreement dated September 23, 2014 between the City of Maple Lake and Parker Gorecki for cable production services. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Lauer, to meet on November 5, 2015 at 7:00 pm to certify the local election results. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Geyen/Kissock, to approve increasing the pension benefit of the Maple Lake Fire Relief Association from $1,800 per year of service to $2,000 per year of service. All present voted in favor except Lauer who abstained.
A motion was m/s/p, Geyen/Lauer, to approve the fencing with gate around the air-conditioning unit at a cost  of $4,000. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Geyen, to approve the quote for heating and venting from C&C HVAC of $15,950. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Geyen, to approve an amount not to exceed $20,232 to construct a salt shed and approve an amount not to exceed $9,000 for asphalt.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Lauer, to approve Johnson to attend a water school in October. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Geyen, to review and revise and obtain a signed contract for the Animal Control Officer. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Lauer, to amend the lease with AT&T to provide that the rent commencement date is August 1, 2015 or upon commencement of construction, whichever is earlier and to notify AT&T that the City will not extend the date any further. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Northenscold, to approve the year around office hours for City Hall to be Monday through Thursday from 7:00 am to 4:30 pm and Friday from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm,. All present voted in favor. 
A motion was m/s/p, Geyen/Lauer, to adjourn the meeting at 9:11 pm. All present voted in favor.
Attest,
City Clerk/Treasurer
 
A copy of the entire minutes is available for inspection by any person during regular office hours at the office of the City Clerk or a copy is available on the City’s website at www.ci.maple-lakemn.us
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TOWN OF CORINNA
NOTICE OF HEARING
ON PROPOSED ASSESSMENT
Notice is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of the Town of Corinna, Minnesota, will meet on November 18, 2014, at 7:00 P.M. at the Corinna Town Hall, 9801 Ireland Avenue Northwest, Annandale, Minnesota, to consider the following:
Annandale Fire Department and Maple Lake Fire Department Special Assessments.
The area proposed to be assessed is all properties in Corinna Township benefitted by availability of fire department services.  Annandale Fire Department serves properties west of a line going north-south through Cedar Lake.  Maple Lake Fire Department serves properties east of a line going north-south through Cedar Lake.
The total amount of the proposed assessment is Annandale Fire Department: $60,792, which is $68 per parcel; Maple Lake Fire Department: $45,815, which is $55 per parcel benefitted by availability of fire department services.
The proposed assessment roll is on file with the Town Clerk and is open to public inspection.  Written or oral objections will be considered at the hearing.
No appeal may be taken as to the amount of any assessment adopted pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 429.081, Subdivision 2, unless written objection signed by the affected property owner is filed with the Town Clerk prior to the assessment hearing or presented to the presiding officer at the hearing.  An owner may appeal an assessment to District Court pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 429.081 by serving notice of the appeal upon the Chair or Clerk of the Town within 30 days after the adoption of the assessment and filing such notice with the District Court within ten days after service upon the Chair or Clerk.
An owner may request deferment of an assessment pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 435.193 to 435.195.
Mary B. Brown
Town Clerk
 
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