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639202 Public Hearing - Ida Township Road Vacation

Public Hearing Publish January 4, 2008 NOTICE OF ROAD VACATION HEARING IDA TOWNSHIP DOUGLAS COUNTY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the town board of Ida Township, Douglas County, Minnesota will conduct a public hearing on the 16th day of January, 200...

Public Hearing

Publish January 4, 2008

NOTICE OF

ROAD VACATION HEARING

IDA TOWNSHIP

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DOUGLAS COUNTY

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the town board of Ida Township, Douglas County, Minnesota will conduct a public hearing on the 16th day of January, 2008 at 11:45 AM, at the location site of the platted roadway between Lots 10 and 11 of Betsy Ross Point (Betsy Ross Road NW, Alexandria, MN), then commencing to the Ida Township Hall at 4700 County Road 6 NW, Garfield, Minnesota, for the purpose of considering and acting upon a petition received calling for the vacation of the following described road:

The platted roadway known as the platted roadway between Lots 10 and 11, Betsy Ross Point, Section 2, Township 129, Range 38, Douglas County, Minnesota.

The purpose and necessity of the requested road vacation is as follows:

This roadway was dedicated but never laid out. To our knowledge the township has never performed any maintenance upon this said roadway.

The order setting the hearing date and the petition are on file with the clerk at the Ida Township office, 4700 County Road 6 NW, Garfield, MN 56332. All persons interested in this matter are encouraged to attend the hearing.

The tracts of land through which the said road passes and the owners and occupants thereof, as nearly as we can determine, are as follows:

Owner: Ida Township.

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Description of Land: Platted Roadway between Lots 10 & 11; Betsy Ross Point; Section 2, Township 129N, Range 38 W.

Dated this 24th day of October, 2007

/s/ Barbara D. Kilgore

Ida Township Clerk

639202

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