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Manhattan Beach: Council reviews zoning map

In their April 7 meeting, the Manhattan Beach City Council agreed to send its zoning map, recently revised by the planning and zoning commission, back to the commission for further correction and review.

In their April 7 meeting, the Manhattan Beach City Council agreed to send its zoning map, recently revised by the planning and zoning commission, back to the commission for further correction and review.

Among the corrections needed was the removal of the word "industrial" from the legend, since it had already been removed from city ordinances. Also, the boundary area along County Road 1 and the eastern portion of Goldenstein Road needed its legal description verified.

Mayor Paul Allen said the city attorney should be asked to check to see if he can find any answers on what the city of Fifty Lakes has for a legal description.

The council also agreed to renew its fire service contract with the city of Crosslake, the amount of which had decreased $142.65 from the previous year.

Council members also agreed to sign a contract with Northern Lakes Landscape LLC of Crosslake to complete the city's rain garden. They accepted the bid from Northern Lakes in their previous meeting.

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The council planned ditch cleanups on County Road 66, County Road 1, Goldenstein Road, Satchell Road and a portion of Meyer Lake Road for the last weekend in April. They also agreed to donate $300 to the youth group that agreed to do the work.

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