O'Brien County's Bell-Times-Courier -

Growing Concerns for Drainage District


A massive crater opened up on a farm drive that crosses Drainage District 5. The driveway had an additional 60-inch pipe installed as part of the cleanout. The installation required two 20-foot sections. DD trustees are looking at the possiblility that the two pipes were not correctly banded.

Simple business led the way for the O'Brien County Supervisors on Tuesday May 1. The board approved an application to add livestock to a swine unit in Center Township. Given the time of year, the supervisors plan to waive the 14-day waiting period once DNR gives the go-ahead for the project. The project was examined by DNR and supervisor reps and scored plenty on the matrix to be granted approval.

The board also set May 15 for a budget amendment that was approved. The annual noxious weed ordinance was also adopted.

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