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New public notices published in the issue of July 28, 2014

City of Loretto
Notice State Primary Election
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a State Primary Election will be conducted in the City of Loretto, in the County of Hennepin, State of Minnesota, on Tuesday, August 12, 2014, between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. at Loretto City Hall Council Chambers, 279 N. Medina Street, Loretto.
The following is a list of all offices and questions on the ballot:
US Senator
Governor & Lt. Governor
Secretary of State
State Auditor
Attorney General
Judge – 4th District Court 43
Judge – 4th District Court 61.
Mary K. Schneider
City Clerk Treasurer
Published in the Delano Herald Journal July 28 and Aug. 4, 2014.

City of Loretto
Notice of Public Accuracy Test
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public accuracy test to demonstrate the accuracy of the computer programs and voting systems to be used at the State Primary Election on August 12th, will be conducted at the Loretto City Hall Council Chambers, 279 N. Medina St. at 10:00 a.m. on August 6th, 2014. This public accuracy test is open to the general public.
Mary K. Schneider
City Clerk Treasurer
Published in the Delano Herald Journal July 28, 2014.

FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP
Notice of Electronic Voting System
Public Accuracy Test (PAT)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Thursday, July 31, 2014 at 4:00 p.m. the Electronic Voting System Public Accuracy Test will be conducted at the Franklin Township Hall located one mile south of the Delano Dairy Queen-8735 on Wright County Road #16. This test is to insure the integrity of the State Primary Election that will be held on Tuesday, August 12, 2014. The public is invited to view this test.
Denise Olson, Clerk/Treasurer
Published in the Delano Herald Journal July 28, 2014.

O-14-08
CITY OF DELANO
AMENDS ORDINANCE O-13-01
AMENDING AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING CERTAIN PROPERTY ABUTTING THE CITY OF DELANO
SECTION 1. Whereas the City of Delano adopted Ordinance Number 0-13-01 an Ordinance annexing land located in Franklin Township, Wright County, Minnesota pursuant to Minnesota Statute §414.033 Subdivision 2(3) permitting annexation by ordinance.
SECTION 2. Whereas said annexation has been approved by the Minnesota Office of Administrative Hearings as docket number A-7851.
SECTION 3. Whereas said annexation has been recorded by the Wright County Recorder as Document Number A1249931 and recorded on October 16, 2013 at 11:15am.
SECTION 4. Whereas said annexation included property owned by the City, which property abuts a cemetery owned by the Church of St. Peter in Franklin Township.
SECTION 5. Whereas, after the approval of the annexation, the City of Delano transferred to the Church of St. Peter a portion of the annexed property abutting the cemetery owned by the Church of St. Peter for cemetery use, which transfer was recorded as document A1252964 dated November 27, 2013.
SECTION 6. Whereas the portion of the annexed property which was transferred to the Church of St. Peter should not have been annexed.
SECTION 7. Therefore be it resolved that the City of Delano hereby amends Ordinance No. 0-13-01 by deleting Exhibit A and replacing it with Exhibit A-1, which amendment revises the legal description of the annexation to exclude the parcel transferred to the Church of St. Peter by document no. A1252964.
SECTION 8. All other terms and conditions as set forth in Ordinance 0-13-01 shall remain in full force and effect expect the legal description which is herein amended.
SECTION 9. The Ordinance shall be published in accordance with law.
ADOPTED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF DELANO MINNESOTA THIS 15TH DAY OF JULY.
/s/ Dale Graunke, Mayor Attest: /s/ Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk
Motion By: Jack Russek
Seconded By: Betsy Stolfa
Graunke: Aye
Schansberg: Aye
Stolfa: Aye
Russek: Aye
Vick: Aye
EXHIBIT A-1
The East Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 3, Township 118, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota, except the West 297.00 feet of the South 375.00 feet thereof
AND
That part of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 10, Township 118, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota, that lies Northerly of the centerline of 72nd Street Southeast, except the West 297.00 feet of the North 644.72 feet thereof.
AND
The North 773.66 feet of the West Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 3, Township 118, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota.
EXCEPT
The East 543.00 feet of the Southeast Quarter of Section 3, Township 118, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota.
AND EXCEPT
That part of the East 543.00 feet of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter that lies North of the Centerline of Southeast 72nd Street of Section 10, Township 118, Range 25, Wright County Minnesota.
AND EXCEPT
The South 17.50 feet of the North 662.22 feet of the West 297.00 feet of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 10, Township 118, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota.
Published in the Delano Herald Journal July 28, 2014.

O-14-07
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE DELANO ZONING AND LAND USE CODE SECTION 51.03, GENERAL PROVISIONS REGULATING HOME OCCUPATIONS
THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF DELANO ORDAINS:
Section 1. Section 51.03 General Provisions, Subdivision H, Home Occupations of the Delano Zoning and Land Use Code is hereby amended to repeal the strikeouts and add the following underlined text:
Subd. H. Home Occupations.
1. Purpose. The Delano Zoning Ordinance establishes a variety of zoning districts that attempt to segregate incompatible land use patterns and established homogenous land uses within neighborhoods. In establishing residential districts, the intent is to provide attractive living environments that allow property owners and tenants the quiet enjoyment of their property and neighborhood. The purpose of this subdivision is to provide a means through the establishment of specific standards and procedures by which home occupations can be conducted in residential neighborhoods without jeopardizing the health, safety and general welfare of the surrounding neighborhood.
2. Application. Subject to the non-conforming use provision of this section, all occupations conducted in the home shall comply with the provisions of this subdivision. This subdivision shall not be construed, however, to apply to home occupations accessory to farming.
3. Procedures and Permits.
a. Permitted Home Occupation. Home offices, as defined in section 51.02, are permitted accessory uses in each residential district of this Zoning Ordinance and are exempt from home occupation regulations. Any other home occupation, as defined in this Ordinance, shall require a “home occupation permit.” Such permits shall be issued subject to the conditions of this subdivision, other applicable City ordinances and State law. Application for the home occupation permit shall be accompanied by a fee as established by City ordinance. The permit may be issued by the Zoning Administrator or his agent based upon proof of compliance with the provisions of this chapter. No public hearing shall be required for home occupation permit applications. Any permit issued shall remain in force and effect until such time as there has been a change in conditions or until the permit expires, as established in subdivision d. Applicants may seek renewal of permits as provided in subdivision h of this section. If an application is denied or approved by the Zoning Administrator with conditions objectionable to the applicant, the applicant may appeal the administrative decision to the City Council as outlined in Section 51.02, Subd. D.2 of this Ordinance. The City Council shall make a final decision on whether or not the permit holder is entitled to an initial permit and subsequent renewals or amend the conditions of approval of the home occupation permit.
c. Declaration of Conditions. The Zoning Administrator may impose such conditions on the granting of a home occupation permit as may be necessary of this subdivision.
d. Effect of Permit. A home occupation permit may be issued for a period of one (1) year after which the permit may be reissued for periods of up to three (3) years each. Each application for permit renewal shall, however, be processed in accordance with the procedural requirements of the initial home occupation permit.
e. Transferability. Permits shall not run with the land and shall not be transferable. Permits shall expire upon the date of sale of the home.
f. Lapse of Home Occupation Permit by Non-Use. Whenever within one
(1) year after granting a permit the use as permitted by the permit shall not have been initiated, then such permit shall become null and void unless a petition for extension of time in which to complete the work has been granted by the Zoning Administrator. Such extension shall be required in writing and filed with the Zoning Administrator at least thirty (30) days before the expiration of the original permit. There shall be no charge for the filing of such petition. The request for extension shall state facts showing a good faith attempt to initiate the use.
g. Reconsideration. Whenever an application for a permit has been considered and denied by the Zoning Administrator or the City Council, a similar application for a permit affecting substantially the same property shall not be considered again by the Zoning Administrator for at least six (6) months from the date of its denial unless a decision to reconsider such matter is made by not less than a majority vote of the full City Council.
h. Renewal of Permits. An applicant shall not have a vested right to a permit renewal by reason of having obtained a previous permit. In applying for and accepting a permit, the permit holder agrees that his monetary investment in the home occupation will be fully amortized over the life of the permit and that a permit renewal will not be needed to amortize the investment. Each application for the renewal of a permit will be considered as a new permit without taking into consideration that a previous permit has been granted. The previous granting or renewal of a permit shall not constitute a precedent or basis for the renewal of a permit.
4. Requirements - General Provisions. All home occupations shall comply with the following general provisions and according to definition, the applicable requirement provisions.
a. General Provisions.
1) All permitted home occupations shall be conducted entirely within the principal dwelling and may not be conducted in detached accessory buildings or attached garages.
2) The floor area utilized in a home occupation shall not exceed 20 percent of the gross floor area of a principal dwelling or 400 square feet, whichever is less.
3) Any home occupation shall be clearly incidental and secondary to the residential use of the premises, should not change the residential character thereof, and shall result in no incompatibility or disturbance to the surrounding residential uses.
4) No home occupation shall require internal or external alterations or involve construction features not customarily found in dwellings or that alter the use of the home for residential purposes, except where required to comply with local and state fire and police recommendations.
5) The home occupation shall meet all applicable fire and building codes.
6) No home occupation shall produce light, glare, noise, odor or vibration that will in any way have an objectionable effect upon adjacent or nearby property.
7) No equipment shall be used in the home occupation which will create electrical interference to surrounding properties.
8) There shall be no exterior storage of equipment or materials used in the home occupation, nor production assembly nor outdoor sales and service, except personal automobiles used in the home occupation may be parked on the site.
9) There shall be no exterior display or exterior signs or interior display or interior signs which are visible from outside the dwelling.
10) No home occupation shall be conducted between the hours of 10:00 PM and 6:00 AM unless said occupation is contained entirely within the principal building and will not require any on-street parking facilities.
11) Home occupation businesses are limited to no more than one full time or regular employee on premises other than those who constantly reside on the premises.
12) Customer service conducted on the premises of the home occupation must be arranged by appointment only. No drive-up business is allowed. No sale of products or merchandise shall occur on the lot or within any structures or buildings on the lot, except as may be conducted through the use of the U.S. mail, commercial delivery services by a vehicle no larger than a step van, or by taking and ordering delivery of orders by telephone or Internet sales.
13) Permitted home occupations shall not create a parking demand in excess of that which can be accommodated in an existing driveway, where no vehicle is parked closer than fifteen (15) feet from the curb line or edge of paved surface.
14) Delivery services may serve a home occupation provided any delivery vehicle is no larger than a step van. Shipping and delivery by semi truck or similar vehicle is prohibited.
b. Permitted home occupations include, but are not limited to, state licensed family daycare, personal services, art studio, dressmaking, secretarial services, photographic studio, professional offices, teaching with musical, dancing and other instruction, and similar uses.
c. Prohibited Home Occupations shall include:
1) Auto repair, except of vehicles which are registered to a resident of the dwelling, or to a son, daughter, parent, sibling, grandparent, or grandchild of a property resident.
2) Pet care facilities, except for pet grooming
5. Non-Conforming Use. Existing home occupations lawfully existing on the date of this Ordinance may continue as non-conforming uses. They shall, however, be required to obtain permits for their continued operation. Any existing home occupation that is discontinued for a period of more than thirty (30) days, or is in violation of the Ordinance provisions under which it was initially established, shall be brought into conformity with the provisions of this subdivision.
6. Inspection. The City of Delano hereby reserves the right upon issuing any home occupation permit to inspect the premises in which the occupation is being conducted to insure compliance with the provisions of this subdivision or any conditions additionally imposed
Section 2. Effective Date. This ordinance shall be effective upon passage and publication.
APPROVED this 17th day of June, 2014.
/s/ Dale Graunke, Mayor
Attest: /s/Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk
Motion By: Derek Schansberg
Seconded By: Betsy Stolfa
Graunke: Aye
Stolfa: Aye
Vick: Aye
Schansberg: Aye
Russek: Aye
Published in the Delano Herald Journal July 28, 2014.

SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY OF DELANO
SPECIAL WORKSHOP
City Council/Economic Development Authority
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
7:00pm
1. CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Graunke called the special workshop of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority of Tuesday, May 27, 2014 to order at 7:00pm.
2. ROLL CALL
Members Present: Dale Graunke, Mayor; Councilmembers Betsy Stolfa, Dan Vick, Derek Schansberg, and Jack Russek
Members Absent: None
Also Present: Phil Kern, City Administrator; Devin Massopust Administrative Intern; Paula Bauman, Recorder
3. SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS
A. Discuss sign retro-reflectivity policy.
The purpose of this policy is to establish a management plan that creates a process for keeping an updated inventory on all street signs within the City.
B. Discuss hiring policy.
The policy outlined the recruitment system including vacancy announcements, applications, promotions, vacancies, and employee good standings. The policy also covers the evaluation and selection of applicants.
C. Discuss Central Park Ballfield.
Phil Kern highlighted two areas for discussion regarding a concrete mow strip along Field 9 and the possible purchase of a field aerator for the main ballfield.
D. Discuss Street Reconstruction.
Phil Kern recapped the work done to date along Bridge Avenue and proposed improvements along 2nd Street.
4. ADJOURNMENT
There being no further business to discuss, the special workshop of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority of Tuesday, May 27, was adjourned at 8:14pm.
/s/ Dale Graunke, Mayor
/s/ Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk
Attest: /s/ Paula Bauman
Published in the Delano Herald Journal July 28, 2014.

City of Delano T.H. 12 Improvements
Close Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Delano, Minnesota
T.H. 12 Improvements located on T.H. 12 from 750 feet west of Eaken Ave to 750 feet East of Eaken Ave
Sealed bid proposals will be received until 11:00 AM, Tuesday, August 12, 2014, at the City of Delano City Hall, 234 2nd Street North, P.O. Box 108, Delano, Minnesota 55328, after which time such bids will be publicly opened and read.
STATE PROJECT #: 8602-SI (T.H.12 = 010)
STATE AID PROJECT #: SAP 247-010-001
LOCATION: Delano
TYPE OF WORK: Left turn lanes, Grading and Bituminous Surfacing
LENGTH: 1487.5 feet
Approximate major items of work are:
REMOVAL ITEMS – VARIETY
COMMON EXCAVATION – 5,200 CY
SELECT GRANULAR BORROW – 5,700 TON
AGGREGATE SURFACING (CV) CLASS SPECIAL – 110 CY
AGGREGATE BASE CLASS 6 – 2,300 TON
MILL BITUMINOUS SURGACE (2.0”) – 4,200 SY
TYPE SP 9.5 WEARING COURSE MIXTURE (4,C) – 1,100 TON
TYPE SP 12.5 NON WEARING COURSE MIXTURE (4,B) – 1,300 TON
18” RC PIPE CULVERT – 230 LF
PORTABLE PRECAST CONCR BARRIER DES 8337 – 2,400 LF
TRAFFIC CONTROL ITEM – VARIETY
SIGN PANEL ITEMS – VARIETY
EROSION CONTROL ITEMS – VARIETY
PAVEMENT MARKING ITEMS – VARIETY
Proposal, Plans and Specifications may be examined at the City of Delano office, 234 2nd Street North, P.O. Box 108, Delano, Minnesota; and the office of Wenck Associates, Inc. and may be obtained with non-refundable deposit of $75.00 check per set payable to “Wenck Associates, Inc.” at: Wenck Associates, Inc., 1800 Pioneer Creek Center, P.O. Box 249, Maple Plain, Minnesota 55359-0249.
Proposal, Plans and Specifications are available on QuestCDN (www.questcdn.com). You may download the digital plan documents for $10.00 by inputting Quest project # 3437984 on the website’s Project Search page.
Bids must be sealed, identified on the envelope and accompanied by a Certified Check or a Bidder’s Bond in the amount of 5% of the bid and made payable to City of Delano. No bidder shall withdraw his bid, without the consent of the OWNER, for a period of fourty-five (45) days after the date for the opening thereof.
The City of Delano Reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any irregularities and further reserve the right to award the contract to serve the best interest of the City.
Date: 7/17/2014
Jared Ward
Wenck Associates, Inc.
Published in the Delano Herald Journal July 21 and 28, 2014.

ORDINANCE NO. O-14-06
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE DELANO ZONING AND LAND USE CODE SECTION 51.03, GENERAL PROVISIONS PERMITTING A SIX FOOT FENCE ALONG RESIDENTIAL LOT LINES ABUTTING A STATE OR FEDERAL HIGHWAY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF DELANO ORDAINS:
Section 1. Section 51.03 General Provisions, Subdivision D. General Provisions, Subsection 11.f. Residential District Fences of the Delano Zoning and Land Use Code is hereby amended to add the following underlined text:
f. Residential District Fences.
1) All residential district fences shall be placed within the property being fenced.
2) Fences may be located in any yard up to a height of four (4) feet.
3) Except as prohibited by Section 51.03, Subd. D.11.f.5) below, a fence up to six (6) feet high may be erected from a line extended from the front facade of the principal building to the side lot lines, and then along the side lot lines and the rear lot line (see Diagram A).
4) Should the rear lot line of a lot be common with the side lot line of an abutting lot, that portion of the rear or side lot equal to the required front yard setback of the abutting lot shall not be fenced to a height of more than four (4) feet. For the purpose of this section, the front and side yards of the abutting lot shall be as defined in this Ordinance rather than as related to the orientation of the house
(see Diagram B).
5) Fences in excess of four (4) feet in height shall be located a minimum of ten (10) feet from the right-of-way of any alley.
6) Residential Fences Height Exceptions.
a) Fences for sport courts may be up to twelve (12) feet in height with ten (10) foot setback.
b) Residential boundary line fences may be erected to a height of eight (8) feet along a property line abutting a commercial, industrial, or semi-public use or zoning district.
c) Residential lots with a side yard abutting a state or federal highway may place a fence up to six (6) feet in height along the entire length of the side lot line abutting the roadway subject to the traffic visibility requirements set forth in Section 51.03, Subd. B.5.a.3) of this Ordinance.
7) Wire fence other than chain link shall not be permitted as boundary line fences within five (5) feet of the property in residential zoning districts.
Section 2. Effective Date. This ordinance shall be effective upon passage and publication.
APPROVED this 17th day of June, 2014.
/s/ Dale Graunke, Mayor
Attest: /s/ Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk
Motion By: Derek Schansberg
Seconded By: Betsy Stolfa
Graunke: Aye
Stolfa: Aye
Vick: Aye
Schansberg: Aye
Russek: Aye
Published in the Delano Herald Journal July 28, 2014.

MINUTES
CITY OF DELANO
City Council/Economic Development Authority
Tuesday, June 3, 2014
7:00pm
1. CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Graunke called the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority meeting of Tuesday, June 3, 2014 to order at 7:05pm.
2. ROLL CALL & APPROVAL OF AGENDA
Members Present: Dale Graunke, Mayor; Councilmembers Betsy Stolfa, Dan Vick, and Jack Russek
Members Absent: Derek Schansberg, Councilmember
Also Present: Phil Kern, City Administrator, Heather Libby, Wenck Associates; Paula Bauman, Recorder
Jack Russek requested adding item 15A: Discuss ditch behind Elm Avenue.
Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Betsy Stolfa to approve the agenda for the Delano City Council/ Economic Development Authority meeting of Tuesday, June 3, 2014 with the addition of 15A: discuss the drainage ditch behind Elm Avenue. Motion carried.
4. SPEAKERS, PRESENTATIONS & AWARDS
A. Presentation from the Wright County Human Services Advisory Committee – Listening Session for residents of District 5 on June 12 at the Montrose Community Center.
5. CONSENT ITEMS
A. EDA
1. Adopt Resolution approving the Operating Budget for FYE 03/31/15 for the Delano EDA/Crow River Villa Apartments to be submitted to HUD.
Motion by Betsy Stolfa, seconded by Jack Russek to adopt Resolution approving the Operating Budget for FYE 03/31/15 for the Delano EDA/Crow River Villa Apartments to be submitted to HUD. Motion carried 4-0 by Roll Call Vote.
B. CITY
1. Adopt Resolution R-14-__ approving a gambling application to conduct off-site gambling permit for the Delano Area Youth Hockey Association in Delano’s Central Park.
2. Amendment No. 1 to the Development Agreement between Solar Plastics and the City of Delano.
3. Pay Request No. 6 for the Delano Business Park Development Project.
4. Request from Delano Lanes and Entertainment regarding outdoor music and bands for the summer of 2014.
5. Motion to approve the City of Delano Sign Inventory and Retroreflectivity Policy.
Motion by Dan Vick, seconded by Betsy Stolfa to approve Consent Items 5B1, 5B2, 5B3, 5B4, and 5B5 as submitted. Motion carried 4-0 by Roll Call Vote.
6. CITY STRATEGY No. 1: Provide and proactively facilitate the delivery of quality public and community services in a planned, fiscally responsible manner.
A. Recommend awarding contract for Safe Routes to School – Tiger Drive Trail Project.
Motion by Dan Vick, seconded by Jack Russek to award the contract for the Safe Routes to School Tiger Drive Trail Project to Sunram Construction. Motion carried.
9. CITY STRATEGY No. 4: Manage the City’s growth so that it is high quality and consistent with the city’s comprehensive plan while maintaining the City’s historical culture, characteristics and features.
A. Consider request for releases from prior development requirements for Delano Grandstay Hotel Attachments.
Motion by Betsy Stolfa, seconded by Dan Vick to authorize releases from prior development requirements for the Delano Grandstay hotel contingent upon review of the city attorney. Motion carried.
11. CITY STRATEGY No. 6: Ensure communication and positive relationships between the Council, City Staff, Employees and Commission members.
A. Delano Fire Department:
1. Thursday, April 10, 2014.
2. Thursday, May 8, 2014.
B. Delano Water, Light and Power Commission:
1. Monday, April 21, 2014.
2. Monday, May 7, 2014.
12. CITY STRATEGY No. 7: Ensure the city has a well-trained, productive and accountable workforce to meet the changing needs of the community.
A. Authorize the hiring of Senior and Community Services Coordinator position.
Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Dan Vick to accept the resignation of Gail Sinkel. Motion carried.
Motion by Betsy Stolfa, seconded by Dan Vick to accept staff recommendation for hiring of the Senior and Community Services Coordinator position. Motion Carried.
15. OTHER BUSINESS
A. Discuss the drainage ditch behind Elm Avenue.
17. CLAIMS
A. City Claims
Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Dan Vick to approve the City Claims as submitted. Motion carried.
B. EDA Claims
Motion by Betsy Stolfa, seconded by Jack Russek to approve the EDA Claims as submitted. Motion carried.
18. ADJOURNMENT
There being no further business to discuss, the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority of Tuesday, June 3, 2014 was adjourned at 7:50pm.
/s/ Dale Graunke, Mayor
/s/ Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk
/s/ Attest: Paula Bauman, Recorder
Published in the Delano Herald Journal July 28, 2014.

ORDINANCE NO. O-14-05
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE DELANO ZONING AND LAND USE CODE SECTION 51.03, GENERAL PROVISIONS SUBDIVISION C GENERAL BUILDING AND USE PROVISIONS AND SUBDIVISION E OFF STREET PARKING REQUIRING A TWO-STALL GARAGE FOR ALL NEW SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF DELANO ORDAINS:
Section 1. Section 51.03 General Provisions, Subdivision C. General Building and Use Provisions, Subsection 3. Building Type and Construction of the Delano Zoning and Land Use Code is hereby amended to add the following underlined text:
3. Building Type and Construction.
a. Single Family Dwellings. All single family detached dwellings in the R-A,
R-E, R-1, R-2, R-3, R-4 and R-5 Districts shall meet the following design criteria:
1) All structures shall have permanent concrete or treated wood foundations which will anchor the structure, which comply with the
State Building Code as adopted in the State of Minnesota and which are solid for the complete circumference of the house.
2) Sixty (60) percent of a residential structure shall have a minimum width or depth of twenty (20) feet. Width measurement shall not take into account overhangs or other projections. Such width requirement shall be in addition to the minimum area per dwelling requirements established within this Ordinance.
3) Single family dwellings shall have at least a four/twelve (4/12) roof pitch and shall be covered with shingles or tiles or a standing seam metal roof.
4) All single family structures shall be built in conformance with
Minnesota Statute 327.31 to 327.35 of the State Building Code as adopted in the State of Minnesota.
5) The exterior walls of all single family residences shall be similar in appearance to normal wood or masonry residential construction.
Any metal siding upon single family residence structures shall have a vertical dimension no greater than twelve (12) inches. Sheet metal siding shall not be permitted in such districts.
6) Single family homes constructed after the effective date of this
Ordinance shall have a minimum finished habitable floor area of one thousand (1,000) square feet.
7) All new single-family homes constructed on or after July 31, 2014 shall include, at a minimum, a two-stall attached or detached garage of not less than 480 square feet. Lots with homes not meeting this condition and existing prior to July 31, 2014 may be exempt from this provision.
Section 2. Section 51.03 General Provisions, Subdivision E. Off Street Parking of the Delano Zoning and Land Use Code is hereby amended to repeal the strikeouts and add the following underlined text:
2. Application of Off-Street Parking Regulations. The regulations and requirements set forth herein shall apply to all off-street parking facilities in all of the zoning districts of the City.
a. Site Plan Drawing Necessary. All applications for a building or an occupancy permit in all zoning districts shall be accompanied by a siteplan drawn to scale and dimensioned and indicating the location of offstreet parking, loading spaces, driveways, and curb cuts in compliance with the requirements set forth in this subdivision and Section 51.03, Subd. C.8 of this Ordinance. Every detached single family dwelling unit erected on or after July 31, 2014 shall include, at a minimum, a two-stall attached or detached garage of not less than 480 square feet.
Section 3. Effective Date. This ordinance shall be effective upon passage and publication.
APPROVED this 17th day of June, 2014.
/s/Dale Graunke, Mayor
Attest: /s/Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk
Motion By: Derek Schansberg
Seconded By: Betsy Stolfa
Graunke: Aye
Stolfa: Aye
Vick: Aye
Schansberg: Aye
Russek: Aye
Published in the Delano Herald Journal July 28, 2014.

MINUTES
CITY OF DELANO
City Council/Economic Development Authority
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
7:00pm
1. CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Graunke called the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority of Tuesday, May 20, 2014 to order at 7:00pm.
2. ROLL CALL & APPROVAL OF AGENDA
Members Present: Mayor Dale Graunke; Councilmembers Betsy Stolfa, Dan Vick (7:06pm),
Derek Schansberg, and Jack Russek
Also Present: Brian Bloch, Finance Director/ Assistant City Administrator; Mark Johnson, City Attorney; Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk/AV; Devin Massopust, Recorder
Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Betsy Stolfa to approve the agenda of the regular City Council/ Economic Development Authority meeting of Tuesday, May 20, 2014, as submitted. Motion carried.
4. SPEAKERS, PRESENTATIONS AND AWARDS
A. Recognize the Wasterwater Treatment Facility’s Certificate of Commendation for exemplary effort expended in the year 2013.
5. CONSENT ITEMS
Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Betsy Stolfa to approve the consent items 5A1, 5A2, 5A3, 5A4, 5A5 and 5A6 as submitted. Motion carried 4-0 by roll call vote.
A. CITY
1. Motion to hire part time staff at Delano Wine & Spirits.
2. Resolution designating the 2014 Regional 12C Baseball Town Team Playoff Tournament as an official community festival and approve the required licenses.
3. Approve request for River Street Jam street dance on Saturday, June 7, including road closure of River Street North and approval of required licenses.
4. Adopt Ordinance amending Delano City Code Chapter 5 - License and Regulations of Alcoholic Beverages.
5. Motion authorizing City Administrator to attend the 2014 ICMA Conference.
6. Authorize the purchase of POS Computer registers at Delano Wine and Spirits.
6. CITY STRATEGY No. 1: Provide and proactively facilitate the delivery of quality public and community services in a planned, fiscally responsible manner.
A. Restructure of Motor Vehicle Department’s operations.
Motion by Betsy Stolfa, seconded by Jack Russek to approve the restructure of Motor Vehicle Department’s operations.
B. Conduct a Public Hearing regarding non-payment for two liquor compliance checks failures at the Bohemian Wine Bar and Pub.
8. CITY STRATEGY No. 3: Plan for the maintenance, replacement and efficient operations of the City’s equipment, buildings, infrastructure, energy and utility systems.
A. Motion approving modification of Capital Improvement Plan and authorization to purchase hydraulic excavator.
Motion by Dan Vick, seconded by Jack Russek to approve the purchasing of a hydraulic excavator. Motion carried.
9. CITY STRATEGY No. 4: Manage the City’s growth so that it is high quality and consistent with the City’s Comprehensive Plan while maintaining the City’s historical culture, characteristics and features.
A. Motion approving revised Development Agreement for Grandstay Hotel.
Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Betsy Stolfa to approve the revised Development Agreement for Grandstay Hotel. Motion carried.
17. CLAIMS
A. City Claims
Motion by Dan Vick, seconded by Jack Russek to approve the City Claims as submitted. Motion carried.
18. ADJOURNMENT
There being no further business to discuss the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority meeting of Tuesday, May 20, 2014. Motion carried.
/s/ Dale Graunke, Mayor
/s/ Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk
Attest: /s/ Devin Massopust, Recorder
Published in the Delano Herald Journal July 28, 2014.

MINUTES
CITY OF DELANO
City Council/Economic Development Authority
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
7:00pm
1. CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Graunke called the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority of Tuesday, April 15, 2014 to order at 7:00pm.
2. ROLL CALL & APPROVAL OF AGENDA
Members Present: Mayor Dale Graunke; Councilmembers Betsy Stolfa, Dan Vick, Derek Schansberg, and Jack Russek
Members Absent: None
Also present: Phil Kern, City Administrator; Vince Vander Top, City Engineer; Heather Libby, Wenck Associates; Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk/AV; Paula Bauman, Recorder
Motion by Derek Schansberg, seconded by Jack Russek to approve the agenda for the regular City Council/Economic Development Authority meeting of Tuesday, April 15, 2014 as submitted. Motion carried.
3. MINUTES
A. Minutes of the regular City Council/Economic Development Authority meeting of Tuesday, April 1, 2014.
Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Betsy Stolfa to approve the minutes of the regular City Council/ Economic Development Authority meeting of Tuesday, April 1, 2014 as submitted. Motion carried.
5. CONSENT ITEMS
Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Betsy Stolfa to approve Consent items 5A1, 5A2, 5A3, 5A4, and 5A6 as submitted. Motion carried.
A. CITY
1. Adopt RESOLUTION R-14-11 regarding the Administration of the Minnesota Wetland Conservation Act.
2. Authorize the purchase of additional election booths, curtains, lights and storage containers.
3. Approve agreements for the Delano Elementary School PIE for Tiger Dash event on Saturday, May 31, 2014.
4. Pay Request No. 4 for the Delano Business Park Development Project.
5. Adopt RESOLUTION R-14-12 amending the fee schedule by adding fees for Breweries, Taprooms and Growlers.
Motion by Betsy Stolfa, seconded by Jack Russek to adopt Resolution R-14-12 amending the fee schedule by adding fees for Breweries, Taprooms and Growlers. Motion carried 4-1 by roll call vote with Dan Vick opposed.
6. Authorize upgrade to the access and security systems for City Hall, Fire Station and public Library.
8. CITY STRATEGY No. 3: Plan for the maintenance, replacement and efficient operations of the City’s equipment, buildings, and infrastructure, energy and utility systems.
A. Consider proposals and award contract to Mint Roofing for the Public Works building roof replacement.
Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Dan Vick to award contract to Mint Roofing for the Public Works building roof replacement. Motion carried.
11. CITY STRATEGY No. 6: Ensure communication and positive relationships between the Council, City Staff and Commission members.
A. Delano Fire Relief Association.
1. Minutes of the Delano Fire Department Relief Association meeting of Thursday, March 27, 2014.
B. Delano Park and Recreation Commission.
1. Minutes of the Delano Park and Recreation Commission meeting of Wednesday, January 22, 2014.
2. Minutes of the Delano Park and Recreation Commission meeting of Wednesday, February 26, 2014.
C. Public Safety.
1. Minutes of the Delano Public Safety Committee meeting of Monday, January 27, 2014.
13. CITY STRATEGY No. 8: To ensure the public’s safety from crime and manmade or natural disasters.
A. Authorize Advertisement for Bid for the Floodwall and Riverfront Improvements Project.
Motion by Betsy Stolfa, seconded by Derek Schansberg to authorize advertisement for bids for the Floodwall and Riverfront Improvements Project. Motion carried.
16. COMMUNICATION AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
A. Board of Review – Tuesday, April 29 at 6:00pm.
17. CLAIMS
A. City Claims
Motion by Betsy Stolfa, seconded by Derek Schansberg to approve the City Claims as submitted. Motion carried.
18. ADJOURNMENT
There being no further business to discuss the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority of Tuesday, April 15, 2014 was adjourned at 8:00pm.
/s/ Dale Graunke, Mayor
/s/ Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk
/s/ Attest: Paula Bauman, Recorder
Published in the Delano Herald Journal July 28, 2014.

SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY OF DELANO
SPECIAL WORKSHOP
City Council/Economic Development Authority
Tuesday, March 18, 2014
6:00pm
1. CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Graunke called the special workshop of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority meeting of Tuesday, March 18, 2014 to order at 6:00pm.
2. ROLL CALL
Members Present: Dale Graunke, Mayor; Councilmembers Betsy Stolfa, Dan Vick, Derek Schansberg, and Jack Russek
Members Absent: None
Also Present: Phil Kern, City Administrator; Vince Vander Top, City Engineer; Paula Bauman, Recorder
3. SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS
A. Discuss relocation of Three Crows.
Staff has reached out recently to inform the owners that construction will begin this summer for the floodwall. This floodwall will affect the property Three Crows is located on. Council discussed benefits of acquiring the parcel including parking, floodwall and risks included.
B. Review draft construction plans for floodwall and riverfront improvements.
Vince Vander Top reviewed the draft construction plans and the location of the floodwall and reviewed its site plan.
C. Discuss Senior Center and staffing.
Phil Kern stated Gail Sinkel, Senior Center Coordinator is retiring the end of June. Staff is currently reviewing Ms. Sinkel’s position and creating an updated job description. Kern discussed where the position will be posted.
4. ADJOURNMENT
There being no further business to discuss, the special workshop of Tuesday, March 18, 2014 was adjourned at 6:55pm.
/s/ Dale Graunke, Mayor
/s/ Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk
/s/ Attest: Paula Bauman, Recorder
Published in the Delano Herald Journal July 28, 2014.

MINUTES
CITY OF DELANO
City Council/Economic Development Authority
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
7:00pm
1. CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Pro-Tem, Betsy Stolfa, called the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority of Tuesday, March 4, 2014 to order at 7:00pm.
2. ROLL CALL & APPROVAL OF AGENDA
Members Present: Mayor Pro-Tem, Betsy Stolfa; Council members Dan Vick, Derek Schansberg, and Jack Russek
Members Absent: Mayor Dale Graunke
Also Present: Phil Kern, City Administrator; Mark Johnson, City Attorney; Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk/AV; Paula Bauman, Recorder
3. MINUTES
Motion by Derek Schansberg, seconded by Jack Russek to approve the minutes 3A and 3B as submitted. Motion carried.
A. Minutes of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority meeting of Monday, February 3, 2014.
B. Minutes of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority meeting of Tuesday, February 18, 2014.
5. CONSENT ITEMS
A. CITY
1. Adopt Resolutions R-14-05 and R-14-06 supporting the City of Delano’s grant applications through the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources grant program.
a. Adopt Resolution R-14-05 supporting the City of Delano’s application for the Department of Natural Resources funding through the Local Trail Connections Program.
b. Adopt Resolution R-14-06 supporting the City of Delano’s application for the Department of Natural Resources funding through the Outdoor Recreation Grant Program.
Motion by Dan Vick, seconded by Jack Russek to adopt Resolutions R-14-05 and R-14-06 supporting the City of Delano’s grant applications through the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources grant programs. Motion carried 4-0.
B. EDA
1. A motion is requested approving an amendment to the Delano EDA/Crow River Villa Tennant Rental Lease and Smoke Free Policy.
Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Dan Vick to table the amendment to the Delano EDA/Crow River Villa Tennant Rental Lease and Smoke Free Policy to a later date for further discussion. Motion carried.
6. CITY STRATEGY No. 1: Provide and proactively facilitate the delivery of quality public and community services in a planned, fiscally responsible manner.
A. Consider TIF expenditure for Solar Plastics expansion.
Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Derek Schansberg to approve TIF expenditure for Solar Plastics expansion. Motion carried.
7. CITY STRATEGY No. 2: Ensure the City’s continued sustainability and financial stability.
A. Consider Resolution R-14-07 accepting a gift from the Gwen Kittock estate.
1. Adopt Resolution R-14-07 accepting donation from Gwen Kittock.
Motion by Dan Vick, seconded by Jack Russek to adopt Resolution R-14-07 accepting donation from Gwen Kittock. Motion carried 4-0 by roll call vote.
15. OTHER BUSINESS
A. Attorney/Client Privilege: Discuss ongoing litigation, Eden v. Delano.
16. COMMUNICATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENT
17. CLAIMS
A. City Claims
Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Dan Vick to approve the City Claims as submitted. Motion carried.
Dan Vick stated the city paid to remove tires within the Compost Site stating the City is needlessly spending this money.
18. OTHER BUSINESS
A. Attorney/Client Privilege: Discuss ongoing litigation, Eden v. Delano.
Motion by Dan Vick, seconded by Derek Schansberg to enter into closed session to discuss ongoing litigation, Eden v. Delano. Motion carried.
Motion by Derek Schansberg, seconded by Dan Vick to exit out of closed session. Motion carried.
19. ADJOURNMENT
There being no further business to discuss, the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority of Tuesday, March 4, 2014, was adjourned at 8:26pm.
/s/ Betsy Stolfa, Mayor Pro-Tem
/s/ Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk
Attest: /s/ Paula Bauman, Recorder
Published in the Delano Herald Journal July 28, 2014.

MINUTES
CITY OF DELANO
City Council/Economic Development Authority
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
7:00pm
1. CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Pro-Tem, Betsy Stolfa, called the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority of Tuesday, April 1, 2014 to order at 7:00pm.
2. ROLL CALL & APPROVAL OF AGENDA
Members Present: Mayor Pro-Tem, Betsy Stolfa; Councilmembers Derek Schansberg, Dan Vick, and Jack Russek
Members Absent: Mayor, Dale Graunke
Also Present: Phil Kern, City Administrator; Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk/AV; Paula Bauman, Recorder
Motion by Derek Schansberg, seconded by Jack Russek to approve the agenda as submitted. Motion carried.
3. MINUTES
4. SPEAKERS, PRESENTATIONS AND AWARDS
A. Tour de Tonka – Saturday, August 2, 2014
5. CONSENT ITEMS
Motion by Dan Vick, seconded by Jack Russek to approve the consent items as submitted. Motion carried 4-0 by roll call vote.
A. CITY
1. Motion approving request from Final Stretch for parking restrictions on River Street/County Road 17 on Saturday, June 7, from 9am-12pm for the Liberty Triathlon event.
2. Approve and adopt Resolution R-14-10 authorizing various licenses and permits for the annual 4th of July Celebration.
B. EDA
1. Motion by the Delano EDA/City Council to approve the Civil Rights Certification Form HUD-50077-CR – Resolution EDA-14-01.
6. CITY STRATEGY No. 1: Provide and proactively facilitate the delivery of quality public and community services in a planned, fiscally responsible manner.
A. Update regarding Public Transportation.
11. CITY STRATEGY No. 6: Ensure communication and positive relationships between the Council, City Staff, Employees and Commission members.
A. Minutes of the Delano Water, Light and Power Commission meeting of Thursday, February 20, 2014.
B. Minutes of the Delano Fire Department Relief Association of Thursday, March 13, 2014.
17. CITY CLAIMS
A. City claims
Motion by Dan Vick, seconded by Derek Schansberg to approve the City Claims as submitted. Motion carried.
B. EDA Claims (February)
Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Dan Vick to approve the EDA Claims for the month of February as submitted. Motion carried.
C. EDA Claims (March)
Motion by Derek Schansberg, seconded by Jack Russek to approve the EDA Claims for the month of March as submitted. Motion carried.
18. ADJOURNMENT
There being no further business to discuss the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority meeting of Tuesday, April 2, 2014 was adjourned at 7:30pm.
/s/ Betsy Stolfa, Mayor Pro-Tem
/s/ Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk
Attest: /s/ Paula Bauman, Recorder
Published in the Delano Herald Journal July 28, 2014.

MINUTES
CITY OF DELANO
City Council/Economic Development Authority
Tuesday, March 18, 2014
7:00pm
1. CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Graunke called the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority of Tuesday, March 18, 2014 to order at 7:00pm.
2. ROLL CALL & APPROVAL OF AGENDA
Members Present: Mayor Dale Graunke; Councilmembers Betsy Stolfa, Dan Vick, Derek Schansberg, and Jack Russek
Also Present: Phil Kern, City Administrator; Vince Vander Top, City Engineer, Alan Brixius, City Planner, Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk/AV, Paula Bauman, Recorder
Motion by Dan Vick, seconded by Jack Russek to approve the agenda of the regular City Council/ Economic Development Authority meeting of Tuesday, March 18, 2014, as submitted. Motion carried.
3. MINUTES
A. Minutes of the regular City Council/Economic Development Authority meeting of Tuesday, March 4, 2014.
Motion by Betsy Stolfa, seconded by Dan Vick to approve the minutes of the regular City Council/ Economic Development Authority meeting of Tuesday, March 4, 2014 as submitted. Motion carried with Dale Graunke abstaining.
4. SPEAKERS, PRESENTATIONS AND AWARDS
A. A proclamation of the Delano City Council proclaiming April 6-12, 2014 – Delano SciTech Week.
5. CONSENT ITEMS
Motion by Dan Vick, seconded by Betsy Stolfa to approve the consent items 5A1, 5A2, 5A3, 5A4, 5A5 and 5B2 as submitted. Motion carried 5-0 by roll call vote.
A. CITY
1. Motion approving $500 payment to Initiative Foundation for economic development activities in Delano.
2. Motion approving extension of leftfield fence at Field 9
3. Motion approving Trail Construction and Maintenance Agreement between the City of Delano and Independent School District #879.
4. Approve Pay Request No. 3 for the Delano Business Park Development Project.
5. Adopt Resolution R-14-08 approving gambling application exempt permit for the Delano Sportsmen’s Club on September 20, 2014.
B. EDA
1. Adopt Resolution EDA-14-01 approving an amendment to the Delano EDA/Crow River Villa Tenant Rental lease and Smoke Free Policy.
Motion by Betsy Stolfa, seconded by Dan Vick to adopt Resolution EDA-14-01 approving an amendment to the Delano EDA/Crow River Villa Tenant Rental Lease and Smoke Free Policy. Changes in the policy restricts the use of E-Cigarettes to common areas and grounds, but not within private residents. Motion carried 3-2 by Dale Graunke and Jack Russek opposed.
2. Approve the purchase and installation of a new multifunction copy machine in the Delano EDA/Crow River Villa office.
6. CITY STRATEGY No. 1: Provide and proactively facilitate the delivery of quality public and community services in a planned, fiscally responsible manner.
A. Consider Resolution R-14-09 endorsing Trailblazer as the public transportation provider beginning July 1, 2014.
Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Derek Schansberg to adopt Resolution R-14-09 endorsing Trailblazer as the public transportation provider beginning July 1, 2014. Motion carried 5-0 by roll call vote.
8. CITY STRATEGY No. 3: Plan for the maintenance, replacement and efficient operations of the City’s equipment, buildings, infrastructure, energy and utility systems.
A. Street naming and address assignment policy.
1. Review and recommend approval of a Street Naming and Address Assignment Policy for the City of Delano.
Motion by Derek Schansberg, seconded by Dan Vick to approve the Street Naming and Address Assignment Policy for the city of Delano. Motion carried.
2. Review the requests and make recommendations for change of address requests from Kyle and Brenda Bauman, Clover Springs, and Will Haack, Wright Neighborhoods.
Motion by Dan Vick, seconded by Jack Russek to approve the change of address requests from Kyle and Brenda Bauman (805 Watertown Avenue to 805 Clover Springs) and Will Haack, Wright Neighborhoods (Crossings Court to Willowbrook Circle). Motion carried with Dale Graunke abstaining.
B. Discuss Central Business District Parking Study and River Street Reconfiguration Concept.
Motion by Betsy Stolfa to enforce the Center Business District Parking Study and River Street Reconfiguration Concept. Motion failed due to lack of second.
C. Approve bids for a 24 week lawn mowing agreement for nine specific neighborhood parks within the City of Delano.
Motion by Jack Russek, seconded to Betsy Stolfa to award the lawn mowing agreement to Hot Lawns. Motion carried.
D. Authorize Advertisement for Bid for the Safe routes to School Trail along Tiger Drive.
Motion by Betsy Stolfa, seconded by Derek Schansberg to authorize advertisement for bid for the Safe Routes to School Tiger Trail. Motion carried.
E. Approve purchase of miscellaneous workstation computers.
Motion by Derek Schansberg, seconded by Betsy Stolfa to authorize the purchase of miscellaneous workstation computers. Motion carried.
9. CITY STRATEGY No. 4: Manage the City’s growth so that it is high quality and consistent with the City’s Comprehensive Plan while maintaining the City’s historical culture, characteristics and features.
A. Consider a zoning map amendment creating a Planned Unit Development Overlay District with performance standards over the Delano Northwest Business Park.
1. Adopt Ordinance O-14-03 establishing a planned unit development overlay district and design performance standards for the Delano Northwest Business Park in the City of Delano.
Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Betsy Stolfa to adopt Ordinance O-14-03 establishing a planned unit development overlay district and design performance standards for the Delano Northwest Business Park in the City of Delano. Motion carried.
11. CITY STRATEGY No. 6: Ensure communication and positive relationships between the Council, City Staff, Employees and Commission members.
A. Minutes of the Delano Water, Light and Power Commission meeting of Thursday, January 23, 2014.
17. CLAIMS
A. City Claims
Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Derek Schansberg to approve the City Claims as submitted. Motion carried.
18. ADJOURNMENT
There being no further business to discuss the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority meeting of Tuesday, March 18, 2014. Motion carried.
/s/ Dale Graunke, Mayor
/s/ Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk
/s/ Attest: Paula Bauman, Recorder
Published in the Delano Herald Journal July 28, 2014.