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Public notices, August 7, 2014

August 7, 2014
The Journal

PUBLISH

( July 24, 31, August

7, 14, 21, 28)

NOTICE OF

SHERIFF'S

EXECUTION SALE

NON-HOMESTEAD

PROPERTY

Under and by virtue of

an Execution issued

out of and under the

seal of the District

Court of the State of

Minnesota, in and for

the Fifth Judicial Dis-

trict and County of

Brown. On the 12th

day of March, 2014,

upon a judgment ren-

dered and docketed in

said Court and said

County in an action

therein, between

James Anderson,

Plaintiff and Randy

Danielson, Defendant

in favor of said Plaintiff

and against said De-

fendant, for the sum of

Twenty Thousand and

00/100 Dollars

($20,000.00) as ap-

pears by the judgment

roll filed in the office of

the Clerk of said Dis-

trict Court for said

County, and

WHEREAS, said judg-

ment was docketed in

said Court on the 14th

day of March, 2014, at

9:42 A.M. in the sum

of $20,000.00, is now

actually due thereon

with interest of 4% per

diem from the 12th

day of March, 2014,

and up to and including

the date of sale, and

also for all Sheriff's

fees, costs and dis-

bursements of levy

and sale,

WHEREAS, said Exe-

cution has to the Sher-

iff of said County been

duly directed and

delivered,

PLEASE TAKE NO-

TICE that I have

levied upon and will

sell at public auction to

the highest cash or

certified funds bidder,

in the lobby of said

Sheriff's office, Law

Enforcement Center,

15 South Washington

Street, New Ulm, MN

56073, on the 12th day

of September, 2014, at

10:00 o'clock am all

right, title and interest

that the above-named

judgment debtor has in

and to the real proper-

ty, hereinafter

described as follows,

to wit:

Lot 1, Block 1,

Marktplatz First Addi-

tion, Brown County,

Minnesota

Abstract Property

according to the plat

thereof on file and of

record in the office of

the County Recorder/

Registrar of Titles in

and for the said Coun-

ty.

Brown County

Sheriff's Office

15 South Washington

Street, PO Box 877

New Ulm, MN

56073-0877

Sheriff Rich Hoff-

mann

Dated: July 21, 2014

By: /s/ Jason Seidl

Deputy Sheriff (Signa-

ture)

Chief Deputy Jason

Seidl 331

Deputy Sheriff (Print-

ed) Badge #

PUBLISH

(August 7, 2014)

LEGAL NOTICE

NICOLLET COUNTY

RESIDENTS

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING ON THE

AMENDMENT

OF THE NICOLLET

COUNTY ZONING

ORDINANCE

A Public Hearing will

be held on the 18th

day of August 2014, at

8:00 p.m. at the meet-

ing of the Nicollet

County Planning and

Zoning Advisory Com-

mission in the County

Board Room in the

Nicollet County

Government Center,

Saint Peter, Minneso-

ta, for the purpose of

hearing concerns, re-

ceiving testimony, and

other information re-

garding the proposed

amendments to the

Nicollet County Zoning

Ordinance.

The following is a

summary, pursuant to

Minnesota State Sta-

tute 375.51 and Min-

nesota State Statute

331A.01, of the Sec-

tions within the Nicol-

let County Zoning Or-

dinance which may be

amended:

Section 1. Title, Re-

peals

102 Addition of

102 Repeals subsec-

tion title.

Section 2. Intent

and Purpose

201 Clarify

language.

Section 3. Rules

and Definitions

302 Clarify, add,

and remove defini-

tions, including: auto-

mobile or motor vehi-

cle reduction yard,

awning, board of ad-

justment and appeals,

bulk storage, business

day, seasonal camping

establishment,

year-round camping

establishment, camp-

ing unit, campsite,

campsite accessory

storage structure,

dependent campsite,

independent campsite,

seasonal campsite,

transient campsite,

canopy, cistern, class

V injection well, clear

cutting, selective cut-

ting, common interest

community, conditional

use, county, depart-

ment, dewatering, dis-

tilled spirits, essential

services, expansion,

extraction area, failing

systems, failure to

protect groundwater,

farm winery, felling,

flood proofing, fores-

try, garage, home oc-

cupation, hunting

shack, imminent threat

to public health, indivi-

dual sewage treatment

system, intersection

functional area, junk

yard, dog/cat com-

mercial boarding ken-

nel, dog/cat commer-

cial breeding kennel,

dog commercial guard

attack or personal pro-

tection training kennel,

dog/cat commercial

training kennel,

dog/cat kennel, land

excavation, land use

development applica-

tion, livestock waste

lagoon, logging, lot,

marque, mineral ex-

traction, mineral ex-

traction facility,

mineral extraction

operation, mineral ex-

traction operator,

mineral extraction site,

mining, notice of non-

compliance, nursing

home, obstruction,

operating permit, par-

cel, planned unit

development, planning

and zoning advisory

commission, property,

reclamation, commer-

cial recreation, recrea-

tion equipment, recrea-

tional camping area,

recreational camping

vehicle, recreational

camping vehicle addi-

tion, refuse, regional

flood, roof, roof line,

rural repair garage, rut-

ting, seasonal produce

stand, septage, sign,

abandoned sign, con-

struction sign, dynam-

ic display sign, elec-

tion sign, flashing sign,

height of sign, ideologi-

cal sign, illuminated

sign, interior sign, le-

gally established non-

conforming sign, name

plate sign, pole sign,

projecting sign, real

estate sign, roof sign,

temporary sign, wall

sign, silica sand, site,

slashings, structure,

subsurface sewage

treatment system,

timber, timber harvest-

ing, timber harvest

area, timber harvest

operation, timber har-

vest site, tract, tree

removal, travel trailer,

type V system, inoper-

able vehicle, vineyard,

warehouse, wine, forti-

fied wine, table or

sparkling wine, wine

tasting room, special

events winery, and

work day.

Section 4. General

Provisions

401 Clarify

language pertaining to

new land uses.

404 Clarify gen-

eral language.

Section 5. Adminis-

tration

501 Clarify gen-

eral language.

502 Clarify

language pertaining to

contestation of district

boundaries.

503 Add language

pertaining to use vari-

ances and

after-the-fact variance

criteria; clarify vari-

ance criteria, pro-

cedures, rough propor-

tionality, application

deadline, and applica-

tion resubmittal.

504 Clarify gen-

eral language.

505 Clarify gen-

eral language, appli-

cation resubmittal, and

application deadline.

506 Clarify gen-

eral language.

507 Add land ex-

cavation and timber

harvesting under zon-

ing permits.

Section 6. Zoning

Districts and District

Provisions

601 Clarify gram-

mar.

602 Agricultural

Preservation District

Including but not limit-

ed to: add cisterns to

permitted uses; add

recreational camping

areas, dog/cat kennel

(commercial boarding,

breeding, guard/attack,

and training), farm

wineries, and rural

repair garage to con-

ditional uses; clarify

general language and

front yard setbacks;

add tree setback for

ditches.

603 Conservancy

District

Including but not limit-

ed to: add cisterns to

permitted uses; add

recreational camping

areas, dog/cat kennel

(commercial boarding,

breeding, and training),

and farm wineries to

conditional uses; clari-

fy general language,

front yard setbacks,

and general regula-

tions; add tree setback

for ditches.

604 Urban/Rural

Residential District

Including but not limit-

ed to: add cisterns

and seasonal produce

stands to permitted

uses; remove season-

al produce stands from

conditional uses; clar-

ify general language

and front yard set-

backs; add tree set-

back for ditches.

605 Multiple Fam-

ily Urban District

Including but not limit-

ed to: add cisterns to

permitted uses; clarify

general language, front

yard setbacks, and

general regulations;

add tree setback for

ditches.

606 Highway

Business District

Including but not limit-

ed to: add cisterns

and seasonal produce

stands to permitted

uses; add recreational

camping areas to con-

ditional uses; clarify

general language and

front yard setback;

add tree setback for

ditches.

607 General Busi-

ness District

Including but not limit-

ed to: add cisterns to

permitted uses; add

recreational camping

areas to conditional

uses; clarify general

language and front

yard setback; add tree

setback for ditches.

608 Limited In-

dustry District

Including but not limit-

ed to: add cisterns to

permitted uses; clarify

general language and

front yard setbacks;

add tree setback for

ditches.

609 General In-

dustry District

Including but not limit-

ed to: add cisterns to

permitted uses; clarify

general language and

front yard setbacks;

add tree setback for

ditches.

610 Floodplain

District

Including but not limit-

ed to: clarify general

language and front

yard setbacks; add

cutting, filling or grad-

ing in excess of 10 cu-

bic yards to conditional

uses.

611 Special Pro-

tection District

Including but not limit-

ed to: add cisterns

and seasonal produce

stands to permitted

uses; add recreational

camping areas and

dog/cat kennel (com-

mercial boarding,

breeding, and training)

to conditional uses;

clarify general

language and dimen-

sional standards.

612 Rural Town-

site District

Including but not limit-

ed to: add cisterns

and seasonal produce

stands to permitted

uses; clarify general

language and front

yard setbacks; add

tree setback for

ditches.

Section 7. Perfor-

mance Standards

Including but not limit-

ed to:

702 Access

Drives, Vacated

Streets, and Traffic

Control: clarify general

language.

703 Accessory

Uses: clarify general

language.

704 Automobile

Service Standards:

clarify general

language.

705 Awnings,

Canopies, and Mar-

quees: add standards

for awnings, canopies,

and marquees.

706 Beauty

Salons: clarify general

language.

707 Bed and

Breakfast Establish-

ments: clarify general

language.

708 Bulk Storage

(Liquid): add language

pertaining to berming

and containers; add

standards for screen-

ing and compliance

with State and Federal

regulations; identify

liquid propane as a

bulk storage liquid.

709 Cemeteries:

clarify general

language.

710 Common In-

terest Communities:

clarify general

language; increase

minimum development

size from 5 to 10

acres.

712 Dwellings (In-

cluding Temporary

Dwellings): clarify

general language; add

standards for replace-

ment of existing dwel-

lings.

714 Farm

Wineries: add stan-

dards for farm

wineries, including but

not limited to,

minimum lot size, set-

backs, retail sales,

hours of operation,

special events, and

supporting documenta-

tion for applications.

715 Feedlots:

clarify general

language.

716 Floodplain:

clarify general

language.

717 Glare: clarify

general language.

718 Home Occu-

pations: clarify gen-

eral language and floor

use area; add parking

standards and stan-

dard that acreage be

contiguous.

719 Hunting

Shacks: clarify gen-

eral language.

720 Kennels:

clarify general

language; add set-

backs from existing

dwellings; add stan-

dards pertaining to

humane treatment,

shelter and exercise,

record keeping, moni-

toring, animal cruelty,

and guard dog training;

add application criteria.

721 Land Preser-

vation: clarify general

language.

722 Land Recla-

mation: clarify general

language.

Logging, Tree Remo-

val, and Woodland

Preservation - remove

section; logging and

tree removal standards

incorporated into new

Timber Harvesting

section; woodland

preservation standards

incorporated into new

Natural Vegetation

Preservation section.

723 Manufactured

Home Parks: add

language pertaining to

overload parking; clari-

fy general language.

724 Mineral Ex-

traction: incorporate

existing mining and ex-

traction standards;

clarify purpose and

general language; add

language pertaining to

permitting, terms of

permit, permit renewal,

security required, per-

mit application require-

ments, site plans, sup-

porting documentation,

recommendations, use

restrictions, and prohi-

bited activities; add

and revise standards

for access, additional

regulations, appear-

ance, blasting, clear-

ing, development

agreements, dust con-

trol and air quality, ero-

sion control, hours of

operation, impact stu-

dies and agreements,

minimum parcel size,

Minnesota River

bluffs, noise and vi-

brations, roadway dust

and debris, safety

fencing, screening bar-

riers, setbacks, sig-

nage required, topsoil,

waste disposal, water

quality monitoring, wa-

ter resources, weed

control, and reclama-

tion; clarify and add

language pertaining to

plan revisions existing

mineral extraction

operations, and tem-

porary extraction per-

mits.

Mining and Extraction:

remove section; min-

ing and extraction

standards incorporated

into new Mineral Ex-

traction section.

725 Natural Vege-

tation Preservation:

incorporate and ex-

pand existing stan-

dards from woodland

preservation section;

clarify purpose and

general language; add

language pertaining to

clear cutting, tree re-

moval, location of

structures, alternative

structure locations,

timing of tree removal,

preservation of root

zone, tree species,

and tree replacement.

726 Parking:

clarify parking space

size, parking stan-

dards for automobile

service stations and

rural repair garages,

and general language;

assign standards to

rural repair garages

and farm wineries.

727 Permitted En-

croachments and Ex-

ceptions: add mar-

quees; clarify general

language.

728 Platting/

Cluster Development:

clarify general

language.

729 Recreational

Camping Areas: add

language pertaining to

purpose, campsite ac-

cessory storage struc-

tures, electrical work,

lighting, lot size, noise,

prohibited practices,

recreational camping

vehicle additions,

roads, screening, set-

backs, sewage treat-

ment and disposal,

shelter and evacua-

tion, site identification,

swimming pools, water

supply, and inspec-

tions and records of

occupancy.

730 Refuse: clar-

ify refuse and crop

residue, responsibility

for refuse, and con-

sistency with Nicollet

County Solid Waste

Ordinance; add

language pertaining to

demolition material,

consistency with Min-

nesota Rules and, and

existing uses.

731 Relocating

Structures: clarify

general language.

732 Rural Repair

Garage: add language

pertaining to purpose,

retail sales, site plan,

adjacency to

non-agricultural dis-

tricts, parking, com-

pliance with Federal,

State and County re-

gulations, accessory

use, minimum lot size,

maximum floor use

area, setbacks, exteri-

or storage, and waste

disposal.

734 Seasonal

Produce Stands: add

language pertaining to

purpose, accessory

use, raw agricultural

produce and value ad-

ded products, site

plan, number of

stands, floor area and

height, setbacks,

hours of operation, ac-

cess, parking, sig-

nage, waste disposal,

and compliance with

Federal, State and

County regulations.

735 Sewage and

Wastewater Treat-

ment: clarify general

language; revise and

expand language per-

taining to administra-

tion, general require-

ments, SSTS stan-

dards, SSTS permit-

ting, management

plans, compliance

management, en-

forcement, septage

disposal and treat-

ment, and annual re-

porting; remove

language pertaining to

standards adopted by

reference, more res-

trictive standards,

holding tanks, posting,

department response,

SSTS requiring

management plans,

performance of SSTS

compliance inspec-

tions, new construc-

tion or replacement,

existing systems, do-

cumented discrepan-

cies, land spreading lo-

cation, and soil suita-

bility for septage ap-

plication.

736 Signs:

rewrite of original sign

section; add, expand

and clarify language

pertaining to purpose,

permits required, ex-

empted signs, prohibit-

ed signs, required

signs, advertising

signs, awning, canopy

and marquee signs,

dynamic signs, electri-

cal signs, illuminated

signs, projecting signs,

pylon signs, real

estate signs for large

projects, required

marking on signs, wall

signs, district stan-

dards, sign mainte-

nance, conforming

sign violations, non-

conforming signs, un-

safe or dangerous

signs, improvement to

public roadways, and

sign removal.

737 Telecom-

munication Towers:

clarify general

language.

738 Timber Har-

vesting: incorporate

and expand existing

standards from logging

and tree removal sec-

tion; revise and ex-

pand purpose; clarify

general language; add

language pertaining to

permit required, ex-

emptions, security re-

quired, permit appli-

cation, site plans, res-

toration plans, refer-

rals, prohibited activi-

ty, general standards,

Minnesota Department

of Natural Resources,

tree caliper, preserva-

tion of root zones,

wildfires, marking of

harvest area boun-

daries, restoration

standards, slashings

and other refuse, soil

erosion and sediment

control, and fragile na-

tural conditions.

Section 8. Enforce-

ment

809 Clarify gen-

eral language.

810 Clarify gen-

eral language.

Section 9. Separa-

bility, Supremacy,

and Effective Date

903 Add effective

date.

PUBLISH

( August 7, 2014)

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

ACCURACY TEST

Cottonwood Township

will test the electronic

voting machine to be

used for the vote tabu-

lation in the Primary

Election to be held on

August 12, 2014, on

August 11, 2014 at

6:00 pm. This test will

be conducted at the

Cottonwood Township

Town Hall. The public

is invited to attend.

Lisa Leskey,

Cottonwood Township

Clerk

 
 

 

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