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New public notices published in the issue of June 28, 2010
CITY OF DELANONOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGCONDITIONAL USE PERMIT FOR LANDSCAPE STRUCTURES
Notice is hereby given that the Delano Planning Commission will hold a public hearing at 7:00 PM or soon thereafter on Monday, July 12, 2010 at Delano City Hall located at 234 2nd Street North to take public comment concerning the proposed development permits for Landscape Structures Inc. including a conditional use permit per Section 51.03, Subd. J, land filling in excess of 400 cubic yards, and a site and building plan review for the construction of a 30,000 square foot industrial building on property legally described as:
Lot 001, Block 001, Landscape Structures Addition, Delano, Minnesota
PID No. 107064001010
All interested persons are invited to attend the meeting and will be afforded the opportunity to voice an opinion during the public hearing.
Marlene E. Kittock
Delano City Clerk
Published in the Delano Herald Journal June 28, 2010.

CITY OF DELANONOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGZONING ORDINANCE AMENDMENT
Notice is hereby given that the Delano Planning Commission will hold a public hearing at 7:00 PM or soon thereafter on Monday, July 12, 2010 at Delano City Hall located at 234 2nd Street North to take public comment on a Zoning Ordinance amendment to Section 51.03, Subd. C.3.g, Exterior Building Elevation Exceptions, to allow exceptions to the B-2 exterior building architectural standards.
All interested persons are invited to attend the meeting and will be afforded the opportunity to voice an opinion during the public hearing.
Marlene E. Kittock
Delano City Clerk
Published in the Delano Herald Journal June 28, 2010.

CITY OF MONTROSE COUNTY OF WRIGHT STATE OF MINNESOTA ORDINANCE NO. 2010- 03ORDINANCE PROHIBITING LURKING, LOITERING AND PROWLING
THE MONTROSE CITY COUNCIL, WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA ORDAINS AS FOLLOWS:
Section 1. Purpose and Applicability.
This ordinance is hereby established in order to prohibit the lurking, loitering and prowling in the City of Montrose (“City”) or to create circumstances to cause alarm
Section 2. Prohibition
A person must not lurk, loiter or prowl in any place, at a time or in a manner not usual for law abiding individuals, under circumstances that warrant alarm for the safety of persons or property in the vicinity.
Section 3. Circumstances causing alarm.
Among the circumstances that may be considered in determining whether alarm is warranted is the fact that the person or persons take flight upon the appearance of a deputy, refuse to identify themselves, endeavors to conceal him/herself or an object, that damage to persons or property have occurred in the past in the area where the person or persons are lurking loitering or prowling, or whether the persons have been previously advised by a Deputy not to lurk, loiter, or prowl at the same location under similar circumstances.
Section 4. Authority to detain.
A police officer may stop and briefly detain a person suspected of violating paragraph 1 if the person’s behavior reasonably causes suspicion of criminal activity. The deputy’s reasonable suspicion must be based on objective, articuable facts and reasonable inferences drawn from all the circumstances surrounding the person’s behavior.
Section 5. Opportunity to dispel alarm.
Unless flight by the person or other circumstances make it impracticable, a police officer must, prior to any arrest or issuing of a citation for a violation of paragraph 1, allow the person to dispel any alarm which otherwise be warranted by requesting him or her to identify him/herself and explain his/her presence and conduct. An explanation of the person’s presence and conduct will be sufficient to dispel alarm if it shows that the person was engaging in lawful activity consistent with his/her actions and all of the circumstances surrounding his/her behavior, and that the explanation is reasonable and believable to the Deputy based upon his experience with the persons or location in question.
Section 5. Requisites for conviction.
A person may not be convicted of violating paragraph 1 if:
1. no Deputy gave the person the opportunity provided in subdivision 4 to dispel the alarm created by his/her actions; or
2. the finder-of-fact determines that the Deputy should have accepted the person’s explanation as sufficient to dispel alarm.
Section 6. Loitering: Intent to Commit Crime
A person must not in any public or private place lurk, loiter, prowl, lie in wait or be concealed with intent to commit any act prohibited by law.
Section 7. Effective Date.
This ordinance shall take effect from and after its passage and publication.
Motion was made and seconded to adopt the above Ordinance by Resolution No. 2010 - 03.
ADOPTED by the Montrose City Council this 14th day of June, 2010.
CITY OF MONTROSE
Andy Kauffman, Mayor
Barbara C. Thwing-Swanson
Administrator/Clerk-Treasurer
Published in the Delano Herald Journal June 28, 2010.


The following information represents the annual disclosure of Tax Increment Districts for the year ended December 31, 2009.

TIF District Name: TIF 1
Current net tax capacity $27,380
Original net tax capacity $660
Captured net tax capacity $26,720
Principal and interest payments due in 2010 $16,670
Tax increment received in 2009 $23,015
Tax increment expended in 2009 $17,085
Month and year of first tax increment receipt 7/2004
Date of required decertification 12/31/2029

Additional information regarding this district may be obtained from Cindy Patnode, City Clerk, PO Box 207, Loretto, MN 55357; 763-479-4305; or cpatnode@ci.loretto.mn.us.
Published in the Delano Herald Journal June 28, 2010.