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943161 Ordinance 640 - Vacating Utility Easement

Ordinance 640 Publish July 17, 2009 ORDINANCE NO. 640 2ND SERIES AN ORDINANCE VACATING A PORTION OF THE UTILITY EASEMENT IN BLOCK TWO OF "FRANZEN'S WESTWOOD ADDITION" WHEREAS, the City has received a request from property owners in Block Two of t...

Ordinance 640

Publish July 17, 2009

ORDINANCE NO. 640

2ND SERIES

AN ORDINANCE VACATING

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A PORTION OF THE UTILITY

EASEMENT IN BLOCK TWO

OF "FRANZEN'S

WESTWOOD ADDITION"

WHEREAS, the City has received a request from property owners in Block Two of the Franzen's Westwood Addition to vacate a portion of the platted utility easement therein, and

WHEREAS, the City and the local utility companies have no current or future need for said easement, and

WHEREAS, Minnesota Statutes authorize the City to vacate utility easements in the same manner as streets, alleys or other public ways under the City's Home Rule Charter, and

WHEREAS, the City's Home Rule Charter requires that such vacations be done by Ordinance, approved by a four-fifths vote of the Council,

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NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALEXANDRIA HEREBY ORDAINS:

SECTION I: That the southerly 71.00 feet of the utility easement platted in Block Two, "Franzen's Westwood Addition", is hereby vacated.

SECTION II: That a record of such vacation is to be made in the office of the Register of Deeds.

SECTION III: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication.

ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Alexandria, Minnesota, this 13th day of July, 2009, by the following vote:

YES: BIGGER, CARLSON, MILLER, BENSON, FRANK

NO: NONE

ABSENT: NONE

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/S/ H. Dan Ness, Mayor

ATTEST:

/s/ Jim Taddei,

City Administrator

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