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to consider making his operatiol portable so it can be taken to th, storage building in Westbrook fo the purpose of shredding and halinl the newspaper stored there. Ling beak will report back to the Board Motion by Einertson, second }ungas, unanimous vote to approve using a better grade white sidinl than originally quoted on the insid, of the storage building in Westbrool since the second grade siding canno be found. Larson reported that the Count] Highway Deportment will be repair ing the railroad crossing on 12tl Street in Windom. Laraon presented an Easen n for property along C.S.A.H. 20. Thi: agreement was between Richard C and Uvonne Y. Van Heckes, Rodn~. Maguire, Red,wood County and Cot tonwood County allowing a conw II gram will reimburse Bud's expens- crease Linda White's salary to the es. attain rate of Grade Level 5 of the A lease was received from U.S. Salary Matrix pursuant to the Stipu- NOTICE OF GENERAL West for the building which thelation reached between the Court Hock also talked about the county will be renting starting Octo- administrator's office and the Board $5,000 cost-share grant received bar 1. McDonald listed some chang- of Commissioners on April 19,To the electors of the Township of Hell OFFICL4JL PUBLICATION from the Board of Water and Soil es and additions he would recom- 1990. County of Murray, State of l i Jl ines Cottonwood County, Minn. Resources for sealing abondoned mend. Storey will contact U.S. West ~ being no further business, regarding these changes. September 23, 1990 wells in the Red Rock Rural the meeting was adjourned at 6:15 Notice is hereby given that a General ! The following proceedings are a water field. Motion by Nelsen, Mielke announced that Schaap p m. will be held in the election precinct of tl summary of the official minutes era second by Jungas, unanimous roll Moving Service of Worthington will s/Kenneth EIg, tapering of the Cottonwood Coun~ call vote to pass a Resolution move the Assessor's and Recorder's Chairman named townshipatthe town hall in said Board of Commissioners. The rid1 approvin8 the Brant agreenZenL offices to the U.S. West building s/Joy Storey, on Tuesday, the 6th day of November, 1 text of the minutes are available for Hoek is pre~,ndy workingstarting October 19 at a cost eatS- Recording Secretary public inspection during normal with David Thompson, Fjzviron- mate ot" $500. ATTEST: s/W. R Mielke, which the polls will be open from the McDonald presented a BusinessCounty Auditor 10 a.m. to the hour of 8 p.m. business hours in CommissioMrsmental Officer, on an ordinance Property Lease which he drafted Room 5 and in the Office of the regulating tree plantings along between the county and the City of /~;|1 Cowffy Auditor, both located in the roadways. Co.onwood Co.ty Coartho= Given under my hand this 22nd day of Windom, M/.M. Clark reported on the educa- Westbrook for the storage building tional programs of the Soil and which will be used for recyclables. LaMoine Meyer, Clerk Water Conservation Office. Commissioner Nelsen will present The Cottonwood County BoardMoreaureported that SOil and the lease to the City for their review. Town of Holly No action was taken. Cottonwood and of Commissioners met in regularWater is hoping to have a new ' ' . session on Tuesday, September 25, soil survey done in the county in Mielke presented a Cottonwood Redwood County County Solid Waste Management 1990, at 1:00 p.m at the Courth(m~ the next few years. The last one Service Fee Ordinance outlining ADA meetings ,=,t A!t in Windom, MN. Present were Corn- wu done in the early 1970s. The missioners Kenneth Elg, Keith Mad- cost of doing this mxrvey is un- how the county can impose a service son, MarloweNelsen, FrankC. Jua- known at this time. Moreau will charge for solid waste, household NOTICE OF hazardous waste and ground water gas, and Marvin Einexl~ County keep the Board informed, ikl management services on the real GENERAL ELECTIO Auditor W. R. Mielke; County At- Tom Wells, Wells Bus Ser- estate tax statements. The Board was The Cottonwood County ':y torney Daniel McDonald; and Corn- vice, Jackson, Mn. was present to instructed to look it over and if there American Dairy Association missioners' Secretary Joy Storey. say that he would like to cooper- are no objections or questions, the (ADA) will hold its annual meetingTO all citizens of WESTBROOK TOWN Chairman Elg called themeeting ate with the County's transit sys- ordinance will be published in the Friday, November 16, 1990, II:30 in the county of Cottonwood, state to order, tam and would be willing to bid Marlin Larson, Solid Waste Of-on fuUtre charter trips that the paper, a.m. The meeting will begin with a Minnesota, who are qualifiedtovot#]a ricer, and Gary Lingbeek, rural county may be setting up. Mielke told the Board about dinner at Club 71 in Windom. The Comfrey,were present to talk about Dial-Net Systems which is a long Redwood County American Dairy General Elections are hereby notified Lingbeek s proposal for shreddinl Tim Jenniges, Department of distance reseller offering to provide Association (ADA) will hold its the polls will be open at Westbrook l this service to Cottonwood County annual meeting Wednesday, and baling the county's newspaper Natural Resources, was present to at a large savings. A representative November 14, 1990, 11:30 a.m onTuesday, November 6, 1990 betwee hisLingbeekfarm site.is startinguntil Lingbeekthis busineSSproca informl, 1990, the D.N.R. will no longer bathe Board that effective July of Dial-Net will be meeting with The meeting will begin with a hours of 10:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m. of the sam eases his fh'st batch of paper, lu providing a service to dispose of department heads to explain the dinner at St. Matthews in Wabasso. 'ii 5 cannot give any cost estimates. I nuisance beaver and dams. Landow- system on September 28. No action ADA invites all dairy farmers in was the consensus of the Board t net's are allowed to destroy beaver was taken, the counties and their spouses to Lee Bakken provide 20 ton of newspaper t causing damage to their property. Motion by Madson, second by take part in these dinners and Clerk of Westbrook Township Lingheek so he can proceu it am The D.N.R. will issue permits to Einertson, unanimous vote to ap- meetings. come back to the Board with a cos trappers who can trap for anyone prove an abatement of $617.88 to Following dinner, ADA analysis. The Board asked Lingbeel who requests iL Brian Woizeschke of Dale Town- Program Consultant, Bruce Cottington, will present a video Motion by Madson, second by ship for a homestead credit he did not receive. Einertson, unanimous vote to ap- prove payment to Travel Southwest Motion by Einertson, second by Minnesota in the sum of $1,400 as a Madson, unanimous vote to transfer three year commitment continsent Alice Koep's salary and benefits upon the other eight counties giving from the Court Administrator's the same amount, budget to the County Recorder's David Thompson, Environmen- budget effective September I, 1990. tal Officer, discussed remdts of a - Mielke informed the Board what survey returned from the Cotton- a bill from Bauer Decoradn8 of wood Lake residents regarding an- Windom in the amount of $520 was nexatiom Also present was Mr. and for. Part of the bill was for valances Mrs. Harold Caviness who live at which were not part of the original Cottonwood Lake. They opposed quote An additional amount was for annexation and felt the county eight mini-blinds which were not should do more checking into the ordered originally. This was due to real feelings of the Cottonwood an oversighL After somediscussion, there was a motion by Einenson, Lake residents regarding annexa- tion. There were 38 of the 43 second by Madson, unanimous vote surveys returned. Thompmm in- to approve payment of the $520 bill formed the Board that it would cost if Bauer would consent to finishing approximately $1,700 to do a feasi- one yet unfinished window on the bility study. No action was taken, upper floor of the courthouse at his structure to be built on Pelt Creel Motion by Jungas, second by own expense. Mielke will check for the purpose of slowin8 tb Msdson, unanimous vote to approve with Bauer. charge of waters through the creek payment of a bill in thz amount of Motion by Madson, second by Chairman EIg and the Audito $1,940 to Northwest Associates for Einertson, unanimous vote to ap- signed the Easement. ~ the shoreland ordinance prove severance pay to Bennie Thompson's severance pay wu based on 1985 figures, which is when he officially retired. Motion by Madson, second by Einertson, unanimous vote to in- NL M. Wiem, County Trea- surer, presented two Resolutions for the Board's consideration. Motion by Nelsen, second by EInertson, unanimous roll call vote to pass the Resolution au- thorizing the Treasurer to desig- nate depositories. The depositor- ies in Cottonwood County are the Southwest State Bank in Win- recommended by the Planning and Thompson in the sum of $4,624.61. Zoning Board. Present to discuss landfarming of petroleum contaminated rail were Eugene Voehage and Jack Wright, landowners, and Pat Costello, Attor- ney from Lakefield. Costello re- quested that the Board pass a Reso- lution approving landfarming of contaminated soil in the county. program entitled "Working Together Makes the Difference." In addition, a director from the Minnesota Dairy Promotion Council and a state ADA Board member will update dairy farmers on Minnesota promotion programs. The meeting will then be open for general discussion and questions. Local county board elections will precede adjournment. Current representatives of Region 9 serving on the Minnesota Dairy Promotion Council Board are: Robert Griebel, New Ulm and David Schwartz, Slayton. Elected to the State ADA Board from Region 9 are: Donald Glamm, New Ulm and David Schwartz, Slayton. Current board members of the Cottonwood County ADA are: Chairperson, Brad Gertner, Westbrook; Vice Chair, Allan Baevg, Windom; Secretary, Louis Reamers, Heron Lake; Treasurer, Marlin Zinke, Bingham Lake; Delegate, Maynard Bayer, Lamberton and Brad Gertner, Westbrook; Alternate, Dean Johnson, Heron Lake and Rich Mullen, Comfrey. To all citizens of NORTH HERO in the county of Redwood, state of who are qualified to vote at General are hereby notified that the polls will | open at Walnut Grove Fire Hall on Tuesday, November 6, 1990 between hours of 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. of the same Darold Horning, Clerk NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION To all citizens of ANN TOWNSHIP county of Cottonwood, state of who are qualified to vote at Elections, are hereby notified that