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Water treatment phase should be completed by August 26th

July 3, 2013

Fulda City Council
The Fulda City Council meeting Monday night started with a conditional use permit hearing. Peggy Rachuy’s request of an accessory building in the side yard of their property located at 409 Park St for an art studio.

The update on the water treatment plant pushes the completion date to the end of August for completion of the first phase which is the filtering process. August 26 will be the new date. The remaining equipment is about six weeks out with some time for installation.

In the regular meeting the continuation of the conditional use permit application for Duane Paplow to convert store fronts into apartment rentals was discussed. The city cannot issue a variance by state law without changing the the city's zoning ordinances.

The Oak Ridge Gobblers applied for an Exempt Permit for their annual banquet which was approved.

The tabled Animal Ordinance amendment was reviewed, corrected, and approved. The ordinance will be published and become effective August 1, 2013.

Fee Schedule Ordinance was also reviewed which added kennel fees for three to six dogs at $100.

Chuck Lursen spoke about his variance request for a fence. He said that there were other fences that were six feet high and would like to put one six inches from his property line. The council said he would still be required to have written permission from his abutting neighbor.

Jim Troje talked about changing the city clerk title to city administrator. They will pursue the idea and how it will effect pay equity.

Building permits were approved for Ivan Hakeneis - fence, Roger Paplow - accessory building, James Beeck - pergola and private sidewalk.


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