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939499 Public Hearing - DNR Land Sale

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Public Hearing

Publish July 15, 2009

MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT

OF NATURAL RESOURCES

NOTICE OF HEARING ON

SALE OF STATE LAND

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, section 97A.135, subd. 2a, a hearing will be held by the Department of Natural Resources, in the conference room at the DNR Region1 Fergus Falls Area Office, 1509 1st Ave. N, Fergus Falls, Minnesota, on August 14, 2009 at 10:00 a.m.

The purpose of the hearing is for public input regarding the sale of state land situated in the County of Douglas, and described as:

The southerly 499.7 feet of the easterly 466.7 feet of the following described tract:

The Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (SW1/4SE1/4) of Section 6, Township 127 north, Range 37 west; excepting therefrom the right of way of the public road running on the south line of said tract; containing 5.00 acres, more or less.

Minnesota Statutes, section 97A.135, subd. 2a, requires that a public hearing be held before lands within a Wildlife Management Area can be disposed of through sale or exchange. The parcel is designated as part of Hudson Pit Wildlife Management Area.

It is proposed that this parcel of land be offered for sale by the Department of Natural Resources in a public sale. This parcel is no longer needed for resource management purposes. If, after public hearing, the disposal of the land is in the public interest, the Commissioner of Natural Resources may vacate the parcel from Wildlife Management Area designation.

Questions regarding this proposal can be directed to Katherine Giel at (651) 259-5377 or Katherine.Giel@state.mn.us.

Dated July 6, 2009

/s/ Kathy A. Lewis,

Assistant Director

Division of Lands and Minerals

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