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1216632 Public hearing - Final hearing Sauk River Watershed District

Public Hearing Publish March 2, 9, 2011 PUBLIC NOTICE OF FINAL HEARING SAUK RIVER WATERSHED DISTRICT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Managers of the Sauk River Wa- tershed District pursuant to Minnesota Statute 103D.605 will hold a hearing March ...

Public Hearing

Publish March 2, 9, 2011

PUBLIC NOTICE OF

FINAL HEARING

SAUK RIVER

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WATERSHED DISTRICT

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the Managers of the Sauk River Wa-

tershed District pursuant to Minnesota

Statute 103D.605 will hold a hearing

March 15, 2011 at 7:45 P.M. at the

Sauk River Watershed District office

located at 524 Fourth Street South in

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Sauk Centre, Minnesota. The purpose

of the hearing is to consider and take

comments on the Sauk River Storm-

water Runoff Reduction and Riparian

Restoration Clean Water Fund Pro-

ject. Funding for this project is from

the Minnesota Board of Water and

Soil Resources.

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This project will involve providing

financial and technical assistance to

local landowners to implement storm-

water management and land-use con-

servation practices within the Sauk

River watershed. Total estimated cost

for this project is $544,111 with

$435,289 being in grant dollars and

$108,822 in matching dollars and in-

kind contributions from state and local

agencies, organizations and landown-

ers. The purpose of this meeting is to

discuss the above mentioned project

and the conservation practices eligible

for technical and financial assistance.

Funds under this project may only be

used to improve existing animal waste

issues, stormwater and erosion con-

cerns. Under no condition may these

funds be used for litigation require-

ments, new construction, expansions

or for commercial use.

For further information contact the

Watershed District Office at

(320) 352-2231.

Jim Rothstein, President

1216632

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