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Public notices, Oct. 9, 2012

October 9, 2012
The Journal

PUBLISH

(October 2, 9, 2012)

NOTICE OF HEAR-

ING ON FINAL SPE-

CIAL ASSESSMENT

ROLL

NOTICE IS HEREBY

given that the City

Council will hold a pub-

lic hearing on Tues-

day, October16, 2012

at 5:00 p.m. at the

Council Chambers in

City Hall, 100 North

Broadway in the City

of New Ulm, Minneso-

ta, and consider adop-

tion of the final special

assessment prepared

by the City Manager to

defray the cost of the

following improve-

ments:

FINAL ASSESSMENT

ROLL FOR THE 2011

UTILITY, STREET

AND ALLEY IM-

PROVEMENT

GROUP I

The improvements

constructed on this

project that are being

specially assessed at

this time are as fol-

lows:

1. Minnesota Street

from 12th North

Street to 16th North

Street Reconstruc-

tion of the existing-

water main, sanitary

sewer main, sewer

and water end ser-

vices, and recon-

struction of the exist-

ing roadway section in-

cluding excavation and

replacement of

subgrade, pavement

edge drains, aggregate

base, bituminous pav-

ing, concrete curb and

gutter, concrete drive-

way pavement, pedes-

trian sidewalk ramps,

street lighting and

selective replacement

of concrete sidewalk.

2. Minnesota Street

from 3rd South

Street to 7th South

Street Reconstruc-

tion of the existing wa-

ter main, sanitary

sewer main, sewer

and water end ser-

vices, and recon-

struction of the exist-

ing roadway section in-

cluding excavation and

replacement of sub

grade, pavement edge

drains, aggregate

base, bituminous pav-

ing, concrete curb and

gutter, concrete drive-

way pavement, pedes-

trian sidewalk ramps,

street lighting and

selective replacement

of concrete sidewalk.

3. Minnesota Street

from 16th South

Street to 20th South

Street Reconstruc-

tion of the existing

roadway section in-

cluding excavation and

replacement of sub

grade, pavement edge

drains, aggregate

base, bituminous pav-

ing, and selective re-

placement of concrete

curb and gutter and

concrete driveway

pavement.

4. 18th South Street

from Broadway to

Minnesota Street

Reconstruction of the

existing roadway sec-

tion including excava-

tion and replacement

of subgrade, pavement

edge drains, aggregate

base, bituminous pav-

ing and selective re-

placement of concrete

curb and gutter and

concrete driveway

pavement.

5. 19th South Street

from Broadway to

Minnesota Street

Reconstruction of the

existing roadway sec-

tion including excava-

tion and replacement

of subgrade, pavement

edge drains, aggregate

base, bituminous pav-

ing and selective re-

placement of concrete

curb and gutter and

concrete driveway-

pavement.

6. Jefferson Street

from Center Street to

6th South Street

Reconstruction of the

existing water main,

sanitary sewer main,

sewer and water end

services, storm sewer

extension, and recon-

structionof the existing

roadway section in-

cluding excavation and

replacement of

subgrade, pavement

edgedrains, aggregate

base, bituminous pav-

ing, concrete curb and

gutter, concrete drive-

way pavement, pedes-

trian sidewalk ramps,

street lighting and

selective replacement

of concrete sidewalk.

7. 4th South Street

from Payne Street to

Franklin Street

Reconstruction of the

existing water main,

water end services,

reconstruction of the

existing roadway sec-

tion including excava-

tion and replacement

of subgrade, pavement

edge drains, aggregate

base, bituminous pav-

ing and selective re-

placement of concrete

curb and gutter and

concrete driveway

pavement.

8. 5th South Street

from Payne Street to

Jefferson Street

Reconstruction of the

existing roadway sec-

tion including excava-

tion and replacement

of subgrade, aggregate

base, bituminous pav-

ing, storm sewer

reconstruction and

selective replacement

of concrete curb and

gutter and concrete

driveway pavement.

9. 6th South Street

from Valley Street to

Front Street Recon-

struction of the exist-

ing roadway section in-

cluding excavation and

replacement of

subgrade, subgrade

correction, aggregate

base, bituminous pav-

ing and selective re-

placement of concrete

curb and gutter and

concrete driveway-

pavement.

10. 12th South Street

from Valley Street to

Front Street Recon-

struction of the exist-

ing roadway section in-

cluding excavation and

replacement of

subgrade, subgrade

correction, pavement

edge drains, aggregate

base, bituminous pav-

ing and selective re-

placement of concrete

curb and gutter and

concrete driveway

pavement.

2011 Utility, Street

and Alley

Improvement -

Group I Cost Sum-

mary

Total Cost

$3,224,399

Amount Proposed To

Be Assessed

$710.495

The proposed assess-

ment rolls are on file

for public inspection at

the City Finance

Director's office.

Written or oral objec-

tions will be con-

sidered at the public

hearing. No appeal

may be taken as to

the amount of an as-

sessment unless a

signed, written objec-

tion is filed with the Fi-

nance Director prior to

the hearing or present-

ed to the presiding off-

icer at the hearing.

After the public hearing

the City Council may

adopt the proposed

special assessment

roll. You will have 30

days from the adoption

date to pay the entire

final special assess-

ment amount without

interest to the Brown

County

Auditor-Treasurer's Of-

fice. After such time,

you may pay to the

County Auditor the en-

tire amount of the as-

sessment remaining

unpaid, plus the in-

terest accrued to De-

cember 31st of the

year in which such

payment is made.

Such payment to the

County must be made

before November 15th

or interest will be

charged through De-

cember 31st of the

succeeding year. The

unpaid balance of any

assessment will be

levied by Brown Coun-

ty and will be collected

as an assessment on

your property tax

statement over a ten

(10) year period along

with a 3.95% percent

simple interest charge

on the unpaid balance.

An owner may appeal

an assessment to dis-

trict court pursuant to

Minnesota Statutes

Section 429.081 by

serving notice of the

appeal upon the Mayor

or Finance Director of

the of the City within

30 days after the

adoption of the as-

sessment and filing

such notice with the

district court within ten

days after service

upon the Mayor or Fi-

nance Director.

Under Minnesota Sta-

tutes 435.193 to

435.195 the Council

may, in its discretion,

defer the payment of

this special assess-

ment for any home-

stead property owned

by a person 65 years

of age or older for

whom it would be a

hardship to make

these payments.

When deferment of the

special assessment

has been granted and

is terminated for any

reason provided by

law, all amounts accu-

mulated plus applica-

ble interest become

due. Any assessed

property owner meet-

ing the requirements of

this law and City Code

Section 2.80 adopted

under it may, within 30

days of the confirma-

tion of the assessment

apply to the Finance

Director on such forms

as are prescribed by

the County Auditor for

such deferral of pay-

ment of this special

assessment on his

property.

Question regarding the

proposed assessment

should be directed to

the City Engineer's Of-

fice at (507)359-8380.

Dated at New Ulm,

Minnesota this18th

day of September

2012

Reginald K. Vorwerk

Finance Director

PUBLISH

(October 2, 9 2012)

NOTICE OF HEAR-

ING ON PROPOSED

ASSESSMENT

NOTICE IS HEREBY

GIVEN that a public

hearing will be held by

the City Council of the

City of New Ulm at

the Council Chambers

in the City Hall, 100

North Broadway Street

in said City at 5:00

p.m. on Tuesday, Oc-

tober 16, 2012, to

pass upon the pro-

posed assessment

prepared by the City

Manager to defray the

cost of the following

improvements:

$320.00 Lot 1, Blk 181

So. of Center Weed

removal 2012

$320.00 Lots 1-6, Blk

65 So. of Center Weed

removal 2012

$430.00 Lot 1, Blk 94

No. of Center Weed

removal 2012

$375.00 Lot 12, Blk

176 No. of Center

Weed removal 2012

$305.00 .53 AC, Outlot

A Supercenter Sq.

Addtn. Blvd only Weed

removal 2012

$265.00 Lot 6, Blk 147

So. of Center Weed

removal 2012

$320.00 Lot 4, Blk 132

So. of Center Weed

removal 2012

2012 Weed Removal

Charges

The proposed assess-

ment rolls are on file

for public inspection at

the City Finance

Department. The fol-

lowing is a summary

of the costs of these

improvements:

2012 Weed Removal

Charges

Total Cost

$2,335.00

To Be Assessed

$2,355.00

Written or oral objec-

tions will be con-

sidered at the meeting.

No appeal may be tak-

en as to the amount of

an assessment unless

a signed, written ob-

jection is filed with the

Finance Director prior

to the hearing or

presented to the

presiding officer at the

hearing.

After the public hearing

the City Council may

adopt the proposed

special assessment

roll. You will have 30

days from the adoption

date to pay the entire

final special assess-

ment amount to the

City Finance Depart-

ment. After such time,

you may pay to the

County Auditor the en-

tireamount of the as-

sessment remaining

unpaid. The unpaid

balance of any as-

sessment will belevied

by Brown County and

will be collected as an

assessment on your

property tax sta-

tementthe following

year.

An owner may appeal

an assessment to dis-

trict court pursuant to

Minnesota Statutes

Section 429.081 by

serving notice of the

appeal upon the Mayor

or Finance Director of

the City within 30 days

after the adoption of

the assessment and

filing such notice with

the district court within

ten days after service

upon the Mayor or Fi-

nance Director. Under

Minnesota Statutes,

Sections 435.193 to

435.195, the Council

may, in its discretion,

defer the payment of

this special assess-

ment for any home-

stead property owned

by a person 65 years

of age or older for

whom it would be a

hardship to make the

payments. When

deferment of the spe-

cial assessment has

been granted and is

terminated for any rea-

son provided by law,

all amounts accumu-

lated plus applicable

interest become due.

Any assessed property

owner meeting the re-

quirements of this law

and City Code Section

2.80 adopted under it

may, within 30 days of

the confirmation of the

assessment, apply to

the Finance Director

on such forms as are

prescribed by the

County Auditorfor such

deferral of payment of

this special assess-

ment on his property.

BY ORDER OF THE

CITY COUNCIL

Dated at New Ulm,

Minnesota this 18th

day of September

2012.

Reginald K. Vorwerk

Finance Director

www.ci.new-ulm.mn.us

 
 

 

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