For the record
Alexandria Planning Commission
Monday, May 20
Location: Alexandria City Hall Council Chambers at 704 Broadway St.
7 p.m. Public Hearing — Conditional use permit — Douglas County. This applicant is requesting to allow the conversion of an existing church, located in an R-2 "Single and Two-Family Residential" zoning district, for use as government offices for Douglas County staff. The property, at 822 Douglas St., is legally described as: "Original Alexandria, Lots 7-9, Blk 27, Section 19, Township 128, Range 37, Douglas County, Minnesota."
7:10 p.m. Public Hearing — Exception to Platting — Randy Lewis. This application is requesting to allow a one-time split of unplatted property in a B-1 "General Business" zoning district. The property, at 1209 3rd Ave. E., is legally described as: "1.70 AC Of That Pt Of SE4SW4 S Of RR Unplatted Alexandria City, AC 1.70, Section 17, Township 128, Range 37, Douglas County, Minnesota."
7:20 p.m. Public Hearing — Conditional Use Permit — Copper Trail Brewing Company.
This application is requesting to allow a brewery/taproom in a B-2 "Regional Business" zoning district. The property, at 205 Broadway, is legally described as: "Original Alexandria, N2 Lot 2; Lots 3-6; 10-12 Ex NE Pt Of Lot 12 All In Blk 82; & Pt Vacated 2nd Ave., Section 18, Township 128, Range 37, Douglas County, Minnesota."
7:30 p.m. Public Hearing — Exception to Platting — Reed & Kay Hvezda. This application is requesting to allow a one-time split of vacant, unplatted property in a B-1 "General Business" zoning district. The property, at 5023 Lost Lane SW, is legally described as: "NW4; & NE4SW4, AC 192.85, Section 02, Township 127, Range 38, Douglas County, Minnesota."
4. Old and other business
A. Small Area Corridor Plan
B. Douglas County Fairgrounds area master plan update
NOTE: At the conclusion of the regularly scheduled Planning Commission meeting, a special meeting will be held to discuss the most recent draft of the City's Comprehensive Plan.
Douglas County Board of Commissioners
Tuesday, May 21
Special Board Meeting
Location: Douglas County Courthouse board room
8 a.m. County Board
1. Attendance and Communication Policy — informational
2. Work From Home Policy — informational
Regular Board Meeting
9 a.m. Call to order, approve agenda and approve the minutes from the May 7 regular board meeting.
9:03 a.m. Public Hearing — Set fees
On sale Brewer's Tap Room license including Sunday sales; brewer off sale intoxicating liquor license
9:10 a.m. Public hearing — Consideration of approval of brewer off sale intoxicating
liquor license application for Carlos Creek Winery dba 22 Northmen Brewing Company
9:15 a.m. Char Rosenow, auditor-treasurer
Approve brewer's licenses for Carlos Creek Winery dba 22 Northmen Brewing Company: On sale brewer's tap room license including Sunday sales; Brewer off sale intoxicating liquor license.
Resolution — gambling permit; Extension duties; request to fill vacancy
9:20 a.m. Robin Trott, Extension horticulture/agriculture educator
Program needs assessment
9:25 a.m. Troy Wolbersen, Douglas County sheriff
Resolution — Remote electronic alcohol monitoring, state grant agreement; state joint powers agreement, Sentencing to Serve; resolution — Honor Guard donation.
9:30 a.m. Laurie Bonds, Community Human Services director
Approve Child Care Assistance Program return to county; hire consultant Mary Klinghagen; Medical Assistance initiated probate.
9:55 a.m. Dave Rush, Land and Resource director
Preliminary and final plat, Welsh's Addition; conditional use, Florian Ledermann, application to allow a farm winery and occasional special events; David and Cindy Forst, discussion of private shooting ranges and required setbacks for sheds and stored items.
10:20 a.m. Dave Robley, Public Works director
1. Approve joint powers agreement (grant for pavement marking); CD 17, repair request; Chippewa County Park, land acquisition; 4. Cover No Parking signs on County Highway 42 at Rotary Beach, week of July 4
10:35 a.m. Board
Appoint interim License Bureau director; time capsule location; NACo election of officers and voting on policy; invitation to statewide chloride reduction assembly; reports
Items from the floor
11 a.m. Jacki Anderson, Economic Development officer
Congressman Collin Peterson's office update
11:30 a.m. MnDOT and consultant, KLJ
Final report - TH 29 corridor study
12 p.m. County Board
*Agenda is as of May 15 and subject to change
Lakes Area Recreation Board
Thursday, May 23
Location: University of Minnesota Extension Conference Room, downstairs, 720 Fillmore St., Alexandria