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Public notices, Sept. 29, 2011

September 29, 2011
The Journal

PUBLISH

(September 29, 2011)

ORDINANCE NO.

11-092, FOURTH

SERIES

CITY OF NEW ULM,

BROWN COUNTY,

MINNESOTA

AN ORDINANCE

ENACTING SECTION

11.10 OF THE CITY

CODE OF THE CITY

OF NEW ULM RELA-

TIVE TO THE MIN-

NESOTA ELECTRI-

CAL ACT.

BE IT ORDAINED BY

THE CITY COUNCIL

OF THE CITY OF

NEW ULM:

SECTION I. That Sec-

tion 11.10 of the City

Code of the City of

New Ulm is hereby

enacted to read as fol-

lows:

Section 11.10. Min-

nesota Electrical Act

adopted.

Subdivision 1. Pur-

pose. The purpose of

this section is to es-

tablish an electrical in-

spections program in

the City of New Ulm

that is administered

and enforced by the

City.

Subd. 2. Adoption.

The Minnesota Electri-

cal Act, as adopted by

the Commissioner of

Labor and Industry

pursuant to Minnesota

Statutes Sections

326B.31 to 326B.399,

including subsequent

amendments thereto,

is hereby incorporated

into the City Code of

the City of New Ulm

as if fully set out

herein. The Minnesota

State Building Code in-

corporates by refer-

ence the National

Electrical Code pur-

suant to Minnesota

Rules 1315.0200. All

such codes incorporat-

ed herein by reference

constitute the electri-

cal code of the City of

New Ulm.

Subd. 3. Evidence of

license on file. Every

individual or business

entity doing electrical

work within the City of

New Ulm shall file with

the City Inspections

Department a copy of

the current license is-

sued by the Commis-

sioner of Labor and In-

dustry or such other

evidence of such

license as may be pro-

vided by the Commis-

sioner of Labor and In-

dustry.

Subd. 4. Authority to

inspect. The City of

New Ulm hereby pro-

vides for the inspec-

tion of all electrical in-

stallations, pursuant to

Minnesota Statutes

Section 326B.36,

subd. 6.

Subd. 5. Compli-

ance. All electrical in-

stallations shall com-

ply with the require-

ments of the electrical

code of the City of

New Ulm and this ordi-

nance.

Subd. 6. Permits and

fees. The issuance of

permits and the collec-

tion of fees shall be as

authorized in Minneso-

ta Statutes Section

326B.37. Any inspec-

tion or handling fees

will be payable to the

City of New Ulm.

Subd. 7. Notice and

appeal. All notices of

violations and orders

issued under this ordi-

nance shall be in con-

formance with Min-

nesota Statutes Sec-

tion 326B.36, subd. 4.

Subd. 8. Violations

and penalties. A vio-

lation of this section is

a misdemeanor.

SECTION II. That this

ordinance shall take

effect and shall be in

force 30 days from

and after its adoption,

approval, and publica-

tion.

Adopted by the City

Council of the City of

New Ulm this 20th day

of September, 2011.

/s/ Charles Schmitz

President of the City

Council

Attest:

/s/ Reginald K.

Vorwerk

Finance Director/City

Clerk-Treasurer

Approved by the May-

or of the City of New

Ulm this 20th day of

September, 2011.

/s/ Robert J. Beuss-

man

Mayor

PUBLISH

(September 22, 29,

2011)

PUBLIC NOTICE: The

Brown County High-

way Department will

be applying herbicide

to the right-of-way of

County roads to con-

trol the growth of noxi-

ous weeds. Anyone

wishing NOT to have a

specific road ditch

sprayed needs to com-

plete a Non Spray Ap-

plication which can be

obtained by contacting

the Brown County

Highway Department

at 507-233-5700, or

printing and completing

the form off the Brown

County Web site:

www.co.brown.mn.us

under Departments/

Highway/Permits.

When landowners/

renters do not

respond, we will as-

sume it is acceptable

to spray. The applica-

tion is planned to begin

Oct 3, 2011.

 
 

 

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