Public notices

ecember 13, 2018)

BROWN COUNTY

BOARD OF ZONING

ADJUSTMENT

Notice is hereby given

that on Friday the 28th

day of December,

2018, at the hour of

10:00 AM in the Com-

missioner Room 204,

14 S. State St, New

Ulm, Minnesota the

Board of Adjustment

will hold public hear-

ings on the following:

10:00 AM To consider

a variance application

#APP-V-0017 of

Nathan Gieseke on

property described as

Lots A & B of Govern-

ment Lots 1 & 2; and

Lot 2 Block of Carl’s

Corner 1st Subdivision;

and Warehouse 8A, 9

10 & 11, all in Section

19, Township 110

North, Range 31 West,

Milford Township,

Brown County, Min-

nesota

Description of Vari-

ance: To allow a set-

back reduction from

the required twenty

(20) feet from the side

yard line to four and a

half (4.5) feet to allow a

new property line

between existing build-

ings on property locat-

ed in the I-1 Limted In-

dustry Zoning District.

Laine Sletta

Brown County Board of

Zoning Adjustment

PUBLISH

(November 29, De-

cember 6, 13, 2018)

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

In the Matter of

the Redetermination of

Benefits of

Brown County Ditch

System 45 and 60

Whereas, The Brown

County Drainage Au-

thority, has appointed

viewers to redetermine

the benefits and dam-

ages for County Ditch

45 in Home Township,

consider corrections to

the original descrip-

tions made at the time

County Ditch 45 was

constructed, and to

redetermine the bene-

fits and damages for

County Ditch 60 in

Prairieville and

Leavenworth Township

in Brown County, and

whereas, the Viewer’s

report for the Redeter-

mination of Benefits

has been filed with the

County Auditor,

NOW, THEREFORE,

Notice is hereby given

that the Drainage Au-

thority will hear public

comment on the ac-

ceptance of the

redetermination on CD

45 at 1:00 p.m.

Redetermination of

Benefits will follow on

CD 60 at 1:15 p.m at

the Brown County

Courthouse, 14 South

State, New Ulm, Min-

nesota on December

18th, 2018. All per-

sons interested in

these proceedings and

wanting to be heard

should appear at this

time. If accepted, the

redetermined benefits

will replace those now

being used and all fu-

ture maintenance ex-

penses will be as-

sessed based upon the

redetermined benefits.

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