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Thursday, August22,2013 I., _&ala t'2 P_av, _t, am, _at l q Tri-Coun Legal Notice Welfare in effect unless amended in this ORDINANCE ADOPTING Chapter5: Public Safety Code of Ordinances, or until an CITY CODE Chapter 6: Licensed Activities ordinance adopting a fee schedule CITY OF KIMBALL Chapter 7: Assessments is adopted or amended. COUNTY OF STEARNS Chapter 8: Public Utilities Section 4. This ordinance STATE OF MINNESOTA Chapter 9: Public Property adopting the Code or Ordinances AN ORDINANCE ENACTING Chapter 10: Land Use Regula-shall be a sufficient publication A CODE OF ORDINANCES FOR tions of any ordinance included in it THE CITY OF KIMBALL, MINNE- Chapter li: Zoning Districtsand not previously published in SOTA, AMENDING, RESTATING,and District Provisions the city's official newspaper. The REVISING, UPDATING, CODI- Chapter 12: Subdivision Regu- city clerk shall cause a substan- FYING, AND COMPILING CER- lations tial quantity of the Code of Ordi- TAIN ORDINANCES OF THE CITY Section 3. All prior ordinances nances to be printed for general DEALING WITH THE SUBJECTS pertaining to subjects treated in distribution to the public at actual EMBRACED IN THE CODE OF the Code of Ordinances shall be cost, and shall furnish a copy of ORDINANCES, AND PROVIDING deemed repealed from and after the Code of Ordinances to the PENALTIES FOR THE VIOLATION the effective date of this ordi- County Law Library or its desig- OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES.nance, except as they are included nated depository. The official copy WHEREAS Minnesota Statutesand re-ordainedin whole or in part of this Code of Ordinances shall be 415.02 and 415.021 authorize in the Code of Ordinances; pro- marked and be kept in the office of the city to cause its ordinances to vided this repeal shall not affect the cityclerk. be codified and printed in abook, any offense committed or penalty Section 5. The Code of Ordi- NOW THEREFORE the City incurred, or any right established nances is declared to be prima Council of the City of" Kimball, prior to the effective date of this facieevidenceofthelawofthecity Minnesota, ordains: ordinance, nor shall this repeal and shall be received in evidence Section 1. The general ordi- affect the provisions of ordi- as provided by Minnesota Statutes nances of the city as amended, nances levying taxes; appropriat- by the courts of the State of Min- restated, revised, updated, codi- ing money; annexing or detach- nesota. fled, and compiled in book form, ing territory; establishing fran- Section 6. This ordinance including penalties for the viola- chises; granting special rights to adopting the Code of Ordinances, tions of various provisions thereof, certain persons; authorizing pub- and the Code of Ordinances itself, are adopted and shall constitute lic improvements; authorizing the shall take effect upon publication the Code of Ordinances of the City issuance of bonds or borrowing of of this ordinance in the city's offi- of Kimball. This Code of Ordi- money; authorizing the purchase cialnewspaper. nances also adopts, by reference, or sale of real or personal prop- PASSED BY THE CITY COUN- certain statutes and administra- erty; granting or accepting ease- CIL OF THE CITY OF KIMBALL, tive rules of the State of Minne- ments, plat or dedication of land MINNESOTA THIS 6TH DAY OF sota as named in the Code of Ordi- to public use; or vacating or set- AUGUST 2013 nances, ting the boundaries of streets or APPROVED: Section 2. The Code of Ordi- other public places; nor shall this (s) Tammy L. Konz nances as adopted in Section 1 repeal affect any other ordinance Mayor shallconsist of the followingtitles: of a temporary or special nature ATTESTED: Chapter 1: General Provisions or pertaining to subjects not con- (s) Nicole Pilarski Chapter2: Administration tained in or covered by the Code City Clerk Chapter 3: Departments of Ordinances. All fees established Published in the Tri-County Chapter 4: Public Health and in prior ordinances shall remain News Thursday, Aug. 22, 2013. .... i.LL!!L!![! Z~ ~ Z~ .._.....L.....~ ........ ~ ~ .... 11111 IIIi Legal Notice CityHall Council Chambers, 1 Main Block Fourteen (14), less the NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING St. N, to consider the following: South 500 feet of the Northerly 280 KIMBALL CITY COUNCIL A request by Land O'Lakes Oil feet thereof, in the Townsite (now Notice is hereby given that the Co. for a Conditional Use Permit, City) of Kimball Prairie, according Kimball City Council will hold a for their property located at 121 to the plat and survey thereof, now Public Hearing on Tuesday, Sep- Main St. S, to add 2 additional bulk on file and of record in the office of tember 3, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. or as propane storage tanks, the Stearns County Recorder. soon thereafter as possible, in the Property ID #60.34588.0000 Anyone wishing to comment on7:00 p.m. Please send to: the proposed request will be heard Kimball City Hall at this hearing or you may send Attn: City Clerk - Public Hearing your written comments, whichPO. Box238 need to be received no later than Kimball, MN 55353 Tuesday, September 3, 2013, at Property requestingConditional Legals Iso are avai www.tricountynews. Use Permit Published in the Tri-County News Thursdays, Aug. 15, 22, and 29, 2013. Legal Notice FAIR HAVEN TOWNSHIP NOTICE OF MEETING CHANGE The regular monthly meeting of the Fair Haven town board will meet on Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013, at 8:00 p.m. Leslie Rose Fair Haven Township Clerk Published in the Tri-County News Thursdays, Aug. 22 and 29, 2013. Legal Notice PUBLIC NOTICE TO THE VOTERS OF THE CITY OF EDEN VALLEY: The City of Eden Valley will conduct a Public Accuracy Test of electronic voting equipment on Thursday, September 5, 2013, at 1:30 p.m. at the Eden Valley Civic Center, 171 Cossairt Avenue West. Mona Haag Clerk/Treasurer Published in the Tri-County News Thursdays, Aug. 22, 29, and Sept. 5, 2013. Legal Notice PUBLIC NOTICE TO THE VOTERS OF Legal Notice THE CITY OF EDEN VALLEY: NOTICE TO VOTERS: A Special Election in the City of Notice is hereby given that a EdenValleytofillaVacancyonthe Special City Election of the City Eden Valley City Council is sched- of Eden Valley, in the Counties of uled for Tuesday, September 10, Meeker & Stearns, State of Min- 2013. Absentee Ballot applica- nesota, will be held on Tuesday, tions for eligible voters are avail- September 10; 2013, between able at the City Clerk's office in 12:00 noon and 8:00 p.m., at City City Hall and the City Clerk's office Hall, 171 Cossairt Avenue West, in will be open for absentee voting said City, to fill the following office from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on to-wit: Saturday, September 7, 2013, and ONE City Council for the Term Monday, September 9, 2013 until to Expire 12/31/16 5:00 p.m. Mona Haag Mona Haag Clerk/Treasurer Clerk/Treasurer Published in the Tri-County Published in the Tri-County News Thursdays, Aug. 22, 29, and News Thursdays, Aug. 22, 29, and Sept. 5, 2013. Sept. 5, 2013. Legal Notice NOTICE TO ALL CITIZENS OF THE CLEARWATER RIVER WATERSHED DISTRICT Notice is hereby given that the Board of Managers will hold a pub- lic hearing on the proposed 2014 budget for the Clearwater River Water- shed District as follows: Date: September 11, 2013 Time: 7:00 p.m. Place: Annandale Middle School, Upper Gymnasium, Annandale, Minnesota All citizens of the Clearwater River Watershed District are invited to attend the public hearing. The board will vote to approve or disapprove the budget at the hearing. GENERAL FUND ............. Budgeted Expenses General Government total .............. $153,500 Advisory Committee .................... $950 Grant Applications ..................... $5,000 Filter Strip Program .................... $7,850 Lakescaping Program ................... $2,300 Mississippi River (St. Cloud) Project .......... $2,500 Education Program .................... $5,450 Other Maintenance - Special Projects ........ $1,500 Plan/Plat Review ....................... $700 Web Site ............................ $1,550 Other Special Projects ................... $8,600 Transfers to Data Acquisition Fund ......... $36,600 Transfers to CASH P#06-10&M Fund- for the Cedar Watershed Project ........ $30,000 Transfers to CCM Riparian Fund ............ $5,000 Total General Fund ................... $261.500 Other Funds ................ Budgeted Expenses Augusta Bog Control O&M Fund ............. $100 Clearwater/Grass Bog Control O&M Fund ...... $2,000 Pleasant Lake Outlet O&M Fund ............. $575 Data Acquisition Fund+ ................ $36,600 School Section Lake Outlet O&M Fund ........ $2,010 Clearwater Chain of Lakes (1980) O&M Fund*. $253,380 CASH #06-10&M Fund+* ..............$270,835 Cedar Lake AIS Project ................. $16,100 Louisa & Marie AIS Project ............... $15,100 CCM Riparian+ ....................... $5,000 Clearwater Lake Milfoil Project ............ $37,100 Lake Augusta Milfoil Project ............... $3,555 Kimball Stormwater PH II Project* ......... $186,325 Hidden River Sewer System Fund ........... $20,340 Utility Billing Rate: $160.00/quarter Rest-A-While Sewer System Fund ............ $5,650 Utility Billing Rate: $175.00 / quarter Clearwater Harbor Sewer System Fund ....... $41,200 Utility Billing Rate: $125.00/quarter Wandering Ponds Sewer System Fund ......... $7,000 Utility Billing Rate: $175.00/quarter Total Other Funds .................... $902,870 Total All Funds ..................... $1,164,370 + denotes a fund or sub-fund receiving a transfer from the General Fund * denotes a fund receiving grant funding for a project: $111,160 for Cedar Watershed Protection & Improvement Project, $73,875 for Kim- ball Stormwater Phase II Project, $6,950 for Kingston Wetland Restoration Project and $60,000 for Targeted Fertilizer Application Reduction Project (sub-projects under the Clearwater Chain of Lakes (1980) O&M Fund). By order of the Board of Managers, Clearwater RiverWatershed District Published in the Tri-CountyNewsThursdays, Aug. 22, 29, and Sept. 5, 2013. "2