Details for City of FF - Filing for Proposed Assessments No 5955

(First Publication Date: June 5, 2021)
NOTICE OF FILING OF PROPOSED ASSESSMENTS AND OF HEARING
THEREON BY THE CITY COUNCIL TO PAY THE COSTS OF
CITY PROJECT NO. 5955
TO THE OWNERS OF REAL ESTATE BENEFITED BY AND TO BE ASSESSED
FOR THE COST OF CITY PROJECT NO. 5955
Notice is hereby given that the Fergus Falls City Council will meet at 5:30 p.m. on
June 21, 2021, at City Hall located at 112 West Washington Avenue (west door) to
consider, and possibly adopt, the proposed special assessments for the following
project:
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
Reconstruct Sanitary Sewer, Water Main, Storm Sewer, Sewer & Water Services
and Bituminous Street, etc. on Bancroft Avenue: Cascade Street to Whitford Street
and on Whitford Street: Alcott Avenue to Channing Avenue
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
Cutler’s Third Addition: Block 19, lots 10 & 11; Block 20, Lots 1 and 5 – 8; Lakeland
Addition: Block 6 & part of Block 7; Wright and Mendenhall’s Addition: Block 9, Lots
3 & 4; Finkle and White’s Addition: Reserve 3; Southside Addition: Vacated Street
R/W adjacent to Whitford Street. All located within the City of Fergus Falls
Adoption by the City Council of the proposed special assessments may occur at
the hearing.
Said proposed assessments are available for public inspection at City Hall and
the proposed assessment roll is filed with the City Administrator. The total amount
of the proposed special assessment is $132,623.10. The total project cost is
$646,572.81.
Written and oral objections will be considered at the meeting. No appeal may be
taken as to the amount of any assessment unless a signed, written objection is filed
with the City Administrator prior to the hearing or presented to the presiding officer
at the hearing. An owner may appeal an assessment to district court pursuant to
Minnesota Statute §429.081 by serving notice upon the City Administrator within 30
days after adoption of the assessment and filing such notice with the District Court
within 10 days after service upon the City Administrator.
The City has adopted an ordinance providing deferment for senior citizens. The
owner must occupy a homestead not exceeding ten acres, be 65 years of age or
disabled, and meet financial criteria. Application shall be made no later than August 15 in each calendar year.
Published by Order of the City Council.
Dated: May 17, 2021
Andrew Bremseth, City Administrator
Publication Dates: June 5, 2021

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