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Wednesday, June 21, 2017 8:07 AM
  • Ordinance No. 426

    AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SOLID WASTE; REQUIRING THAT SOLID WASTE COLLECTED WITHIN THE CITY BE DISPOSED OF ONLY AT CERTAIN LOCATIONS; AMENDING THE PROVISIONS OF THE CHATFIELD CODE, PART II, SUBPART A, CHAPTER 22, SECTION 22-36.



    BE IT ENACTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE

    CITY OF CHATFIELD, MINNESOTA:



    Section 1. The provisions of the Chatfield Code, Part H, Subpart A, Chapter 22, Section 22-36 are amended to read:



    Sec. 22-36. - Required destination of categories.



    (a) All refuse and solid waste collected and picked up within the city, except yard and garden waste, shall be hauled and transported only to: the Fillmore County Resource Recovery Center; the Olmsted County Resource Recovery Center; or, such other location for disposal or transfer permitted by either the provisions of the Fillmore or Olmsted County Solid Waste Management plans.

    (b) Yard and garden waste only may be taken by the contractor or individuals to the city yard waste dump located in the South One-Half of the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 1, Township 104 North, Range 12 West, Fillmore County, Minnesota. Residential and nonresidential places may dispose of their own garden and yard waste at said dump. All bags and containers of garden and yard waste must be emptied as no plastic bags or other containers shall be deposited at the dump. No other refuse may be dumped or disposed of at said site.

    (c) All bulky wastes, construction debris, batteries, and tires shall be disposed of by private arrangement with the contractor and in deposit sites approved by the city, county, and/or state governments. Hazardous wastes shall also be properly disposed of. Bulky wastes may be placed curbside for collection at the time of any citywide bulky waste collection authorized by the city council from time to time. Advance written notice to all residents shall be given of such a bulky waste collection. ste oil may not be handled by the contractor and must be disposed of at service stations specifically allowed to accept waste oil.

    Section 2. This ordinance shall be effective 30 days following its publication.

    Passed and adopted by the City of Chatfield, Minnesota, this day of , 2017.



    By: Russell Smith, Mayor Attest: Joel A. Young, City Clerk

  • The following non-confidential traffic and criminal cases from 4/21/17 to 4/27/17 were compiled from reports released from the Fillmore County Court Administrator’s office.
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