Rezoning, pool are main topics at lengthy City Council meeting

 Monday, June 15th the Parkers Prairie City Council met.  The four hour meeting covered a public hearing regarding a rezone request and updates on city projects.  Council members present were Mayor Sandy Froemming, Brian Koehn, Greg Larson and Tom Myers.  Absent was Kelly Mesker.


Public Hearing for General

Dollar Rezone Request

 Four acres of residential and shoreland property currently owned by Jon and Jureen Lammle, Terry Briese and Carl and Lori Henning, located along Trunk Highway 29 in the Campbell and Oakwood Estates addition, is being considered by RBA Investments, LLC of West Plains, MO for the location of a new retail store Dollar General.

 Current City zoning does not allow commercial use of such areas unless a public hearing is held and there is City Council approval to rezone the area.

 The 4.05 acres currently has three deferred assessments, in the amounts of $4,997.44, $10,353.43 and $10,353.43, totalling $25,704.30 which Dollar General says ...


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