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City Council Agenda Packet 07-22-2019AGENDA REGULAR MEETING — MONTICELLO CITY COUNCIL Monday, July 22, 2019 — 6:30 p.m. Mississippi Room, Monticello Community Center CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING Academy Room 5 p.m. 5:00 p.m. Budget Discussion 5:15 p.m. Budget Workshop - Public Works/Engineering/Utilities 6:00 p.m. Consideration of a land exchange between the City of Monticello and Economic Development Authority PIDs# 155171000060 and 213100232400 Mayor: Brian Stumpf Council Members: Jim Davidson, Bill Fair, Charlotte Gabler, Lloyd Hilgart 1. General Business A. Call to Order & Pledge of Allegiance B. Approval of Agenda — Councilmembers or the City Administrator may add items to the agenda for discussion purposes or approval. The City Council may or may not take official action on items added to the agenda. C. Approval of Meeting Minutes • Special Meeting Minutes from July 8, 2019 • Regular Meeting Minutes from July 8, 2019 D. Citizen Comments — Individuals may address the City Council about any item not contained on the agenda. Each speaker will be allotted three minutes with a maximum of five speakers. The Mayor may allow for additional time and/or speakers. The City Council generally takes no official action of items discussed, with the exception of referral to staff for future report. E. Public Service Announcements/Updates • 2019-2020 Monticello Royalty Introductions • Music on the Mississippi F. Council Liaison Updates • EDA • MOAA • I-94 Coalition G. Department Updates • City Administrator Update • Construction Update • Wright County Sheriff Office Quarterly Update • FiberNet Quarterly Update • Trailblazer Transit Update 2. Consent Agenda — All items listed on the Consent Agenda are considered standard or may not need discussion prior to approval. These items are acted upon by one motion unless a councilmember, the city administrator, or a citizen requests the item by removed from consent for additional discussion. A. Consideration of approving payment of bills B. Consideration of approving new hires and departures for City departments C. Consideration of approving the sale/disposal of surplus city property D. Consideration of adopting Resolution 2019-48 accepting donations from the Fire Relief Association - $5,913 for Wildland Gear fire boots and $1,593 for boat lights and a Buffalo Heart Safe grant award from Wright County Area United Way for a Physio CR2 AED (value of $880) E. Consideration of appointing Paul Konsor to the Monticello Planning Commission for a term to expire December 31, 2021 F. Consideration of adopting Ordinance 726 amending the City Code, Title 2, Chapter 1 — Planning Commission meeting time and amending Regular Meeting Schedule of Council and Commissions to begin Planning Commission meeting at 6:15 p.m. effective August 6, 2019 G. Consideration of authorizing a payment to the Coalition of Utility Cities for city share of CUC membership dues in the amount of $30,439 H. Consideration of renewing membership in the Highway 25 Coalition for 2019 in the amount of $15,000 I. Consideration of adopting Ordinance 724 for rezoning to B-2 (Limited Business) from B-2 (Limited Business) and B-3 (Highway Business) and preliminary and final plat and development agreement for River Mill 6th Addition for proposed office building. Applicant: Stacy Thielman-Jost J. Consideration to table action on a request for Conditional Use Permit for a 92 unit multi-family/assisted living facility in the R-4 (Medium -High Density Residence) District. Applicant: Monticello Senior Housing Owner, LLC — Michael Hoagberg K. Consideration of approving a revised easement agreement in the amount of $5,537 with Realty Income (Speedway) for the 2018 Pedestrian Improvement Project, City Project 18C001 L. Consideration of approving Changer Order No. 1 with Michels Corporation contract to install FiberNet facilities at the Featherstone 4th Addition Development in an amount of up to $31,115 M. Consideration of approving a memorandum of understanding between the City of Monticello and Wright County for the installation and maintenance of a pedestrian activated flasher system on County State Aid Highway 75 at Washington Street N. Consideration of authorizing advertisement of bids for replacement of the Monticello Community Center waterslide 2A. Consideration of items removed from the consent agenda for discussion 3. Public Hearings 4. Regular Agenda A. Consideration of approving a request for preliminary plat for Haven Ridge, a 335 unit residential development, including single-family and townhome unit development B. Consideration of a request for Sewer Access Charge waiver by Monticello RV Inc. C. Consideration of approving a request for amendment to Planned Unit Development for Vehicle Sales & Rental for addition of an accessory Dump Station Facility, City Ordinance 725. Applicant: Kinghorn Construction — Tucker Osterberg D. Consideration of approving Change Order #1 for the Walnut Street Improvements Project in the amount of $64,231 S. Added Items 6. Adjournment AGENDA CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING MONTICELLO CITY COUNCIL Monday, July 22, 2019 — 5:00 p.m. Academy Room, MCC AGENDA 1. Call to Order 2. 5:00 p.m. Budget Discussion (Finance Director) 3. 5:15 p.m. Budget Workshop (Public Works/Engineering/Utilities) 4. 6:00 p.m. Consideration of a land exchange between the City of Monticello and Economic Development Authority (PIDs 155171000060 and 213100232400) 5. Adj ournment MINUTES SPECIAL MEETING — MONTICELLO CITY COUNCIL Monday, July 8, 2019 — 5 p.m. Academy Room City Hall - Monticello Community Center Present: Brian Stumpf, Jim Davidson, Bill Fair, Charlotte Gabler, Lloyd Hilgart Absent: None Others: City staff. Jeff O'Neill, Wayne Oberg, Jim Thares, Rachel Leonard, Angela Schumann, Matt Leonard, Sarah Rathlisberger, Tom Moores, Tom Pawelk, and Jennifer Schreiber 1. Call to Order Mayor Brian Stumpf called the special meeting to order at 5 p.m. 2. 5 p.m. 2020 Budget Discussion Wayne Oberg, Finance Director, gave a presentation which began with a review of critical budget dates. September 9, 2019 or September 23, 2019 were noted for preliminary levy and December 9, 2019 was noted for final levy, budget and fee schedule adoption. Discussion commenced on tax base changes, revenue sources, and debt levy. There will be a decrease in NSP's tax base, however, that number is unknown. There was discussion on increasing the refuse charge. Mayor Stumpf commented that he would like to see revenues equal expenses in regard to refuse, however, not all within one year. The known General Fund expenditure increases were noted. These included: police contract, wages and benefits, visioning/2040 Comprehensive Plan, capital equipment, park supplies, and election. The debt service levy was discussed in addition to future capital improvement projects. There was a question on when the new Public Works facility could possibly be built. It was noted that the project could be completed in two years - possibly 2021-2022. 3. 5:20 p.m. Budget Workshop Communications Rachel Leonard, Communications & Special Projects Coordinator, presented a proposed budget increase of $30,000 for a new city website. Communitv Development Jim Thares, Economic Development Manager, presented the budget for the EDA. The EDA is requesting a budget of $355,000 for 2020, $7,000 greater than 2019. Mr. Thares also gave a brief overview of the EDA's work plan which included marketing of properties, support of Small Area Plan, focus on Block 52, housing initiatives, and industrial development. City Council Special Meeting Minutes—July 8, 2019 Ron Hackenmueller, Chief Building Official, presented the budget for Building & Code Enforcement. He reviewed the budget items of personnel expenditures and the fees for service from building permits and rental inspections. Angela Schumann, Community Development Director, presented the budget for Planning & Zoning. The primary budget increase is for the Comprehensive Plan. The amount requested is $79,900. 4. 5:50 p.m. Pavement Management Review Matt Leonard, City Engineer/Public Works Director, gave a presentation on the current city pavement management program, what it is and why it is important. Monticello maintains approximately 65 miles of local streets. Mr. Leonard reviewed different levels of pavement condition and how it deteriorates drastically if not maintained. Different maintenance techniques were presented. In addition historical pavement investment was listed along with future funding options. Staff recommended that the city maintain a certain pavement rating (PCI) of 75 and that it invest $2 million per year. This would require a general fund contribution of $1.18 million per year which has historically been finance through bonding. 5. Adjournment By consensus the meeting was adjourned at 6:15 p.m. Recorder: Jennifer Schreiber Approved: Attest: City Council Special Meeting Minutes—July 8, 2019 City Administrator REGULAR MEETING — MONTICELLO CITY COUNCIL Monday, July 8, 2019 — 6:30 p.m. Mississippi Room, Monticello Community Center Present: Mayor Brian Stumpf, Bill Fair, Charlotte Gabler, and Lloyd Hilgart Absent: Jim Davidson 1. General Business A. Call to Order & Pledge of Allegiance Mayor Stumpf called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m. B. Approval of Agenda Mayor Stumpf requested that discussion pertaining to swans be added to the agenda. Councilmember Gabler moved approval of the agenda with the addition discussion listed above. Councilmember Fair seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously. C. Approval of Minutes Special Meeting Minutes from June 24, 2019 Councilmember Fair moved approval of the special meeting minutes of June 24, 2019. Councilmember Davidson seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously. Regular Meeting Minutes from June 24, 2019 Councilmember Gabler moved approval of the regular meeting minutes of June 24, 2019. Councilmember Davidson seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously. D. Citizen Comments None. E. Public Service Announcements • MCC Block Party is on Thursday, July 11, 2019. • Riverfest is July 11-14, 2019. • Citizens Annual Financial Report was released by Finance Department and is a summary of the city's finances. F. Council Liaison Updates • Highway 25 Coalition — Jeff O'Neill, City Administrator, provided an update. The coalition has approved moving forward with a regional land use plan with the help of Anne Carroll, consultant/facilitator. • Planning Commission — Councilmember Gabler provided a recap of the Planning Commission meeting held on July 2. The Planning Commission City Council Minutes —July 8, 2019 Page 1 1 4 had five public hearings. These items will be brought to July 22 City Council meeting. G. Department Updates • Construction Update — Matt Leonard, City Engineer/Public Works Director, provided an update: 1) 2018 Pedestrian Improvements — working on obtaining an easement from Speedway. 2) Bertram Chain of Lakes Athletic Complex — trees are being installed and irrigation should be commencing in the next week or two. 3) Walnut Street Improvements — Molitor is planning on beginning the week of July 22 weather permitting. 2. Consent Agenda: Councilmember Fair moved approval of the consent agenda. Councilmember Hilgart seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously. A. Consideration of approving the payment of bills. Recommendation: Approved the bill and purchase card registers for a total amount of $5,897,387.91. B. Consideration of approving new hires/departures. Recommendation: Approved the hire for the liquor store and termination for the MCC. C. Consideration of approving the sale/disposal of surplus city property. Recommendation: Approved as presented. D. Consideration of adopting Resolution 2019-46 accepting donation from American Legion of flags, flag poles, bronze plaques and installation with a value of $4,215 for Riverside Cemetery and Bertram Chain of Lakes Athletic complex, a donation from East Bridge Gardeners of flower (value of $161.91) for East Bridge Park, a donation from Northwest Jaycees of $1,000 for WCF-SRU (Hazmat Team) for Fire Department training, and a donation from Joseph and Deborah Mahoney of $357.39 for a plaque for Monticello Community Center Walking Track. Recommendation: Adopted Resolution 2019-46 accepting the donations. Mayor Stumpf recognized the donors. E. Consideration of approving a Special Event Permit for a 5K Run/Walk on September 28, 2019, sponsored by Party for a Purpose to benefit the Monticello Cancer Center. Applicant: Party for a Purpose/Thurber, Tara. Recommendation: Approved the special event permit on September 28, 2019 allowing temporary use of city equipment, staff assistance, and waiver of permit fee contingent on continued site plan coordination with the Street Superintendent. F. Consideration of approving a Special Event Permit allowing the use of 3rd Street parking lot, closure of Walnut Street and related assistance in conjunction with the Rotary "Taste of the Towns" event on September 12, 2019. Applicant: Monticello Rotary Club. Recommendation: Approved the special event permit allowing temporary use and closure of the 3''1 Street parking lot for set-up beginning at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, September 11, through 12 p.m. on City Council Minutes —July 8, 2019 Page 2 14 Friday, September 13, 2019, and closure of Walnut Street on Thursday, September 12 from 4-9 p.m., contingent on: a) continued site plan coordination with the Street Superintendent, including parking lot closure and signage; b) coordination of tent placement with Streets Department; c) coordination with the Chief Building Official on tent permits; d) verification of parking agreements with surrounding property owners; e) notification regarding the event to surrounding property owners within a 2 block area west of TH 25; and f) notification and event coordination with Wright County Sheriffs Office. G. Consideration of approving a Special Event Permit for outdoor entertainment at Chatter's Bar & Grill on July 12 and 13, 2019. Applicant: Chatters Restaurant. Recommendation: Approved the special event permit. H. Consideration of approving Change Order No. 1 for the Bertram Chain of Lakes Regional Athletic Park Project, City Project No. 16C006. Recommendation: Approved Change Order no. I for the BCOL Phase I Improvements, City Project 16CO01-PHASE I. I. Consideration of accepting quote and purchasing planters for the Fallon Avenue Overpass Project, City Project No. 16CO06 from Tectura Designs in the amount of $22,705. Recommendation: Accepted the quote and purchase of concrete planters and reservoir system for the Fallon Avenue Overpass Landscaping project from Tectura Designs in the amount of $22,705. J. Consideration of approving contract with JK Landscape in the amount of $39,741 for landscaping and irrigation at the new fire station. Recommendation: Approved contract with JK Landscape for the landscaping and irrigation system in the amount of $39,741. K. Consideration of approving an amended contract with the Lakota Group/WSB for the Monticello 2040 Community Vision & Comprehensive Plan. Recommendation: Approved the amended Professional Services agreement with The Lakota Group/WSB. 2A. Consideration of items removed from the consent agenda for discussion 3. Public Hearings: A. PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration of adopting Resolution 2019-47 approving a vacation of a portion of drainag_ e and utility easements as leg_ ally_ described for Carlisle Village 6th Addition. Angela Schumann, Community Development Director, presented a brief overview. Mayor Stumpf opened the public hearing. The following individual testified: • James Praught, 8689 Giffort Avenue, Monticello (Monticello Township), expressed his concern about the drainage on his property. Staff responded to Mr. Praught's concerns and noted that his issue could be addressed via Ditch 33. A meeting is scheduled on Ditch 33 and property owners should receive a notice of the date and time of this meeting. Wright County City Council Minutes —July 8, 2019 Page 3 14 should be able to address Mr. Praught's concerns. There was no further testimony. Mayor Stumpf closed the public hearing. Councilmember Hilgart moved approval of Resolution 2019-47 approving the vacation of a portion of drainage and utility easements as legally described for Carlisle Village 6th Addition. Councilmember Fair seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously. 4. Regular Agenda: A. Consideration to direct staff to prepare an ordinance amendment for height requirements in the Mississippi Wild and Scenic Recreational River Overlav District (MWSRR) and to call for a public hearing_ by the Planning_ Commission on the amendment. Angela Schumann provided an overview. The amendment would require compliance with the 25' height requirement within the Shoreland Overlay District, consistent with MN Rules for the Shoreland District, while areas outside of the Shoreland, but within the MWSRR, allow for heights up to 35'. The ordinance amendment would come back to City Council after the public hearing is held by the Planning Commission. Councilmember Hilgart moved to direct staff to prepare an ordinance amendment for height requirements in the Mississippi Wild and Scenic Recreational River Overlay District for consideration as noted, and to call for a public hearing by the Planning Commission on the amendment. Councilmember Gabler seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously. 5. Added Items: Mayor Stumpf requested discussion on the swans and the development of a plan for the future in regard to feeding the swans. Mr. Lawrence currently feeds the swans but it would benefit the city if there was a plan of continuing the effort into the future. Jeff O'Neill responded that staff will put together a work group to discuss this issue. 6. Adiournment: By consensus, the meeting was adjourned at 7:08 p.m. Recorder: Jennifer Schreiber Approved: Attest: City Administrator City Council Minutes —July 8, 2019 Page 4 14 City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 2A. Consideration of amrovinLy vavment of bills (WO) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: City staff submits the attached bill registers and purchasing card registers for approval by Council. The bill registers contain all invoices processed and the purchasing card registers contain all card purchases made since the last Council meeting. Subject to MN Statutes, most invoices require Council approval prior to releasing checks for payment. The day following Council approval, payments will be released unless directed otherwise. A credit purchasing agreement and policy was approved by Council initially and card purchases must comply with the policy. If Council has no questions or comments on the bill and purchase card registers, these can be approved with the consent agenda. If requested, this item can be removed from consent and discussed prior to making a motion for approval. Al. Budget Impact: None A2. Staff Workload Impact: No additional work required. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: 1. Motion to approve the bill and purchase card registers for a total amount of $1,657,329.44. 2. Motion to approve the registers with changes directed by Council. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: City staff recommends Alternative #1 or #2, per direction of Council. D. SUPPORTING DATA: • Bill registers and Purchase Card registers Accounts Payable Computer Check Proof List by Vendor User: Julie.Cheney Printed: 07/16/2019 - 9:53AM Batch: 00201.07.2019 - 201.07.2019 USB Invoice No Description Vendor: 2968 BOND TRUST SERV CORP - Wire Transfer 49874 89.85 Series 2011 AGO Refunding Bonds - Interest 609-49754-424100 Check Total: Vendor: 4263 CAYAN 1072211 6/2019 (3) cc machine rental 1072211 6/2019 (16,617) Transactions Check Sequence: 3 ACH Enabled: True Check Total: Vendor: 2439 DEPT OF EMPLOYMENT & ECON DEVELO Qtr 2 2019 07/15/2019 Qtr 2 2019 Unemployment Benefits Qtr 2 2019 5,140.29 Qtr 2 2019 Unemployment Benefits Check Total: Vendor: 3241 LINCOLN FINANCIAL GROUP 7/1/2019 07/15/2019 July 2019 2,565.75 Check Total: Vendor: 1593 MN DEPT OF REVENUE - ACH 7/12/2019 Check Sequence: 5 June Sales Tax - Hi Way Liquor 7/12/2019 07/15/2019 June Sales Tax - Hi Way Liquor 7/12/2019 -0.11 June Sales Tax - MCC 7/12/2019 June Sales Tax - MCC 7/12/2019 226-00000-208100 June Sales Tax - Water 7/12/2019 07/15/2019 June Sales Tax - Water 7/12/2019 1,791.17 June Use Tax- General 7/12/2019 June Sales Tax - General 7/12/2019 601-00000-362900 June Sales Tax - General 7/12/2019 07/15/2019 June Waste Tax - General 7/12/2019 87.38 June Waste Tax - General Amount Payment Date Acct Number Check Sequence: 1 22,275.00 07/15/2019 312-47000-461100 22,275.00 Moiiii6effo Y Reference ACH Enabled: True AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/16/2019 - 9:53 AM) Page 1 Check Sequence: 2 ACH Enabled: True 89.85 07/15/2019 609-49754-424100 1,163.19 07/15/2019 609-49754-443980 1,253.04 Check Sequence: 3 ACH Enabled: True 4,292.72 07/15/2019 101-45201-414200 847.57 07/15/2019 101-43120-414200 5,140.29 Check Sequence: 4 ACH Enabled: True 2,565.75 07/15/2019 101-00000-217066 2,565.75 Check Sequence: 5 ACH Enabled: True 11,700.11 07/15/2019 609-00000-208100 -0.11 07/15/2019 609-00000-362900 5,739.41 07/15/2019 226-00000-208100 -0.41 07/15/2019 226-45122-362900 1,791.17 07/15/2019 601-00000-208100 -0.17 07/15/2019 601-00000-362900 296.00 07/15/2019 101-45130-444140 87.38 07/15/2019 101-00000-208100 -0.38 07/15/2019 101-00000-362900 102.41 07/15/2019 101-00000-208120 -1.41 07/15/2019 101-00000-362900 AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/16/2019 - 9:53 AM) Page 1 Invoice No Description Amount Payment Date Acct Number Check Total: 19,714.00 Vendor: 4732 MONEY MOVERS, INC. Check Sequence: 6 120104 Fitness Rewards - June 2019 52.50 07/15/2019 226-45122-430900 Check Total: 52.50 Vendor: 1426 CITY OF MONTICELLO Check Sequence: 7 UB May 2019 5002 - 1510 Hart Blvd. sprinkler 26.74 07/15/2019 101-43120-438200 UB May 2019 5003 - 1460 Hart Blvd. sprinkler 9.06 07/15/2019 101-43120-438200 UB May 2019 5004- 1390Hart Blvd. sprinkler 148.40 07/15/2019 101-43120-438200 UB May 2019 5005- 822 Hart Blvd. sprinkler 5.60 07/15/2019 101-43120-438200 UB May 2019 5026 - Ellison Park 203.65 07/15/2019 101-45201-438200 UB May 2019 5248 - Bridge Park E. sprinkler 117.12 07/15/2019 101-45201-438200 UB May 2019 5249 - Bridge Park W. sprinkler 61.89 07/15/2019 101-45201-438200 UB May 2019 5250 - Bridge Park W. 41.37 07/15/2019 101-45201-438200 UB May 2019 5637 - Meadow Oak Dog Park 5.60 07/15/2019 101-45201-438200 UB May 2019 7224 - WWTP 1,903.79 07/15/2019 602-49480-438200 UB May 2019 7256-003 - Monti Arts bldg. 14.78 07/15/2019 101-45204-438200 UB May 2019 7256-007 - 103 Pine St. EDA 14.78 07/15/2019 213-46301-438200 UB May 2019 7441 - 200 W. 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(20) 5 gal 412.50 07/15/2019 101-43120-421510 07/06/2019 DSG-Dakota Supply - drain tile; (16) poly 45 be 1,306.90 07/15/2019 101-43130-421990 07/06/2019 NBP - Cash Register Paper 72.99 07/15/2019 226-45122-421990 07/06/2019 NBP - Markers, Tape, Log Book, Cleaning Wipe 138.15 07/15/2019 101-41310-421990 07/06/2019 Sprint Aquatics - Aquatic Sprint Ducks, Floating 147.52 07/15/2019 226-45124-421990 07/06/2019 Sprint Aquatics - Swim Caps (15) 20.95 07/15/2019 226-45125-425411 07/06/2019 Dollar Tree - Baskets, Bubbles, Storage Contain( 14.00 07/15/2019 226-45124-421990 07/06/2019 Walmart - Storage Tub for First Aid Supplies 8.98 07/15/2019 226-45124-421990 07/06/2019 Walmart - Glues, Cards for Friendship Island 17.60 07/15/2019 226-45127-421981 07/06/2019 Holiday - Unleaded Fuel 10.940 gals @ $2.539 27.78 07/15/2019 217-41990-421200 07/06/2019 AED Superstore - Face Shield Lung Bags for CP 109.00 07/15/2019 226-45124-421990 07/06/2019 Amazon - LED Wall Clock, Packaging Tape & L 71.04 07/15/2019 101-41310-421990 07/06/2019 Amazon - Wall Clock 32.35 07/15/2019 101-41310-421990 07/06/2019 Amazon - Batteries (D & AA) 26.05 07/15/2019 226-45122-421990 07/06/2019 National Gym Supply - Exerflex Cable 61.63 07/15/2019 226-45126-422990 07/06/2019 Amazon - Coffee, Broom 25.88 07/15/2019 101-41310-421990 07/06/2019 Randys - Monthly Shredding Service (CH) 21.32 07/15/2019 101-41310-431990 07/06/2019 Randys - Monthly Shredding Service (DMV) 21.32 07/15/2019 217-41990-431990 07/06/2019 NBP - Mailing Labels 20.49 07/15/2019 226-45122-421990 07/06/2019 Home Depot - Toilet Hardware for Help Center 4.66 07/15/2019 217-41990-421990 07/06/2019 Runnings - Weed Killer, Misc Hardware 37.83 07/15/2019 226-45126-422990 07/06/2019 Holiday - Unleaded Fuel 10.709 gals @ $2.639 28.26 07/15/2019 217-41990-421200 07/06/2019 Allianz Travel Insurance - Trip Insurance to DC 24.95 07/15/2019 101-41110-433100 07/06/2019 D Michael B's - Area Finance Lunch (SR) 14.19 07/15/2019 101-41520-433100 07/06/2019 Holiday - Unleaded Fuel 10.389 gals @ $2.639 27.42 07/15/2019 217-41990-421200 07/06/2019 Home Depot - Snake for Toilets 33.98 07/15/2019 226-45126-422990 07/06/2019 Home Depot - Shower Curtain, Rings - For Fami 26.94 07/15/2019 226-45126-422990 07/06/2019 Cub - Snacks for Training 29.43 07/15/2019 101-41800-443990 07/06/2019 Sams Club - Pens, Soap, Swiffers 45.20 07/15/2019 226-45122-421990 07/06/2019 Sams Club - Snacks for Friendship Island 223.79 07/15/2019 226-45127-421981 07/06/2019 Target - Protein Bars for Concession 78.31 07/15/2019 226-45125-425410 07/06/2019 Target - Markers, Scissors 15.97 07/15/2019 226-45125-421990 07/06/2019 Delta Airlines - Flight to Washington DC (CG) 369.60 07/15/2019 101-41110-433100 07/06/2019 Walmart - Firendship Island Supplies: Bubbles,1 85.20 07/15/2019 226-45127-421981 07/06/2019 Sams Club - Snacks for Ballfield Concession Re 112.13 07/15/2019 226-45125-425410 07/06/2019 Sams Club - Snacks for Friendship Island 73.26 07/15/2019 226-45127-421981 07/06/2019 American Red Cross - Lifeguard Recertification 228.00 07/15/2019 226-45124-433100 07/06/2019 NBP - Mailing Labels, Rubber Bands, Tape Disp 121.96 07/15/2019 101-41310-421990 07/06/2019 NBP - Labels, Pens, Paper, Pencils 216.14 07/15/2019 101-41310-421990 AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/16/2019 - 9:53 AM) Page 4 Invoice No Description Amount Payment Date Acct Number Reference 07/06/2019 AIPCA- Membership Renewal (WO) 285.00 07/15/2019 101-41520-443300 07/06/2019 AIPCA - CGMA Designation Renewal (WO) 140.00 07/15/2019 101-41520-443300 07/06/2019 Verizon - April 21 - May 20 35.01 07/15/2019 101-43115-432100 07/06/2019 Verizon - April 21 - May 20 61.03 07/15/2019 101-43120-432100 07/06/2019 Verizon - April 21 - May 20 35.01 07/15/2019 101-45201-432100 07/06/2019 Verizon - April 21 - May 20 17.50 07/15/2019 601-49440-432100 07/06/2019 Verizon - April 21 - May 20 17.51 07/15/2019 602-49490-432100 07/06/2019 Verizon - April 21 - May 20 140.04 07/15/2019 101-42200-432100 07/06/2019 Canal Park Lodge - 2019 Summer EDAM Confe 260.78 07/15/2019 213-46301-433100 07/06/2019 Spectrum Sports - Annual Rock Wall & Belay In 475.00 07/15/2019 226-45126-431990 07/06/2019 Home Depot - Flush Valve 171.32 07/15/2019 226-45126-422990 07/06/2019 92.6 lb. quick rete portland; 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suckers; paper towels 209.44 07/15/2019 609-49754-421990 07/06/2019 Amazon - (4) electrical tape 25.18 07/15/2019 101-42200-422990 07/06/2019 Amazon - (2) grip tape for boat 26.20 07/15/2019 101-42200-422990 07/06/2019 Runnings - 2 gal. sprayer; nozzle 28.10 07/15/2019 101-45201-421650 07/06/2019 Monti Napa - lead & copper testing shipment 25 28.67 07/15/2019 601-49440-432200 07/06/2019 Amazon - 18C003-CONSTR - LED desk lamp v 29.45 07/15/2019 400-43300-452010 07/06/2019 Amazon - 18C003-CONSTR - trash can lid 30.38 07/15/2019 400-43300-452010 07/06/2019 Monti Napa - fuel filter; (2) oil filters 31.30 07/15/2019 602-49490-421990 07/06/2019 Home Depot - (4) 10'2x4; (4) 2x4 96" whitewoc 33.64 07/15/2019 101-45201-421650 07/06/2019 Runnings - 3 gal sprayer 17.76 07/15/2019 101-45201-421650 07/06/2019 Monti Napa - lead sample shipping to Pace Lab: 36.34 07/15/2019 601-49440-432200 07/06/2019 Sherwin Williams - gal. 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Cyberspace paint 215.26 07/15/2019 101-45201-421650 07/06/2019 Zee Medical - asst. bandages; nitr. gloves- Water 62.80 07/15/2019 601-49440-420650 07/06/2019 Zee Medical - asst. bandages; eye wash; nitrl glo 144.75 07/15/2019 101-43127-420650 07/06/2019 Zee Medical - resp. wipes; (2) clean & Safe disp, 40.60 07/15/2019 101-45201-420650 07/06/2019 Galls - wildland boots exchange- cr. to come 271.99 07/15/2019 101-42200-421120 07/06/2019 Galls -Relief Dona/CPE Grant Wildland boots 7,626.18 07/15/2019 101-42200-421120 07/06/2019 Wr. Co. 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Date: 7/22/19 Approved by: Mayor Brian Stumpf Reference ACH Enabled: True AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/16/2019 - 9:53 AM) Page 11 Accounts Payable Computer Check Proof List by Vendor User: Julie.Cheney Printed: 07/17/2019 - 1:56PM Batch: 00203.07.2019 - 00203.07.2019 AP Invoice No Description Vendor: 2139 ADVANCED FIRST AID INC 0719-379 Replacement Battery for Pool AED Check Total: Vendor: 2407 ALL ELEMENTS 6657 Repair Copper Siding - High Roof 226-45126-422990 Check Total: Vendor: 5296 ALLENJACKSON PROPERTIES 7/3/2019 Grading Escrow Refund Check Total: Vendor: 1018 ALLIED BLACKTOP COMPANY 3602 Enabled: (15 1) gal. road oil 1,286.00 Check Total: Vendor: 5300 ALLIED PRODUCTS CORP. 0545072 1,286.00 Donation Am. Legion- (2) 30' flagpoles Check Total: Vendor: 3991 ANOKA RAMSEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE 00448531 CPR & AED Training (5/16/19) ACH Enabled: Check Total: Vendor: 1036 APEC AQUISITIONS INC 123164 Blue Filter 2002 (2) Check Total: AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/17/2019 - 1:56 PM) Moiiii6effo Y Amount Payment Date Acct Number Reference Check Sequence: 1 ACH Enabled: True 189.52 07/23/2019 226-45126-422990 189.52 Check Sequence: 2 ACH Enabled: True 1,286.00 07/23/2019 226-45126-440100 1,286.00 Check Sequence: 3 ACH Enabled: False 3,000.00 07/23/2019 101-00000-220110 3,000.00 Check Sequence: 4 ACH Enabled: False 573.80 07/23/2019 101-43120-422400 573.80 Check Sequence: 5 ACH Enabled: False 3,355.00 07/23/2019 101-45201-421650 3,355.00 Check Sequence: 6 ACH Enabled: False 650.00 07/23/2019 101-41800-431960 650.00 Check Sequence: 7 ACH Enabled: True 32.73 07/23/2019 226-45126-422990 32.73 Page 1 Invoice No Description Amount Payment Date Acct Number Reference Vendor: 3491 ARTISAN BEER COMPANY Check Sequence: 8 ACH Enabled: False 3356130 resale - 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1:56 PM) Page 3 Invoice No Description Amount Payment Date Acct Number Reference 1080995453 resale - liquor 2,083.35 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 1080995453 resale - mix 67.65 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 1080995554 resale - beer 232.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425200 1080998773 resale - beer 147.30 07/23/2019 609-49750-425200 180998772 resale - wine 471.64 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 180998772 resale - liquor 4,447.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 180998772 resale - mix 62.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 180998772 freight 61.62 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 Check Total: 8,375.77 Vendor: 1086 BURNHAM COMPANIES LLC Check Sequence: 20 ACH Enabled: True 5503 (90) 90 yd mulch delivered 7/3/19 2,050.00 07/23/2019 101-45201-422500 Check Total: 2,050.00 Vendor: 1091 CAMPBELL KNUTSON PA Check Sequence: 21 ACH Enabled: True 2348-000G 203 Planning & Zoning Admin - June 2019 1,000.00 07/23/2019 101-41910-430400 2348-000G 203 Public Works Admin - June 2019 64.00 07/23/2019 101-43111-430400 2348-000G 203 General Legal Admin - June 2019 1,295.03 07/23/2019 101-41610-430400 2348-148G 23 16C006 - Fallon Ave Condemnation - June 2015 652.50 07/23/2019 400-43300-459018 2348-155G 8 16C006 - Bluffs In Monticello Assessment Appe 2,330.60 07/23/2019 400-43300-459018 2348-158G 3 Jameson Quiet Title Action - June 2019 24.00 07/23/2019 101-41610-430400 2348-159G 3 Ellison House Purchse - June 2019 110.60 07/23/2019 101-41610-430400 2348-161G 2 Headwaters Development LLC - June 2019 205.20 07/23/2019 101-41910-430400 Check Total: 5,681.93 Vendor: 4646 CAPITOL BEVERAGE SALES L.P. Check Sequence: 22 ACH Enabled: True 2286571 resale- beer 22,253.95 07/23/2019 609-49750-425200 2286571 resale- beer n/a 152.40 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 2289651 resale- beer 15,834.57 07/23/2019 609-49750-425200 2289651 resale- beer n/a 121.60 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 Check Total: 38,362.52 Vendor: 1106 CENTRAL MCGOWAN INC Check Sequence: 23 ACH Enabled: True 00291710 Bulk Carbon Dioxide (694 lbs) 181.68 07/23/2019 226-45124-421600 Check Total: 181.68 Vendor: 1117 COALITION OF UTILITY CITIES Check Sequence: 24 ACH Enabled: False 0039079 Coalition of Utility Cities Dues 2019 30,439.00 07/23/2019 101-41310-443300 AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/17/2019 - 1:56 PM) Page 4 Invoice No Description Amount Payment Date Acct Number Reference AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/17/2019 - 1:56 PM) Page 5 Check Total: 30,439.00 Vendor: 4205 MICHAEL CYR Check Sequence: 25 ACH Enabled: False TIF 1-29 Pay As You Go - 1st Pmt 2019 - Principal 8,271.73 07/23/2019 213-46529-465110 TIF 1-29 Pay As You Go - 1st Pmt 2019 - Interest 5,341.44 07/23/2019 213-46529-465110 Check Total: 13,613.17 Vendor: 5109 D. ERVASTI SALES CO., LLC Check Sequence: 26 ACH Enabled: False 14617 ballflds- pallet Sure Dry drying agent 636.00 07/23/2019 101-45203-421990 Check Total: 636.00 Vendor: 1129 DAHLHEIMER BEVERAGE LLC Check Sequence: 27 ACH Enabled: True 112-0666 resale - beer 36,117.55 07/23/2019 609-49750-425200 112-0666 resale - beer n/a 54.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 112-0718 resale - beer 49,228.83 07/23/2019 609-49750-425200 112-0718 resale - beer n/a 192.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 112-0734 resale - beer 3,141.35 07/23/2019 609-49750-425200 112-0770 resale - beer 16,856.45 07/23/2019 609-49750-425200 112-0770 resale - beer n/a 63.10 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 864419 resale - beer 4,749.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425200 866618 resale - beer 1,688.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425200 869436 resale - beer 397.25 07/23/2019 609-49750-425200 869436 resale - beer n/a 18.05 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 Check Total: 112,505.58 Vendor: 4394 DAXKO, LLC Check Sequence: 28 ACH Enabled: False 59447 Spectrum - Software Fee 9,805.78 07/23/2019 226-45122-430900 59569 Key Tag Style - Membership Scan Cards for Ke} 1,075.00 07/23/2019 226-45122-421990 Check Total: 10,880.78 Vendor: 1136 GORDON J DEHMER Check Sequence: 29 ACH Enabled: False 8258 labor - service (5) extinguishers - Hi -Way Liquor 25.00 07/23/2019 609-49754-431990 8258 parts- service (5) extinguishers - Hi -Way Liquor 48.75 07/23/2019 609-49754-431990 Check Total: 73.75 Vendor: 2050 DEMVI LLC Check Sequence: 30 ACH Enabled: False 7/12/2019 August - Parking Lot Easement Maint Agreemen 121.60 07/23/2019 213-46301-443990 AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/17/2019 - 1:56 PM) Page 5 Invoice No Description Amount Payment Date Acct Number Reference 121.60 Check Total: Vendor: 5201 DICK FAMILY, INC. 5250125 Check Sequence: 31 resale - beer True 645.60 Check Total: Vendor: 1153 ECM PUBLISHERS INC 708050 Monticello Senior Housing Variance Ad# 95387' 709544 Ad # 948583 - 7/4/19 Riverfest Check Sequence: 32 Check Total: Vendor: 4191 ELK RIVER GREENHOUSE LLC 7/15/2019 Farmers Market Token Collection Log - 7/11/19 460.00 07/23/2019 Check Total: Vendor: 1165 EMERGENCY APPARATUS MAINTENANCE 106238 labor -Engine 4 - check for fluid leaking fro the h 106238 parts -Engine 4 - check for fluid leaking fro the h Check Sequence: 33 ACH Enabled: Check Total: Vendor: 1793 EMERGENCY AUTOMOTIVETECHNOLOG: MP070919-52 ECCO 5 meter wire for dash mount joystick coni 141.00 Check Total: Vendor: 1720 EXTRACTOR CORPORATION 19-1136 Check Sequence: 34 Brake Part Kit True 424.50 Check Total: Vendor: 2561 FERGUSON WATERWORKS #2516 0325701 07/23/2019 3 HP Turbine meter R800I ; 3 HPT Meter ecdr u Check Total: Vendor: 2273 FIBERNET MONTICELLO - ACH 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Phone City Hall 7/8/2019 ACH Enabled: July 2019 - Phone - MCC 7/8/2019 07/23/2019 July 2019 - Phone - Ballfields 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Phone - DMV Amount Payment Date Acct Number Reference 121.60 Check Sequence: 31 ACH Enabled: True 645.60 07/23/2019 609-49750-425200 645.60 Check Sequence: 32 ACH Enabled: True 110.76 07/23/2019 101-41910-435100 460.00 07/23/2019 609-49754-434990 570.76 Check Sequence: 33 ACH Enabled: True 141.00 07/23/2019 226-45127-431992 141.00 Check Sequence: 34 ACH Enabled: True 424.50 07/23/2019 101-42200-440500 33.96 07/23/2019 101-42200-440500 458.46 Check Sequence: 35 ACH Enabled: False 56.71 07/23/2019 101-42200-422100 56.71 Check Sequence: 36 ACH Enabled: False 54.00 07/23/2019 226-45126-422990 54.00 Check Sequence: 37 ACH Enabled: False 3,060.85 07/23/2019 601-49440-422701 3,060.85 Check Sequence: 38 ACH Enabled: True 660.12 07/23/2019 702-00000-432100 568.36 07/23/2019 702-00000-432100 19.85 07/23/2019 702-00000-432100 274.44 07/23/2019 702-00000-432100 AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/17/2019 - 1:56 PM) Page 6 Invoice No Description Amount Payment Date Acct Number 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Phone - Hi Way Liquor 349.22 07/23/2019 702-00000-432100 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Phone - Fire Hall 237.85 07/23/2019 702-00000-432100 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Phone - Public Works 276.05 07/23/2019 702-00000-432100 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Phone - Parks 114.99 07/23/2019 702-00000-432100 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Phone - Prairie Center 14.29 07/23/2019 702-00000-432100 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Phone - Sheriff 70.29 07/23/2019 702-00000-432100 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Phone - MCC @ Prairie Center 99.57 07/23/2019 702-00000-432100 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Internet - City Hall 134.95 07/23/2019 702-00000-432300 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Internet - MCC 10.00 07/23/2019 702-00000-432300 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Internet - Ballfields 10.00 07/23/2019 702-00000-432300 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Internet - DMV 41.95 07/23/2019 702-00000-432300 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Internet - Hi Way Liquor 41.95 07/23/2019 702-00000-432300 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Internet - Fire Hall 41.95 07/23/2019 702-00000-432300 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Internet - Animal Shelter 29.95 07/23/2019 702-00000-432300 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Internet - Public Works 69.95 07/23/2019 702-00000-432300 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Internet - Sheriff 41.95 07/23/2019 702-00000-432300 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Internet - MCC @ Prairie Center 39.90 07/23/2019 702-00000-432300 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Cable - Fire Hall 5.11 07/23/2019 101-42200-431990 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Cable - City Hall 12.95 07/23/2019 101-41310-431990 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Cable - MCC 338.01 07/23/2019 226-45127-432500 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Data Hosting - City Hall 500.00 07/23/2019 702-00000-431900 7/8/2019 July 2019 - Service Contract - City Hall 250.00 07/23/2019 702-00000-431900 Check Total: 4,253.65 Vendor: 1179 FIRE SAFETY USA INC Check Sequence: 39 120664 coupler - dual controller 82.05 07/23/2019 101-42200-422100 Check Total: 82.05 Vendor: 1189 FOSTER WHITE AGENCY INC Check Sequence: 40 19178 Insurance Commission - 7/15/19 - 7/15/20 3,450.00 07/23/2019 101-00000-155020 Check Total: 3,450.00 Vendor: 3762 GARRETTS DIAMOND CITY BREAD Check Sequence: 41 7/15/2019 Farmers Market Token Collection Log - 7/11/19 26.00 07/23/2019 226-45127-431992 Check Total: 26.00 Vendor: 5291 GM CONTRACTING Check Sequence: 42 7/16/19 refund Water Use Permit - dep. $1500-$1402.10 1,500.00 07/23/2019 601-00000-220111 7/16/19 refund Water Use Permit - dep. $1500-$1402.10 -1,305.80 07/23/2019 601-49440-371100 7/16/19 refund Water Use Permit - dep. $1500-$1402.10 -96.30 07/23/2019 601-00000-208100 Reference ACH Enabled: False ACH Enabled: False ACH Enabled: True ACH Enabled: False AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/17/2019 - 1:56 PM) Page 7 Invoice No Description Amount Payment Date Acct Number Reference 97.90 Check Total: Vendor: 1205 GRAINGER INC 9220277157 Auto Flush Valve 9223406779 Wall Mount Fans (2) Check Total: Vendor: 5292 CATHY GROTT 7/9/2019 refund Water Use Permit - dep $2000 - 114.10 u; 7/9/2019 refund Water Use Permit - dep $2000 - 114.10 uE 7/9/2019 refund Water Use Permit - dep $2000 - 114.10 uE 81.62 Check Total: Vendor: 1223 HAWKINS INC 4531883 Pool Chemicals 217.21 Check Total: Vendor: 5276 BRIA HILLUKKA 7/15/2019 Farmers Market Token Collection Log - 7/11/19 Check Total: Vendor: 4218 HOHENSTEINS, INC 148579 resale - beer 2,000.00 Check Total: Vendor: 1244 HORIZON COMMERCIAL POOL SUPPLY 190619174 Pool Chemicals - Filter Cleaner/Stain Remover -106.26 Check Total: Vendor: 3356 INDIAN ISLAND WINERY 2746 resale - wine -7.84 Check Total: Vendor: 1253 J H LARSON COMPANY 5102046394.001 40W Fluorescent Lamps (10) S102046394.001 32W Fluorescent Lamps (30) S102046394.001 32W Fluorescent Lamps (30) Amount Payment Date Acct Number Reference 97.90 Check Sequence: 43 ACH Enabled: False 135.59 07/23/2019 609-49754-422990 81.62 07/23/2019 226-45126-422990 217.21 Check Sequence: 44 ACH Enabled: False 2,000.00 07/23/2019 601-00000-220111 -106.26 07/23/2019 601-49440-371100 -7.84 07/23/2019 601-00000-208100 1,885.90 Check Sequence: 45 ACH Enabled: True 1,145.26 07/23/2019 226-45124-421600 1,145.26 Check Sequence: 46 ACH Enabled: True 26.00 07/23/2019 226-45127-431992 26.00 Check Sequence: 47 ACH Enabled: False 1,154.50 07/23/2019 609-49750-425200 1,154.50 Check Sequence: 48 ACH Enabled: False 168.95 07/23/2019 226-45124-421600 168.95 Check Sequence: 49 ACH Enabled: False 249.60 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 249.60 Check Sequence: 50 ACH Enabled: False 55.10 07/23/2019 226-45126-422990 60.67 07/23/2019 226-45126-422990 60.68 07/23/2019 101-41941-422990 AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/17/2019 - 1:56 PM) Page 8 Invoice No Description Amount Payment Date Acct Number Reference S102046394.001 32W Fluorescent Lamps (30) 60.68 07/23/2019 656-00000-202099 Check Total: 237.13 Vendor: 1830 J P COOKE COMPANY Check Sequence: 51 ACH Enabled: False 561049 Custom Stamp for DMV 49.95 07/23/2019 217-41990-421990 Check Total: 49.95 Vendor: 1259 JJ TAYLOR DISTRIBUTING Check Sequence: 52 ACH Enabled: False 2996813 resale - beer 2,815.25 07/23/2019 609-49750-425200 2996813 freight 3.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 2996845 resale - beer 5,418.69 07/23/2019 609-49750-425200 2996845 resale - beer n/a 96.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 2996845 freight 3.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 2996846 resale - beer credit -69.52 07/23/2019 609-49750-425200 Check Total: 8,266.42 Vendor: 1263 JOHNSON BROTHERS LIQUOR CO. Check Sequence: 53 ACH Enabled: False 1326085 freight 11.92 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 1326085 resale - liquor 1,469.25 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 1326086 resale - wine 556.20 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 1326086 resale - mix 130.70 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 1326086 freight 23.84 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 1327510 freight 52.02 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 1327510 resasle- liquor 4,270.02 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 1327511 freight 51.53 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 1327511 resale - wine 1,650.28 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 1327511 resale - wine n/a 109.35 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 1330346 resale - liquor 2,509.75 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 1330346 freight 31.54 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 1330347 freight 26.82 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 1330347 resale- wine 773.95 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 1330690 resale - liquor 846.60 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 1330690 freight 14.90 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 1331646 resale - liquor 3,363.33 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 1331646 freight 45.07 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 1331647 freight 41.72 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 1331647 resale - wine 1,120.35 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 1331647 resale - mix 64.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 1332575 freight 79.99 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 1332575 resale - liquor 6,687.44 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/17/2019 - 1:56 PM) Page 9 Invoice No Description Amount Payment Date Acct Number Reference 1332576 resale - wine 1,444.80 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 1332576 resale - mix 159.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 1332576 freight 47.68 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 1332577 resale - beer 195.60 07/23/2019 609-49750-425200 1335145 resale - hiquor 2,377.68 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 1335145 freight 53.65 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 1335146 freight 8.94 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 1335146 resale - wine 308.20 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 1336166 resale - liquor 3,938.58 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 1336166 freight 56.62 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 1336167 freight 17.88 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 1336167 resale- wine 524.90 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 1336893 resale- liquor 4,017.12 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 1336893 freight 33.15 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 1336894 freight 52.15 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 1336894 resale - wine 1,725.90 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 1336894 resale - wine n/a 36.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 552654 resale - wine credit inv. # 1321980 -148.90 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 552654 freight credit inv. # 1321980 -1.49 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 Check Total: 38,778.03 Vendor: 2641 JOHNSON MATERIALS INC Check Sequence: 54 ACH Enabled: False 4989 (10.55) Class 5 base 64.35 07/23/2019 101-43120-422400 Check Total: 64.35 Vendor: 5294 KEYSTONE COMPENSATION GROUP LLC Check Sequence: 55 ACH Enabled: False 758 Phase 1 - Project Planning, Data Collection, Mar 4,300.00 07/23/2019 101-41800-433100 Check Total: 4,300.00 Vendor: 1273 KIWI KAI IMPORTS, INC. Check Sequence: 56 ACH Enabled: False 55825 resale- wine 159.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 55825 freight 2.25 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 56969 resale- wine 831.50 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 56969 freight 12.50 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 Check Total: 1,005.25 Vendor: 5270 JUDITH KOVACS Check Sequence: 57 ACH Enabled: True 7/15/2019 Farmers Market Token Collection Log - 7/11/19 31.00 07/23/2019 226-45127-431992 AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/17/2019 - 1:56 PM) Page 10 Invoice No Description Vendor: 1303 M AMUNDSON CIGAR & CANDY CO, LLP Check Total: Vendor: 5299 LANDSCAPE STRUCTURES INC. 075205 resale - return (6) item 800821 replace (2) spring riders - Pioneer Pk Check Total: Vendor: 5298 Check Total: Vendor: 4494 LAXMI HOTEL INC TIF 1-22.5 Vendor: 1309 Pay As You Go - 1 st Pmt 2019 - Interest 121539 (10) Tuff Turf Check Total: Vendor: 3933 CHARLES LONG 7/15/2019 (10) Tuff Turf Farmers Market Token Collection Log - 7/11/19 Cat Litter for Animal Shelter 121874 Check Total: Vendor: 4456 LUPULIN BREWING LLC 22163 False resale - beer 07/23/2019 Check Total: Vendor: 1303 M AMUNDSON CIGAR & CANDY CO, LLP 283522 resale - cigarettes; juice 283522 resale - tobacco; barware 283522 resale - return (6) item 800821 Check Total: Vendor: 5298 MAD MONKEY MEDIA 4840 Drawstring Backpacks - POP for Farmers Marke Check Sequence: 58 Check Total: Vendor: 1309 MARTIE'S FARM SERVICE INC 121539 (10) Tuff Turf 121540 (10) Tuff Turf 121541 (10) Tuff Turf 121542 (10) Tuff Turf 121666 Cat Litter for Animal Shelter 121874 Adopt a Park- (2) bamboo stakes- E. Bridge Parl, 137178 Adopt a Park- (2) 4 pks Amount Payment Date Acct Number Reference 31.00 Check Sequence: 58 ACH Enabled: False 2,070.00 07/23/2019 101-45201-440800 2,070.00 Check Sequence: 59 ACH Enabled: False 5,135.14 07/23/2019 213-46585-465110 5,135.14 Check Sequence: 60 ACH Enabled: False 126.00 07/23/2019 226-45127-431992 126.00 Check Sequence: 61 ACH Enabled: True 360.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425200 360.00 Check Sequence: 62 ACH Enabled: True 2,347.34 07/23/2019 609-49750-425500 1,147.49 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 -24.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 3,470.83 Check Sequence: 63 ACH Enabled: False 737.88 07/23/2019 226-45127-421750 737.88 Check Sequence: 64 ACH Enabled: False 1,000.00 07/23/2019 101-45201-422500 1,000.00 07/23/2019 101-45201-422500 1,000.00 07/23/2019 101-45201-422500 1,000.00 07/23/2019 101-45201-422500 7.99 07/23/2019 101-42700-421990 7.98 07/23/2019 101-45201-440900 4.00 07/23/2019 101-45201-440900 AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/17/2019 - 1:56 PM) Page 11 Invoice No Description Amount Payment Date Acct Number 4,019.97 512.50 512.50 252.00 252.00 60.00 60.00 35,919.30 35,919.30 5,150.00 5,150.00 2,618.00 2,618.00 1,000.00 148.88 7.65 1,156.53 288.00 7.50 295.50 Check Sequence: 65 07/23/2019 226-45126-431900 Check Sequence: 66 07/23/2019 101-45201-421650 Check Sequence: 67 07/23/2019 651-49010-421990 Check Sequence: 68 07/23/2019 101-00000-217061 Check Sequence: 69 07/23/2019 101-45175-444310 Check Sequence: 70 07/23/2019 226-45127-431990 Check Sequence: 71 07/23/2019 101-00000-155010 07/23/2019 217-41990-432200 07/23/2019 226-45122-432200 Check Sequence: 72 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 Reference ACH Enabled: False ACH Enabled: False ACH Enabled: False ACH Enabled: True ACH Enabled: True ACH Enabled: True ACH Enabled: False ACH Enabled: False Page 12 Check Total: Vendor: 1314 MCDOWALL COMPANY 615926 Qtrly Maintenance Agreement #C0520 - MCC - Check Total: Vendor: 3437 MINNCOR INDUSTRIES 5010 8 1 8 7 9 (6) urinal screens Check Total: Vendor: 4317 MINNESOTA ASSOCIATION OF CEMETERII 2019 Fee MN Cemeteries Assoc. Fee 2019 - Riverside Cei Check Total: Vendor: 5147 MN PEIP 863763 August - Health Insurance Check Total: Vendor: 1377 MONTICELLO SENIOR CENTER Jully 2019 Monthly Allocation - July 2019 Check Total: Vendor: 1379 MONTICELLO UMPIRE ASSOCIATION 7/10/2019 Umpire Mens Tuesday Softball League (77 Gam Check Total: Vendor: 2518 NEOFUNDS BYNEOPOST 7/3/2019 Postage Purchased 6/26/19 7/3/2019 Postage for Pkgs to Dept Public Safety - June 20 7/3/2019 Postage for Pkgto Red Cross - 6/26/19 Check Total: Vendor: 1913 NEW FRANCE WINE 145189 resale - wine 145189 freight Check Total: AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/17/2019 - 1:56 PM) Amount Payment Date Acct Number 4,019.97 512.50 512.50 252.00 252.00 60.00 60.00 35,919.30 35,919.30 5,150.00 5,150.00 2,618.00 2,618.00 1,000.00 148.88 7.65 1,156.53 288.00 7.50 295.50 Check Sequence: 65 07/23/2019 226-45126-431900 Check Sequence: 66 07/23/2019 101-45201-421650 Check Sequence: 67 07/23/2019 651-49010-421990 Check Sequence: 68 07/23/2019 101-00000-217061 Check Sequence: 69 07/23/2019 101-45175-444310 Check Sequence: 70 07/23/2019 226-45127-431990 Check Sequence: 71 07/23/2019 101-00000-155010 07/23/2019 217-41990-432200 07/23/2019 226-45122-432200 Check Sequence: 72 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 Reference ACH Enabled: False ACH Enabled: False ACH Enabled: False ACH Enabled: True ACH Enabled: True ACH Enabled: True ACH Enabled: False ACH Enabled: False Page 12 Invoice No Description Vendor: 1687 NORTHLAND SECURITIES INC 5737 Planning Block 52; New development TIF Distri Check Sequence: 73 ACH Enabled: False Check Total: Vendor: 1401 NORTHWEST ASSOCIATED CONSULTANTS 24317 June 2019 - Technical Assistance - City Projects 24318 201920 - Haven Ridge - June 2019 24318 ACH Enabled: True 201910 - Headwaters Senior CUP- June 2019 24318 101-41910-431990 201924 - PRG Mixed Use- June 2019 24318 07/23/2019 201901 - Kjellberg PUD - Housing- June 2019 24318 819.92 201921 - 503 Broadway Housing- June 2019 24318 201925 - Monticello RV - June 2019 24318 101-00000-220110 201922 - SPO/Gateway Plat Rezone- June 2019 24319 07/23/2019 June 2019 - Technical Assistance - Meetings 1,366.70 Check Total: Vendor: 3018 WAYNE OBERG 7/15/2019 101-00000-220110 Reimbursement - Meal @ GFOA Conference 7/15/2019 07/23/2019 Reimbursement - Transportation @ GFOA Confi 300.00 Check Total: Vendor: 1412 OMANN BROTHERS INC 13804 (8.46) SPWEA240B 13812 (3.13) SP440; (2) AC Fines mix 13823 10.49 (6) AC Fines mix 13835 (3) AC Fines mix 13852 101-41520-433100 (6) AC Fines mix 23.99 Check Total: Vendor: 4633 PERFORMANCE FOOD GROUP INC 55196734 ACH Enabled: False Cheese Sauce for Concession - June 55456928 101-43120-422400 Cheese Sauce for Concession - July 344.49 07/23/2019 Check Total: Vendor: 1427 PHILLIPS WINE & SPIRITS CO 2579907 freight 2579907 101-43120-422400 resale - liquor 2579908 07/23/2019 resale - liquor 2579908 1,816.60 resale - wine Amount Payment Date Acct Number Reference Check Sequence: 73 ACH Enabled: False 416.25 07/23/2019 213-46301-431990 416.25 Check Sequence: 74 ACH Enabled: True 1,521.85 07/23/2019 101-41910-431990 5,764.71 07/23/2019 101-00000-220110 819.92 07/23/2019 101-00000-220110 2,996.20 07/23/2019 101-00000-220110 190.30 07/23/2019 101-41910-431990 1,366.70 07/23/2019 101-00000-220110 86.50 07/23/2019 101-00000-220110 1,211.00 07/23/2019 101-00000-220110 300.00 07/23/2019 101-41910-431990 14,257.18 Check Sequence: 75 ACH Enabled: True 10.49 07/23/2019 101-41520-433100 13.50 07/23/2019 101-41520-433100 23.99 Check Sequence: 76 ACH Enabled: False 487.63 07/23/2019 101-43120-422400 344.49 07/23/2019 101-43120-422400 492.24 07/23/2019 101-43120-422400 246.12 07/23/2019 101-43120-422400 246.12 07/23/2019 101-43120-422400 1,816.60 Check Sequence: 77 ACH Enabled: True 119.32 07/23/2019 226-45125-425410 119.32 07/23/2019 226-45125-425410 238.64 Check Sequence: 78 ACH Enabled: False 35.76 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 2,867.80 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 108.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 84.75 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/17/2019 - 1:56 PM) Page 13 Invoice No Description Amount Payment Date Acct Number 2579908 freight 8.94 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 2580879 freight 21.11 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 2580879 resale- liquor 1,770.77 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 2580880 resale- wine 937.75 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 2580880 resale- wine n/a 253.50 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 2580880 freight 27.19 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 2582883 freight 4.47 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 2582883 resale -liquor 270.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 2582884 resale - liquor 180.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 2582884 freight 7.45 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 2582885 resale - liquor 3,640.47 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 2582885 freight 37.74 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 2582886 freight 14.90 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 2582886 resale - mix 202.50 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 2582886 resale - liquor 180.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 2583814 resale - liquor 1,988.80 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 2583814 freight 17.69 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 2584504 freight 14.16 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 2584504 resale - liquor 1,169.50 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 2584505 resale - liquor 36.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 2584505 resale - wine 712.65 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 2584505 resale - wine n/a 64.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 2584505 freight 21.73 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 2586360 resale - liquor 2,131.25 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 2586360 freight 43.71 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 2586361 freight 4.47 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 2586361 resale - mix 126.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 2587062 resale - liquor 2,185.45 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 2587062 freight 22.35 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 335490 resale - wine credit inv. # 2577046 -54.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 335490 freight credit inv. # 2577046 -1.49 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 336974 resale - liquor credit inv. # 2576029 -7.69 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 336975 freight credit inv. # 2582884 -7.45 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 336975 resale - liquor credit inv. # 2582884 -180.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 Check Total: 18,940.23 Vendor: 1455 RED'S MARATHON 06/25/2019 non-oxi gas. Streets 06/25/2019 non-oxi gas. Streets - credit balance Check Total: Check Sequence: 79 26.60 07/23/2019 101-43120-421200 -0.20 07/23/2019 101-43120-421200 26.40 Reference ACH Enabled: False AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/17/2019 - 1:56 PM) Page 14 Invoice No Description Amount Payment Date Acct Number Reference Vendor: 4022 REINHART FOODSERVICE LLC Check Sequence: 80 ACH Enabled: True 786698 Food for Concession Resale 279.18 07/23/2019 226-45125-425410 786698 Food for Block Party (7/11/19) 1,122.80 07/23/2019 101-45130-444210 Check Total: 1,401.98 Vendor: 4962 RENGEL PRINTING COMPANY, INC Check Sequence: 81 ACH Enabled: True 111273 Park & Pathway Brochures (1,000) 581.16 07/23/2019 101-45201-435100 Check Total: 581.16 Vendor: 1470 RUSSELL SECURITY RESOURCE INC Check Sequence: 82 ACH Enabled: True A35169 parts- Pioneer Park restrooms- door closer; 250.00 07/23/2019 101-45201-440100 A35169 labor - Pioneer Park restrooms- door closer; 160.00 07/23/2019 101-45201-440100 Check Total: 410.00 Vendor: 2016 SCENIC SIGN CORPORATION Check Sequence: 83 ACH Enabled: False 46568 New Sign for MCC 4,630.00 07/23/2019 226-45126-440100 Check Total: 4,630.00 Vendor: 4981 STEVE SCHILLEWAERT Check Sequence: 84 ACH Enabled: False 61928 Riverside Cemetery June 2019 lawn mntc. 2,000.00 07/23/2019 651-49010-431050 61929 Hillside Cemetery June 2019 lawn mntc. 900.00 07/23/2019 101-45201-431050 Check Total: 2,900.00 Vendor: 1484 SENSUS USA INC Check Sequence: 85 ACH Enabled: True ZA19010097 autoread software renewal 9/24/2019 to 9/23/20: 1,715.95 07/23/2019 601-49440-431900 Check Total: 1,715.95 Vendor: 2497 SHERBURNE WRIGHT CABLE COMMISSIC Check Sequence: 86 ACH Enabled: True 7/8/2019 Cable PEG Fees - TDS/Bridgewater Q2 2019 1,727.21 07/23/2019 101-00000-208020 7/8/2019 Cable Franchise Fees - TDSBridgewater Q2 201 9,571.41 07/23/2019 101-00000-208020 Check Total: 11,298.62 Vendor: 5211 RANDI ANN SMELSER Check Sequence: 87 ACH Enabled: False 7/8/2019 Mileage Reimbursement - Watkins Vet Clinic (9l 52.20 07/23/2019 101-42700-433100 7/8/2019 Reimbursement - Supplies 34.54 07/23/2019 101-42700-421990 July 2nd Semi Monthly Contract Payment 1,575.00 07/23/2019 101-42700-431200 AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/17/2019 - 1:56 PM) Page 15 Invoice No Description Amount Payment Date Acct Number 1,661.74 Reference Check Total: Vendor: 3309 SOUTHERN GLAZER'S WINE AND SPIRITS 1839252 resale - wine 1839252 freight 1839253 freight 1839253 resale - liquor 1841662 resale - liquor 1841662 freight 1841663 resale - wine Vendor: Check Total: Vendor: 1517 TAYLOR LAND SURVEYORS INC 19049 Surveying Services - Ellison House Check Total: Vendor: 1518 TDS TELECOM 763-271-3257 TDS 763-295-2005 TDS 763-295-3714 TDS Amount Payment Date Acct Number 1,661.74 Reference Check Total: Vendor: 5297 TRAUT COMPANIES 617201 609-49750-425300 16C001 - BCOL - Install Well & Test Pumping - 617202 26.25 16C001 - BCOL - Install Well & Test Pumping - 617203 16C001 - BCOL - Test Pumping - Irrigation Sysi 28.23 07/23/2019 Check Total: Vendor: 4859 TRIO SUPPLY COMPANY 543715 609-49750-425100 (6) cs. can liners; (2) cs. fold. towels; (4) cs. toile 2,104.43 Check Total: Vendor: 4656 TRUE FABRICATIONS, INC. 511771 07/23/2019 resale - barware 511771 sign holders 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 Check Total: Vendor: 1544 US POSTAL SERVICE Amount Payment Date Acct Number 1,661.74 Reference AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/17/2019 - 1:56 PM) Page 16 Check Sequence: 88 ACH Enabled: False 965.31 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 26.25 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 28.23 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 2,681.56 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 2,104.43 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 25.99 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 597.80 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 6,429.57 Check Sequence: 89 ACH Enabled: False 800.00 07/23/2019 101-41310-431990 800.00 Check Sequence: 90 ACH Enabled: True 100.78 07/23/2019 702-00000-432100 20.29 07/23/2019 702-00000-432100 344.03 07/23/2019 702-00000-432100 465.10 Check Sequence: 91 ACH Enabled: False 27,205.00 07/23/2019 229-45202-453011 4,220.00 07/23/2019 229-45202-453011 4,325.00 07/23/2019 229-45202-453011 35,750.00 Check Sequence: 92 ACH Enabled: False 747.82 07/23/2019 101-45201-421650 747.82 Check Sequence: 93 ACH Enabled: False 214.92 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 24.49 07/23/2019 609-49754-421990 239.41 Check Sequence: 94 ACH Enabled: False AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/17/2019 - 1:56 PM) Page 16 Invoice No Description 7/8/2019 Payment Date PI 42 - UB July Billing (3,690 pcs) (1/2) 7/8/2019 PI 42 - UB July Billing (3,690 pcs) (1/2) 07/23/2019 Check Total: Vendor: 1550 VEOLIA WATER N AM OPERATING SERV L: 90201813 07/23/2019 August 2019 WWTP Operations & Maintenance Check Total: Vendor: 1552 VIKING COCA COLA BOTTLING CO 2368153 resale - soda pop 2375833 resale - soda pop ACH Enabled: True Check Total: Vendor: 1684 VINOCOPIA 236097 resale - wine n/a 236097 resale - wine 236097 freight 236508 resale - wine 236508 True resale - liquor 236508 07/23/2019 resale - mix 236508 freight 07/23/2019 Check Total: Vendor: 3057 VON HANSONS MEATS OF MONTICELLO 1580-001 18C001 - Reconfigure Irrigation Zones Due to N Check Total: Vendor: 1555 VONCO II LLC 50561 True 2.50 T waste clena up- BCOL shop cleanup 07/23/2019 Check Total: Vendor: 1561 WATER LABORATORIES INC 7495 07/23/2019 June 2019 Water Testing Check Total: Vendor: 5295 WATKINS VETERINARY CLINIC 6607 Euthanasia for Dog Amount Payment Date Acct Number Reference 846.86 07/23/2019 601-49440-432200 846.85 07/23/2019 602-49490-432200 1,693.71 Check Sequence: 95 ACH Enabled: True 60,125.00 07/23/2019 602-49480-430800 60,125.00 Check Sequence: 96 ACH Enabled: True 469.50 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 350.90 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 820.40 Check Sequence: 97 ACH Enabled: True 120.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 112.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 14.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 200.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 346.50 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 48.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 14.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 854.50 Check Sequence: 98 ACH Enabled: True 1,097.44 07/23/2019 400-43300-459013 1,097.44 Check Sequence: 99 ACH Enabled: False 120.95 07/23/2019 101-45201-440100 120.95 Check Sequence: 100 ACH Enabled: False 240.00 07/23/2019 601-49440-422740 240.00 Check Sequence: 101 ACH Enabled: False 109.00 07/23/2019 101-42700-431990 AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/17/2019 - 1:56 PM) Page 17 Invoice No Description Amount Payment Date Acct Number Reference AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/17/2019 - 1:56 PM) Page 18 Check Total: 109.00 Vendor: 3258 WESTMOR FLUID SOLUTIONS, LLC Check Sequence: 102 ACH Enabled: False 1572511 RI (5) durakey 105.28 07/23/2019 101-43127-421990 Check Total: 105.28 Vendor: 1572 THE WINE COMPANY Check Sequence: 103 ACH Enabled: True 111445 freight 13.20 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 111445 resale- wine 780.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 112999 freight 8.25 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 112999 resale- wine 432.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 112999 resale - liquor 206.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425100 Check Total: 1,439.45 Vendor: 1573 WINE MERCHANTS INC Check Sequence: 104 ACH Enabled: False 7242565 resale - wine 105.00 07/23/2019 609-49750-425300 7242565 resale - wine n/a 39.75 07/23/2019 609-49750-425400 7242565 freight 4.47 07/23/2019 609-49750-433300 Check Total: 149.22 Vendor: 1577 WRIGHT CO AUDITOR-TREAS - ACH Check Sequence: 105 ACH Enabled: True 7/12/2019 Court Fines & Fees - June 2019 2,513.50 07/23/2019 101-42100-430410 July July 2019 - Deputies Contract 117,834.17 07/23/2019 101-42100-430500 Check Total: 120,347.67 Vendor: 5293 WS & D PERMIT SERVICES Check Sequence: 106 ACH Enabled: False 7/11/2019 Refund - Building Permit #2019-00061 236.65 07/23/2019 101-42400-322110 7/11/2019 Refund - Building Permit #2019-00061 -82.83 07/23/2019 101-42400-349655 7/11/2019 Refund - Building Permit #2019-00173 -148.91 07/23/2019 101-42400-349655 7/11/2019 Refund - Building Permit #2019-00173 425.44 07/23/2019 101-42400-322110 Check Total: 430.35 The preceding list of bills payables was reviewed and approved for payment. Total for Check Run: 712,150.57 Date: 7/22/19 Approved by: Mayor Brian Stumpf Total of Number of Checks: 106 AP -Computer Check Proof List by Vendor (07/17/2019 - 1:56 PM) Page 18 City Council Agenda 07/22/2019 2B. Consideration of approving new hires and departures for Citv departments (TE) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: The Council is asked to ratify the hiring and departures of employees that have occurred recently in the departments listed. It is recommended that the Council officially ratify the hiring/departure of all listed employees including part-time and seasonal workers. Al. Budget Impact: (positions are generally included in budget) A2. Staff Work Load Impact: If new positions, there may be some training involved. If terminated positions, existing staff would pick up those hours, as needed, until replaced. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: 1. Motion to ratify the hire/departures of the employees as identified on the attached list. 2. Motion to deny the recommended hires and departures. C. RECOMMENDATION: By statute the City Council has the authority to approve all hires/departures. City staff recommends Alternative #1, for the Council to approve the hires and/or departures as listed. D. SUPPORTING DATA: • List of new/terminated employees Name Elizabeth Jensen Erika Fisher Name Brad Fyle Amanda Prodoehl Christine Stoeber NEW EMPLOYEES Title Department Liquor Store Clerk Liquor Store Liquor Store Clerk Liquor Store TERMINATING EMPLOYEES Hire Date 7/5/19 PT 7/16/19 PT Class Reason Department Last Day Class Voluntary Fire 5/1/19 PT Voluntary MCC 6/28/19 PT Voluntary MCC 6/28/19 PT New Hire and Terms City Council 2019: 7/16/2019 City Council Agenda 07/22/2019 2C. Consideration of approvinu the sale or disposal of surplus Citv property (WO) There is no report this City Council cycle. City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 2D. Consideration of avi)roving Resolution 2019-48 accenting donations from the Fire Relief Association - $5,913 for Wildland Gear fire boots and $1,593 for boat lights and a Buffalo Heart Safe grant award from Wright Countv Area United Wav for a Phvsio CR2 AED (value of $880) (JS) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: The City Council is being asked to approve donations from the Fire Relief Association. The donations are $5,913 for Wildland Gear fire boots and $1,593 for boat lights and from Wright County Area United Way for a Physio CR2 AED. The city received an in- kind donation through the Buffalo Heart Safe grant to fund half the cost of the AED. As required by state statute, if the city accepts a donation, the City Council needs to adopt a resolution specifying the amount of the donation and its use. Al. Budget Impact: The donations will be used toward the mentioned events. A2. Staff Workload Impact: Minimal. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: 1. Motion to approve the Resolution 2019-48 accepting the contribution and authorizing use of funds as specified. 2. Motion to not approve the contribution and return the funds to the donors. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommendation is to adopt the resolution accepting the contributions. D. SUPPORTING DATA: • Resolution 2019-48 CITY OF MONTICELLO RESOLUTION NO. 2019-48 RESOLUTION APPROVING CONTRIBUTIONS WHEREAS, the City of Monticello is generally authorized to accept contributions of real and personal property pursuant to Minnesota Statutes Sections 465.03 and 465.04 for the benefit of its citizens and is specifically authorized to maintain such property for the benefit of its citizens in accordance with the terms prescribed by the donor. Said gifts may be limited under provisions of MN Statutes Section 471.895. WHEREAS, the following persons and or entities have offered to contribute contributions or gifts to the City as listed: DONOR/ENTITY Fire Relief Association Fire Relief Association Wright County Area United Way/Buffalo Heart Safe Grant DESCRIPTION VALUE Wildland Gear fire boots $5,913 Boat Lights $1,593 Physio CR2 AED $880 WHEREAS, all said contributions are intended to aid the City in establishing facilities, operations or programs within the city's jurisdiction either alone or in cooperation with others, as allowed by law; and WHEREAS, the City Council hereby finds that it is appropriate to accept the contributions offered. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of Monticello as follows: 1. The contributions described above are hereby accepted by the City of Monticello. 2. The contributions described above will be used as designated by the donor. This may entail reimbursing or allocating the money to another entity that will utilize the funds for the following stated purpose: DONOR/ENTITY Fire Relief Association Fire Relief Association Wright County Area United Way/Buffalo Heart Safe Grant PURPOSE/AMOUNT Wildland Gear Fire Boots/$5,913 Boat Lights/$1,593 In Kind Donation for Physio CR2 AED/$880 Adopted by the City Council of Monticello this 22nd day of July, 2019. Brian Stumpf, Mayor Jennifer Schreiber, City Clerk City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 2E. Consideration of appointing Paul Konsor to the Monticello Planning Commission for a term to expire on December 31, 2021 (JS) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: City Council is asked to appoint a representative to fill out a term on the Monticello Planning Commission for the position that was held by Katie Peterson, who recently resigned. The Planning Commission recommended the appointment of Paul Konsor to fill the position, with a term to expire on December 31, 2021. The Planning Commission interviewed the candidate for the position on July 15, 2019. The Commission's vote on this item was unanimous to appoint Mr. Konsor. The Planning Commissioners recognize their role as advisory for this appointment. As is practice, Council was invited to attend the interviews. Council has the authority on final appointment and City Council may wish to interview the candidates separately prior to final appointment of the position. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: 1. Motion to approve the appointment of Paul Konsor to the Monticello Planning Commission with the term ending December 31, 2021. 2. Motion to not approve the appointment and recommend other action. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends Alternative 1. D. SUPPORTING DATA: • Application OHC - Print Job Application EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION Page 1 of 5 City of Monticello Received: c I r v o f 505 Walnut Street 6/19/19 3:35 PM For Official Use Monticello, Minnesota - 55362 Only: Montioello http://www.ci.monticello.mn.us (http://www.ci.monticello.mn.us) QUAL: M I N N I SO T A Konsor, Paul DNQ: Planning Commission Member (Volunteer) ❑ Experience ❑ Training ❑ Other: PERSONAL INFORMATION POSITION TITLE: Job Number: Planning Commission Member (Volunteer) 2019-00010 NAME: (Last, First, Middle) PERSON ID: Konsor, Paul 40453773 ADDRESS: EMAIL ADDRESS: NOTIFICATION PREFERENCE: Email DRIVER'S LICENSE: LEGAL RIGHT TO WORK IN THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATION: Yes UNITED STATES?: Some College State: MN ■ Yes ❑ No PREFERENCES ARE YOU WILLING TO RELOCATE? ❑ Yes ■ No ❑ Maybe SHIFTS YOU WILL ACCEPT: WHAT TYPE OF JOB ARE YOU LOOKING FOR? TYPES OF WORK YOU WILL ACCEPT: EDUCATION https://secure.neogov.com/auroralprint/j obapplication/add4a5be6e23 05c O28b9763ce6d675 ... 7/17/2019 OHC - Print Job Application Page 2 of 5 SCHOOL NAME: Eagan High Schol LOCATION:(City, , State) DID YOU GRADUATE? DEGREE RECEIVED: Eagan, MN ■Yes ❑ No High School Diploma SCHOOL NAME: St. Paul Technical College LOCATION:(City, , State) DID YOU GRADUATE? St. Paul, MN ❑ Yes ■ No SCHOOL NAME: Kaplan University LOCATION:(City, , State) DID YOU GRADUATE? DEGREE RECEIVED: Bloomington, MN ■Yes ❑No Professional MAJOR/MINOR: Real Estate Degree WORK EXPERIENCE DATES: EMPLOYER: POSITION TITLE: from January/2015 to Present Berkshire Hathaway Branch Manager - Realtor HomeServices ADDRESS: (Street, City, State, Zip Code): Monticello, MN 55362 PHONE NUMBER: MAY WE CONTACT THIS EMPLOYER? ■ Yes ❑ No HOURS PER WEEK: 60 https://secure.neogov.com/aurora/print/jobapplication/add4a5be6e2305cO28b9763ce6d675... 7/17/2019 OHC - Print Job Application DUTIES: Awards & Achievements: Page 3 of 5 **Voted "Best Real Estate Agent" by the Monticello Times 5 years in a row! 2014 - 2015 - 2016 — 2017 -2018 (by community votes) **Top 7% - Received "2016 Leading Edge Society Award" from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices. This achievement award recognizes sales professionals in the entire Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices network who reached great thresholds in closed residential sales, placing inside the top 7% of all sales professionals. **Highest Customer Service Ratings in Minnesota: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices I Lovejoy Realty awarded the "Outstanding Customer Service 2015" for highest rankings among all MN agents within the company from surveys returned from closed customers in 2015 **Diamond Award Club: 2015 Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices I Lovejoy Realty agent production accomplishment **Voted "Best Real Estate Company" by the Monticello Times 2 years in a row! 2016 - 2017 Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Office located in Buffalo, MN (by community votes) Credentials: * Paul & Heather Konsor run and manage the Berkshire Hathaway office and located in Monticello, MN. This office has been awarded "Best Real Estate Company" by the votes in the local community for the years 2016 & 2017 -In past years, Paul's real estate background started in 1999, with owning a mortgage, real estate and home building company in past years up until he sold the company during the market decline in 2009. -Paul is an educator and teacher of other real estate agents, holding classes and training agents about how to real estate market using technology tools, and customer relationship systems. REASON FOR LEAVING: Not leaving CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES Nothing Entered For This Section SKILLS OFFICE SKILLS: Nothing Entered For This Section https://secure.neogov.com/aurora/print/jobapplication/add4a5be6e2305cO28b9763ce6d675... 7/17/2019 OHC - Print Job Application Page 4 of 5 OTHER SKILLS: Nothing Entered For This Section LANGUAGE(S): Nothing Entered For This Section SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION Nothing Entered For This Section REFERENCES REFERENCE TYPE: NAME: POSITION: Professional Reagan Broussard ADDRESS: (Street, City, State, Zip Code) EMAIL ADDRESS: PHONE NUMBER: REFERENCE TYPE: NAME: POSITION: Professional Lisa Freiberg ADDRESS: (Street, City, State, Zip Code) EMAIL ADDRESS: PHONE NUMBER: Agencv - Wide Questions 1. Are you at least 16 years old? Yes 2. Are you at least 18 years old? Yes 3. How did you hear about this position? City Website 4. If you marked "Other" please specify. Job Specific Supplemental Questions 1. Please describe in detail why you are interested in volunteering for the City of Monticello. Interest in Real estate. Plus want to provide input for my community 2. Please describe your prior volunteer experience (include organization names and dates of service). Previous Home Owners Association Member. Church Volunteer. https:Hsecure.neogov.com/aurora/print/jobapplication/add4a5be6e2305cO28b9763ce6d675... 7/17/2019 OHC - Print Job Application Page 5 of 5 3. Please describe your qualifications for this appointment below. My real estate background started in 1999, with owning a mortgage, real estate and home building company in past years up until he sold the company during the market decline in 2009. Now Manage and run a real estate company in Monticello, MN By clicking on the 'Accept & Submit' button, I hereby certify that all of the information provided by me in this application (or any other accompanying or required documents) is correct, accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that the falsification, misrepresentation or omission of any facts in said documents may be cause for denial of employment or immediate termination of employment regardless of the timing or circumstances of discovery. I understand that submission of an application does not guarantee employment. I understand that none of the documents, policies, procedures, actions, statements of the City of Monticello or its representatives used during the employment process is deemed a contract of employment, real or implied. In consideration for employment with the City of Monticello, if employed, I agree to conform to the rules, regulations, policies and procedures of the City of Monticello at all times and understand that such obedience is a condition of employment. I understand that if offered a position with the City of Monticello, I may be required to submit to a pre- employment medical examination, drug screening and background check as a condition of employment. I understand that unsatisfactory results from, refusal to cooperate with, or any attempt to affect the results of these pre-employment tests and checks will result in withdrawal of any employment offer or termination of employment if already employed. I hereby authorize all schools, former employers, references, courts and any others who have information about me to provide such information to the City of Monticello and/or its representatives, agents or vendors and I release all parties involved from any and all liability for any and all damage that may result from providing such information. This application was submitted by Konsor, Paul Signature Date https://secure.neogov.com/aurora/print/j obapplication/add4a5be6e2305c028b9763ce6d675... 7/17/2019 City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 2F. Consideration of adopting Ordinance 726 amending the Citv Code Title 2, Chapter 1— Planning Commission meeting time and amend Regular Meeting Schedule of Council and Commissions to begin Planning Commission meeting at 6:15 p.m. effective August 6, 2019 (AS) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: During its regular meeting on July 2, 2019, the Planning Commission requested a change in their meeting time to 6:15 p.m. to better accommodate the Commissioner's schedules. The slight adjustment will also provide additional time for residents to attend meetings after work and commute schedules. The amendment to the ordinance will allow the Council to adjust the meeting time as needed in the future, without a need for amendment of the ordinance. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: Motion to recommend an amendment to City Code Title 2, Chapter 1 - Planning Commission for meeting time and to establish a Planning Commission regular meeting time of 6:15 p.m. on the Regular Meeting Schedule of Council and Commissions effective August 6, 2019. 2. Motion to table action at this time. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Staff defers to the City Council and Planning Commission on this matter. D. SUPPORTING DATA: • Draft Ordinance 726 ORDINANCE NO. 726 CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE MONTICELLO CITY CODE BY AMENDING TITLE II, CHAPTER 1 SECTION 2 — PLANNING COMMISSION: MEETINGS THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MONTICELLO HEREBY ORDAINS: Section 1. Title II, Chapter 1 — Planning Commission, shall be amended as follows: 2-1-8: MEETINGS: The Planning Commission shall hold at least one regular meeting each month. This meeting shall be held on the first Tuesday. Regular meetings time shall be as established by the Commission and approved annuallv with the Rez_ alar Meetini_ Schedule of Council and Commissions . Section 2. The City Clerk is hereby directed to make the changes required by this Ordinance as part of the Official Monticello City Code. Section 2. This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after its passage and publication. The ordinance in its entirety shall be posted on the City website after publication. Copies of the complete Ordinance are available online and at Monticello City Hall for examination upon request. ADOPTED BY the Monticello City Council this 22nd day of July, 2019. CITY OF MONTICELLO Brian Stumpf, Mayor ATTEST: Jeff O'Neill, City Administrator VOTING IN FAVOR: VOTING IN OPPOSITION: ABSENT: City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 2G. Consideration of authorizing a vavment to the Coalition of Utilitv Cities for citv share of CUC membership dues in the amount of $30,439 (JO) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: City Council is asked to authorize payment of 2019-2020 membership dues for participation in the Coalition of Utility Cities (CUC) in the amount of $30,439, an increase of $4,284 over the 2018-2019 dues amount. The Coalition of Utility Cities is comprised of communities that host nuclear and coal generation facilities. By combining resources, the host communities maintain a coordinated, unified voice at the State Legislature on issues of common concern. A detailed list of CUC objectives and activities is included in the supporting data attached to this report. At the recent annual meeting, CUC member cities discussed the budget for the upcoming year. Given that increased activities pushed CUC over budget this year and the volume of work is projected to increase again next year, the group opted to raise the overall budget for 2019-2020 from $120,000 to $140,000. Each city's annual contribution toward the budget amount is based on the relative value of the electrical generation facilities in the community; Monticello's share for the coming year is $30,439. The bulk of the funding goes toward paying for the services of Flaherty Hood which serves as the organization's legislative consultant. The annual appropriation funds the projected CUC budget, and the group has the option to reimburse member cities if CUC activities are under budget. The City has received reimbursements on occasion to keep the CUC balance from growing excessively. However, the increase in dues for 2019-2020 reflects increased activity on behalf of member communities, and reimbursements should not be automatically anticipated. Al. Budget Impact: This expenditure was included in the budget, but not at the increased amount. Therefore, the excess over budget will need to be covered by under -spending in other accounts within the Administration department. A2. Staff Workload Impact: Participation in at least three regular meetings per year. Additional impromptu meetings are scheduled as needed. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: 1. Motion to approve payment to the Coalition of Utility Cities in the amount of $30,439 for CUC membership dues for 2019-2020. 2. Motion to deny. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: City staff recommends Alternative #1. D. SUPPORTING DATA: A. CUC Dues Statement B. 2019-2020 Work Plan and Budget C. 2019-2020 Policy Positions Cit}[ of RE i BILLT4 — - - CITY MA; IAGEWADMIN ISTRATOR CITY OF MONTICELLO 505 WALNUT ST 4L1 MONTICELLO. MN 5536 DATE fNVOICE NO &-lai.2019 0034079 VI;F DATE 7f31+2019 DESCRIPTIOtti I QVANTITY MECTIv1; KATE I AMOUNT I DISCOUNT I (:KF;I)11' � BALANCE 2014 OX DUES • 2019 COALITION OF UTILITY CITI ES DUES- COALITION OF 4-PLITY LOD 3Q439.6o 30,439 Ori p.qq 0.00 )oAjy.Do CITIE$.GUIrS INVOICE TOTAI.; 3D, PAI) PLEASE DETACH BOTTOM PORTION & REMIT WITH YOUR PAYMENT Far questions please wrimca us as (651) 365-3600 Customer Namr_ CITY MANAGERIA DM INISTRATOR Cl TY OF MONTICELLO Customer No: 012498 Account No: 0000999 - Coalitim of Ulil ily Cilies Dues 2018 Pltusr r4mil paNmenl by the due date to- City of Red Wing 315 Wcst 41h Street Red Wing, IVN Smb,5 Q.w 11.N 31,439,01 �D JUL [1i1 t DUF DATE W-VOJCE NO 11) 9 001"79 JIMIIIIIIYIIm�lll��l INVOICE SAL.A CE: $30,439-134 AMOUNT PAID: C`nAI ITIl� —- - - — UI1L11Y k. ll_ILb .11 rri Becker • Cohasset • Granite Falls • Fergus Falls • Hoyt Lakes • Monticello • Oak Park Heights • Red Wing CUC 2019-20 Work Plan and Budget Proposed June 11, 2019 Considerations which will impact budget expenditures • Both Xcel Energy and Minnesota Power will file Integrated Resources Plans (IRP) with the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) in 2019-20 • Ongoing engagement in Community Impact Study with Center for Energy & Environment; Just Transition Fund and others • Xcel Energy has announced that it will propose the early retirement of the Allen S. King and Sherco coal plants in Oak Park Heights and Becker • Increased level of activity to support CUC cities in pursuing economic development tools, state aid and other responses to plant closures or conversions • Increased media activity in support of transitioning host communities • CUC's role on the forefront of legislative debates about issues related to state assessed property, which continue to challenge our communities and threaten the stability of local budgets • The volume and complexity of the work facing our group will require significant year-round activity • Increased engagement with the Governor's administration and state agencies regarding support for transitioning host communities Legislative Advocacy Activities Formulate policy, conduct research, and advocate for programs that mitigate the property tax, socio- economic, and other unique impacts of hosting electric generating plants at the Legislature, Governor's office, and State Agencies; Prepare handouts and supporting material. • Prepare correspondence to agencies and legislators • Develop and implement legislative, legal, and strategic responses to possible legal challenges to public utility property valuations • Meet with CUC member legislators and work to solidify support for legislation; continue communication throughout legislative session • Research, formulate, draft, and advocate for legislation to enable economic development opportunities for host cities facing plant retirements or conversions • Research impact of proposed changes to electricity plant taxation • Meet with tax chairs and tax committee members to discuss utility taxation legislation • Meet with economic development chairs and committee members about response to plant closures or conversions • Meet with energy chairs and committee members about response to clean air regulations and plant closures • Meet with chairs and members of other committees if other legislation related to CUC interests arises • Meet with Department of Revenue as needed regarding taxation of electricity plants. • Monitor bill introductions and committee hearings for legislation and amendments that may implicate CUC interests • As needed, research of legislative and agency initiatives or actions • Meet with other stakeholders, including utilities and environmental groups as needed • Draft legislation, secure authors and introduce bills • Secure hearings as needed for legislation • Identify testifiers and prepare talking points • Monitor conference committees of bills affecting CUC interests Non -Legislative Plant Transition and Community Development Work Actively work with partner organizations, utilities, and other advocates to conduct research, identify economic development opportunities, and other avenues to support host communities facing plant transitions. • Evaluate host city options to manage the impact of closure/conversion of power plants • Research possible impact of Minnesota tax court challenges to pipeline valuations • Engage non-governmental organizations to pursue opportunities to study the comprehensive impacts of plants on host communities • Identify and pursue opportunities to partner with organizations that can provide support and resources to transitioning host communities • Research land use and valuation issues associated with closure of power plants Monitoring and/or Engagement with Public Utilities Commission, Tax Courts, Other Key Agencies Monitor key activities of the public utilities commission, courts, agencies, and task forces that may have impact on CUC interests. • Monitor state and federal regulatory changes (PUC, EPA & MPCA) that may impact CUC city plants • Participate as stakeholders and/or intervenors in the development of Xcel Energy's and Minnesota Power's 2019 Integrated Resource Plans • Monitor clean air regulatory activities and initiatives • Monitor PUC proceedings with respect to CUC interests, including integrated resource plans, decommissioning, storage, and rate issues involving property taxes, and the investigation of environmental and socioeconomic costs of electricity production • Monitor tax court challenges to utility property valuations as necessary Meet with MN Pollution Control Agency as needed regarding the clean air regulations Communication and Member Services Communicate with member cities regarding activities described above. Arrange and conduct meetings and other member activities. • Coordinate media activity related to proposals to support host communities, including, but not limited to, press releases and statements, guest columns, and meetings with media outlets • Draft regular updates for member cities on results of monitoring and advocacy work • Visit with city councils (as requested) • Arrange pre -session and annual meetings. Arrange other meetings and teleconferences on as -needed basis • Prepare Final Report for members Estimated budget maximum: $140,000 1 /% UIILIIY 1I Becker • Cohasset • Granite Falls • Fergus Falls • Hoyt Lakes • Monticello • Oak Park Heights • Red Wing Proposed 2019-20 Policy Positions 1. Tax cuts to utilities have gone too far in shifting the propertytax burden in host communities onto homeowners and other property tax payers. The Coalition of Utility Cities opposes any legislative attempt to give investor owned utilities more property tax relief at the expense of host communities and supports phasing out personal and real property tax exemptions for electric generation facilities and equipment. 2. The Coalition of Utility Cities supports continuation of the personal property tax on replacement equipment at all electric generation facilities that currently pay the personal property tax or a tax system which generates equal or greater revenue for host cities. 3. As a result of the significant socio-economic impacts the retirement of electric generating Dlants will have on host cities, the Coalition of Utilitv Cities supports the Communitv Enenav Transition Grant Program, introduced in 2019 as SF 1888 (Sen. Houslev)/HF 1919 (Ren. Christensen), which would provide grants to suDDort economic development onnortunities in communities facing plant retirements. The Coalition of Utility Cities also su000rts anv other efforts by the legislature to provide financial support, economic development tools, or Dolicv changes to help cities cooe with the imoacts of Dlant retirements or conversions. 4. The Coalition of Utility Cities supports the preparation of a state plan to address the long-term needs of Host Utility Cities upon the closure of all or part of an electric generation facility. 5. Successful administrative and tax court challenges by utility comoanies of the valuation of state assessed Drooertv can have significant disruptive impacts on local government budgets, and can result in costly obligations on the oart of local governments, despite those local governments nlaving no oart in the assessment, valuation. nor litigation of the oronertv's value. The Coalition of Utilitv Cities su000rts orocedural reforms designed to protect local governments in the event of such challenges, as well as legislation to increase the transDarencv of the state assessed valuation Process to local governments. Moreover. The Coalition of Utilitv Cities supports legislation that would require the state to bear the costs of successful tax court challenees by utility comoanies. 6. Conditional support of the "electric generation tax base" proposal, first proposed in 2015 as SF1636 (Skoe, DFL, Clearbrook) and introduced in 2017 as HF 1985 (Davids, R, Preston), which replaces the personal property tax on electric generation equipment and its exclusions and exemptions with a valuation based on generation capacity, production rate and nuclear fuel storage. This support is conditioned on the inclusion of state transition aid for cities which lose tax base as a result of the Proposed for adoption by the Coalition of Utility Cities on lune 11, 2019 change in the law and on the inclusion of an adjustment factor to the electric generation tax base which reflects the increased value of electric generation overtime. 7. The Coalition of Utility Cities supports the inclusion of intangible costs (environmental impacts, etc) and opportunity costs (safety, economic development, etc) imposed on host cities in any analysis by the Department of Revenue and legislators in assessing appropriate property tax compensation provided by electric generation facilities. 8. Incentives for environmental improvements should not reduce the tax base of host communities. The costs of these improvements should be shared by all Minnesotans because all Minnesotans benefit from these improvements. The Coalition of Utility Cities supports narrowing or eliminating the pollution control equipment exemption and the limitation of the sliding scale exclusion for coal plants under 75 mw undergoing conversion (as passed by the 2014 Legislature) 9. In 2008, the omnibus tax bill provided host cities replacement aid to offset the significant reduction in tax revenue suffered by host cities as a result of the Department of Revenue's (MDOR) new utility valuation rules. The Coalition of Utility Cities opposes any statutory changes to the Utility Valuation Transition Aid program or any unallotment, reduction or delay in payments of this aid unless it is replaced by equal or greater revenue to host cities. If the replacement aid is reduced to balance the budget, it is the position of the Coalition that the class rate on electric generation property should be increased to offset the loss of aid. 10. The Coalition of Utility Cities supports legislation to significantly increase the audit and compliance resources of the MDOR's property tax division. 11. The Coalition of Utility Cities recognizes that the energy landscape is evolving and supports efforts to protect the tax base and local economy of communities that have historically hosted baseload power plants as our state transitions toward renewable energy sources. 12. Coal-fired generation facilities rely on timely deliveries to maintain inventory stockpiles. Host cities have additional public safety and traffic concerns with rail blockages. Accordingly, the Coalition of Utility Cities supports efforts to improve freight rail operations and capacity in Minnesota. 13. The Coalition of Utility Cities supports legislative changes to state laws regulating municipal consent on siting of alternative energy facilities within 2 miles of municipal boundaries or an otherwise designated joint planning area. Proposed for adoption by the Coalition of Utility Cities on lune 11, 2019 City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 211. Consideration of renewing membership in the Highwav 25 Coalition for 2019 in the amount of $15.000 (JS) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: City Council is asked to approve renewing membership in the Highway 25 Coalition. The agreed funding amount by the group was $150,000/annually. Sherburne and Wright County evenly split 50% of the cost and the cities of Monticello, Big Lake, and Becker, and the townships of Big Lake and Becker split the remaining 50%. Big Lake Township serves as the fiscal agent for the coalition. Al. Budget Impact: $15,000 was budgeted in the 2019 budget. A2. Staff Workload Impact: Meetings are once per month and attended by the Mayor and City Administrator. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: 1. Motion to approve membership renewal in the Highway 25 Coalition for 2019 in the amount of $15,000. 2. Motion to deny. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: City Staff recommends Alternative #1. D. SUPPORTING DATA: • Invoice 1 Town of Big Lake P. 0. Box 75 21960 county Rd. 5 Big Lake, MN 55309 763.263.8111 Fax 763.2$3-3660 To: City of Monticello Attn: Jeff O:Niell 505 ~Walnut Street Montioello, MN 55362 H== RE: Highway 25 Coalition — 2018 Dues QUANTITY' I DESCRIPTION 2019 Budget = $150000.00 City of Monticello share (115 of ' of TOTAL = $150,000.00 x -5 x ,2) q3. DATE: 712J19 UNIT PRICE AMOUNT - SUBTOTAL $15:000.00 $000 $0.00 $0-00 $15,000-00 TOTAL DUE' $15.000.00 i Make all checks payable to: Town of Big Lake If you have any quest+ons concerning this invoice, call: Brenda KimbeNy-Maas, Clerk {763) 263-8111 THANK YOU! 2I. A. City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 Consideration of adopting Ordinance No. 724 for Rezoning to B-2 (Limited Business) from B-2 (Limited Business) and B-3 (Highwav Business) & Preliminary and Final Plat and Development Agreement for River Mill 6tn Addition for proposed office building. Applicant: Stacv Thielman-Jost (NAC/AS) Property: Legal: Outlots A and B, River Mill Planning Case Number: 2019-022 REFERENCE & BACKGROUND Request(s): Combination and platting of two adjoining outlots into a single platted parcel, and rezoning of the property to B-2 from the current B-3 on one of the existing outlots. Deadline for Decision: August 2, 2019 Land Use Designation: Places to Shop Zoning Designation: B-2 Limited Business and B-3, Highway Business District The purpose of the "B-2" limited business district is to provide for low intensity retail or service outlets which deal directly with the customer for whom the goods or services are furnished. The uses allowed in this district are to provide goods and services on a limited community market scale and located in areas which are well served by collector or arterial street facilities at the edge of residential districts, The purpose of the `B-3" (highway business) district is to provide for limited commercial and service activities and provide for and limit the establishment of motor vehicle oriented or dependent commercial and service activities. Overlays/Environmental Regulations Applicable: Mississippi Wild and Scenic Recreational River District Current Site Use: Vacant Surrounding Land Uses: North: Two -Family Residential East: Commercial South: Bar/Restaurant West: Vacant Commercial Project Description: The applicant's property consists of a parcel of approximately one acre in size, which is platted as City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 Outlot A and Outlot B of River Mill. The southernmost of these two outlots (Outlot B) has no frontage on any public street, and can only be developed in connection to the development of Outlot A. ANALYSIS The Subdivision Ordinance provides for the creation of outlots at the time of a final plat when the long-term use or development is not clear. In this case, the subject property was platted as two separate outlots, one of which has no frontage. Further, the southerly outlot was zoned B-3, whereas the outlot with street frontage was zoned B-2. The surrounding commercial land in the River Mill plat was zoned B-2, whereas the Hawk's Bar property to the south is zoned B-3. To develop the property, the applicant needs to combine the parcels into a single development parcel, replat it to a lot and block designation, then rezone the southerly portion to reflect the dominant zoning. &-0-121iL127 mffj .. Ir W 0-0m ME MIN 1� �MMUMMI.- 1%X Subject Pro The proposed use of the property is a small office building, which is a permitted use in both the B-2 and B-3 zones. As a permitted use, site development plans for the office building will be reviewed at a staff level. Rezoning. The rezoning is to accomplish consistency in zoning for the newly created parcel. The B-2 zone is more restrictive from a land use standpoint, limiting the types of commercial activity to those that would be less disruptive to the local neighborhood. The proposed use of the site for a small office use fits this description, much more closely than the B-3, which is a more automotive- and high -traffic -oriented district. 2 City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 The replatting of the property puts the land in a position of being ready for development and combines two lots held in common ownership. Preliminary and Final Plat. As noted, the purpose of the plat is to combine two lots held in common ownership into a single buildable lot. The platted lot will easily exceed the minimum standards of the B-2 zoning district. The plat includes the required 6 and 12' drainage and utility easements. There is a small lot line adjustment at the southerly portion of the proposed lot. This jog provides the land area needed to accommodate a current fenceline encroachment. That item was previously addressed by the Planning Commission in June. However, at the time of this report, it is staff's understanding that the encroachment will be handled by easement rather than by deeded land exchange and lot line adjustment. As such, the preliminary and final plat condition should reflect the final resolution of that item. The City's Engineering Department has provided a separate comment letter regarding their review of the plans and addressing streets, utilities, and grading, drainage, and stormwater management. The final plat has been included with the Commission's packet. The City Council will take action on the final plat request. Both actions (replat and rezone) are consistent with the original intent of the property, and with the land use plan and bring the parcels into greater conformity with land use requirements. Development Agreement The plat serves to combine two existing outlot parcels to create a single developable parcel. There are no public improvements associated with this plat. The site is served with existing utility stub services from Hart Boulevard and a sidewalk exists along the south side of Hart Boulevard fronting the property. The development agreement specifies the required trunk area changes, cash escrows for review and inspection, and securities for grading and landscaping. As there are no public improvements associated with the plat, the amount of cash escrows required is $2,000 for plat administration, legal and planning in total. A separate escrow relating to review and inspection for the grading is also included. The developer is required to provide landscaping and grading costs to complete the required finance plan fields and development agreement. Should additional conditions or review be required at the time of development of the parcel, an amendment to this agreement may be necessary. Planning Commission Review and Recommendation The Planning Commission reviewed this item during the July 2, 2019 regular meeting and held a public hearing on the rezoning and plat requests. The applicant was present to address the Planning Commission. It was noted that the plat is intended to support the development of an approximately 5,000 square foot office building. It was clarified by staff that office uses are permitted in the B-2 3 City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 District and that as a permitted use, the development will be subject to an administrative review, unless other variance or CUP issues are identified. No other public was present to address the Commission on the item. Following a brief discussion, the Planning Commission recommended approval of the rezoning and preliminary plat unanimously. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS The Planning Commission recommends alternative 1 below. Motion to approve the preliminary and final plat of River Mill 6th Addition and associated development agreement, and to adopt Ordinance No. 724 rezoning of Outlot B, River Mill, to B-2, Limited Business, subject to the conditions in Exhibit Z, and based on findings in Resolution No. 2019-49 and Resolution No. 2019-50. 2. Motion to deny the preliminary plat and final plat of River Mill 6th Addition and Ordinance No. 724 rezoning of Outlot B, River Mill, to B-2, Limited Business, subject to the conditions in Exhibit Z based on findings to be cited by the City Council. 3. Motion to table action on the request, subject to additional information from staff or the applicant. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval of the plat and rezoning, based on findings that the proposed subdivision is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan and does not impact requirements of the Zoning Ordinance for either subject property, subject to compliance with the conditions identified in Exhibit Z. D. SUPPORTING DATA A. Resolution 2019-49 — Preliminary and Final Plat B. Resolution 2019-50 — Rezoning C. Ordinance No. 724 D. Resolution PC -2019-015 E. Aerial Site Image F. Applicant Narrative G. Existing Conditions H. Preliminary Plat I. Final Plat J. Conceptual Building and Elevation Plan K. City Engineering Department Letter, dated June 25th, 2019 L. Monticello Zoning Ordinance, excerpt M. Development Agreement, draft N. Finance Plan Z. Conditions of Approval C! City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 EXHIBIT Z Plat and Rezoning Outlots A and B, River Mill Conditions of approval for the proposed preliminary and final plat: 1. Compliance with the recording requirements of Wright County. 2. Execution of a development agreement for necessary site development items as required by staff. 3. The preliminary and final plat shall reflect the final southerly lot line configuration based on property ownership. 4. Compliance with the requirements of the City Engineer and other staff as identified. 5 CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA RESOLUTION NO. 2019-49 APPROVING PRELIMINARY AND FINAL PLAT AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT FOR RIVER MILL 6TH ADDITION WHEREAS, the Monticello Planning Commission held a public hearing on July 2"d, 2019, for the consideration of the preliminary plat of the River Mill 61h Addition; and WHEREAS, after taking public comment, the Planning Commission recommended approval of the preliminary plat of the River Mill 6th Addition to the City Council; and WHEREAS, the Monticello City Council reviewed the recommendation of the Planning Commission and approved the preliminary plat of River Mill 61h Addition on July 22nd, 2019; and WHEREAS, the Monticello City Council reviewed the final plat of River Mill 6th Addition on July 22nd, 2019; and WHEAREAS, the preliminary and final plat for the River Mills 6th Addition identifies the specific plans and uses for the proposed River Mill 61h Addition NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF MONTICELLO, MINNESOTA, that the preliminary and final plat of the River Mill 6th Addition, with drainage and utility easements and right of way as required, is hereby approved contingent upon meeting all conditions of the subdivision ordinance; and the following conditions: 1. Compliance with the recording requirements of Wright County. 2. Execution of a development agreement for necessary site development items as required by staff. 3. The preliminary and final plat shall reflect the final southerly lot line configuration based on property ownership. 4. Compliance with the requirements of the City Engineer and other staff as identified. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF MONTICELL0, MINNESOTA, that the document titled "Development Contract and Planned Unit Development and for River Mill 6th Addition," with assignment of the specific terms and conditions for public improvements and the specific terms and conditions for plat development, is hereby approved. ADOPTED BY the Monticello City Council this 22nd day of July, 2019. CITY OF MONTICELLO Brian Stumpf, Mayor ATTEST: Jeff O'Neill, City Administrator CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA RESOLUTION NO. 2019-50 APPROVAL OF A REZONING FOR RIVER MILL 61h ADDITION, A SINGLE -LOT COMMERICAL PLAT WHEREAS, the applicant has submitted a request to rezone its property within Outlot B, River Mill, to be platted as legally described on Exhibit A attached, from B-3, Highway Business District to B-2, Limited Business District; and WHEREAS, the applicant concurrently proposes to develop the property for a commercial office building; and WHEREAS, the site is guided for commercial uses under the label "Places to Shop" in the City's Comprehensive Plan; and WHEREAS, the proposed rezoning, along with the companion Plat, are consistent with the long-term use and development of the property for residential uses; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission held a public hearing on July 2nd, 2019 on the rezoning application and the applicant and members of the public were provided the opportunity to present information to the Planning Commission; and WHEREAS, the City Council has considered all of the comments and the staff reports of the Planning Commission and City Council, which are incorporated by reference into the resolution; and NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF MONTICELL0, MINNESOTA, that the rezoning of the area to be platted as platted as River Mill 6t, Addition, is hereby approved contingent upon meeting all conditions of the subdivision ordinance; and the following conditions: 1. Compliance with the recording requirements of Wright County. 2. Execution of a development agreement for necessary site development items as required by staff. 3. The preliminary and final plat shall reflect the final southerly lot line configuration based on property ownership. 4. Compliance with the requirements of the City Engineer and other staff as identified. ADOPTED BYthe Monticello City Council this 22nd day of July, 2019. CITY OF MONTICELLO CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA RESOLUTION NO. 2019-50 Brian Stumpf, Mayor ATTEST: Jeff O'Neill, City Administrator CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA RESOLUTION NO. 2019-50 EXHIBIT A - REZONING Area to be platted as Lot 1, Block 1, River Mill 6t' Addition. 3 ORDINANCE NO. 724 CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 10 OF THE MONTICELLO CITY CODE, KNOWN AS THE ZONING ORDINANCE, BY REZONING THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY FROM B-3, HIGHWAY BUSINESS DISTRICT TO B-2, LIMITED BUSINESS DISTRICT: OUTLOT B, RIVER MILL THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MONTICELLO HEREBY ORDAINS: Section 1. The zoning map of the City of Monticello is hereby amended to rezone the following described parcel from B-3, Highway Business District to B-2, Limited Business District: PID NUMBERS: 155-086-000020 Legal Description: Outlot B, River Mill, Monticello Section 2. The City Clerk is hereby directed to mark the official zoning map to reflect this ordinance. The map shall not be republished at this time. Section 3. The City Clerk is hereby directed to make the changes required by this Ordinance as part of the Official Monticello City Code, Title 10, Zoning Ordinance, and to renumber the tables and chapters accordingly as necessary to provide the intended effect of this Ordinance. The City Clerk is further directed to make necessary corrections to any internal citations that result from said renumbering process, provided that such changes retain the purpose and intent of the Zoning Ordinance as has been adopted. Section 5. This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after its passage and publication. The ordinance in its entirety and map shall be posted on the City website after publication. Copies of the complete Ordinance and map are available online and at Monticello City Hall for examination upon request. ADOPTED BY the Monticello City Council this _ day of 2019. Brian Stumpf, Mayor ORDINANCE NO. 724 ATTEST: Jeff O'Neill, Administrator AYES: NAYS: CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA RESOLUTION NO. PC -2019-015 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MONTICELLO RECOMMENDING APPROVAL OF THE PRELIMINARY PLAT AND REZONING FROM B-3, HIGHWAY BUSINESS TO B-2, LIMITED BUSINESS FOR RIVER MILL 6TH ADDITION LEGAL DESCRIPTION: OUTLOTS A AND B, RIVER MILL WHEREAS, the applicant is the owner of two parcels consisting of Outlots A and B, River Mill; and WHEREAS, one of the subject parcels (Outlot B) has no public street frontage; and WHEREAS, the two outlots have separate and differing zoning designations; and WHEREAS, the applicant proposes to combine the two outlots and plat them for a single development; and WHEREAS, the subject parcels are zoned B-2 and B-3, and the proposed lot following re - platting and rezoning will continue to meet the applicable zoning requirements; and WHEREAS, the proposed subdivision meets the requirements of the Monticello Subdivision Ordinance; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission considered the matter at its regular meeting on July 2nd 2019, and the applicant and members of the public were provided the opportunity to present information to the Planning Commission; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has considered all of the comments and the staff report, which are incorporated by reference into the resolution; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission of the City of Monticello makes the following Findings of Fact in relation to the recommendation of approval: 1. The proposed subdivision is consistent with the intent of the Monticello Comprehensive Plan. 2. The proposed subdivision creates a parcel that will meet the requirements of the Monticello Zoning Ordinance. 3. The proposed rezoning is consistent with the existing and surrounding commercial uses, and will limit impacts on neighboring residential property. 4. The proposed subdivision, with the concurrent rezoning, will make the lot arrangement a more conforming condition. 5. The proposed subdivision will not create undue burdens on public systems, including streets and utilities. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Planning Commission of the City of Monticello, Minnesota, that the proposed subdivision is hereby recommended for approval, subject to the conditions found in Exhibit Z of the staff report on the matter, as follows: 1. Compliance with the recording requirements of Wright County. 2. Execution of a development agreement for necessary site development items as required by staff. 3. The preliminary and final plat shall reflect the final southerly lot line configuration based on property ownership. 4. Compliance with the requirements of the City Engineer and other staff as identified. ADOPTED this 2nd day of July, 2019, by the Planning Commission of the City of Monticello, Minnesota. MONTICELLO PLANNING COMMISSION By: Chair ATTEST: *aCommunity � Angela Development Director 2 Stacy Thielman-Jost I Request for Rezoning & Preliminary and Final Plat Created by: City of Monticello Outlot A& B River Mill I PID: 155-086-000010&155-086-000020 Stacy Jost From: Stacy Jost Sent: Monday, June 03, 2019 10:28 AM To: Stacy Jost; Angie Voll Subject: Rezoning App Project Narrative We request that lots #155086000010 & 155086000020 on Hart Blvd, Monticello, be rezoned as one PID. We also request this new property be zoned B-2. We will be developing this land for commercial use that would fall under B-2 Zoning. Our plan is to build 5,000 sq. ft. for Gateway Music Festivals & Tours, Inc. (GMF). GMF is a local business and has been in Monticello since 1985. There are approximately 10 employees with no client/consumer traffic. GMF is not a retail or service outlet. We are working with BCI Construction to build. We hope to complete the construction in Spring of 2020. Stacy Thielman-Jost President Gateway Music Festivals & Tours P.O. Box 1165, Monticello, MN 55362 Phone: 800-331-8579 Direct: 763-271-2583 www.musicfestivals. corn Domestic & International Performance Tours Parades - Bowl Games - Festivals - Cruises This email and any attachments are intended for the addressee(s) only and may contain privileged, confidential or proprietary information that is exempt from disclosure under law. 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MN. 0 20 40 60 1 SCALE IN FEET C Denotes a 1/2 Inch x 14 Inch Iron Pipe set With a Plastic Cap Stamped 13057. • Denotes an Iron Monument Found ur.Q. Denotes a Wright County Cast Iron Monument. Legal Description: Outlots A and B, River Mill, Wright County, Minnesota BENCHMARK: Top Nut Hydrant. 76 fL N.W. of N.W. Property Comer. ELEV = 936.86 OWNER & DEVELOPER: ERICKELL TOWNHOMES, LLC 201 West 7th Street Monticello, MN 55362 Attn: Patrick M. O'Donnell Ph) 763-295-2107 Fox) 763-295-5165 SURVEYORS & ENGINEERS: Oliver Surveying & Engineering, Inc. 580 Dodge Ave., Elk River, Mn. 55330 Ph) 763-441-2072 Fax) 763-441-5665 EXISTING ZONING: B -2/B-3 PROPOSED ZONING: R2 -PUD Denotes Building Setbacks: 30' Front Setback 20' Rear Setback 10' Side Setback TOTAL AREA: LOD Acres 0 WO--_-- rz r h M¢ o X A o o. 4 X 0 \ F O m n 0 N X m O W m I O m ! y m m ¢ m m an � Z W O Y Z F O¢ W O X W ¢ 0 X x 3 w J O m O U O r li E G 'U Ei. 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SIDE4 I That part of Outlot B, RIVER MILL, Wright County, Minnesota, described as LOT follows: \ 3 ------ - \ - i'' �\ Beginning 1 d Outlot B; thence easterlyU along the South distance of said Outlot a stance of NE 65.00 feet; thence norther! � . ,• ,. at a right angle a distance of 2.00 feet; thence westerly to a point on the West :•..•• . ' '•' �•••�••. •• •'^• • � line of said Outlot B distant 1.00 feet North of said Southwest corner; thence S: southerly along said West line a distance of 1.00 feet to the Point of D04MSKM ARE IN FEET Beginning. p \\ a Foam CMaeled x I sltlewtll N 88° ST 05" E 49.81 CCB= 5 7g 3 18'Q " L= 156, ,NBTOf'f0-E 49.70 JPf Q-2 . 3 �• _A_:_Fa.- -w Not ranean^ ., �Ba Sym 91 ZZ ET uZ•21.... H.I — _ — _ — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — _ _ 6 ` \ Existing Property Site Address: XXXX Hart Boulevard, Monticello, MN — —BSB— I 30 foot frantWbseKxck Current Zoning = Limited Business District B-2 (Outlot A) 13 I I \ ': � � - Highway Business District B-3 (Oudot B) \ , U. County Tax Parcel IDs = 155-086-000010 (Oudot A) & 155-086-000020 (Oudot B) \ 16 I I \ BUILDING SETBACKS I Limited Business District B-2 N I Principal Structures: I^ I 30 feet front Yard 10 feet side yard BLOCK 1 °faa eeYememx 20 feet rear yard N s` I LOT 1 i </ f BENCHMARK: f4 .: 10romafeeY4raaea,arA I \�Top nut of hydrant Highway Business District B-3 H I c 3 3 I I Elevation= 943.31 Principal Structures: QY j I^I o ? a 30 feet front Yard _ :::: • ( AVD ) ' 10 feet side yard $c I ExisttnsPID: 155.086.000010 ORIENTATION OF THIS BEARING 30 feet rear and SYSTEM ASSUMES THAT THE Z Z I I Limited Business District B-2 ^ W ^ WEST LINE OF THE NORTHWEST p :.i ::::..:..: :%: :':••••'• :x:::...:... I N W OU ARTEROF SEC. IB, TWP. 121. RNG. 24 $ I O BEARS NORTH 00.44' 4T WEST I g g Topographic features shown hereon are from a field survey completed on I , 0 20 40 06/08/2019. � I I r• � � TSCALE IN FEET A completed site plan for review is forthcoming. I �wenuneaatlae 0 I'. �-- I I - N75•09.Zr BLI)C K 4 $ swmunemato BEPTION $ I : _ Nho4',s•w Z�Oen south—t merI a Existing PID: 155-086-000020 - - I i f Ow B Highway Business District B-3- '--'r-----?'•�--�-L--L>-- 'O I$--�----��rootrearnra�mack ------ I 65.00 - :• _- _BSB - I CONTACT INFORMATION 6 - - Owner and Develooer- o^p� S - - anna� 4< PLAT AREAS (+/ 1. Stacy Jost 6 �_______ ' ti��°� ?�'6t°1c) Ia Entire Plat= 11 MIVVA, LLC Fare of Re IGnIng mU N 89' 51' 56" W 65.04 — -' — — — — — — — a� ; 18 • 12420 Armitage Ave. NW y- sweeuneofoauas �'_______________________�N 1.00 Acres Monticello, MN 55362 ate : • :: •.:: I 3 N 88'58' 53" W 34.99 , I $ Block 1 Phone: 763238 8631 • Ei••, i ii see°eM;IA aim'»"w 4m 4a foo _" Lot 1= Pd s B9 03 sr w 1.00 Acres a i9e iP) Lnd Survevor- Sam DeLeo :` . .................... ^ NOT PL!'!'Fi, a N I' PLk!-! Kramer Leas DeLeo, P.C. „I 'Y ~� : ••• I � PeN4ng Lot13 North 1 l th Ave. St. Cloud, MN 56303 $ + � weuureorfneNvnu I �-� j % I Phone: 320-259-1266 /NO. REVISIONS SINCE INITIAL SU RVEV DATED DATE 1 WAS PRE CERTIFY MEOR IS PUN•SUIREV• OR REPORTPreliminary WAS PREPARED BV ME UNDER MV DIRECT SUPERVISIONLEGEND Plat of RE AND THAT I AM A DULY REGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR OF PROPERTY BOUNDARY SYMBOLS West Qwrter comer 01 O SET IRON PIPE WITH UP STAMPED'DELEO10341' Sf CbuO, MN 58303 326259-1288 KL&D UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA. � / E ^ M I L L 6TH ADDITION K V K I I RIVER D I T I O 0 Sec. iB, Twp. 121, Rl1g. 24 • FOUND IRON MONUMENT K R A M E R LEAS D E L E O suave xxixo ` Signature' S:ue.e/�04� 06/1212019 p Z For property at: XXXX Hart Boulevard Qa GOVERNMENT SECTION CORNER MONUMENT ea4ixEao aT. ctou:LA Samuel J. DeLeo. MN License No. 40341 Date City of Monticello, County of Wright, State of Minnesota L (P) DIMENSION PER UNDERLYING PLAT OF RECORD I PROJECT N O . B 0 S E C 1 9 01 Located in Section 18, Township 121 North, Range 24 West ;", \ \ " / Vicinity Map NW1/4 OF SEC 18, TWP 121, RNG 24 U N •o �R d GOVT LOT 4 I GOVT LOT 3 � I SWI/4 NWI/4 I SEI/4 NO SCALE NW1/4 CITY OF MONTICELLO PLANNING COMMISSION Be it known that at a meeting held on this day of 20 the Planning Commission of the City of Monticello, Minnesota did hereby review and approve this plat of RIVER MILL 6TH ADDITION. By: , Chairperson By: , Secretary CITY COUNCIL, CITY OF MONTICELLO, MINNESOTA This plat of RIVER MILL 6TH ADDITION was approved and accepted by the City Council of the City of Monticello at a regular meeting thereof held this day Of 20 , and said plat is in compliance with the provisions of Minnesota Statutes, Section 505.03, Subd. 2. By: By: Mayor City Clerk/Treasurer WRIGHT COUNTY SURVEYOR I hereby certify that in accordance With Minnesota Statutes, Section 505.021 Subd. 11, this plat has been reviewed and approved this _ day of 20_. Wright County Surveyor WRIGHT COUNTY HIGHWAY ENGINEER This plat was reviewed and recommended for approval this _ day Of 20_. Wright County Engineer WRIGHT COUNTY AUDITOR/TREASURER Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 505.021, Subd. 9, taxes payable for the year 20_ on the land hereinbefore described have been paid. Also, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 272.12, there are no delinquent taxes and transfer entered this day of , 20_. By: Wright County Auditor/Treasurer Deputy WRIGHT COUNTY RECORDER I hereby certify that this instrument was filed in the office of the County Recorder for record on this_ day of . 20_, at_ o'clock _. M., and was duly recorded in Cabinet No. , Sleeve , as Document 140. Wright County Recorder 06/12/2019 DRAFT ner Northwest Twp. 121, Rng. 24 RIVER MILL 6TH ADDITION -S-iM� THE DRAINAGE AND UTILITY EASEMENTS TO _ I BE DEDICATED AS PART OF THIS PLAT ARE SHOWN AS THUS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED: ' 4 I � REAR LOT UNE \ i IDE, S \ LOT UNE g ...: •..: ..r:: • • • ry ROAD R/W '� Z "+ m • • DIMENSIONS ARE IN FEET 1'43" Found Chiseled x Ie sid—U, N 88° 57 05" E 49.81 N87°01'10'E 49.70(P) C85 S L= 156,3 03"E R=353Z' _ ♦, 4, 5°1B'q' CH .., 156.05 155-08 ,21154738 Z (3�)21 --_----------------''. — — — — KNOW ALL PERSONS BY THESE PRESENTS: That MIWA, LLC, a Minnesota limited liability company, fee owner of the following described property situated in the City of Monticello, 1 _ \ \ County of Wright, State of Minnesota to wit: \ Oudot A and B, River Mill, according to the plat thereof on file and of record in the office of the County Recorder, Wright County, State of Minnesota, excepting therefrom the I following parcel: I •: I :••That rt Wright County, Minnesota, deuribedazfollows: helSouthRwes R I , d the corner of said Ou[lot ; thence easterly South line Beginningt terl :•:; i':i :••••' '• " • '' mal ions said of a distance of 65.00 feet; thence northerly at a right ng distance of I I s 2.00 feet; thence westerly to a point on the West line of said Outlot B distant 1.00 feet North of said Southwest corner; thence southerly along said West line a distance of 1.00 feet to the Point of Beginning. 3 Has caused the same to be surveyed and platted as RIVER MILL 6TH ADDITION and do hereby PLAT AREAS +/- I I dedicate to the public for public use forever the drainage and utility easement as created I 1 by this plat. ENTIRE PLAT = <o la 1.00 Ac. H I e I In witness whereof said MIWA, LLC, a Minnesota limited liability company, has caused 1.4 I these presents to be signed by its proper officers this day of BLOCK 1 - N I o I BLOCK 1 Stacy L. Jost, President LOT 1 = 1.00 Ac. a N ^ LOT 1 I I STATE OF MINNESOTA 3 1 COUNTY OF ORIENTATION OF THIS BEARING SYSTEMA ENORTHS THAT � V °• ••-°F n „ ,� I a This instrument was acknowledged before me this day of WEST LINE OF THE NORTHWEST F THEES 1 � 1 ^ � � 20_ by Stacy L. Jost, President of MIWA, LLC, a Minnesota limited liability company. QUARTER OF SEC. 18, TWP. 121, RNG. 24 BEARS NORTH WEST 2 00"44' 47" Z 1 :..:::::...... � '•• � ': �••• � ': "' ° ° '••• c W i v o (Notary Signature) (Notary Printed Name) v ? Notary Public, County, Minnesota 0 20 40 I My commission expire< SCALEIN FEET I I .i SURVEYOR'S CERTIFICATION LEGEND OF PROPERTY BOUNDARY SYMBOLS O SET IRON PIPE WITH CAP STAMPED'DELEO 40341' 1 - _ , ` N75.09,Zp. N�°Oq• I9 208 BLOC , 6 I 1 Samuel J. DeLeo do hereby certify that this plat was prepared by me or under my direct _ 19„ h ` ` iV supervision; that I am a duly Licensed Land Surveyor in the State of Minnesota; that this • FOUND IRON MONUMENT I ? .19 /p� �-- boundarytation of the that all t latnd at is a rect pdesin labels onuments GOVERNMENT SECTION CORNER MONUMENT I• n a , I are correctly designated on this ht all I depicted on this 4 P P P have been, or will be Correctly set within one year; that all water boundaries and wet lP1 DIMENSION PER UNDERLYING PLAT OF RECORD n 0i •� , I lands, as defined in Minnesota Statutes, Section 505.01, Subd. 3, as of the date of this 1 ( _ _ certificate are shown and labeled on this plat; and all public ways are shown and labeled ...... _...; I on this plat. Dated this day of . 20_ , s •� ou\R L — — — — ap��Q\ �Il Samuel J. DeLeo, Licensed Land S urveyorN89°51'S6"W • � d 65.04 o •;' u,�E or oNclot e i-_ _ _--------------------- Plc Minnesota License Number 40341 :;;;T;;•• u :..::.:::..::•. •..: ...::.::..::.:::•:•..::..::: 1 N 88°58' 53" W 34.99, See Detail AS89°03-57'w(P) N89°02'32"W 101.18 I STATE OF MINNESOTA ...... .............. • S 89 03 57- W 100.98 (P) I COUNTY OF STEARNS • •••' • •••�' I I I The foregoing Surveyor's Certification was acknowledged before me this day of .., •..: •.... ::•::: •:: •:: .: •..: : "•. ^.... ^3 QPLiIti) Nva ?ltI —=i , 20 by Samuel J. DeLeo Licensed Land Surveyor, ° Minnesota License Number 40341.I 1 DETAIL A 8 West Die of the NYni4 INOx"EI Sidney Theis �wes1 are or Daum e i Notary Public Steams County, Minnesota I I My commission expires January 31, 2022 EXCEPTION CD KLA; g drOuttot B, West Quarter corner of - ! _ _ _ _ J• KRAMER LEAS DELEO S URVEYINO • ENOINEENINO • PLANNINO BRAINERD ST. CLOUD Sec. 18, Twp. 121, Rng. 24 '•. ---65.00 Vicinity Map NW1/4 OF SEC 18, TWP 121, RNG 24 U N •o �R d GOVT LOT 4 I GOVT LOT 3 � I SWI/4 NWI/4 I SEI/4 NO SCALE NW1/4 CITY OF MONTICELLO PLANNING COMMISSION Be it known that at a meeting held on this day of 20 the Planning Commission of the City of Monticello, Minnesota did hereby review and approve this plat of RIVER MILL 6TH ADDITION. By: , Chairperson By: , Secretary CITY COUNCIL, CITY OF MONTICELLO, MINNESOTA This plat of RIVER MILL 6TH ADDITION was approved and accepted by the City Council of the City of Monticello at a regular meeting thereof held this day Of 20 , and said plat is in compliance with the provisions of Minnesota Statutes, Section 505.03, Subd. 2. By: By: Mayor City Clerk/Treasurer WRIGHT COUNTY SURVEYOR I hereby certify that in accordance With Minnesota Statutes, Section 505.021 Subd. 11, this plat has been reviewed and approved this _ day of 20_. Wright County Surveyor WRIGHT COUNTY HIGHWAY ENGINEER This plat was reviewed and recommended for approval this _ day Of 20_. Wright County Engineer WRIGHT COUNTY AUDITOR/TREASURER Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 505.021, Subd. 9, taxes payable for the year 20_ on the land hereinbefore described have been paid. Also, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 272.12, there are no delinquent taxes and transfer entered this day of , 20_. By: Wright County Auditor/Treasurer Deputy WRIGHT COUNTY RECORDER I hereby certify that this instrument was filed in the office of the County Recorder for record on this_ day of . 20_, at_ o'clock _. M., and was duly recorded in Cabinet No. , Sleeve , as Document 140. Wright County Recorder 06/12/2019 DRAFT LU E 1: EF - Perspective Views Site Plan Option 1 Wide View 1"= 60'-0" . cn awl K+ '•!_ EU 11:i{: • � 1 � � a • r- ♦ 1�1 �• 1 ,yam ��' A � � +'. �i4f L r II i�•1�. 1 ,. rEl L s 1' I tell r, It 0 a • � � s . I . j7 sem' Pte_ M4R ` it VV Eu t Jc: Q • NM 1! 1�. =_ f F IW O -Woo vw- w R ... Z M, Not 0o AwM f r MM� l ! W ins • -,.. r � '' � s M a ,r • - t ►�.. i ■ ` O ` s• I e 40 r �1r � � err � � � �' 1! .. • --. � Ar Site Plan Option 1 1 1"= 30'-0" km 2 0 U 0. z W m U) C. 0 a a M z U) J 0 CL Q W z z 0 0 co W to T W D z W a a z LU X 0 n wsb/ June 25, 2019 Matt Leonard City Engineer/Public Works Director City of Monticello 505 Walnut Street, Suite 1 Monticello, MN 55362 Re: River Mill 611 Addition Preliminary and Final Plat Review City Project No. 2019-022 WSB Project No. 14320-000 Dear Mr. Leonard: We have reviewed the preliminary and final plat drawings dated June 12, 2019 as prepared by KLD and offer the following comments: 1. The site is less than one acre, therefore any development proposal will have less than 1 acre of new impervious surface and volume control (infiltration) is not required for stormwater management, however it is encouraged to provided infiltration if possible. 2. Runoff from the site drains to via storm sewer to the existing pond adjacent to A Glorious Church. Storm sewer is located along Hart Boulevard and runoff from the site can be connected to this storm sewer system based on the available capacity. A retention pond may be needed onsite based on site development elevations and elevations of the existing storm sewer connection. 3. A 6 -inch sewer and a 6 -inch water service stub is extended to the property line per City utility as-builts and should be adequate for the proposed land use. 4. A more detailed review of the development plans will be completed when the applicant submits civil plans and a stormwater management report with the building permit. 5. The future driveway access shall provide adequate driver sight lines given the curve along Hart Boulevard. Please give me a call at 612-360-1304 if you have any questions or comments regarding this letter. Sincerely, WSB IA�� - C:\Users\Jennifer.Burrows\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache\Content.Outlook\4HYUK2V2\Exh K.Ltr-m-leonard River Mill 6th Plat-062519.docx River Mill 61" Addition June 25, 2019 Page 2 Shibani K. Bisson, PE Senior Project Manager Section 3.5 (D) B-2 Limited Business District The purpose of the "13-2" limited business district is to provide for low intensity retail or service outlets which deal directly with the customer for whom the goods or services are furnished. The uses allowed in this district are to provide goods and services on a limited community market scale and located in areas which are well served by collector or arterial street facilities at the edge of residential districts. Maximum Residential Density = Ten (10) dwelling units per gross acre. Base Lot Area • No minimum Base Lot Width • Minimum = 100 ft. Typical B-1 Lot Configuration CHAPTER 3: ZONING DISTRICTS Section 3.5 Business Base Zoning Districts Subsection (D) B-2: Limited Business District Typical B-2 Building Types City of Monticello Zoning Ordinance Page I IS CHAPTER 3: ZONING DISTRICTS Section 3.S Business Base Zoning Districts Subsection (D) B-2: Limited Business District REQUIRED YARDS (in feet) Front Interior Street Rear Side Side Max Height (stories Max Floor Area Max Impervious (% / feet) Ratio (FAR) of gross lot area) All Uses 30 10 20 20 2 stories (Reserved) (Reserved) 30 feet [ 1 ] [I]: Multi -story buildings may be allowed as a conditional use pursuant to Section 2.40) contingent upon strict adherence to fire safety code provisions as specified by the International Building Code as adopted in Title 4. Chanter I of the Monticello City Code. Accessory Structures See Section 5.3(B1 for all general standards and limitations on accessory structures. ■ Section 3.3. Common District Reauirements Other 0Section 3.5(B). Standards Applicable to All Business Base Zoning_ Districts Regulations - Section 4.1. Landscaping and Screening Standards to Consult w Section 4.5. Signs (not all N Section 4.8. Off -Street Parking inclusive) Section 4.9. Off -Street Loading ■ Section 4.11. Building Materials t: goo foot minimum lot width, no minimum depth is Financial institution meeting the required 30' i front yard setback ...... 3: Minimum io foot rear yard setback 4: io foot side yard structural setbacks ' I 5.6 foot separation between lot lines and parking/drive asiles 6. Small combination use 1-� building with three commercial tenants 7. Entry points between uses meet a minimum 40 foot separation 8. to foot side yard setback Page 116 City of Monticello Zoning Ordinance (reserved for recording information) DEVELOPMENT CONTRACT RIVER MILL 6TH ADDITION AGREEMENT dated , 2019, by and between the CITY OF MONTICELLO, a Minnesota municipal corporation ("City"), and MIVVA, LLC, a Minnesota limited liability company (the "Owner" and "Developer"). 1. REQUEST FOR PLAT APPROVAL. The Developer has asked the City to approve a plat for RIVER MILL 6THADDITION (referred to in this Contract as the "plat" and the "Development") consisting of approximately 1 acre, zoned as B-2, to develop an office building consisting of approximately 5,000 square feet on the site. The land is situated in the County of Wright, State of Minnesota, and is legally described on the attached Exhibit "A". 2. CONDITIONS OF PLAT APPROVAL. The City hereby approves the plat on condition that the Developer enter into this Contract, furnish the security required by it, comply with the recommendations listed in Resolution #2019-OXX, dated July 22nd, 2019,and record the plat with the 202907v2 County Recorder within 365 days after the City Council approves the final plat or the execution of this Contract, whichever occurs later. 3. RIGHT TO PROCEED. The City and Developer acknowledge that the Developer will not be performing any public improvements upon the plat. Developer further acknowledges that within the plat or land to be platted, the Developer may not grade or otherwise disturb the earth, remove trees, construct sewer lines, water lines, streets, utilities, public or private improvements, or any buildings until all the following conditions have been satisfied: 1) this Contract has been fully executed by both parties and filed with the City Clerk, 2) the necessary security has been received by the City, 3) the plat has been submitted to the Wright County Recorder's Office, and 4) the City has issued a letter that all conditions have been satisfied and that the Developer may proceed. 4. CHANGES IN OFFICIAL CONTROLS. For two (2) years from the date of this Contract, no amendments to the City's Comprehensive Plan, or official controls shall apply to or affect the use, development density, lot size, lot layout or dedications of the approved plat unless required by state or federal law or agreed to in writing by the City and the Developer. Thereafter, notwithstanding anything in this Contract to the contrary, to the full extent permitted by state law, the City may require compliance with any amendments to the City's Comprehensive Plan and official controls. 5. ZONING. Except as otherwise provided herein, the subject property shall be subject to the zoning regulations of the B-2 District, in effect at the time the final plat is approved. 6. CONDITION FOR SUBSEQUENT APPROVALS. No final plat for changes or amendments to this Agreement shall be approved, nor shall construction commence for such additional land uses, until an amendment of this Agreement is processed and approved, subject to the requirements of the Monticello Zoning and Subdivision Ordinances, including the submission of site building plans, final grading and drainage plans, final utility plans, and final landscaping plans. 2 2o29o7v2 7. DEVELOPMENT PLANS. The plat shall be developed in accordance with the following plans. The plans shall not be attached to this Contract. With the exception of Plans A and B, the plans may be prepared, subject to City approval, after entering the Contract, but before commencement of any work in the plat. The erosion control plan may also be approved by the Wright County Soil and Water Conservation District. If the plans vary from the written terms of this Contract, the written terms shall control. The plans are: Plan A - Plat Plan B - Final Grading, Development, Drainage and Erosion Control Plan Plan C - Site Plan Plan D — Utility Plan Plan E - Landscape Plan Plan F — Signage Plan Plan G — Building and Design Plans 8. IMPROVEMENTS. The Developer shall install and pay for the following: A. Sanitary Sewer System B. Water System C. Storm Sewer System E. Concrete Curb and Gutter F. Site Grading, Ponding, and Erosion Control G. Underground Utilities H. Setting of Iron Monuments I. Surveying and Staking The improvements shall be installed in accordance with the City subdivision ordinance; City standard specifications for utilities and street construction; and any other ordinances. The Developer shall submit plans and specifications which have been prepared by a registered professional engineer to the City for approval by the City Engineer. The City may, at the City's discretion and at the Developer's expense, have one or more City inspectors and a soil engineer inspect the work on a full or part-time basis. The Developer, its contractors and subcontractors, shall follow all written instructions received from the City's inspectors subject to Developer's plans and specifications. The Developer or his engineer shall schedule a pre - construction meeting at a mutually agreeable time at the City Council chambers with all parties concerned, 3 2029o7v2 including the City staff, to review the program for the construction work. Within thirty (30) days after the completion of the improvements and before the security is released, the Developer shall supply the City with a complete set of reproducible "as constructed" plans, an electronic file of the "as constructed" plans in an auto CAD.DWG file or a .DXF file, and two complete sets of blue line "as constructed" plans, all prepared in accordance with City standards. In accordance with Minnesota Statutes 505.021, the final placement of iron monuments for all lot corners must be completed before the applicable security is released. The Developer shall be responsible for the placement of the iron monuments. The Developer's surveyor shall also submit a written notice to the City certifying that the monuments have been installed. 9. PERMITS. The Developer shall obtain or require its contractors and subcontractors to obtain all necessary permits, including but not limited to: • Wright County for County Road Access and Work in County Rights -of -Way • Wright County Soil Conservation District • MnDot for State Highway Access • Minnesota Department of Health for Watermains • NPDES Permit for Stormwater Connections • MPCA for Sanitary Sewer and Hazardous Material Removal and Disposal • DNR for Dewatering • City of Monticello for Building Permits 10. DEWATERING. Due to the variable nature of groundwater levels and stormwater flows, it will be the Developer's and the Developer's contractors and subcontractors responsibility to satisfy themselves with regard to the elevation of groundwater in the area and the level of effort needed to perform dewatering and storm flow routing operations. All dewatering shall be in accordance with all applicable county, state, and federal rules and regulations. DNR regulations regarding appropriations permits shall also be strictly followed. 4 202907v2 11. LICENSE. The Developer hereby grants the City, its agents, employees, officers and contractors a license to enter the platted property to perform all work and inspections deemed appropriate by the City in conjunction with plat development. 12. GRADING. DRAINAGE AND EROSION CONTROL. Site grading or construction on the platted property shall be performed in accordance with the Final Grading, Development, Drainage and Erosion Control Plan, Plan B. The plan shall conform to City of Monticello specifications, or as otherwise inspected and approved by the City. Within thirty (30) days after completion of the grading and before the City approves the building permit (except as permitted by this contract or the Building Official), the Developer shall provide the City with an "as constructed" grading plan certified by a registered land surveyor or engineer. The City will withhold issuance of building permits until the approved certified grading plan is on file with the City and all erosion control measures are in place as determined by the City Engineer. The Developer certifies to the City that the building footings placed on fill have been monitored and constructed to meet or exceed applicable specifications. 13. OWNERSHIP OF IMPROVEMENTS. Upon completion of the work and construction required by this Contract, the improvements lying within public easements shall become City property without further notice or action. 14. CITY ENGINEERING ADMINISTRATION AND CONSTRUCTION OBSERVATION. The Developer shall pay a fee for the City's engineering administration. City engineering administration will include monitoring of construction observation, consultation with Developer and his engineer on status or problems regarding the project, coordination for final inspection and acceptance, project monitoring during the warranty period, and processing of requests for reduction in security. Fees for this service will be billed at hourly rates estimated to be three percent (3.0%) of the estimated construction cost, assuming normal construction and project scheduling. The Developer shall pay 5 202907v2 for construction observation performed by the City's consulting engineer. Construction observation shall include part or full time inspection of proposed public utilities and street construction and will be billed on hourly rates. 15. CLAIMS. In the event that the City receives claims from labor, materialmen, or others that work required by this Contract has been performed, the sums due them have not been paid, and the laborers, materialmen, or others are seeking payment from the City, the Developer hereby authorizes the City to commence an Interpleader action pursuant to Rule 22, Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure for the District Courts, to draw upon the letters of credit in an amount up to 125 percent of the claim(s) and deposit the funds in compliance with the Rule, and upon such deposit, the Developer shall release, discharge, and dismiss the City from any further proceedings as it pertains to the letters of credit deposited with the District Court, except that the Court shall retain jurisdiction to determine attorneys' fees pursuant to this Contract. 16. STORM SEWER AREA CHARGE. The Development is subject to a storm sewer area charge of $12,774.90. The area charge is based on the gross area of the final plat less any area credit for pond area, and is calculated as follows: Base Storm Sewer Area Charge: .97 acre x $3,985.00 / net acre = $3,865.45 Alternate Ponding Fee Storm Sewer Area Charge: .97 acre x $9,185.00 = $8,909.45 The total storm sewer area charge for the Development of $12,774.90 shall be assessed against the property if not paid by the Developer in cash at the time of final plat approval at developer's option. If assessed, an interest rate of two percent (2%) shall apply. 17. SANITARY SEWER AREA CHARGE. The Development is subject to a sanitary sewer area charge of $3,730.00. The area charge is based on the gross area of the final plat and is calculated as follows: .97 acre x $3,730.00/acre = $3,618.10 6 2o29o7v2 The Developer shall be assessed or shall pay the sanitary sewer area charge in cash at the time of final plat approval at Developer's option. If assessed, an interest rate of two percent (2%) shall apply. 18. WATER MAIN AREA CHARGE. The Development is subject to a water main area charge of $2,758.00. The area charge is based on the gross area of the final plat and is calculated as follows: .97 acre x $2,758.00/acre = $2,675.26 The Developer shall be assessed or shall pay the sanitary sewer area charge in cash at the time of final plat approval at developer's option. If assessed, an interest rate of two percent (2%) shall apply. 19. SPECIAL PROVISIONS. The following special provisions shall apply to plat development: A. Implementation of the recommendations listed in the City's Engineering Department Letter dated June 25, 2019. B. Developer shall submit the plat reflecting the final southerly lot line configuration based on property owner for City approval. C. Prior to City Council approval of the final plat, the Developer shall furnish a boundary survey of the proposed property to be platted with all property corner monumentation in place and marked with lath and a flag. Any encroachments on or adjacent to the property shall be noted on the survey. The Developer shall post a $300.00 security for the final placement of interior subdivision iron monuments at property corners. The security was calculated as follows: 1 unit at $300.00 per unit. The security will be held by the City until the Developer's land surveyor certifies that all irons have been set following site grading and utility and street construction. In addition, the certificate of survey must also include a certification that all irons for a specific lot have either been found or set prior to the issuance of a building permit for that lot. 7 2o29o7v2 D. The Developer is required to submit the final plat in electronic format. The electronic format shall be either AutoCAD.DWG file or a .DXF file. All construction record drawings (e.g., grading, utilities, and streets) shall be in electronic format in accordance with standard City specifications. The Developer shall also submit one complete set of reproducible construction plans on Mylar. 20. SUMMARY OF SECURITY REQUIREMENTS. To guarantee compliance with the terms of this contract, payment of real estate taxes including interest and penalties, payment of special assessments, the Developer shall furnish the City with a letter of credit, in the form attached hereto, from a bank ("security") for $ .00, plus a cash fee of $ for City engineering, expenses and administration. The amount of the security was calculated as follows: CONSTRUCTION COSTS: Erosion Control/Grading Certification $ 3,000.00 Landscaping ($ x 125%) $ CONSTRUCTION SUB -TOTAL (ESTIMATED) $.00 OTHER COSTS: $ 00.00 Lot Corners/Iron Monuments $ 300.00 TOTAL COSTS $00.00 TOTAL SECURITIES: Total Costs X 125% $00.00 This breakdown is for historical reference; it is not a restriction on the use of the security. The bank shall be subject to the approval of the City Administrator. The security shall be for a term ending when maintenance bond is posted. Individual security instruments may be for shorter terms provided they are automatically renewed on an annual basis until expiration. The City may draw down the security with 30 days written notice to Developer, for any violation of the terms of this Contract or if the security is allowed to lapse prior to the end of the required term. If the required public improvements are not completed at least thirty (30) days prior to the renewal of the security, the City may also draw it down. If the security is drawn down, the 202907v2 proceeds shall be used to cure the default. Upon receipt of proof satisfactory to the City that work has been completed and financial obligations to the City have been satisfied, with City approval the security may be reduced from time to time by ninety percent (90%) of the financial obligations that have been satisfied. Ten percent (10%) of the amounts certified by the Developer's engineer shall be retained as security until all improvements have been completed, all financial obligations to the City satisfied, the required "as constructed" plans have been received by the City, a warranty security is provided, and the public improvements are accepted by the City Council. 21. SUMMARY OF CASH REQUIREMENTS. A. The Developer shall submit a $2,000 escrow deposit for fees relating to City administration, legal and planning -related expenses associated with the Plat development. Fees for this service shall be at standard hourly rates per the City's adopted fee schedule. B. The Developer shall pay a fee for the City's engineering administration as related to grading and restoration of the subject property. City engineering administration will include monitoring of construction observation related to grading and restoration of the site, consultation with Developer and his engineer on status or problems regarding the project, coordination for final inspection and acceptance, and processing of requests for reduction in security. Fees for this service shall be at standard hourly rates per the City's adopted fee schedule estimated to be three percent (3.0%), Developer will provide a $X,XXX.00 escrow, which is separate and in addition to any other escrow funds for this Development, to pay the fees owed to the City under this Section. The fees owed by the Developer to the City under this Section shall be paid from the escrows amounts. Any amounts not utilized from the escrow account shall be returned to the Developer when all the Development has been completed in accordance with this Agreement. If additional escrow amounts are required for such costs incurred beyond the escrow deposit, the Developer shall be billed directly for such costs and there shall be no issuance of occupancy permits until all such obligations have been fully paid. D. The following is a summary of the cash requirements under this Contract which must be furnished to the City prior to the time of building permit issuance: 9 202907v2 Administration, Legal and Planning Engineering and Inspection: Grading and Restoration (3%) GPS Locate Total Cash Requirements * Fees reconciled to actual expenses at close of project. * Fees reconciled to actual expenses at close of project. 22. RESPONSIBILITY FOR COSTS. 2,000.00* $ X,XXX.00* $ 60.00* $ X,XXX.00 A. Except as otherwise specified herein, the Developer shall pay all actual costs incurred by it or the City in conjunction with the development of the plat, including but not limited to Soil and Water Conservation District charges, legal, planning, engineering and inspection expenses incurred in connection with approval and acceptance of the plat, the preparation of this Contract, review of construction plans and documents, and all costs and expenses incurred by the City in monitoring and inspecting development of the plat. The Developer shall deposit with the City the amount set forth in Section 21 to be used for the payment of these fees and enforcement fees. If the amount in the deposit account drops below 15% of the initial amount, the Developer will make additional deposits in amounts set by the City. At the completion of the project and following payment of all expenses related to the project, the City shall return the remaining deposit funds to the Developer. B. The Developer shall hold the City and its officers, employees, and agents harmless from claims made by it and third parties for damages sustained or costs incurred resulting from plat approval and development. The Developer shall indemnify the City and its officers, employees, and agents for all costs, damages, or expenses which the City may pay or incur in consequence of such claims, including reasonable attorneys' fees and costs. C. The Developer shall reimburse the City for costs incurred in the enforcement of this Contract, including engineering and attorneys' fees. 10 202907v2 D. The Developer shall pay in full all bills submitted to it by the City for obligations incurred under this Contract within thirty (30) days after receipt. If the bills are not paid on time, the City may halt plat development and construction until the bills are paid in full. Bills not paid within thirty (30) days shall accrue interest at the rate of eighteen percent (18%) per year. E. The Developer shall pay, or cause to be paid when due, and in any event before any penalty is attached, all special assessments referred to in this Contract. The Developer hereby waives all assessment notice and hearing requirements. If the Developer elects to have the charges set forth in this contract assessed to the properties herein, the assessment shall be payable over a ten year period, in ten equal principal installments, plus interest at of 2.0% over prime as published in the Wall Street Journal at the time of assessment per annum on the remaining principal balance each year. Interest will begin to accrue on the principal balance commencing on the date of final plat approval by the City of Monticello. F. In addition to the charges referred to herein, other charges may be imposed such as but not limited to sewer availability charges ("SAC"), City water connection charges, City sewer connection charges, and building permit fees. 23. DEVELOPER'S DEFAULT. In the event of default by the Developer as to any of the work to be performed by it hereunder, the City may, at its option, perform the work and the Developer shall promptly reimburse the City for any expense incurred by the City, provided the Developer, except in an emergency as determined by the City, is first given notice of the work in default, not less than forty-eight (48) hours in advance. This Contract is a license for the City to act, and it shall not be necessary for the City to seek a Court order for permission to enter the land. When the City does any such work, the City may, in addition to its other remedies, assess the cost in whole or in part. 24. MISCELLANEOUS. 11 202907v2 A. The Developer represents to the City that the plat complies with all city, county, metropolitan, state, and federal laws and regulations, including but not limited to: subdivision ordinances, zoning ordinances, and environmental regulations. If the plat ceases to comply with county, metropolitan, state and federal laws and regulations, the City may, at its option, refuse to allow construction or development work in the plat until the Developer does comply. Upon the City's demand, the Developer shall cease work until there is compliance. B. Third parties shall have no recourse against the City under this Contract. C. Breach of the terms of this Contract by the Developer shall be grounds for denial of building permits, including lots sold to third parties. D. If any portion, section, subsection, sentence, clause, paragraph, or phrase of this Contract is for any reason held invalid, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portion of this Contract. E. If building permits are issued prior to the acceptance of public improvements, the Developer assumes all liability and costs resulting in delays in completion of public improvements and damage to public improvements caused by the City, Developer, its contractors, subcontractors, material men, employees, agents, or third parties. No sewer and water connection permits may be issued and no one may occupy a building for which a building permit is issued on either a temporary or permanent basis until the streets needed for access have been paved with a bituminous surface and the utilities are accepted by the City Engineer. F. The action or inaction of the City shall not constitute a waiver or amendment to the provisions of this Contract. To be binding, amendments or waivers shall be in writing, signed by the parties and approved by written resolution of the City Council. The City's failure to promptly take legal action to enforce this Contract shall not be a waiver or release. 12 2o29o7v2 G. This Contract shall run with the land and may be recorded against the title to the property. The Developer covenants with the City, its successors and assigns, that the Developer is well seized in fee title of the property being final platted and/or has obtained consents to this Contract, in the form attached hereto, from all parties who have an interest in the property; that there are no unrecorded interests in the property being final platted; and that the Developer will indemnify and hold the City harmless for any breach of the foregoing covenants. In the event this contract is filed of record, upon compliance of all terms herein by Developer, the City shall file a termination of record. H. Each right, power or remedy herein conferred upon the City is cumulative and in addition to every other right, power or remedy, express or implied, now or hereafter arising, available to City, at law or in equity, or under any other agreement, and each and every right, power and remedy herein set forth or otherwise so existing may be exercised from time to time as often and in such order as may be deemed expedient by the City and shall not be a waiver of the right to exercise at any time thereafter any other right, power or remedy. I. The Developer may not assign this Contract without the written permission of the City Council, unless such assignment is to a principal of Developer or another entity in which the Developer is a principal. The Developer's obligation hereunder shall continue in full force and effect even if the Developer sells part or parts of the platted land, until all conditions of assignment are met. Retaining walls that require a building permit shall be constructed in accordance with plans and specifications prepared by a structural or geotechnical engineer licensed by the State of Minnesota. Following construction, a certification signed by the design engineer shall be filed with the City Engineer evidencing that the retaining wall was constructed in accordance with the approved plans and specifications. All retaining walls, the development plans, or special conditions referred to in this Contract 13 2o29o7v2 required to be constructed shall be constructed before any other building permit is issued for a lot on which a retaining wall is required to be built. 25. NOTICES. Required notices to the Developer shall be in writing, and shall be either hand delivered to the Developer, its employees or agents, or mailed to the Developer by certified mail at the following address: 12420 Armitage Avenue NW, Monticello, Minnesota 55362, Notices to the City shall be in writing and shall be either hand delivered to the City Administrator, or mailed to the City by certified mail in care of the City Administrator at the following address: Monticello City Hall, 505 Walnut Street, Suite 1, Monticello, Minnesota 55362, with a copy to the City Attorney by regular mail at: Campbell Knutson, P.A., Grand Oak Office Center I, 860 Blue Gentian Road, #290, Eagan, Minnesota 55121. Remainder of page intentionally left blank. Signatures on the following pages. 14 202907v2 CITY OF MONTICELLO Lo (SEAL) STATE OF MINNESOTA ) ( ss. COUNTY OF WRIGHT ) Brian Stumpf, Mayor Jeff O'Neill, City Administrator The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this day of , 2019, by Brian Stumpf and by Jeff O'Neill, respectively the Mayor and City Administrator of the City of Monticello, a Minnesota municipal corporation, on behalf of the corporation and pursuant to the authority granted by its City Council. Notary Public Campbell Knutson Professional Association Grand oak Office Center I 860 Blue Gentian Road, #290 Eagan, Minnesota 55121 Telephone: (651) 452-5000 JJJ 15 202907v2 OWNER / DEVELOPER: MIWA, LLC Lo STATE OF MINNESOTA ) (ss. COUNTY OF ) Its: [title] [print name] The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this day of 2019 by the of MIWA, LLC, a Minnesota limited liability company, on behalf of the entity. Notary Public DRAFTED BY: Campbell Knutson Professional Association Grand oak Office Center I 860 Blue Gentian Road, #290 Eagan, Minnesota 55121 Telephone: (651) 452-5000 JJJ 16 202907v2 EXHIBIT "A" Lot 1, Block 1, River Mill 6th Addition, according to the recorded plat thereof, Wright County, Minnesota. 17 2o29o7v2 MORTGAGE HOLDER CONSENT TO DEVELOPMENT CONTRACT , which holds a mortgage on the subject property, the development of which is governed by the foregoing Development Contract, which mortgage is dated and recorded with the Wright County Recorder/Registrar of Titles as document number , agrees that the Development Contract shall remain in full force and effect even if it forecloses on its mortgage. Dated this day of , 2019. itz STATE OF [print name] Its [title] ) ss. COUNTY OF ) The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this day of 2019, by the of a , on behalf of the Notary Public DRAFTED BY: CAMPBELL, KNUTSON Professional Association Grand Oak Office Center I 860 Blue Gentian Road, Suite 290 Eagan, Minnesota 55121 Telephone: (651) 452-5000 JJJ 18 202907v2 FEE OWNER CONSENT TO DEVELOPMENT CONTRACT , a , fee owner of all or part of the subject property, the development of which is governed by the foregoing Development Contract, affirms and consents to the provisions thereof and agrees to be bound by the provisions as the same may apply to that portion of the subject property owned by it. Dated this day of , 2019. Its STATE OF MINNESOTA ) (Ss. COUNTY OF ) The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this 2019, by , the a Minnesota Notary Public DRAFTED BY: CAMPBELL, KNUTSON Professional Association Grand Oak Office Center I 860 Blue Gentian Road, Suite 290 Eagan, Minnesota 55121 Telephone: (651) 452-5000 JJJ [print name] [title] day of of on behalf of the entity. 19 202907v2 IRREVOCABLE LETTER OF CREDIT No. Date: TO: City of Monticello 505 Walnut Street Monticello, Minnesota 55362 Dear Sir or Madam: We hereby issue, for the account of (Name of Developer) and in your favor, our Irrevocable Letter of Credit in the amount of $ , available to you by your draft drawn on sight on the undersigned bank. The draft must: a) Bear the clause, "Drawn under Letter of Credit No. , dated , 2 , of (Name of Bank) "; b) Be signed by the Mayor or City Administrator of the City of Monticello. c) Be presented for payment at (Address of Bank) , on or before 4:00 p.m. on November 30, 2007. This Letter of Credit shall automatically renew for successive one-year terms unless, at least forty-five (45) days prior to the next annual renewal date (which shall be November 30 of each year), the Bank delivers written notice to the Monticello City Administrator that it intends to modify the terms of, or cancel, this Letter of Credit. Written notice is effective if sent by certified mail, postage prepaid, and deposited in the U.S. Mail, at least forty-five (45) days prior to the next annual renewal date addressed as follows: Monticello City Administrator, Monticello City Hall, 505 Walnut Street, Monticello, MN 55362, and is actually received by the City Administrator at least thirty (30) days prior to the renewal date. This Letter of Credit sets forth in full our understanding which shall not in any way be modified, amended, amplified, or limited by reference to any document, instrument, or agreement, whether or not referred to herein. This Letter of Credit is not assignable. This is not a Notation Letter of Credit. More than one draw may be made under this Letter of Credit. This Letter of Credit shall be governed by the most recent revision of the Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits, International Chamber of Commerce Publication No. 600. We hereby agree that a draft drawn under and in compliance with this Letter of Credit shall be duly honored upon presentation. mm Its 20 2o29o7v2 SUMMARY OF EXPENSES/FINANCE PLAN Single Phase July 16th, 2019 v2 Total Acres in Development Total Acres in Phase Total Units in Development Total Units in Phase 0.97 gross 1.00 net 0.97 gross 1.00 net 1 Commercial Trunk Area Charges City Fee ( General overhead and Admin) 2.00% Acreage Acres or Credits Net Notes incl. above Charge Units Assessment incl. above Road Reconstruction Engineering and Inspection Inspector /Engineer cost reconciled at project completion Sanitary Sewer (gross acres) $3,730 0.97 $3,618.10 2019 non-residential rate; paid at prevailing rate at time of platting Watermain (gross acres) $2,758 0.97 $2,675.26 2019 non-residential rate; paid at prevailing rate at time of platting Storm Sewer (net acres, base fee) $3,985 0.97 $3,865.45 2019 rate; paid at previling rate at time of platting Storm Sewer (net acres, alternate ponding fee) $9,185 0.97 -W-1 $8,909.45 2019 commercial rate; paid at prevailing rate at time of platting Total amount to Assess I I I $19,068.26 1 Per Lot Assessment based on (1) units I I 1 1 $19,068.26 1 Required at building permit or assessed City Fees/Deposit City Fee ( General overhead and Admin) 2.00% $2,000.00 Actual; cost reconciled at project completion Legal 2.00% incl. above Actual; cost reconciled at project completion Planning 2.00% incl. above Actual; cost reconciled at project completion Engineering and Inspection Inspector /Engineer cost reconciled at project completion Grading, Restoration & 3.00% PROVIDE $ Percentage of estimated cost or $2,000, whichever is greater Erosion & Sediment Control Inspection Streets and Utilities Review & Inspection 4.00% NA Percentage of estimated public improvement cost or $2,000 GPS Locate $60 #units Actual; cost reconciled at project completion Total City Fees Improvement Construction Costs (Used to Calculate City Fees/Escrows/Securities) Notes Sanitary Sewer NA Watermain NA Storm Sewer NA Roads, Driveways and Sidewalks/Trails NA Lighting, Street Signage, Mailboxes NA Lot Corners/Iron Monuments $300 #units $300 Total Construction Cost for the purpose of calculating LOC C $425.00 1 Required at time of platting Maximum allowable reduction prior to acceptance and bond 90.00%1 ADDITIONAL REQUIRED LETTERS OF CREDIT Landscaping PROVIDE $ Value of landscaping x 125%/Required at building permit Prairie Restoration NA Tree Preservation NA Surety for plans to specifications/restoration/Required at grading or Grading $3,000 1 $3,000 building permit OC City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 2J. Consideration to table action on a request for Conditional Use Permit for a 92 unit Multi-familv/Assisted Living Facilitv in the R-4 (Medium -High Densitv Residence) District. Aunlicant: Monticello Senior Housing Owner, LLC — Michael Honbem (AS) Property: Legal: Lot 1, Block 2, Riverview Square Address: Unassigned Planning Case Number: 2019-010 Deadline for Decision: May 31, 2019, extended to July 30th, 2019 — applicant has requested extension to August, 2019 A. REFERENCE & BACKGROUND The City Council reviewed the conditional use permit request on June 24. At that time, it was determined that a variance to the height standards for the Mississippi Wild Scenic and Recreational River overly district was required. Action on the CUP was tabled to the July 22, 2019 meeting of the City Council. Monticello Senior Housing applied for variance from the required 25' height standard to 35' in height for the proposed building. The public hearing on the variance was held on July 15, 2019. The Planning Commission, acting as the Board of Adjustment and Appeals, approved the variance 3-1. Decisions of the Board of Adjustment on variance requests are final unless an appeal to the decision is filed. The city must allow ten business days for filing of an appeal of the decision (July 29, 2019). An appeal would be heard by the City Council on August 12, 2019. As such, Monticello Senior Housing has requested tabling of action on the Conditional Use Permit to allow for the variance appeal process to conclude. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS 1. Motion to table action on the requested conditional use permit to allow an assisted living facility in an R-4 District to the City Council meeting of August 12, 2019, as requested by the applicant. 2. Motion of other. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends tabling the request pursuant to the process for variance review and at the request of the applicant. D. SUPPORTING DATA A. Request to Table Action, Monticello Senior Housing, LLC B. Link to Staff Report, June 24th, 2019 HEADWATERS —DEVELOPMENT— July 10, 2019 City of Monticello 505 Walnut Street Suite 1 Monticello, MN 55362 Re: Land Use Application for Conditional Use Permit PID# 155-117-002010 /Planning File: 2019-010 This letter is to officially request tabling the required action by City Council during the July 22, 2019 Council meeting. Headwaters Development kindly requests an extension to City Council's action for up to another 35 days beyond the July 22nd meeting (August 26, 2019). We kindly request your confirmation that this letter has been received and the request has been granted. Sincerely, Mic ael J. agberg� Managing Member Headwaters Development, LLC MHoa2ber2Caheadwatersdevelonment.biz City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 2K. Consideration of approving a revised easement agreement in the amount of $5.537 with Realtv Income (Speedwav) for the 2018 Pedestrian Improvement vroiect. Citv Proiect 18CO01 (ML) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: A draft easement agreement with Realty Income Properties (Speedway) was presented to the City Council on May 28, 2019, for the acquisition of permanent and temporary easements needed for construction of the Oakwood Drive sidewalk extension. At that time, Council approved compensation of $1,927.86 for 3,795 sf of temporary construction easement. Since that time, Realty Income has requested the city offer them fair market value for the 791 square feet of permanent sidewalk easement. Previously, they had agreed to donate the easement in lieu of the city waiving any special assessments for the sidewalk. Staff has negotiated compensation of $5,537 for 791 sf of permanent sidewalk easement at $7/square foot based on county land value, recent sales and what commercial properties in the area are being marketed at. Realty Income continues to stand firm on their position to not contribute to the cost of the sidewalk in order to grant the easement. In order to complete the project this year, it is recommended that Council approve the enclosed agreement with the above described terms. At this time, the contractor for the 2018 Pedestrian Improvement project is willing to work with the city to complete the project this year. Al. Budget Impact: The compensation to Realty Income for the permanent easement is $5,537 and is to be funded by capital improvement funds. The estimated construction cost for the Oakwood Drive sidewalk is $64,000. Total Project Cost Design and Construction Engineering $150,000 Construction Contract $435,000 Property Acquisition $15,000 Project Total $600,000 A2. Staff Workload Impact: City staff and WSB have worked with the property owners to execute the agreement. A3. Strategic Plan Impact: The completion of the proposed pathway system segments is in direct support of the Strategic Plan goal for "Creating and Preserving Sustainable Livability", which is cited as a primary objective for the development of a more walkable and bikeable community. Further, the completion of pathway connections supports the Strategic Plan goal to "Strengthen Monticello's Image as a Destination". B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: 1. Consideration of approving an easement agreement with Realty Income for the 2018 Pedestrian Improvement project, City Project 18C001. 2. Motion to deny at this time. City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends Alternative No. 1. D. SUPPORTING DATA: • Realty Income Properties (Speedway) Easement Agreement (Reserved for recording) GRANT OF PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY EASEMENT REALTY INCOME PROPERIUS 3, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, "Grantor", in consideration of Five -Thousand Five Hundred Thirty Seven and 0/100ths Dollars ($5,537) for the permanent easement and One -Thousand Nine Hundred Twenty Seven and 86/100ths Dollars ($1,927.86) for the temporary construction easement and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, does hereby grant unto the CITY OF MONTICELLO, a municipal corporation organized under the laws of the State of Minnesota, Grantee, hereinafter referred to as the "City", its successors and assigns, 1. A permanent easement for public sidewalk purposes over, on, across, under and through the land situated in the County of Wright, State of Minnesota, as legally described on the attached Exhibit "A" and depicted on the attached Exhibit "B" (the "Permanent Easement Area"), including the rights of the City, its contractors, agents, servants, and assigns, to enter upon the Permanent Easement Area at all reasonable times to construct, reconstruct, inspect, repair, and maintain said public sidewalk over, across, on, under, and through the Permanent Easement Area, together with the right to grade, level, fill, drain, pave, and excavate the 2006360 1 Permanent Easement Area, and the further right to remove trees, bushes, undergrowth, and other obstructions interfering with the location, construction, and maintenance of said public sidewalk. The City and Grantor agree to the following conditions to the Grant of Permanent Easement: 1) The City will, at its cost, construct the public sidewalk located within the Permanent Easement Area. 2) The City will not levy special assessments to the subject property for construction of the public sidewalk located within the Permanent Easement Area. 2. A temporary construction easement over, across, on, under and through the land situated in the County of Wright, State of Minnesota, as legally described on the attached Exhibit "A" and depicted on the attached Exhibit "B" (the "Temporary Easement Area"). To have and to hold the same, unto the City, its contractors, agents, servants and assigns, commencing upon the execution of this document and expiring October 1, 2019 together with the right of ingress to and egress from the Temporary Easement Area, for the purpose of constructing, reconstructing, inspecting, repairing, and maintaining the property of the City, at the will of the City, its successors and assigns. Grantor hereby grants the uses herein specified without divesting itself of the right to use and enjoy the above described Temporary Easement Area, subject only to the right of the City to use the same for the purposes herein expressed. The City and Grantor agree to the following conditions to the Grant of Temporary Construction Easement. 1) City will construct the Facilities in a good and workmanlike manner, and will keep the Facilities in good maintenance and repair at its sole cost and expense. 2) City will give written notice to Grantor at least 10 days before beginning any work in the Temporary Easement Area, which notice will specify the work to be performed and a date when the work will be completed. City will use its best efforts to complete the work by that date. 2006360 2 3) Unless otherwise agreed in writing, within 90 days after City completes any work in the Temporary Easement Area, City will restore the Temporary Easement Area to the same or better condition as it was in before City began the work and to a safe condition, and will remove all of its equipment, tools, trash and debris from the Temporary Easement Area. 4) Unless otherwise agreed in writing, City will not move, remove or demolish any of Grantor's signs, located within the Temporary Easement Area, the access drives, curbing or , other improvements will not be disturbed except where needed to construct the sidewalk, pedestrian ramp and appurtenant work. 5) City will separate by cones or other appropriate construction safety barriers ("cone off') the Temporary Easement Area while City performs any work in the Temporary Easement Area. 6) City will perform all work in such a manner so as to not unduly disrupt the operation of the convenience store on Grantor's property. City will "cone off' no more than 4 parking stalls at any one time. Regarding the two accesses drives from Oakwood Drive consisting of the westerly Grantor's shared access drive with McDonalds (100 Oakwood Drive) and the easterly Grantor's access drive, City will not perform work on both access drives at the same time to allow for one full access open at all times. In addition, when work is occurring on the westerly shared access drive, one lane will remain open at all for vehicular traffic to McDonalds. 7) City will not park on or store, except during construction operations, any construction vehicles, equipment or materials within the Temporary Easement Area or on Grantor's abutting property. 8) If any damage occurs to Grantor's property or any improvements thereon arising out of, related to, or as a consequence of any of City's work in the Temporary Easement Area, Grantor promptly will notify City in writing of the damage. Unless otherwise agreed by the parties, City will repair the damage (or commence and diligently pursue repairing the damage) within 30 days after receipt of Grantor's notice. 9) If City defaults under any provision of the temporary easement agreement, in addition to any other remedies available in law or equity, Grantor will be entitled to: 1) terminate this temporary easement on written notice; 2) obtain specific performance or any other appropriate equitable relief against City; and/or 3) in the case of incomplete repairs, Grantor may complete the necessary repairs, and City promptly will pay Grantor for the actual cost of the repairs plus 20% for overhead costs and expenses. 10) City will hold harmless and indemnify Grantor, its lessees, licensees, employees, agents, contractors and assigns, and each of their lessees, licensees, employees, agents, contractors and assigns, against any and all claims, liabilities and costs (including, but not limited to reasonable attorney's fees) for injuries to any person and damage to any property arising out 2006360 3 of, in connection with, or as a result or consequence of City's work in and/or use of the Temporary Easement Area. The above named Grantor, for itself, its successors and assigns, does covenant with the City, its successors and assigns, that it is well seized in fee title of the above described Permanent Easement Area and Temporary Easement Area; that it has the sole right to grant and convey the easements to the City; that there are no unrecorded interests in the Permanent Easement Area; that there are no unrecorded interests in the Temporary Easement Area; and that it will indemnify and hold the City harmless for any breach of the foregoing covenants. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the Grantor hereto has signed this document this day of , 2019. GRANTOR: REALTY INCOME PROPERTIES 3, LLC Its STATE OF MINNESOTA ) )ss. COUNTY OF ) The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this day of 2019, by I the of Realty Income Properties 3, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, on behalf of said limited liability company. Notary Public THIS INSTRUMENT WAS DRAFTED BY: CAMPBELL YQ U SON Professional Association Grand Oak Office Center I 860 Blue Gentian Road, Suite 290 Eagan, Minnesota 55121 Telephone: (651) 452-5000 JJJ/smt 2006360 4 EXHIBIT "A" TO GRANT OF PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY EASEMENT Permanent Easement Description A permanent easement for sidewalk purposes over, under, and across that part of Lot 3, Block 1, Monticello I-94 Tri Plaza, as is on file and of record in the Office of the County Recorder, Wright County, Minnesota, said permanent easement is described as follows: Commencing at the westerly most corner of said Lot 3; thence South 48 degrees 23 minutes 23 seconds East; assumed bearing along the southwesterly line thereof, 37.98 feet to the point of beginning of said easement to be hereinafter described; thence North 41 degrees 36 minutes 37 seconds East, perpendicular to said southwesterly line 6.01 feet; thence South 48 degrees 19 minutes 41 seconds East, 59.09 feet; thence South 39 degrees 40 minutes 14 seconds East, 19.97 feet; thence South 48 degrees 18 minutes 38 seconds East, 8.94 feet; thence South 56 degrees 56 minutes 08 seconds East, 20.00 feet; thence South 48 degrees 18 minutes 38 seconds East, 28.41 feet; thence South 61 degrees 49 minutes 35 seconds West, 6.22 feet to said southwesterly line; thence North 48 degrees 23 minutes 23 seconds West, along said southwesterly line, 133.81. feet to the point of beginning, and there terminating. A permanent easement for sidewalk purposes over, under, and across that part of Lot 3, Block 1, Monticello I-94 Tri Plaza, as is on file and of record in the Office of the County Recorder, Wright County, Minnesota, said permanent easement is described as follows: Beginning at the southerly most corner of said Lot 3; thence North 33 degrees 27 minutes 22 seconds East, assumed bearing along the southeasterly line thereof, 6.73 feet; thence North 52 degrees 18 minutes 31 seconds West, 13.48 feet; thence South 12 degrees 16 minutes 28 seconds West, 6.58 feet to the southwesterly line of said Lot 3; thence South 48 degrees 23 minutes 23 seconds East, along said southwesterly line, 11.18 feet to the point of beginning, and there terminating. Temporary Easement Description A temporary easement for construction purposes over, under, and across that part of Lot 3, Block 1, Monticello I-94 Tri Plaza, as is on file and of record in the Office of the County Recorder, Wright County, Minnesota, said temporary easement is described as follows: The southwesterly 20 feet of said Lot 3 2006360 5 EXCEPT Commencing at the westerly most corner of said Lot 3; thence South 48 degrees 23 minutes 23 seconds East, assumed bearing along the southwesterly line thereof, 37.98 feet to the - point of beginning of said easement to be hereinafter described; thence North 41 degrees 36 minutes 37 seconds East, perpendicular to said southwesterly line 6.01 feet; thence South 48 degrees 19 minutes 41 seconds East, 59.09 feet; thence South 39 degrees 40 minutes 14 seconds East, 19.97 feet; thence, South 48 degrees 18 minutes 38 seconds East, 8.94 feet; thence South 56 degrees 56 minutes 08 seconds East, 20.00 feet; thence South 48 degrees 18 minutes 38 seconds East, 28.41 feet; thence South 61 degrees 49 minutes 35 seconds West, 6.22 feet to said southwesterly line; thence North 48 degrees 23 minutes 23 seconds West, along said southwesterly line, 133.81 feet to the point of beginning, and there terminating. ALSO EXCEPTING Beginning at the southerly most corner of said Lot 3; thence North 33 degrees 27 minutes 22 seconds East, assumed bearing along the southeasterly line thereof, 6.73 feet; thence North 52 degrees 18 minutes 31 seconds West, 13.48 feet; thence South 12 degrees 16 minutes 28 seconds West, 6.58 feet to the southwesterly line of said Lot 3; thence South 48 degrees 23 minutes 23 seconds East, along said southwesterly line, 11.18 feet to the point of beginning, and there terminating. 2006360 6 EXHIBIT "B'9 TO GRANT OF PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY EASEMENT Bea L :03-h—HER LQT2 TEMPORAW COWT&ffrMl EAMMKTU F ,T "'Ely-, Oakwood SidewMk Exbmskn -------------------- a. Easemeit Exl&-.R 2 ti Parcd Ws C-4 of Mciruftdoi. Minnesota 2006360 �dl A W-1 616WMMM9 wpm pff:- pl�el NtL C-4 ce--1 LESSEE'S CONSENT TO GRANT OF PERMANENT EASEMENT NORTFIERN TIER DETAIL LLC. a Delzmpare limited liability company, w -hick has a leaseholder's interest in all or part oi'thc: property more particularly described in the foregoing Grant cif "ernifanent Easement pursuant to that certain Leas: with FEALTY INCOME PROPERTIES 3, LLC, dated December 1. 2010 and recorded December 14, 2010 as DocUrnent No. A 1164,466 with the ol`lice of` the Count Recorder for Wright County. Minnesota. for• good and valuable consid ration, the receipt and sufficiency oi� which is hereby acknowledued, does hereby join in, consents to. and is subject (o the loreo oing Grant of Pc=millnent and "rempurary Easement. NORTHERPJ ER KET, L LLC w r y� B:_/� f: N4atd1e%%VL Y er Its: Preside4t rATE OF Olx4 0 � ss. COLI-Kryol:d a4l(, �me f ore goin T instrument was acknoid ed bee' re me this C� � 1� � t, 2019, by 4167cg iew Lt. od � i of Northern Tier Retail LLC. a Delaware liability company, on behalf of staid limited liability company. Xw a,-, (",/V, NOTARY PUBLIC~ 11 1IS Ws'rRU1W1ENT WAS DRAFTED BY: !'rr���ss�i�lru! r�ssrrcitrti��tt C'Mand 0,ak Office Center I 860 Blue Gentian Etched, Suite 290 rAlgan. N innc:sow 55 121 Y .I'dephow: (651) 452-5,000 JJJ -St111 .201MO(ty SIAL +sem •..,., LEE A �• ` �! + r.,. tis _ • STK,'-- DigOHIO till r • . . - ''` '' Coy +-i. Expires .a- `Sepie4"y1ber 01 2020 '• 'ice ��''� ""� �.,,,I,� �•...�.........�,,..•• kecorded ih Clark County day of the limited City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 2L. Consideration of approving Change Order #1 to Michels Corporation contract to install FiberNet facilities at the Featherstone 4t' Addition development in an amount uv to $31,115 (ML/RM) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: City Council is asked to consider authorization of extending fiber optic services into the 24 -unit Featherstone 4th Addition development currently under construction. A "joint trench" process is used for installing small utilities such as gas, electric and telecommunications into one trench within the platted drainage and utility easement per city design standards and has been implemented with previous new residential developments. Xcel Energy and the developers engineer leads the effort in contacting and compiling the designs of these systems into one joint trench. A single contractor is employed by Xcel to install these facilities. Joint trench installation reduces the cost because it is a "dig once" approach where all participants share the cost of excavation and coordination of utilities is simplified because it is orchestrated by one company. Michel's, working under a contract with Xcel is the only company Xcel contracts for this work and therefore the only company that can install the fiber optic system under the joint trench program. City staff worked with Arvig to draft a set of specifications and layout for the Fibernet system in Featherstone 4th. Due to the similar nature of the Featherstone and Carlisle projects, it is proposed to change order the additional quantities of Featherstone into the Carlisle contract for the same unit prices. The estimated cost is $29,165 using the same unit prices. In addition to adding Featherstone 4th to the contract, Arvig determined that it is necessary to add ground rods for all vaults and pedestals at Carlisle 6th and Featherstone 4th. The cost to furnish and install the ground rods is $50 each for a total cost of $1,950. Al. Budget Impact: The estimated cost to install the complete FiberNet system to serve the Featherstone 4th Addition development is $29,165 and an additional $1,950 for ground rods at both developments. Arvig estimates that they will spend $4,200 in engineering and plant costs for a total cost of $35,315. A2. Staff Workload Impact: Arvig staff will be responsible for managing and monitoring the installation process. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: 1. Motion to approve Change Order #1 for Michels Corporation to install FiberNet facilities at the Featherstone 4th Addition development in an amount up to $31,115. 2. Motion to deny authorization to Michels Corporation to install FiberNet facilities at the Featherstone 4th Addition Development. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends alternate #1. D. SUPPORTING DATA: A. Michels quote B. Agenda report from 6-10-2019 Ca��;yl�e U;Ilay�. Item Item No. 1 FURNISH AND INSTALL 1-1/4" DUCT SDR 13.5 2 FURNISH AND INSTALL 2" DUCT SDR 13 5 3 PULL Cable and tracer wire through existing duct 4 FURNISH AND INSTALL 12 STRAND FIBER 5 FURNISH AND INSTALL 24 STRAND FIBER 6 FURNISH AND INSTALL 48 STRAND FIBER 7 FURNISH AND INSTALL 72 STRAND FIBER 8 FURNISH AND INSTALL 96 STRAND FIBER 9 SPLICING 10 CONNECT INTO EXISTING PEDESTAL/VAULT 11 FURNISH AND INSTALL FIBER PEDESTAL 12 FURNISH AND INSTALL MULTIPORT TERMINAL G PORT 13 FURNISH AND INSTALL 30X48x3O VAULT 14 RESTORATION PROJECT DESCRIPTION Work to be performed shall include Completion of installation of Fibernet facilities Providing all necessary erosion control and restoration. PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS The following specifications shall govern this project according to the following order Fibemet Facility Installation Bid Specification City of Monticello General Specifications and Standard Detail Plates April 2017 Standard General Conditions of the Construction Contract (EJCDC) MnDOT Standard Specifications for Highway Construction (2018 Edition) Work shall be completed as follows - No work shall ccmmence prior to a notice to proceed by the City 64h Gha4e �-17-Iq FIBFR%LT FU 11 iTY INST- LIATWN Wit Alit U 1Rt ISI E 6th DL• VF LOPt1E %1 Units Quantity Unit Price Total Price LF 5,000 $ LF 1.000 5_ �O[ $ t LF 300 $ IIoJ $ '315-10 LF 200 $ t 5 5 3/0to' LF 300 f, b b 5 4981`" LF 1250 $_ t $ _ �� 50 $� r LF 1,OOD $ �'CG $ ar000,ou LF 300 �} $ R t 16 t?il $_ EA 300 $ _� a /nt� $ 15 r 3 Vo 10 EA 2 $ J500 e $ 300, 0 EA 23 £� $ 17 St u Il $ EA 16 En z v �j tc $ r $ J.U3 £to �1� LS 1.00 $ GRAND TOTAL: $ $:r r S� a pwo� P5o.0n /Ww 10+4 I Std, 1d9, so JWage 616•Ftemet CueteauA PROPOSAL FCR?d x,a, St(yy�f� ti{ � / rFIBERNETFACILITYINSTALLATION one I FOR THE Featherstone 4th DEVELOPMENT Item No. item Units Quantity Unit Price Total Price 1 FURNISH AND INSTALL 1-1/4" SDR 3,05 �j(� -1 DUCT 13.5 LF 21600 $ ,UJ $ / FURNISH 3foD 30���, 2 AND INSTALL 2" DUCT SDR 13.5 LF 1,000 $ $ PULL Cable tracer duct �' "� 0- 3 and wire through existing LF 0 $ $ 4 FURNISH AND INSTALL 12 STRAND FIBER LF 0 $ I �J $ U 5 FURNISH AND INSTALL 24 STRAND FIBER LF 0 $ �s $ V FURNISH 1, F3 q.759,"' 6 AND INSTALL 48 STRAND FIBER LF 2,600 $ $ ,759,' 7 FURNISH AND INSTALL 72 STRAND FIBER LF 1,000 $ �t V U d $t 000" Z 14 0 8 FURNISH AND INSTALL 96 STRAND FIBER LF 0 $ $ 9 SPLICING S1.00 j 783, no EA 133 $ $ 10 CONNECT INTO EXISTING PEDESTAL/VAULT 150110 150,10 EA 1 $ 11 11{} �J �} ! runrvun mNu INS ir-«L rmcr% rt0E5TAL 1:3 C(. J 12 FURNISH AND aC INSTALL MULTI PORT TERMINAL 6 PORT EA 0 $ $ V 13 FURNISH AND INSTALL 30X48x3O VAULT �0 ),969.00 EA 1 $ !I l0� $ 14 RESTORATION LS 0.00 $ U $ GRANDTOTAL: $ �6s1 06 PROJECT DESCRIPTION Work to be performed shall include: - Completion of installation of Fibernet facilities - Providing all necessary erosion control and restoration. PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS The following specifications shall govern this project according to the following order: Fibernet Facility Installation Bid Specification City of Monticello General Specifications and Standard Detail Plates April 2017 Standard General Conditions of the Construction Contract (EJCDC) MnDOT Standard Specifications for Highway Construction (2018 Edition) Work shall be completed as follows: - No work shall commence prior to a notice to proceed by the City. C:IUserslbgordonlAppDataYLocaAMicrosoft4Wmdows4Temporary tntemet Ff eslConfenf.Ouf1ookIUC3YAJK3l4A PROPOSAL FORM (1) (002) City Council Agenda: 06/10/2019 2I. Consideration of Authorizing Michels Corporation to install FiberNet Facilities in Carlisle 6th Addition Development in the amount up to $56,919.50 (ML/RM) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: City Council is asked to consider authorization of extending fiber optic services into the 73 -unit Carlisle 6th Addition townhome development currently under construction. A "joint trench" process is used for installing small utilities such as gas, electric and telecommunications into one trench within the platted drainage and utility easement per city design standards and has been implemented with previous new residential developments. Xcel Energy and the developers engineer leads the effort in contacting and compiling the designs of these systems into one joint trench. A single contractor is employed by Xcel to install these facilities. Joint trench installation reduces the cost because it is a "dig once" approach where all participants share the cost of excavation and coordination of utilities is simplified because it is orchestrated by one company. Michel's, working under a contract with Xcel is the only company Xcel contracts for this work and therefore the only company that can install the fiber optic system under the joint trench program. City staff worked with Arvig to draft a set of specifications and layout for the Fibernet system in Carlisle 6th Addition. A total of 3 quotes were received to install Fibernet Services in Carlisle 6th ranging from $56,919.50 to $97,096.94. The low bid was from Michels Corporation in the amount of $56,919.50. Al. Budget Impact: The estimated cost to install the complete FiberNet system to serve the Carlisle 6th Addition development is $56,919.50. Arvig estimates that they will spend $4,200 in engineering and plant costs for a total cost of $61,119.50. A2. Staff Workload Impact: Arvig staff will be responsible for managing and monitoring the installation process. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: 1. Motion to authorize Michels Corporation to install FiberNet facilities in Carlisle 6th Addition Development in the amount up to $56,919.50. 2. Motion to deny authorization to Michels Corporation to install FiberNet facilities in Carlisle 6th Addition Development. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends alternate #1. D. SUPPORTING DATA: 0 Quotes City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 2M. Consideration of approving a memorandum of understanding between the Citv of Monticello and Wright Countv for the installation and maintenance of a pedestrian activated flasher system on Countv State Aid Highwav 75 at Washington Street. (ML) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: On February 25, 2019 the Council authorized the preparation of an engineering study as well as construction plans and specifications for pedestrian safety improvements at the intersection of County State Aid Highway 75 also known as Broadway Avenue and Washington Street. It is recommended to increase pedestrian safety for crossing Broadway Avenue that the existing pedestrian activated flasher be replaced with a three - pole rectangular rapid flash beacon system. A pedestrian refuge island along with a corresponding flashing beacon would also be installed. In accordance with the county's Cost Participation Policy the county will share in the initial cost of the material/installation at a 50% cost for the RRFB system. The RRFB system is expected to cost approximately $12,500 with the county's share being $6,250. Future maintenance costs will be shared 50% with the county and the city. Al. Budget Impact: The project will be funded from the Capital Project Fund. The 2019 budget included $27,000 for this project. Based on the quotes received the construction cost will be approximately $67,000. With the $6,250 from this agreement an additional $33,750 is needed to fully fund construction. A2. Staff Workload Impact: Staff impacts are expected to be minimal. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: 1. Motion to approve the memorandum of understanding between the City of Monticello and Wright County the installation and maintenance of a pedestrian activated flasher system on County State Aid Highway 75 at Washington Street. 2. Motion to deny memorandum of understanding. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: City staff recommends the City Council approve the agreement with Wright County as outlined in Alternative # 1. D. SUPPORTING DATA: • Copy of the Wright County Memorandum of Understanding. JtaT v o'v U8Z MEMO OF UNDERSTANDING FOR INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF PUSH BUTTON RECTANGULAR RAPID FLASH BEACON (RRFB) SYSTEM ON County State Aid Highway (CSAH) 75 @ Washington St. in the d C City of Monticello, MN ?7 dy Between: the City of Monticello, hereafter called the "City", and Wright County the County of Wright, hereafter called the "County", Highway Department 3600 Braddock Ave NE WHEREAS; Buffalo, MN 55313 The City and County have recently discussed the desire to enhance the crosswalk located at Ph: (763)682-7383 CSAH 75 and Washington St. Fax: (763)682-7313 VIRGIL HAWKINS, P.E. The City has requested to install a pedestrian activated Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacon (RRFB) Highway Engineer warning system at the above referenced crossing. CHAD HAUSMANN, P.E. Assistant Highway Engr. IT IS HEREBY AGREED AND MUTUALLY UNDERSTOOD THAT; STEVE MEYER 1. The City will provide specifications, obtain cost proposals, inspect and observe the Maintenance Superintendent installation of the RRFB system. The City will initiate the coordination & installation of these systems after this signed memo of understanding is received by the County from the JEREMY CARLSON, P.L.S. City. Right -of -Way Agent 2, The marked crosswalk located at CSAH 75 and Washington St. is considered an authorized SARA BUERMANN, P.E. marked crosswalk and is subject to the Wright County Marked Crosswalk Policy, amended Traffic Engineer March 27, 2018. 3. In accordance with the County's Cost Participation Policy, adopted May 6, 2014; the County will share in the initial cost of the material/installation at a 50% cost for the RRFB system. The pedestrian activated RRFB will be solar powered and it is estimated that the cost of the system will be approximately $12,500. The County will participate in 50% of the initial cost, estimated to be $6,250 for the County's share and the City will participate in 50% of the initial cost, estimated to be $6,250. 4. In accordance with the County's Cost Participation Policy, the County will share future maintenance cost at 50%, with the City sharing equally at 50% maintenance cost. 5. No work described herein will begin until this Memo of Understanding has been signed by all parties. 6. Upon completion, the pedestrian activated RRFB systems shall become property of the City which includes sole responsibility for maintenance (subject to reimbursement by the County of 50% of future maintenance costs). For the City: Matt Leonard, P.E., Monticello City Engineer For the County: Virgil Hawkins, P.E., Wright County Engineer An Equal Opportunity Employer Date Date City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 2N. Consideration of authorizing advertisement of bids to reulace the Monticello Communitv Center waterslide. (AM) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: City Council is being asked to consider authorizing advertisement of bids to replace the Monticello Community Center large waterslide. The projected cost of the waterslide replacement is $150,000. Since the estimate is over $100,000, sealed bids are required to be solicited by public advertising per municipal bidding laws. It is anticipated to bid the project in August and have the replacement completed this fall. Al. Budget Impact: The 2019 MCC capital budget includes $150,000 for the waterslide replacement. A2. Staff Workload Impact: Staff will work with USAquatics to develop the bid documents and manage the bid process. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: 1. Motion to authorize advertisement of bids to replace the Monticello Community Center waterslide. 2. Motion to deny at this time. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: City staff recommends Alternative 1. D. SUPPORTING DATA: • Bid Drawings 1 1 5 i COMMUNITY CENTER WATERSLIDE REPLACEMENT SCOPE OF WORK: • REMOVE AND REPLACE EXISTING WATERSLIDE • REUSE WATERSLIDE COLUMNS AND SUPPORTS WHEN POSSIBLE • REUSE FOUNDATIONS AND ANCHORS • WATERSLIDE SHALL ADHERE TO ASTM F2476 AND MINNESOTA CODE • LIMIT MODIFICATIONS TO GUARDRAILS • REPLACE WATERSLIDE GRABRAIL ABOVE START TUB SCOPE OF WORK 1 01 N.T.S. WS0.0 Project No.: MON19FO19 Date: 07-15-2019 Issued For: BID SET No. Date REVISIONS Description 2 N Ln V 1-n d c 0 � G� o �j z 0C d L rqV) w� Los Q O LTJ U H Z O REGISTRATION Professional Engineer I hereby certify that this plan, specification, or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed Professional Engineer unde�te-laws the state of Minnesota. Signature: Typed or Printed Name: DANIEL ROSEMAN Date: 7-15-19 License Number: 56890 SHEET TITLE COVER SHEET AND SCOPE SHEET NUMBER W x � S000 X0 Z 4� 0 i tz m-- d W A A - Tom.. - T _ -�_ •y� . .... - -` _ _. Al ■ A m a A EXISTING WATERSLIDE ELEVATION 1 01 3/8" = V-0" WS1.1 Project No.: MON19FO19 Date: 07-15-2019 Issued For: BID SET REVISIONS No. Date Description V 70; 66J 0 C7 z J t!] 0 J U Q Q REGISTRATION Professional Engineer I hereby certify that this plan, specification, or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed Professional Engineer under the state of Minnesota. Signature: – — Typed or Printed Name: DANIEL ROSEMAN Date: 7-15-19 License Number: 56890 SHEET TITLE EXISTING WATERSLIDE ELEVATION SHEET NUMBER `0�7 W x S1 ■ I C C r ----- -------- -- ------- � � 11 e. WALK CLEARANCE C/ L -L -L- L -L -L -V / L1—LLL LLLLLL / LL L LLLLLL / LLLLL LLL LLL LL LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL / LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL / LLLLLLLLLLLLL LLL / 24"0 PEDESTAL / TOC ELEV = 0'-8 2 / cn / TOP OF DECK @ PERIMETER ELEV = 0'-1 %" / m sz, / - 24"0 PEDESTAL TOP OF TUBE TOC ELEV = I'- 17/8" ELEV –0-0%2� c "'lllllli� �' ❑ n 10'-75/6" TOP OF PLATFORM ELEV = 22'-7J/4"— TOP 2'-7%4"— TOP OF DECK @ WALL ELEV = G-3 3/4" 151-411 24"0 PEDESTAL TOC ELEV = 1'- 1 7/8' 51-913/6' — O N ♦ 1 2'- 1031, C;,, 0 Ln N ♦ I F� I EXISTING WATERSLIDE LAYOUT PLAN 101 3/8" = 1'-0" WS1.2 Project No.: MON19FO19 Date: 07-15-2019 Issued For: BID SET REVISIONS No. Date Description v ! 00 m 0 r=d G� o U O n U 1-70 U Lrq L-1 Q U' w� U Q u� � as Q � O F --i �W V O REGISTRATION Professional Engineer hereby certify that this plan, specification, or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed Professional Engineer under — the state of Minnesota. Signature: u ----- Typed or Printed Name: DANIEL ROSEMAN Date: 7-15-19 License Number: 56890 SHEET TITLE EXISTING WATERSLIDE LAYOUT PLAN SHEET NUMBER OUTSIDE GUARDRAIL INSIDE GUARDRAIL y r► GUAKDI IL POST PLATE I r N N + m m IXI TILE FLOOR N =-n i� �r a PERP. GUARDRAIL POST a PLATE AT OPENING GUARDRAIL ANGLE EXTERIOR MEMBER i, 11-07/1 6" I I G%4' ' I CAP --\\""r -- 3 THRU HOLES PLATFORM SECTION @ GUARDRAIL 01 3/4" = 1'-0" WS2.0 4'-89/6' HSS GX3X3/6 HSS 2X3X3/6 (2) 3/4" X 9" GRADE 8 HEX BOLT, FLAT WASHER ON EACH SIDE, LOCK WASHER AND NUT. (2) 3/4" X 2 112" GRADE 8 HEX BOLT, FLAT WASHER ON EACH SIDE, LOCK WASHER AND NUT. 35/8 s 'I 1 %2" 10" 5CH40 COLUMN (10 5/,5"0 0. D.)----� PLATFORM SECTION @ GUARDRAIL 01 3/4" = V-0" WS2.0 I X I TILE FLOOR --------- a----------- ° a ° d d ° d ° n 4„ I 15/Q II r 41, VV EXTERIOR MEMBER 8 5CH40 SUPPLY (VERIFY) a d PLATFORM SECTION @ START TUB 02 3/4" = 1'-0" WS2.0 10" SCH40 COLUMN (10 5/g"O O. D.) %4' GUSSET EA. SIDE (2) ARM PLATE — I I li� r G" KICKER PLATE L/� %4" GUSSET EA. SIDE —J 33/4 1Y2 %4" GUSSET EA. SIDE 10" 5CH40 COLUMN (2) ARM PLATE (1 0 5/8"0 O D.) �/s 0 SLOTTED HOLE %4" GUSSET EA. 5IDE- 10" 5CH40 COLUMN (10 5/8"0 O.D.)—� co r 1 0, �II' 130° 6516" 15/1 Gil 7/4u ✓� J 1 Y2" 33/4u 7/(5`0 HOLE (2) ARM PLATE 7/8'0 SLOTTED HOLE I G5/6u /8'0 10LE 15/1 G 7/4 ri i KICKER PLATE %4" GUSSET EA, SIDE PLATFORM SECTION @ GUARDRAIL 01 3/4" = V-0" WS2.0 ° d d d ° 4 a L1 (4) 2 5/8' X 8 3/4' X%411 GUSSET 1 7/8' GROUT (4) 1 " X 3G" A3G ANCHOR WATER LEVEL 0'-0" d Al V POOL WALL @ SLIDE TERMINUS 03 3/4" = 1'-0" WS2.0 All, N L 5CH40 COLUMN 5/a"O O.D.) _ N [-!a - I G"X I G"X I" '► 24"0 CONCRETE PEDESTAL 11-411 Ilk 2" 2" PL 16"X 16"X I " G" G" J' (4) 2 5/8" X 8 3/4" XY411GUSSET O O i o v — 10" SCH40 COLUMN (10 5/8'0 0. D.) (4) 1 %4'0 HOLE PLATFORM SECTION GUARDRAIL 01 3/4" = 1'-0" WS2.0 Project No. Date: Issued For: No. Date MON19FO19 07-15-2019 BID SET REVISIONS Description 2 N m C7 `n 6� 0 r -d C,- chi , 0 p n U 2 00 �c d r Q Z Com] V) r U V N� Y uLL' � as Professional Engineer I hereby certify that this plan, specification, or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed Professional Engineer under �thestate of Minnesota. Signature:-- Typed or Printed Name: DANIEL ROSEMAN Date: 7-15-19 License Number: 56890 SHEET TITLE EXISTING WATERSLIDE DETAILS SHEET NUMBER ■ CI -I CI -2 J QD Z_ Q W CD Z LL- 0 LO Q LU U O Z LL- 0 LO Q q— LL O m ~ 0 O O C9 0� c U SCI -6 L -J Ln =1 O_ ARI DIM :N510 5 TOP OF BASE PLATE CI s \0 0 CI-2,� CI-3� I KI;�KER.DIMEk,,5101\1G C2-1 C2-2 �o s \O 0 O I N C2-5 C2-6 RC2 -7 „ C2 - 00 ((C,2 in = m �o s \O 0 O I N C2-5 C2-6 RC2 -7 „ C2 - Tail O ® O C2-4 C2-5 K I fi iii iu mi iio li i � � � C2 C2-2 C2-3 . )IMENVION'i C2-1 Ln Ln .1 EXISTING WATERSLIDE DETAILS 01 Project No. Date: Issued For: No. Date MON19FO19 07-15-2019 BID SET REVISIONS Description 2 N Gid 0 r1— G chi t 0 O� Z r " LJ L �rqV) U Ur l Q Los Q � Professional Engineer I hereby certify that this plan, specification, or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed Professional Engineer under �thestate of Minnesota. Signature: _ Typed or Printed Name: DANIEL ROSEMAN Date: 7-15-19 License Number: 56890 SHEET TITLE EXISTING WATERSLIDE COLUMN AND SUPPORT ARMS SHEET NUMBER /0000�xW, S 2 ■ 1 in = m cn CV m Tail O ® O C2-4 C2-5 K I fi iii iu mi iio li i � � � C2 C2-2 C2-3 . )IMENVION'i C2-1 Ln Ln .1 EXISTING WATERSLIDE DETAILS 01 Project No. Date: Issued For: No. Date MON19FO19 07-15-2019 BID SET REVISIONS Description 2 N Gid 0 r1— G chi t 0 O� Z r " LJ L �rqV) U Ur l Q Los Q � Professional Engineer I hereby certify that this plan, specification, or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed Professional Engineer under �thestate of Minnesota. Signature: _ Typed or Printed Name: DANIEL ROSEMAN Date: 7-15-19 License Number: 56890 SHEET TITLE EXISTING WATERSLIDE COLUMN AND SUPPORT ARMS SHEET NUMBER /0000�xW, S 2 ■ 1 City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 4A. Consideration to approve a request for Preliminary Plat for Haven Ridge, a 335 Unit Residential Development, including single-familv and townhome unit development. (NAC/AS) P1Ds: 213-100-234101; 213-100-234103; 213-100-242200 Planning Case Number: 2019-020 A. REFERENCE & BACKGROUND Request(s): Comprehensive Plan Amendment to change the guided use of the subject property from "Urban Reserve" to "Places to Live" Rezoning from Agriculture (Township Zoning) to R-1, Single Family Residence District, R -A, Residential Amenities District and PUD, Planned Unit Development Preliminary Plat for a 335 -unit single family and multi- family residential subdivision entitled "Haven Ridge." The subdivision is to be comprised of 260 single family residential lots and 75 townhome lots. At this time, City Council is asked to act only on the preliminary plat. The application requests for Comprehensive Plan amendment, rezoning and rezoning to PUD will be brought forward at the time of consideration of the final plat. At that same time, the petition for annexation of the area within the proposed plat will also be considered by the City Council. Information relating to those decisions is provided in the analysis as background for the preliminary plat consideration. The preliminary plat is conditioned on the decisions for annexation, comprehensive plan amendment and rezoning. Deadline for Decision: August 20th, 2019, extended 60 days to October 19th, 2019. Land Use Designation: "Places to Live" (Re -guided from "Urban Reserve") (Proposed) Zoning Designations: R-1, Single Family Residence District, R -A, Residential City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 (proposed) Amenities District, and PUD, Planned Unit Development (Rezoning from A -O, Agriculture Open Space upon annexation). Overlays/Environmental Regulations Applicable: Current Site Use: Surrounding Land Uses: North: East: South: West: NA Vacant/Undeveloped Single Family Residential Vacant/Agricultural Vacant/Agricultural/Wetlands Single Family Residential/Agricultural Project Description: The applicants propose to develop a single-family and multi -family residential subdivision (Haven Ridge) upon an approximate 213 -acre property located south of 85th Street between Edmonson Avenue and Fenning Avenue. The proposed subdivision is to be comprised of 335 lots. Of these lots, 220 are to be traditional single-family lots, 40 are to be higher amenity single family lots, and 75 are to accommodate townhomes. The PUD zoning designation is necessary for townhome component of the project. The base applicable standards are the R-3 District zoning standards. ANALYSIS: Annexation The property in question is currently located in Monticello Township, part of the Monticello Orderly Annexation Area. The MOAA agreement specifies that property within the MOAA that is contiguous may be annexed upon petition of the property owners, pursuant to a specific process. One of the primary conditions is that the property is served with utilities and available for development, with the expectation that property not ready for development would not be prematurely brought into the City. To ensure that the City does not annex land that cannot sustain development, the property owner proceeds through Preliminary Plat consideration prior to annexation, giving the City the opportunity to identify the conditions under which a particular parcel would be acceptable for annexation and development. Thus, the City conducts 2 City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 the Preliminary Plat and Rezoning hearings to be able to specify land use and ensure that proposed development will be able to meet the requirements of the land use plan and zoning ordinance. These parcels appear to meet the conditions of the MOAA agreement, and are now subject to City review for platting and zoning. The City has notified the Township that a petition has been received and acknowledged for purposes of processing the subject applications. The City will not take action to accept the petition and adopt a resolution for annexation until an application for final plat is received and presented for decision with required documentation. Comprehensive Plan Amendment The subject site is presently guided "Urban Reserve" (see graphic below). The City's Comprehensive Plan anticipates that the community will grow into areas designated as "Urban Reserve" as planned land use areas become fully developed and capacity for future growth is needed. The specific policies of the Comprehensive Plan call for a variety of housing types that respond to changing demographics, and encourage mixed housing styles where appropriate. The Plan notes that higher density housing is most appropriate where there are available private and public services that will facilitate attractive neighborhoods for those residents. At the boundaries of the community, land transitions to rural open space. In these locations, lower densities are appropriate, along with attention to the Plan's direction to integrate natural resources into the developed neighborhoods. Connections to the City's parks and open space system through preservation of access to natural features, and trail connections to existing parks facilities, are encouraged. a n I' 1 1r. r.:.■ as � ice; r ��_. Subject Property._. �..- 3 ten+ Plxe WL" i PIX"WshoR Places [o rden�Ge PIOM WCgmmlrly NiYf bi .. r MtreQ lMe IrgerOB9rl�Plenning,y69 urea+Ram. � Inhaseucaxe =^ RNen aIG 5D— PINK W tan lme twy Vfe9iiQa p4a0on� 8 P.MN Wa6 —MQ Paema areee Y OPok"A Interchange FIWIl Bwge 4%.p F4%M Merial or CollMor Roan *fir PmweeN nm WCONy ROM "� MQMMUuCrtyH wary /,/ OMMAnnn"Ana City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 To accommodate the proposed low-density residential uses, the guided use of the subject 213 -acre site must be changed from "Urban Reserve" to "Places to Live." The "Places to Live" land use category designates areas where housing is intended to be the primary use of land. The emphasis of the category is to help ensure that Monticello offers a full range of housing choices, while preserving and enhancing the quality of neighborhoods. While a decision regarding the proposed land use change is considered a policy matter to be determined by City Officials, Staff feels that low density residential use of the property is compatible with uses which are envisioned in the area. Rezoning The subject site is presently zoned "Agricultural" (under Wright County zoning) and does not make an allowance for urban (sewered) residential development such as that proposed. Approval of the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment will establish a basis to approve the rezoning of the site (to accommodate urban residential uses), pending annexation. The following table lists the three zoning designations which have been requested and the related number of lots proposed within each designation: Zoning Designation R-1, Single Family R -A, Residential Amenities PUD, Planned Unit Development Total Number of Lots 220 40 75 335 The developer previously submitted a Concept Stage PUD proposal to the City. The proposal was reviewed in a joint meeting of the Planning Commission and City Council. Preliminary feedback was provided to the developer at that time. If City Officials are supportive of the requested Comprehensive Plan Amendment, Staff recommends approval of the requested rezoning subject to the following: The applicants provide legal descriptions of the areas to which the proposed three zoning designations are to be applied. 2. The zoning designations take effect concurrent with the City approval of the final plat. Until such time, land remains zoned "A -O", Agriculture Open Space. 3. It should be noted that a Development Stage PUD consideration will be necessary to accommodate the townhouse portion of the project. The R-3 zoning will be used as a baseline district, but PUD would be the ultimate C! City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 zoning designation. Consideration of the PUD would occur at the time the townhouse phase is ready for development. Preliminary Plat Environmental Review. An Environmental Assessment Worksheet requirement was triggered for the proposed project and was completed addressing environmental impacts. The City Council issued a negative declaration of need for an EIS to conclude that process. The EAW identified comments to be addressed with development. The comments have been reviewed in relationship to the application submittals. In addition, the applicant should address any remaining comments of the EAW as an on-going condition. Existing Conditions. The project is occurring on a long-standing agricultural property which includes a farmstead and common appurtenances. The agricultural buildings and improvements, including septic, well, and agricultural fencing, must be removed as a part of the new development. State requirements addressing the removals will be applicable. Phasing. The subject site is to be developed in eight primary phases which correspond to the single family residential and townhome uses. A summary of the various phases is provided below: Phase Single Family Lots Townhome Lots Total 1 28 28 2 53 53 3 22 27 49 4 18 48 66 5 43 43 6 37 37 7 29 29 8 30 30 260 75 335 In the City's subdivision ordinance, a requirement that all of the Preliminary Plat must be final platted into lots and blocks (not outlots) within three years of approval applies. Since this time period expiration would occur long before the likely phasing of this large project, the applicants and the City may agree to extend that period within the terms of the development agreement required for all plats. This extension is an important allowance since the provision of utilities and street improvements necessary to accommodate a project of this size would not typically be feasible without a longer time frame to develop. Streets and Access. Primary access to the subdivision is to be provided from a southernly extension of Fallon Avenue and 85th Street. To be noted is that a 5 City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 realignment of 85th Street is proposed such that it will intersect Fallon Avenue at a roundabout. While the proposed street configuration is considered well -conceived from a circulation standpoint and is responsive to site topography, the following street - related conditions are recommended as conditions of preliminary plat approval: 1. The City Engineer provide comment and recommendation regarding street - related issues, including the design of the proposed roundabout. 2. The street alignments, grades and curb radiuses should be subject to further comment by the City Engineer. 3. Direct lot access shall be prohibited for the following lots: Along Fallon Avenue: Lot 1, Block 1 Lots 1-3, Block 2 Lot 1, Block 3 Lots 1 &2, Block 4 Along 85th Street: Lots 13-20, Block 29 Lots 1-9, Block 30 Lots 1-4 Block 25 Along Eisele Avenue: Lot 5 & Lots 8-11, Block 25 Block Layout. The proposed block layout responds well to the sites features (topography and wetlands) and meet maximum 1,320 -foot block length requirements of the Subdivision Ordinance. This aspect is relevant to the project in the southwest future phases (Blocks 32 and 33). This long block is separated by a trail easement rather than a street connection due to stormwater management requirements, and as such, is consistent with the intent of the subdivision ordinance regulations on block length. Lots Sizes & Setbacks R-1 District Lots. Within R-1 zoning districts, the average lot size must not be less than 12,000 square feet and in no case may lots be less than 10,000 square feet in size. Further, at least 40 percent of lots created through subdivision shall exceed 12,000 square feet in area. Of the proposed 220 R-1 District lots, 198 lots (or 90 percent) exceed 12,000 square feet in size. The average lot size is in excess of 14,300 square feet with the largest lot being 28,966 SF. All lots have been found to comply with the applicable R-1 District lot area requirements. T City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 Also, within R-1 Districts, lot widths must average of 80 feet of width, with none narrower than 70 feet, and at least 40 percent of all lots exceeding 80 feet of width. As a condition of preliminary plat approval, the applicant should demonstrate compliance with R-1 District lot width requirements by providing additional information related to lot width averaging. R -A District Lots. Within R -A zoning districts, the average lot size must not be less than 16,000 square feet and in no case may lots be less than 14,000 square feet in size. Further, at least 40 percent of all lots must be greater than 15,000 square feet in area. Of the proposed 40 R -A District lots, 38 (or 95 percent) exceed 15,000 square feet in size. The average lot size is in excess of 17,300 square feet with the largest lot being 20,841 square feet. Thus, all lots have been found to comply with the applicable R -A District minimum lot area requirements. With one exception, all R -A District setback requirements have been satisfied. The R -A front yard setback requirements referenced on the preliminary plat are incorrectly identified and must be changed from 30 to 35 feet as required by the Ordinance. Required Proposed Compliant Front 30' 30' Yes Yard Side Yard 10' 10' Yes Side Yard 20' 20' Yes (corner) 20' 10' Yes Rear Yard 30' 30' Yes Also, within R-1 Districts, lot widths must average of 80 feet of width, with none narrower than 70 feet, and at least 40 percent of all lots exceeding 80 feet of width. As a condition of preliminary plat approval, the applicant should demonstrate compliance with R-1 District lot width requirements by providing additional information related to lot width averaging. R -A District Lots. Within R -A zoning districts, the average lot size must not be less than 16,000 square feet and in no case may lots be less than 14,000 square feet in size. Further, at least 40 percent of all lots must be greater than 15,000 square feet in area. Of the proposed 40 R -A District lots, 38 (or 95 percent) exceed 15,000 square feet in size. The average lot size is in excess of 17,300 square feet with the largest lot being 20,841 square feet. Thus, all lots have been found to comply with the applicable R -A District minimum lot area requirements. With one exception, all R -A District setback requirements have been satisfied. The R -A front yard setback requirements referenced on the preliminary plat are incorrectly identified and must be changed from 30 to 35 feet as required by the Ordinance. Yard PUD District Lots. The proposed townhome phase of the subdivision illustrates a base lot/unit lot arrangement. To accommodate the creation of lots (unit lots) without public street frontage, a PUD, Planned Unit Development zoning designation must be applied. The provisions of the City's R-3, Medium Density Residential District will however, serve as performance standard guidelines. 7 Required Proposed Compliant Front 35' 30' No Yard Side 10' 10' Yes Yard Side 20' 10' Yes Yard (corner) Rear 30' 30' Yes Yard PUD District Lots. The proposed townhome phase of the subdivision illustrates a base lot/unit lot arrangement. To accommodate the creation of lots (unit lots) without public street frontage, a PUD, Planned Unit Development zoning designation must be applied. The provisions of the City's R-3, Medium Density Residential District will however, serve as performance standard guidelines. 7 City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 Within R-3 zoning districts, the maximum density requirement (through a PUD) is 6,223 square feet per unit (7 units per gross acre). The average proposed townhome unit lot is in excess of 2,700 square feet with the largest lot being 3,291 square feet. Additional information is needed to determine whether the proposed townhome lots comply with the applicable R-3 District lot area requirements. As a condition of preliminary plat approval, the applicants should provide additional information (based on the PUD size standards) which demonstrate compliance with R-3 District requirements. As noted above, this information would be submitted at the time of the Development Stage PUD for the townhouse phases. Such information should be subject to review and verification by the City Engineer. One aspect of the plat that relates to the townhouse section is the small looped road (designated as Street E). This loop maintains a small 60 foot radius, which is below the City's standard of 100 feet. The applicants should consider options to broaden this radius. One option may be to extend a short cul-de-sac to serve these units (rather than the loop street), or consider private streets (rather than the proposed public streets) which would save space compared to the larger public street rights of way. The proposed townhome lots do not comply with the applicable R-3 District setback requirements. There appears to be some confusion related to the setbacks required for front yards and garages. In the R-3 District, a minimum 30 -foot setback is required for front yards and garages. On one plan sheet (Sheet #8), the applicant has proposed a front yard setback of 30 feet and garage setback of 25 feet. On other plan sheets (Sheets 20 and 36), front yard setbacks of 25 feet and garage setbacks of 30 feet have been proposed. This inconsistency should be addressed by the applicant. It is noted that the rear yard setback for the townhouse building pad reserves a 10 foot rear setback to the rear unit lot line. The building setback from the actual rear portion of the townhouses to the rear common area lot line is more than adequate to accommodate the required 30 foot setback. The 10 foot setback within the unit lot should be adequate to accommodate deck and/or porch additions to the principal townhouse structures. Side 20' 20' Yes Yard Side 25' 35' Yes Yard (corner) Rear 30' 10' Yes* Yard Garage 30' 1 25' & 30' No *See note on rear setback above. Required Proposed Compliant Front Yard 30' 25'& 30' No Side 20' 20' Yes Yard Side 25' 35' Yes Yard (corner) Rear 30' 10' Yes* Yard Garage 30' 1 25' & 30' No *See note on rear setback above. City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 House Design. A variety of home types are proposed within the subdivision. Specifically, homes with full basements, full basement (modified) walkouts, full basement (modified) lookouts, full basement split entry walkout, full basement split entry, (modified) rambler, and slab on grade are all proposed. Home types assigned to individual lots, as well as building pads, are illustrated on the submitted grading, drainage and erosion control plan. The R-1 and R -A Districts have specific house size requirements along with the lot size standards that apply. These size requirements are quoted here to ensure that developer and future builders will plan for the appropriate building sizes — the lot designs would appear to accommodate adequate building pads. R -A: The purpose of the "R -A" residence district is to provide move up housing in the form of low density, single family, detached residential dwelling units and directly related complementary uses in areas of high natural residential amenities including such conditions as woodlands, wetlands, and significant views. The minimum single family home size is required to be 2,400 square foot gross floor area excluding a basement or cellar for two story homes and a 1600 square foot foundation for multi-level, rambler and split entry homes. Finishable square footage is required to be at least 2,000 square feet for the latter homes, exclusive of accessory use space. R-1: The purpose of the "R-1" single family district is to provide for low density, single family, detached residential dwelling units and directly related complementary uses. The minimum single family home size is required to be 1,050 square feet foundation and 2,000 square feet finishable space, exclusive of garage or other accessory use space. Tree Preservation. Appropriately, a tree preservation plan has been submitted for review. According to the Zoning Ordinance, all "specimen trees" must be protected in accordance with certain standards. A "specimen tree" is defined as a tree greater than 36 inches in DBH (diameter breast height). The removal of "specimen trees" is allowed if the tree prevents development of a lot but must meet certain replacement standards: (i) Each healthy specimen tree removed or destroyed shall be replaced with three or more replacement trees equaling or exceeding a total of eighteen (18) aggregate caliper inches. E City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 (ii) The required replacement trees shall be planted within 12 months of the removal or destruction of the specimen tree. In review of the tree preservation plan, it appears that a total of 236 trees (41 percent) are to be saved upon the subject site. There are 8 specimen trees on the property, seven out of the eight are being removed, all seven of them are Oak trees. The one to remain is a crabapple tree. For reference, there are an additional 89 Oak trees with a DBH of greater than 20 inches. From this, 58 of the 89 large Oak trees are being removed (65 percent), while 31 (35 percent) are being saved. Overall, the applicant has proposed the removal of 58.5 percent of the existing tree coverage, 334 trees out of 570 total existing trees. According to the Ordinance, the applicant is encouraged to retain as much natural tree cover as possible, and must replace the caliper inches of the specimen trees being removed, a total of 260 caliper inches. The tree preservation requirements specify that trees being saved may account for the tree loss resulting from development. As noted, there are more than 600 caliper inches of large (but not specimen) oak trees being retained, easily offsetting the proposed losses. This calculation is outside of the specimen trees, which shall be required to be mitigated per ordinance. Many of the trees being preserved are in larger stands in and around the former farmstead. The graphics below illustrates a portion of this area. 10 City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 OTM r,� The existing densely tree populated areas on the plat. Red lines show where the applicant plans to remove trees. Percentage of Large Oak Trees being Removed vs. being Saved # of Oak (<20 # of Oak (<20 # of Significant Oak # of Significant Oak in) REMOVED in) SAVED (<36 in) REMOVED (<36 in) SAVED 58 (65%) 31 (35%) 7 (100%) 0 (0%) Landscaping. A landscaping plan has been submitted for review which includes at least two trees to be planted per lot, as well as a number of other tree planting areas in prominent locations throughout the project. Specific tree and other landscaping requirements will be more closely reviewed as they relate to the townhouse area upon submission of Development Stage PUD plans at the appropriate time. The Zoning Ordinance requires that the trees attributable to the subdivision be planted in the boulevard of each parcel, between the front lot line and the street, or between the sidewalk and the street where sidewalks are included. The Ordinance also states that, for lots with frontage on more than one right-of-way and if no trees are in 11 City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 existence, four trees must be planted per platted lot. For single-family detached and multi -family dwellings with less than 5 units, lots must have 4 aggregate caliper inches (ACI) of canopy trees. The landscaping provisions of the Zoning Ordinance also state that provided trees, shrubs and groundcovers (or grasses) should achieve the following objectives: 1. Establish naturalized woodland areas in large spaces. 2. Establish naturalized areas around stormwater ponds. 3. Establish naturalized woodland areas at the edges of subdivisions, particularly in areas of land use changes or where the subdivision abuts a major roadway, utility line, or railroad. 4. The Parks staff recommends use of native species wherever practical. The Ordinance also stipulates that the landscaping plan must be accompanied by a reliable estimate of installation costs. Specifically, the Ordinance states that subdividers must provide a financial security that guarantees live growth of the plant materials for a two (2) year period from the date of installation. As a condition of preliminary plat approval, the following landscaping -related conditions should be satisfied: 1. The submitted landscape plan be revised to demonstrate compliance with the minimum caliper inch requirements for canopy trees (4 aggregate caliper inches per lot). 2. Within the townhome area of the site, at least three evergreen trees per acre and at least two shrubs per each 10 feet of building perimeter shall be provided. Compliance with such requirements shall be demonstrated upon a revised landscape plan. 3. The applicant shall be required to provide a financial security which guarantees live growth of the plant materials for a two (2) year period from the date of installation. Grading, Drainage and Utilities. The City Engineer's office has provided below a summary related to grading, drainage and utilities. In addition, a full comment letter regarding the proposed plans is provided as an exhibit. All details relating to utility credits are the subject of final plat and development agreement review. Trunk Sanitary Sewer • The SE Sewer study completed by the City and reviewed by the City Council recommends the extension of a 36" gravity main along Fallon Avenue south of Chelsea Road to south of 85th Street and then extend east -west to serve the annexation and remaining township area. The alignment and construction of the gravity main is dictated by how development transpires. 12 City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 The Haven Ridge development is within the location of the gravity main extension, therefore portions of the gravity main will be constructed with development as drylines that would not have sewage flowing to the lines. Construction of these dry lines would occur with Phase 3 of the development (see attached map). These mains are proposed to be dry lines because the existing gravity sanitary sewers adjacent to this property has sufficient capacity to serve the entire development by gravity and temporary lift station/forcemain system. Phase 1 located on the east side of Fallon Avenue can be served by gravity connections to the Klein Farms development. Phase 2 and 3, located on the south side of 85ffi Street, will require a temporary lift station that is proposed to discharge to the eight -inch (8") gravity main in Eisele Ave, in the Hunters Crossing development. The Haven Ridge development will not preclude the development of other undeveloped areas within the City limits. In other words, there is sufficient capacity within the existing trunk system to accommodate both the Haven Ridge development and currently undeveloped areas within the City limits. • The developer will construct the gravity mains and it is recommended that the City credit the cost from trunk fees/trunk sanitary sewer funds. Oversizing credit of the lift station system may be applicable as it will be designed to serve future development to the south east of the development. Trunk Watermain • The City's 2004 Comprehensive Water System Plan calls for a 16" east -west trunk watermain extension and a north -south 12" watermain extension in the area of the Haven Ridge development. These watermains will be aligned within the proposed roadways within the development. • The developer will construct the trunk mains, which will also provide service to the lots and it is recommended that the City would credit the upsizing costs from an 8" main size via trunk water fees/trunk watermain funds. An 8" watermain is sufficient size to serve single family residential and townhome development. Stormwater Management • Drainage from the site flows to 2 areas. The northerly portion of the site (primarily Phase 1 and 2) flows through a series of onsite stormwater ponds and wetlands and discharges to the north to the trunk ponding and storm sewer system under the power lines between the Klein Farms and Hunters Crossing developments. This system eventually discharges to the large wetland on the west side TH 25, between School Blvd and Chelsea Road. The south half of the site, primarily consisting of Phase 3 drains to the south through a series of onsite stormwater ponds and wetlands and eventually discharges to the large DNR wetland (Wetland #8) to the south and Pelican Lake. 13 City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 Drainage to the stormwater ponds are treated and managed meeting rate control, volume control and water quality requirements. Managed stormwater flows in and out of the adjacent wetlands and the wetlands contribute to the overall drainage system by providing a conduit to and from the stormwater ponds and provides flood protection indirectly for the site. It is proposed that the City own outlots as recommended in the attached exhibit for stormwater management purposes. • Off-site drainage that currently drains to the site is accounted for in the proposed stormwater system based on existing land use and associated runoff rates. Streets and Right of Way Vacation. The applicant is dedicating a series of local streets and additional right of way necessary to accommodate expansion of the collector -status streets that run through, or border, the plat. These collectors include Fallon Avenue from its current terminus at 85th Street to the proposed roundabout, 85th Street along the north boundary of the west half of the property all the way through past the roundabout, Eisele (a portion of which is being vacated and then the remainder expanded, from the roundabout to the south boundary of the plat, and Edmonson Avenue, which borders the west edge for much of the plat property. Right of way dedication shall occur as a part of the initial final plat, while future development phases will be placed in outlots pending development timing. The applicant is working with City staff on ownership of the various outlots, based primarily on the need to manage them for utility access or maintenance. Additional definition of some of those outlots will be necessary to ensure proper trail and park crediting. Right of way vacation shall coincide with street or phase construction as applicable. Other Streets Notes: The plat proposes an "eyebrow" design for the northwest corner of the plat, providing access to an array of lots around the eyebrow. Public works staff does not favor this design due to street maintenance problems. This eyebrow should be eliminated. The plat excludes new street access to two remnant pieces in the northeast corner of the plat, which would retain access from the old 85th Street NE roadway. The applicant should provide sketch plan examples of future access and development options for these remnants. The City will provide the naming of the streets based on the requirements of the County grid system. The City Engineer's office provides the following additional information as related to Streets and Traffic. A Traffic Study was completed with the EAW for the proposed Haven Ridge development. The study provided a comprehensive review of anticipated traffic impacts for the regional area, including the area surrounding the proposed 14 City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 development. The Traffic Study and staff recommendations with the Haven Ridge preliminary plat review include: 1. Phase 1 and Phase 2 can be developed without any operational improvements (i.e., additional lanes, roundabouts, traffic signals) to the adjacent roadways or intersections studied. 2. Improve adjacent roadways fronting the development (i.e. Fallon Avenue, 85th St, Eisele Ave, Edmonson Ave with safety improvements. These improvements include adding 4 -foot bituminous shoulders to these roadways. Future widening and improving these roadways to urban standards will be identified in the City's CIP and will be based several factors including, traffic volumes, pavement condition, trunk sanitary sewer, utility extensions, financing, etc. The development includes realigning and providing for the future extension of 85th Street as an east -west collector road in accordance with the City's Transportation Plan and Wright County's current transportation plan. This also includes the proposed extension of Fallon Ave/Eisele Ave and roundabout within the development. These roadways are planned to the 44 - feet wide as is typical for a collector roadway (such as School Blvd, 7th Street, Chelsea Rd). Since the roadway has a regional benefit, it is proposed that the City credit the developer oversizing the roadway width from 36 -feet to 44 -feet wide as part of the development agreement. 3. The Traffic Study also recommends that by 2030, the construction of a traffic signal system or roundabout at the intersection of Edmonson Avenue at School Boulevard be considered. This improvement will be a consideration in the City's future CIP. 4. The study also includes consideration of the construction of a traffic signal system or roundabout at the intersection Fenning Avenue at School Boulevard by 2030. Wright County has taken jurisdiction over Fenning Avenue and plans to complete intersection improvements. There will be a City cost share to the improvement that will be included in the City's CIP. Trails. Trail connections to the adjoining properties are proposed within Outlots M and N. Another trail on the south side of the property on Outlot O is proposed to connect the neighborhood to the large wetland system. Ten foot bituminous pathways are also proposed along Fallon, Edmonson, Eisele and 85th Avenue. These are detailed in preliminary recommendation on the attached trail exhibit. While Staff believes the proposed trail locations are well -conceived, it is recommended that another trail be provided within Outlot G along the west side of 15 City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 wetland. Such trail will provide a pedestrian connection to the northern half of the subdivision. The City's Natural Resource Inventory and Assessment (NRI/A) details areas for potential future greenway corridors. There corridors are intended to align with natural and/or community amenity areas. The proposed wetland trail along Outlot O provides a greenway corridor connection consistent with that identified in the NRI/A. Sidewalks. Appropriately, sidewalks are proposed on one side of all streets. The location for the sidewalks in terms of street side is subject to the final recommendation of the City Engineer and will correspond to proposed trail systems. Park Dedication. The Subdivision Ordinance specifies a requirement of 11 % of the land area, or an equal contribution based on the land value no later than at the time of final plat. Where the applicants provide a proportion of the land area, the remaining portion would be required as cash, or as credit against the cash contribution, usually in the form of trail construction that is not otherwise required as a part of the street improvements. A report on the proposed park dedication for the development was prepared by staff and presented to the Parks & Recreation Commission on June 27h, 2019. The report notes that the development is proposed to include land dedication, trail easements and trail construction credit. The Parks & Recreation Commission recommended park dedication in a combination of park land area adjacent to the Hunters Crossing Park, trail easement, and trail construction costs as detailed in the staff report and exhibits of June 27ffi, 2019 One issue for discussion by Parks department staff and Parks Commission would be credit for the former 85th Street right of way that is being vacated and relocated to the roundabout. This area would provide connection between the existing Hunter's Crossing Park and the proposed park area being added on the north side of the roundabout. Staff has suggested that credit for this right of way may be appropriate if it possible to bury or relocate the overhead electric transmission lines currently in that right of way. Wetlands. The project has proposed 2.02 acres of wetlands impacts. Impacts will occur in ten wetlands and are due to the filling of wetlands to create roadways and lots. Mitigation for these impacts is proposed to be completed through the purchase of wetland credits from private wetland banks. The wetland impacts and mitigation are required to be permitted under the Wetland Conservation Act (WCA) and the US Army Corps of Engineers Section 404 permits. Wright County SWCD is responsible for reviewing and approving the WCA permit. This permit review is ongoing and approval is anticipated in July or August. The City is participating in the WCA permit review and approval process because the City will be responsible for ensuring the permit conditions are met once the orderly annexation process for the development is City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 completed. Permit conditions the City will need to review and approve include wetland credit purchases and the annual wetland mitigation monitoring. Wetland buffers are also required to be established around the remaining wetlands under City ordinance. Wetland buffers are natural, native vegetation strips of land above wetland boundaries. These areas may include trailways. These buffers are required to be placed within an outlot or easement. The developer is required to maintain wetland buffers until vegetation standards are met. The City will be responsible for ensuring wetland buffer vegetation standards are met per the wetland district section of the zoning ordinance. Since the time of the Planning Commission hearing, staff has followed up on the wetland permit process and timing. As noted, a wetland permit from both the Army Corp of Engineers and Wright County Soil and Water Conservation District are required. Both agencies have provided an initial determination to the developer as permit applicant. The developer (or their wetland consultant) is required to respond to the determination. As such, the permitting process is on-going at this time. The timeline for SWCD permit review is anticipated in August or September, provided the developer provides a timely response. Planning Commission Review and Recommendation The Planning Commission reviewed the requests for Comprehensive Plan amendment, rezoning and rezoning to PUD, and preliminary plat on July 2" d, holding a public hearing on each of the requests. During their review, the Planning Commission inquired as to the proposed roundabout intersection location. It was noted that the location was selected due to the current angular configuration of Fallon Avenue as it intersects with 85th, which then intersects with Eisele. The roundabout will create a better connection and overall intersection for each of these collector routes. The Commissioners also sought confirmation that the proposed access points were acceptable. Staff confirmed and noted that the plat will be subject to the review of Wright county as related to Edmonson Avenue. The Commission inquired whether Fallon would be reconstructed with the development. Staff responded that the developer will be required to make safety improvements, such as shoulders and trail improvements. Reconstruction will be a future consideration. No turn lanes on Fallon are proposed at this time. In reviewing the lot layout, the Commission questioned the garage setbacks as noted for the townhome area. It was noted that as a condition of approval, the required setbacks will need to be met on record plans. The Commission opened the public hearing, first taking comment from the developer. Marc Schulte, developer, addressed the Commission. Mr. Schulte responded to the Commission's question on timeline for development, indicating that current plan is to 17 City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 begin site construction this year, with phases 3 and 4 to begin in 2-4 years. The developer's engineer, Carlson McCain, also addressed the Commission, noting that an Environmental Assessment Worksheet and Cultural Resources survey had been completed for the site. They have been working to address the comments of staff as noted within Exhibit Z. Park requirements were addressed. It was noted that the developer has proposed to add land to Hunters Crossing Park as noted in the staff report. Additionally, the Parks Commission and staff recommendation is to install a series of trail connections and loops throughout the development. It was noted that another park will likely be required to the east or south of this site, as it extends just to the edge of the'/2 mile radius requirement for park development. Monticello Township residents addressed the Commission on a number of items on the proposal. It was questioned whether any fencing would be required along Fallon and 85th for the lots backing up to those roadways. It was noted that while landscaping is proposed for the roundabout, no specific fencing for the lots is proposed at this time. Trail connections were also addressed, with a township resident inquiring whether a trail would connect from Edmonson to 85th. Staff confirmed, noting that a trail is proposed along the rear of the westerly lots of the south portion of the plat, connecting both to the southerly wetland trail and 85th In addition, it was noted by an adjacent resident that there is currently some flooding near the southerly wetland. The City Engineer noted that the stormwater is being managed on site. Adjacent Monticello Township resident Tom Collins inquired whether 85th and Eisele would be extended. Staff explained that the roundabout would be a full urban section constructed only to the edge of the developer's property. The other collector routes, including Fallon, 85th and Eisele, will remain rural sections, with the developer making only safety improvements within the proposed right of way, which will be platted within the land under their ownership. Staff recommended that the Exhibit Z conditions be amended to include three additional conditions as follows: 1. The applicant comply with required wetland permits as related to the proposed plat, with any substantive changes or alterations resulting from compliance requiring a plat amendment, as necessary. 2. Compliance with the comments of the Wright County Highway Engineer. 3. Compliance with the comments of the City Engineering Department letter, dated June 26th, 2019. The applicant's wetland consultant, Kjolhaug Environmental, addressed the Commission. It was explained that a wetland permit is required from both the Wright City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 County Soil and Water Conservation District and the Army Corps of Engineers. The plat as designed is contingent on the permits. If the wetland permits require changes to the plat, the plat may require amendment. Staff noted to the Commission that is a condition of approval as suggested. Adjacent Monticello Township Resident Shannon Bye inquired as to the process for reviewing wetland permit application information and comments. She noted that a finalized wetland permitting review document has not been received. She requested Township review the permit prior to final approval of the plat. Following the public hearing and discussion, the Planning Commission recommended approval of the Comprehensive Plan amendment, rezoning, and preliminary plat for the proposed Haven Ridge in a unanimous vote, with the addition of conditions to Exhibit Z as follows: 1. The applicant comply with required wetland permits as related to the proposed plat, with any substantive changes or alterations resulting from compliance requiring a plat amendment, as necessary. 2. Compliance with the comments of the Wright County Highway Engineer. 3. Compliance with the comments of the City Engineering Department letter, dated June 27h, 2019. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS The Planning Commission took action on recommendations for the requested Comprehensive Plan amendment, rezoning, and preliminary plat. The Commission unanimously recommended approval for each of the decisions. At this time, the City Council is asked only to act on the preliminary plat decision. The application requests for Comprehensive Plan amendment, rezoning and rezoning to PUD will be brought forward at the time of consideration of the final plat. At that same time, the petition for annexation of the area within the proposed plat will also be considered by the City Council. The Planning Commission recommends Alternative #1 below for the preliminary plat. Decision 1: Preliminary Plat Motion to adopt Resolution No. 2019-51 for approval of the Preliminary Plat for Haven Ridge, based on the findings in said resolution, and subject to the conditions as incorporated in Exhibit Z as recommended by the Planning Commission. 2. Motion to deny adoption of Resolution No. 2019-51, based on findings identified by the City Council. lr C. 113 City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 3. Motion to table action on Resolution No. 2019-51, subject to additional information from the applicant and/or Staff. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Subject to future Council decisions relating to the comprehensive plan amendment and rezoning, Staff recommends approval of the preliminary plat subject to the conditions listed in Exhibit Z and based on the findings in the accompanying resolutions for preliminary plat. SUPPORTING DATA A. Resolution 2019-051, Preliminary Plat B. Resolution PC -2019-018, Preliminary Plat C. Draft Ordinance No. D. Aerial Site Image E. Applicant Narrative F. Comprehensive Plan Exhibit G. Proposed Zoning Exhibit H. Plan Cover I. Overall Boundary J. Existing Conditions K. Preliminary Plat L. Preliminary Site & Utility Plan M. Preliminary Grading, Drainage and Erosion Control Plan N. Tree Preservation Plan O. Landscape Plan P. Phasing Plan Q. Park Exhibit R. Trail Corridor Exhibit S. Outlot Ownership Exhibit — Prepared by City T. Trail Location and Dedication Exhibit — Prepared by City, updated U. Lot Area Tabulation V. City Engineering Department Letter, dated June 27th, 2019 W. Wright County Highway Engineer's Letter, dated X, 2019 X. Online Resources: a. Concept Staae PUD Proposal Submittal Review — Mav 1St, 2018 b. Concept Staae PUD Proposal Minutes — May 1St, 2018 c. Parks & Recreation Commission Agenda — June 27th, 2019 d. Environmental Assessment Worksheet — Negative Declaration of Need for EIS, Citv Council — November 26th, 2018 e. Wetland Delineation Report f. Cultural Resources Inventory Y. Power Point Z. Conditions of Approval 20 City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 EXHIBIT Z Haven Ridge Preliminary Plat Approval of the Haven Ridge preliminary plat subject to the following conditions: 1. The City approve the requested Annexation, Comprehensive Plan Amendment and rezoning actions and the annexation is processed by the Office of Administrative Hearings per the MOAA. 2. Applicants petition separately (with property owners as necessary) for requested right of way vacations, concurrent with submission of final plat application. 3. Compliance with comments of the City Engineer related to wetland buffer areas along with appropriate cover treatments and management, including easements. Alterations to wetland boundaries or buffer requirements may result in reconsideration of the Preliminary Plat and permitting as required. 4. The applicants submit a revised Preliminary Plat consistent with the conditions as ultimately approved by the City Council. 5. Compliance with the City Engineer's comment and recommendation regarding street - related issues per the letter of June 27th, 2019, including the design of the proposed roundabout. 6. Direct lot access shall be prohibited for the following lots: Along Fallon Avenue: Lot 1, Block 1 Lots 1-3, Block 2 Lot 1, Block 3 Lots 1 &2, Block 4 Along 85th Street: Lots 13-20, Block 29 Lots 1-9, Block 30 Lots 1-4 Block 25 Along Eisele Avenue: Lot 5 & Lots 8-11, Block 25 21 City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 7. Verification of lot size compliance pursuant to any changes in street dedications required by the City Engineer. 8. Eliminate the "eyebrow" street design in the northwest corner of the plat. 9. The applicants demonstrate compliance with R-1 District lot width requirements (for lots zoned R-1) by providing additional information related to lot width averaging. 10. The R -A District front yard setback requirements referenced on the preliminary plat be changed from 30 to 35 feet as required by the Ordinance. 11. The applicants provide sketch plan alternatives demonstrating use development, and access to the outlot remnants in the northeast portion of the plat. 12. The applicants provide additional information, based on the PUD size standards, which demonstrate compliance with R-3 District lot area requirements. Such information shall be subject to review and verification by the City Engineer. 13. The submitted townhome development plans be modified to correctly reference R-3 District setback requirements as well as parking supply and locations as a part of the amended plans provided for the Development Stage PUD application. 14. The submitted landscape plan be revised to demonstrate compliance with the minimum caliper inch requirements for canopy trees (4 aggregate caliper inches per lot) 15. The landscaping plan be revised to provide for native plantings and cover in powerline corridors and wetland areas per recommendations of the Parks Superintendent. 16. The landscaping plan be revised to include tree protection mitigation for the loss of specimen trees, to be planted in locations per the recommendation of the Parks Superintendent. 17. Within the townhome area of the site, at least three evergreen trees per acre and at least two shrubs per each 10 feet of building perimeter shall be provided. Compliance with such requirements shall be demonstrated upon a revised landscape plan. 18. The applicant provide a financial security which guarantees live growth of the plant materials for a two (2) year period from the date of installation. 19. Compliance with issues related to grading, drainage and utilities, subject to comment and recommendation by the City Engineer, according to the Engineer's letter dated June 27th, 2019. 20. Address outstanding comments of the Environmental Assessment Worksheet. 22 City Council Agenda — 07/22/2019 21. The developer will demonstrate compliance to the extent possible with ordinance requirements for burying of overhead powerlines and all new utility lines serving the plat shall be placed in accordance with ordinance and City standards. 22. To provide a pedestrian connection to the northern half of the subdivision, an additional trail be provided within Outlot G along the west side of wetland. 23. Park dedication requirements are satisfied according to each phased final plat, and as regulated by a development agreement. 24. Developer and City identify ownership and management requirements of all outlots transferring ownership as necessary. 25. The applicant comply with required wetland permits as related to the proposed plat, with any substantive changes or alterations resulting from compliance requiring a plat amendment, as necessary. Added by Planning Commission as requested by staff. 26. Compliance with the comments of the Wright County Highway Engineer. Added by Planning Commission as requested by staff. 27. Compliance with the comments of the City Engineering Department letter, dated June 27th, 2019. Added by Planning Commission as requested by staff. 28. Consideration of comments of other City Staff. 29. Plans shall be revised to illustrate wetland delineation and wetland buffer within Outlots C and F. 23 CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNNESOTA RESOLUTION NO. 2019-51 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF MONTICELLO APPROVING A PRELIMINARY PLAT FOR HAVEN RIDGE A 213 ACRE RESIDENTIAL PLAT IN SECTIONS 23, 24, AND 26 OF TWP 121, RANGE 025 PIDs: 213-100-234101; 213-100-234103; 213-100-242200 WHEREAS, the applicant seeks to develop property within the Monticello Orderly Annexation Area, subject to annexation, Comprehensive Plan amendment, and rezoning; and WHEREAS, the applicant has submitted a request to plat said property into a series of single family lots, a series of outlots for varied purposes, public streets and trails, and townhouse lots and common areas; and WHEREAS, the site is guided as "Urban Reserve", pending approval of the proposed amendment to "Places to Live" in the City's Comprehensive Plan; and WHEREAS, the proposed Plat is consistent with the long-term use and development of the property for residential uses; and WHEREAS, the proposed Plat is consistent with the requirements of the various proposed zoning districts, subject to conditions recommended by the Planning Commission and required by the City Council; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission held a public hearing on July 2nd, 2019 on the application and the applicant and members of the public were provided the opportunity to present information to the Planning Commission; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has considered all of the comments and the staff report, which are incorporated by reference into the resolution; and WHEREAS, after taking public comment, the Planning Commission recommended approval of the preliminary plat of Haven Ridge to the City Council; and WHEREAS, the Monticello City Council reviewed the recommendation of the Planning Commission for the preliminary plat of Haven Ridge on July 22nd, 2019; and WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Monticello makes the following Findings of Fact in relation to the recommendation of approval: CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNNESOTA RESOLUTION NO. 2019-51 1. The Plat provides an appropriate means of furthering the intent of the Comprehensive Plan for the site by continuing the development plans for residential use. 2. The proposed improvements on the site under the Preliminary Plat are consistent with the needs of the development in this location as a low density residential area. 3. The improvements will facilitate the logical extension of municipal public services, including sewer, water, stormwater treatment, and streets which have been planned to serve the property for the development as proposed. 4.. The Plat is consistent with the intent of the City's economic development objectives, as well as with the intent of the City's zoning regulations. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF MONTICELLO, MINNESOTA, that the preliminary plat of Haven Ridge, with drainage and utility easements and right of way as required, is hereby approved contingent upon meeting all conditions of the subdivision ordinance; and the following conditions: The City approve the requested Annexation, Comprehensive Plan Amendment and rezoning actions. 2. Applicants petition separately (with property owners as necessary) for requested right of way vacations, concurrent with submission of final plat application. Compliance with comments of the City Engineer related to wetland buffer areas along with appropriate cover treatments and management, including easements. Alterations to wetland boundaries or buffer requirements may result in reconsideration of the Preliminary Plat and permitting as required. 4. The applicants submit a revised Preliminary Plat consistent with the conditions as ultimately approved by the City Council. Compliance with the City Engineer's comment and recommendation regarding street -related issues per the letter of June 26th, 2019, including the design of the proposed roundabout. 6. Direct lot access shall be prohibited for the following lots: Along Fallon Avenue: Lot 1, Block 1 Lots 1-3, Block 2 Lot 1, Block 3 Lots 1 &2, Block 4 K CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNNESOTA RESOLUTION NO. 2019-51 Along 85th Street: Lots 13-20, Block 29 Lots 1-9, Block 30 Lots 1-4 Block 25 Along Eisele Avenue: Lot 5 & Lots 8-11, Block 25 7. Verification of lot size compliance pursuant to any changes in street dedications required by the City Engineer. 8. Eliminate the "eyebrow" street design in the northwest corner of the plat. 9. The applicants demonstrate compliance with R-1 District lot width requirements (for lots zoned R-1) by providing additional information related to lot width averaging. 10. The R -A District front yard setback requirements referenced on the preliminary plat be changed from 30 to 35 feet as required by the Ordinance. 11. The applicants provide sketch plan alternatives demonstrating use development, and access to the outlot remnants in the northeast portion of the plat. 12. The applicants provide additional information, based on the PUD size standards, which demonstrate compliance with R-3 District lot area requirements. Such information shall be subject to review and verification by the City Engineer. 13. The submitted townhome development plans be modified to correctly reference R-3 District setback requirements as well as parking supply and locations as a part of the amended plans provided for the Development Stage PUD application. 14. The submitted landscape plan be revised to demonstrate compliance with the minimum caliper inch requirements for canopy trees (4 aggregate caliper inches per lot) 15. The landscaping plan be revised to provide for native plantings and cover in powerline corridors and wetland areas per recommendations of the Parks Superintendent. 3 CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNNESOTA RESOLUTION NO. 2019-51 16. The landscaping plan be revised to include tree protection mitigation for the loss of specimen trees, to be planted in locations per the recommendation of the Parks Superintendent. 17. Within the townhome area of the site, at least three evergreen trees per acre and at least two shrubs per each 10 feet of building perimeter shall be provided. Compliance with such requirements shall be demonstrated upon a revised landscape plan. 18. The applicant provide a financial security which guarantees live growth of the plant materials for a two (2) year period from the date of installation. 19. Compliance with issues related to grading, drainage and utilities, subject to comment and recommendation by the City Engineer, according to the Engineer's letter dated June 27th, 2019. 20. Address outstanding comments of the Environmental Assessment Worksheet. 21. To provide a pedestrian connection to the northern half of the subdivision, an additional trail be provided within Outlot G along the west side of wetland. 22. Park dedication requirements are satisfied according to each phased final plat, and as regulated by a development agreement. 23. Developer and City identify ownership and management requirements of all outlots transferring ownership as necessary. 24. Developer and City identify ownership and management requirements of all outlots transferring ownership as necessary. 25. The applicant comply with required wetland permits as related to the proposed plat, with any substantive changes or alterations resulting from compliance requiring a plat amendment, as necessary. 26. Compliance with the comments of the Wright County Highway Engineer. 27. Compliance with the comments of the City Engineering Department letter, dated June 27th, 2019. 28. Consideration of comments of other City Staff. 29. Plans shall be revised to illustrate wetland delineation and wetland buffer within Outlots C and F. C! CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNNESOTA RESOLUTION NO. 2019-51 ADOPTED BY the Monticello City Council this 22nd day of July, 2019. ATTEST: Jeff O'Neill, City Administrator 5 CITY OF MONTICELLO Brian Stumpf, Mayor CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA PLANNING COMMISSION RESOLUTION NO. PC -2019-018 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MONTICELLO RECOMMENDING APPROVAL OF A PRELIMINARY PLAT FOR HAVEN RIDGE A 213 ACRE RESIDENTIAL PLAT IN SECTIONS 23, 249 AND 26 OF TWP 121, RANGE 025 PIDs: 213-100-234101; 213-100-234103; 213-100-242200 WHEREAS, the applicant seeks to develop property within the Monticello Orderly Annexation Area, subject to annexation, Comprehensive Plan amendment, and rezoning; and WHEREAS, the applicant has submitted a request to plat said property into a series of single family lots, a series of outlots for varied purposes, public streets and trails, and townhouse lots and common areas; and WHEREAS, the site is guided as "Urban Reserve", pending approval of the proposed amendment to "Places to Live" in the City's Comprehensive Plan; and WHEREAS, the proposed Plat is consistent with the long-term use and development of the property for residential uses; and WHEREAS, the proposed Plat is consistent with the requirements of the various proposed zoning districts, subject to conditions recommended by the Planning Commission and required by the City Council; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission held a public hearing on July 2" d, 2019 on the application and the applicant and members of the public were provided the opportunity to present information to the Planning Commission; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has considered all of the comments and the staff report, which are incorporated by reference into the resolution; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission of the City of Monticello makes the following Findings of Fact in relation to the recommendation of approval: 1. The Plat provides an appropriate means of furthering the intent of the Comprehensive Plan for the site by continuing the development plans for residential use. 2. The proposed improvements on the site under the Preliminary Plat are consistent with the needs of the development in this location as a low density residential area. CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA PLANNING COMMISSION RESOLUTION NO. PC -2019-018 3. The improvements will facilitate the logical extension of municipal public services, including sewer, water, stormwater treatment, and streets which have been planned to serve the property for the development as proposed. 4.. The Plat is consistent with the intent of the City's economic development objectives, as well as with the intent of the City's zoning regulations. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Planning Commission of the City of Monticello, Minnesota, that the Planning Commission hereby recommends that the Monticello City Council approves the Preliminary Plat for Haven Ridge, subject to the conditions listed in Exhibit Z of the staff report as follows: 1. The City approve the requested Annexation, Comprehensive Plan Amendment and rezoning actions. 2. Applicants petition separately (with property owners as necessary) for requested right of way vacations, concurrent with submission of final plat application. 3. Compliance with comments of the City Engineer related to wetland buffer areas along with appropriate cover treatments and management, including easements. Alterations to wetland boundaries or buffer requirements may result in reconsideration of the Preliminary Plat and permitting as required. 4. The applicants submit a revised Preliminary Plat consistent with the conditions as ultimately approved by the City Council. 5. Compliance with the City Engineer's comment and recommendation regarding street -related issues per the letter of June 26th, 2019, including the design of the proposed roundabout. 6. Direct lot access shall be prohibited for the following lots: Along Fallon Avenue: Lot 1, Block 1 Lots 1-3, Block 2 Lot 1, Block 3 Lots 1 &2, Block 4 Along 85th Street: Lots 13-20, Block 29 Lots 1-9, Block 30 2 CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA PLANNING COMMISSION RESOLUTION NO. PC -2019-018 Lots 1-4 Block 25 Along Eisele Avenue: Lot 5 & Lots 8-11, Block 25 7. Verification of lot size compliance pursuant to any changes in street dedications required by the City Engineer. 8. Eliminate the "eyebrow" street design in the northwest corner of the plat. 9. The applicants demonstrate compliance with R-1 District lot width requirements (for lots zoned R-1) by providing additional information related to lot width averaging. 10. The R -A District front yard setback requirements referenced on the preliminary plat be changed from 30 to 35 feet as required by the Ordinance. 11. The applicants provide sketch plan alternatives demonstrating use development, and access to the outlot remnants in the northeast portion of the plat. 12. The applicants provide additional information, based on the PUD size standards, which demonstrate compliance with R-3 District lot area requirements. Such information shall be subject to review and verification by the City Engineer. 13. The submitted townhome development plans be modified to correctly reference R-3 District setback requirements as well as parking supply and locations as a part of the amended plans provided for the Development Stage PUD application. 14. The submitted landscape plan be revised to demonstrate compliance with the minimum caliper inch requirements for canopy trees (4 aggregate caliper inches per lot) 15. The landscaping plan be revised to provide for native plantings and cover in powerline corridors and wetland areas per recommendations of the Parks Superintendent. 16. The landscaping plan be revised to include tree protection mitigation for the loss of specimen trees, to be planted in locations per the recommendation of the Parks Superintendent. 3 CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA PLANNING COMMISSION RESOLUTION NO. PC -2019-018 17. Within the townhome area of the site, at least three evergreen trees per acre and at least two shrubs per each 10 feet of building perimeter shall be provided. Compliance with such requirements shall be demonstrated upon a revised landscape plan. 18. The applicant provide a financial security which guarantees live growth of the plant materials for a two (2) year period from the date of installation. 19. Compliance with issues related to grading, drainage and utilities, subject to comment and recommendation by the City Engineer, according to the Engineer's letter dated June 27th, 2019. 20. Address outstanding comments of the Environmental Assessment Worksheet. 21. To provide a pedestrian connection to the northern half of the subdivision, an additional trail be provided within Outlot G along the west side of wetland. 22. Park dedication requirements are satisfied according to each phased final plat, and as regulated by a development agreement. 23. Developer and City identify ownership and management requirements of all outlots transferring ownership as necessary. 24. The applicant comply with required wetland permits as related to the proposed plat, with any substantive changes or alterations resulting from compliance requiring a plat amendment, as necessary. 25. Compliance with the comments of the Wright County Highway Engineer. 26. Compliance with the comments of the City Engineering Department letter, dated June 27th, 2019. 27. Consideration of comments of other City Staff. ADOPTED this 2nd day of July, 2019, by the Planning Commission of the City of Monticello, Minnesota. MONTICELLO PLANNING COMMISSION By: Sam Murdoff, Chair M CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA PLANNING COMMISSION RESOLUTION NO. PC -2019-018 ATTEST: Angela Schu ,Community Development Director ORDINANCE NO.7XX CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 10 OF THE MONTICELLO CITY CODE, KNOWN AS THE ZONING ORDINANCE, BY REZONING THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY FROM A -O, AGRICULTURE OPEN SPACE DISTRICT TO R -A, RESIDENTIAL AMENITIES, R-1, SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE, AND PUD, PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT: PIDs: 213-100-234101; 213-100-234103; 213-100-242200 THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MONTICELLO HEREBY ORDAINS: Section 1. The zoning map of the City of Monticello is hereby amended to rezone the following described parcel from A -O, Agriculture Open Space District to R -A, R- 1, and PUD Districts, pursuant to the zoning plan of Haven Ridge as approved by the City Council: PID NUMBERS: 213-100-234101; 213-100-234103; 213-100-242200 Legal Description: See Attached Exhibit A Section 2. The City Clerk is hereby directed to mark the official zoning map to reflect this ordinance. The map shall not be republished at this time. Section 3. The City Clerk is hereby directed to make the changes required by this Ordinance as part of the Official Monticello City Code, Title 10, Zoning Ordinance, and to renumber the tables and chapters accordingly as necessary to provide the intended effect of this Ordinance. The City Clerk is further directed to make necessary corrections to any internal citations that result from said renumbering process, provided that such changes retain the purpose and intent of the Zoning Ordinance as has been adopted. Section 4. This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after its passage and publication. The ordinance in its entirety and map shall be posted on the City website after publication. Copies of the complete Ordinance and map are available online and at Monticello City Hall for examination upon request. ADOPTED BY the Monticello City Council this _ day of , 2019. Brian Stumpf, Mayor ORDINANCE NO.7XX ATTEST: Jeff O'Neill, Administrator AYES: NAYS: ORDINANCE NO.7XX Marc D. Schulte - Request for Comp Plan Amendt, Rezoning, Planned Unit Dvlpmt, and Preliminary Plat Lengthy Legals - See City Hall I PID: 213-100-234101,213-100-242200,213-100-261200,213-100-234102 Created by: City of Monticello We are Land Developers who have been developing land for almost 40 years. Haven Ridge Development is our next project. We plan on developing phase 1 and phase 2 at the same time this fall. We intend on working with several different Builders . Ideally we would like to complete the project over the next 5-10 years. We have a basic understanding of the city of Monticello fees associated with Haven Ridge Development and are in agreement with the fee schedule proposed. 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Pi0:2,3-IDa-16L, 100 e •/� eL ✓' LEGEND - MOTICELLO TOWNSHIP - URBAN RESERVE ® - PROPOSED COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT AREA -v_pr. 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, SUIte 100 1 hereby certify that this Ian s ecifcation Print Name: v fv P P DRAWN BY: C# Revisions: rIW. ■ ��_ ///��� McCain • environmental engineering I . su rveying Blaine, MN 55449 Phone: (763) 489-7900 Fax: (763) 489-79.c www.ca8son mcca I n.<om or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Signature: Licensed Land Surveyor under the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: License #: ISSUE DATE: 06/21/19 FILE NO: 1644 Isave pare o,zol(p.IXvrpsvopt-1-11.;s-m°nbre11° P.P.­ e ex PAP—-- , PROPOSED ZONING FAr;.;S / / / I "' '" LII li PID 21J -IDD 2422D, MONTICELLO TOWNSHIP URBAN A DY N /sa RESERVE II PID 213_IDD 2 02 �i. 85TH STRE iT NE (iC- / UGUS G ARN li v� r NIi A T FV A>f2,CLLT—RAL _ANN_ ,- - 1 �D CITY OF MONTICELLO RI o0 l/ 1 v ry 1v RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT 5 � � ITI I � I I / �I w � \ /�' !r 171 i 'T, TP -Al I oD--z loeuL AGRICU.T-RAL PID 21J-7 2,2,DD ,1 -85TH STREET NE ."r' \ \ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ -----�-- .Pow — — _ -� __----fie-r ----- -- ----- � I Nh JLU'YL 1,J- I PID ,00-2x31021. if V) 1118, - p „orj;� I �X Nom" = MONTICELLO TOWNSHIP URBAN RESERVE— PID2131U4P "TTS' ';'riL IO JI I z,a-W 21— CJ AW _ PID 21J -,DD -2J 400 — W I 1 \ wl Imus —__L-- —J--- r „ . 1 ,. �f II I 79TH -STREET -------------- --" NE MONTICELLO PROPERTIES 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 Brooklyn Park, MN, 55428 TFIEE NE 1/4 OWN R n P10:21J-f00-TbL�11 \, i A i II LEGEND - - R -I - SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT - - R-3 - MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENCE DISTRICT - - R -A - RESIDENTIAL AMENITIES DISTRICT HAVEN RIDGE Monticello, Minnesota N 0 200 400 800 ( SCALE IN FEET ) EXISTING/ PROPOSED ZONING AND COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT of AREA EXHIBIT / 1 . HAVEN RIDGE MONTICELLO, MINNESOTA CALL BEFORE YOU DIG N COVER 0 150 17 1 1 a4 EXISTING CONDITIONS INDEX 4-7. EXISTING CONDITIONS 8. ,e ns," PRELIMINARY PLAT 19-21. PRELIMINARY SITE & UTILITY PLAN %1 GRADING INDEX 23-35. PRELIMINARY GRADING & EROSION CONTROL PLANS 36-38. DETAILS T1—T8. TREE PRESERVATION PLAN 1-1-1-8. v Know what's below. ---------- �----------'� / II ^' Call before you dig. , -- The subsurface ulihty information shown on this plan isutility Quality Level D. This quality level w s determined a cording to the guidelines of CI/ASCE 38-02, entitled "Standard Guideline for the Collection and Depiction of Existing Subsurface Utility Data " )Carlson environmental 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive Suite 100 Blaine, MN 55449 NE, I hereby ce s y that this plan, or under or report was prepared by me or under my my Pnn[ Name: Brian ]�Krvstofa Drawn: Revisions: • ,% I : engineering Phone: (763) 489-7900 direct supervision and that I am a duly signature: a Designed: Bll< McCain sif Voes\7oa[-,osoVoss-monereiio u ^eying orecerties\we cse\enq Fax: (763) 489-7959 ww.caris.nmc.in.com eeNnq\oreemyians,7oss_mver auy Licensed Professional Engineer under the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 25063 Date: 4/5/19 MONTICELLO PROPERTIES I HAVEN RIDGE 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 Monticello, Minnesota ST Nr N SITE - VICINITY MAP NOT TO SCALE BENCHMARKS 1. Minnesota Department of Transportation Geodetic GSID Station No 93813 (MnDOt Name Golf) ELEVATION = 974.529 SHEET INDEX N COVER 0 150 300 600 BENCHMARKS 1. Minnesota Department of Transportation Geodetic GSID Station No 93813 (MnDOt Name Golf) ELEVATION = 974.529 SHEET INDEX 1. COVER 2. OVERALL BOUNDARY 3. EXISTING CONDITIONS INDEX 4-7. EXISTING CONDITIONS 8. PRELIMINARY PLAT INDEX 9-18. PRELIMINARY PLAT 19-21. PRELIMINARY SITE & UTILITY PLAN 22. GRADING INDEX 23-35. PRELIMINARY GRADING & EROSION CONTROL PLANS 36-38. DETAILS T1—T8. TREE PRESERVATION PLAN 1-1-1-8. LANDSCAPE PLAN COVER 1 of 38 Northwest c r of Section North line of the Northwest Quarter of North line of the Northeast Quarter 24, Township 121, Range - ,-the Northwest Quarter of Section 24, -of the Northwest Quarter o/ Section 9e 25, Township 1, n 25 1 24, Township 121, Range 25 a Ican ---- •----------------- ---- c.., �i,- -----/-,2TRo�----- `--�--------------- Detail C r --� `� �� ;,;,,,,w„ � ,,,,,,,,,„, .; ` J �.. 1 I v i v Y earth Quarter car er or Secban--^ -_------------- _�- m All la3 owrvER. I t' 24, Township 121, Range 25 --- NOT TO SCALE [- /♦ T 1 /l A I `� / I t �4, O � y A. it A JUDY NELSON i- \ v L V 1 1 V I Y ♦ \ I I / PID:213-100-242201 OwrvER / e \ yj \ / // I i/C� ^ •i4 `II , tt-vOi 48 I I MD /3100­2Q202IN%D2g DY NELSON \ t•1 /_ I I L AA/'T4 2, .mea.\\\Sye I Anel i%"r C l•I`�� '/ I / N i Av ? \\ RC 7141. - - r 7 I \ \gei rt{� owrvER I C r}{✓ / VSs a OF `oral o \ C f` \ - - I `'1 W I ivir ii •r \ \\/��O I r ID ARNOLD z 1 ; xeg II 1?01 . I \/ \ I I _85TH II - y `b ;� t" I ir� i/Y L`' o\ \\� �^ -STREET NE gip, in- `� 1 obeh. AIAT P�AYP/ F - Centerline of 85th Street NE as- \ \ N \ I I IY/Af'IxllA'll'FJ �� y 1,,,, ed In Monticello TownPAD:21 -10NON L Bl£ rD pj Z `♦ / IIS / I^ / I Road Map per Dec. No 390488 \ \ I- ' W0:2/J-IDO-242300 Lrl \\ gN / \ L1--------------- ON / � I rr IV n I a 1 IA_ / Ftri ifdCr lR.rili t�ir I �o see! + -I L I / / / N I o N89°22'37"E w -j"41 \ / I �\ h1Y1 A/l I I Zo°A5/ u 91 y .I C0�Ng2N6j 1% Y VI 111 IIY I I j \ r�i1�y \\l p�23.09 5 tYA, 1I l 3 west tine of the of see D¢tau e~\ -44 \1� Section 24, Township AZy` If I` OWNER. 121, Range 25 r ,[ I V rr 1I� C BARBARA J O'BRIFN 1 \ f� \ T �\ I (+ P10:21J-100-242400 A'K Jl A- PARC i 1 `� yECAN A WARFlELD-KIMBALL III I 1/ Southwesterly right of ahin I .21 100-20302 of ti th Street R per I A` Monticello Town Road Map All wT �S T I Doc t No 390488 ICV A O Souih line of the tT'' C.B.=S33°12'04"E F, �� Northwest Quarter 1 >I0 C.L=169,80 re°°add i°a `oan;m.�tNna b°Iweo4ere"" "� r n III hi t'T 1 1 1 p 7 4 a,°, E,i°p',o R� Southwest comer of the Section 24, Township ' m_ p=48°02'57" I I V YY 1 Y I r1 I 1 L /, M� B11, No. d - �_Nartnw¢st Quarter o/ 1 , Range 2s R=208,53 STREET NE-, v °06'39"E 4 -Town p 721, ----- -- --+85TH -__-__--- R,JN89I J90 Sec 2 shi 21 589'11'17"w _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ 2622.77 LLL���_ y�--------- -- --------------- --- �; tion 4, k � 174.88 _ _ _ __ - __ - _ _------_--------- r ng 25 1773.52 i - - - - - - - - _--_-_---_--_--------- q♦- j n 447.97 A Al /� --- -- - -- -- -- - yea+ I 85TH STREET I NE I I I-------- wa S89°10'07"W R a North nne o/ the Northeast North line of the West Half of the I III I o I `fat '-Southeast Quarter of Secf,on 23, I I +Quarter of the¢ Southeast H OWNER. 0� y1 pOx w Quarter of S Section 21 Township l °i = `i' 3 SEAN i 6.KlOY L M01W 40,01V Y'"y Townshl, 121, Range 25 I l I 121, Ron 25 •"`+ a e� ^ P1D:21.1-f00-243102 I 40, Met i°wa I z a a In oa \ l I I "' }90488 I i " K g ^ (V� L z Y� I I I Rand MeV DONi^t N° 1� N I W r N^ m � I OWNER: III S3 V` ' 1i213 1 O 2CII W Raad Cr \ r\ P1D:213-100-243101 C D N J j ,R.ROLD A UNIIEDT REV TRUST _ I I Q- r Ir J[ 1 f I -_ L7 R P1D:213-100-233100 III A b,,th the South line I " s � h z I i r•r Line parallel w t W oo'. o South line of the North 854.06 feet 11 O LU 1 1+� / -of the Northeast Quarter of the I -of the Northwest Quarter of Section (i) 3 Southeast Quarter of Section 23, i 24 Townshl 121 Range 25 .`w.p Township 121, Range 25 1 { P 9 -i- K W I O / - - - - - .63 i "w 1326 ° n 4'19 .84 Ss°o 982 I s ,� A=05°1 O'11" ow rN X03 I O i as /� \ -dN W I I ReR 1. S A 589°10'07"W I =NN \\ n nMI--1-' _ ,bR=3387,50 arK� I 2b' I » // Detail B i =' I ; meNa.233nt p c I 305.65 P A+PSPW:IIY IM OP �J 3 LI / NOT TO SCALE S. d \\ 3 s DNI 3 t ° 577 F� ''i'^ __ ' I South line of the Northeast Quarter^I / \ ` cue es ignM°"' aOC -of the Southeast Quarter o/ Section I 7 23, Township 121, Range 25 1, West line on the I I parse \ II. / OO, --described i Certificate PARCEL 2 q a i w� SID of nee No. 6386.0 \ n West Ri ht of Way line of o. 73zs1z ei I I\ --Eisele Avenue N r a V_ �� I Ir O: N WNER/ I wn �N Monticello ToRoad Map I O� Qrax1p au ,[BOLD A UNREOT REV MUS I v° N N ^ O Document No 390488 I PI0:213-100-274403 / I IZ / K / t C MARK a'&AFR I \ corm / I - Z t I - / I 1 { PLO:213-100-243300 \ I Westerly extension o/ the n[ y I --South line of the parcel C_J w .�, described m Cerbacate saafn nne a1 -� / Parse / a line Ea t i� K •- Title No. 6386 0 abed in Certificate �c`[ Z I OWNER: I I \ of -dOesa owrv[R I I/,' Dodcument eN�os IJJ57i"r m o `o ; JV W NARK J 0-2341 ("J \ l n /rifle No 6386.0 px Doc c o o N I I PM:21J-100-234100 .. \ 1 5.22 ( i NANCY C FRIESEN REV TRUST-__ / Yr an 'J23a2 w � M - ` ,10:2/3-100-233401 /C�. 3o'O,° 6 '♦ -- L* y ' / South line of the West I I \ \ 414.9b / owNER: / Halt o/ the Southeast---,I`-� a v°,oin" ` _ N89°22'37=E DOUGLAS L STOKES / /4- 1 Quarter ar secIdn z3,o \ W PID: CLAS 0-TOnS ,C I Township 121, Range 25 I I I South line of the I N O JANE C CORNELLIS y Northwest corner of the Southeast Quarter o/ the N P10:213-f00-2,4ioo GARYA &LE9ARA OYRIEMA- / Nartnwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter ? ` �, A A, 21 5, I BENCHMARKS PID:213-100-233402 -Northeast Quorter of 'Section 23. Township 121,1 n 1 V %7 L I - Section 26, Township 121, 'l Range 25 I 1. Minnesota Department of Transportation ♦ 1 --- �-- --- -- ---- 1 Range zs �_ __��.'33.15 _ _ ------ -----------� _ 7 --------owrva _ 589°01'58 W ipo �• � Geodetic GSID Station No. 93813 (MnDot w,,,m°' er --------- rner Name Golf. West line o/ the Northwest 1 •a JANE C CORNE11U5 1 VICINITY MAP ) I I 3 PID:213-100-261101 y. �C>J ca. --Quarter of the Northeast A+1 M- 11 Northeast Q of the ELEVATION = 974.529 mi w I I/ Qaarter of Saceon zs, ,� N ",I Irn� CF iFE W J4 OF TFE FE ✓4 Southeast Quarter or the �� / / �P Dtp•1 Township 121, Range 25 3 InN Center line of Eisele Avenue NE as I '`-Southeast Quarter of ( ) a� Ne r described m Monticello Town Road Section 23, Township 121, NO SCALE T 1 I� q��� POM1 �a Q�`� AYIL+/ I I17Nir Ma�per Document No 390488 1 Range 25 T-- --T-- /� 1 l` I -N LEGEND t0 4 O Y t' I I I 41�� South line of the Norm Half of I I N ✓ I Q' / / A P ry Z �rya16 the Northeast Quarter of the I d ® -Denotes Found Judtatal Land Mark, as noted ;y ="r DP5 Y° 1 60 329.55/ o g I _ Northeast Qaarter, Section 26, 79TH l 1 1 1 13�' '46"W °�' " I I - `' Township 121, Range 25 I - STREET, a o -Denotes Set PK Nail AI CO r1 A,5306"W N00°17 `�h�- _ - _ _ - NE ---------- o - Denotes Wright County Monument, as noted s //til IV r $7 4 West line of the North-' I,-------------- /� rr Ij+ half of the Northeastr • -Denotes Found Iron Monument T +-'1136.56 y Midpoint on the West in he 1 Quarter o/ the NortheastI I 1 / the Nartnwest Quarter of the ' Quarter of Section 26. I I 589°01'35"W l _ ,�I 1 N Northeast Quarter of Section I I ly( Township 121, Range 25 26, Township 121, Range 25 A+t JI _ - - rt I� oWrvrR: l I I $ J: OF IEE NE L'4 OF ;FE NE ✓4 -1 I I� P+ JANE C CORNELIUs\� 7 `` ♦ ,10'213-100-261201 East line of the Northwest JANE C CORNEIIUS I` I I'D `,4 I `� Quarter of the Northeast ,10:213-100-261100 I '. / ` I Southeast corner of the Northwest I Quarter of Section 26, Quarter of the Northeast Quarter o/ - I Township 121, Range 25 n •'1 E o a °' r'� I i Section 26, Township 121, Range 25 `. I I So, mwest a s esof----- F�aM°s 0 um�tM 9,�eBwa_, I ^ Iv ��----- - season z3 r f th Northw Quarter of the Northea t Quarte �xl y of Monticello. Wright County. MN 0 1]5 350 ]00 I Section 26, Township 121, Range 25 )yl I 24 and 26 Township 121 N, Range 25 W J - ( SCALE IN FEET) 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Car��n BM suite loo orrepoytertiythatadbyan,spetifcation Print Name: Thomas R.Ballu,L.S. DRAWN BY: bIs Revieiona: MONTICELLO PROPERTIES HAVEN RIDGE • environmental Blaine, MN 55449 I or report was prepared by me or under my rYl �j/ I ISSUE DATE: 4/5/191 I 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 ao-ea aQpervislon aria that I am a aQly signature: Y.�n... Monticello, Minnesota McCain I .engineering Phone: (763) 489-7900 ensed Land Surveyor der p rveying Fax: (763) 489-7959 the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 40361 FILE NO: 1644 Brooklyn Park, MIN, 55428 / www.carlsonmccaln.com air V.hsVoas-7oaa17Bsa-m°nucella VmV.roeslrnd.sn+surveytp VIaa7Bsa_exc°n.vera„:heel ewg Detail A NOT TO SCALE / o \ / fm^ \ ao xf o^f P / oa A7 m^ 7^h \ ^'"^ \ /l \\ S1, JLM Found 1058 feet \\ ro \ \\ northeasterly of the ou th westerly66,00 foot--, '•� \\ \ Right of Way line per 1 99" \ Document No. 390488 II 1/2 Inch Rebar found 1199 feet South of JLM ODD \ / \ 1 / PARCEL T.' Thal part of the Northwest Quarter of Section 24, Township 121, Range 25, Wright County, M,nnesola, descr,bed as follows Commencing at the Northwest corner of said Northwest Quarter of Section 24; thence South 00 degrees 07 minutes 45 seconds -,assuming the West Ime of said Northwest Quarter bears South 02 degrees 06 minutes 16 ontls West. 408.28 feet to the centerline of 85th Street NE be --bed ,n Monticello Town Road Map - n -g- Ne 390488, thence North 48 degrees 18 minutes 15 s conds West, along the northwesterly extension of said cen lerl'ine of 85th Street NE, 1826 feel to the Wesl Ime of said Northwest Quarter, and the poral of beginning of the parcel to b a described;, thence South 48 tl,,r... 18 minutes 15 seconds Eost, di 9 said northwestedy extension of 85thStreet NE, 1825 feel, thence cont,nu,ng South 48 degrees 18 minutes 15 seconds E -t, D'ong said centerline of 85th Street NE, 1302 04 feet, thence South 00 degrees o0 minutes 03 seconds East, 46891 feet, ore or ..... ess to the intersection with the westerly extension of the South line lying westerly of said --h- of 85bb Street NE of the partial descnbed in 0,xbfioate of T,tle No 63860, h n- North 89 degrees 22 minutes 1h 37 s ands East alon sa,d South Inti I n tided of said centerline of 85 Street NE of the reel descnbed in Cer 0-te of The No 96386.0 and its westerly extension, 41490 feet to the southwesterly right ofaway line of 851, Street NE as descnbed in said Monticello Town Road Map Iver Document No 390488, thence southeasterly and outherly, along said sou thwesterliy right of wa^ line of 85 Street NE to the South line of said Northwest Quarter, thence South 89 degrees 10 min tee 07 sero ds Wish along said South line of In. Northwest Quarter, 177352 feet to the Southwest corner of saitl Northwest Quarter, thence North 02 degrees 06 minutes 16 seconds East, along inti Wesl line of saitl Northwest Quarter, 2239.29 feel to the point of beginning. AND The North 85406 It of the West half of the Southwest Quarter of Sect,on 24, Township 121, Range 25, Wnghl County, Minnesota PARLLZ 2 The West hot of the Southeast Quarter of Section 23, Township 121, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota AND That part of the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 23. Township 121, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota, lying northerly and westerly of the following descnbed line. Comm nn at the Southeast C of said Northeast Ouarler of the Southeast Quarter thence ...then a1,n the East lie of said Northeast Ole-, of the Southeast Quarter, 437.36 feet to the point of beginning of the Inti to be descnbed; thence westerly, parallel with the South line of said Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter, to thew terry nght of way line of Eisele Avenue NE, a descnbed in Monticello Town Road Map per Document No 390488, thence southerly. along saitl westerly nght of way line of Eisele Avenue NE. to the South line of saitl Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter and said hne there terminating AND Thal port of the Southeast Quarter of In. Southeast Quarter of Section 23, Townsh,p 121, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota, lying West of the w sterly right of way line of Eisele Avenue NE. as descnbed in Monticello Town Rood Map per Document No. 390488. PARCEL J. that part of the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 26, Township 121, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota 1,r, northerly of a line drawn southwesterly from a point on the East line of sa,d Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Qaarter distant 99000 feel north of the southeast cam r of said Northwest Qaarter of the NortheastQaarter to th, midpoint of the west I— If emd Northwest Q- ­of the Northeast Q.. -,and stud line there terminating AND Thal part of the North half of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Ouarler of Section 26, Township 121, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota, lying West of the centerline of Eisele Avenue NE, as described in Monticello Town Road Map per Document No 390488 birWERAL MO 1) The held work for this survey was completed on June 27th, 2017 2) Bearings shown are based on the West Ime of the Northwest 0uaftef of the Northwest Quarter of Sechon 24, Township 121, Range 25, Wright County, Minn ... to, which is assumed to Dear 502°06'16"W. 3) Above ground utilities have been held located as shown All underground locations shown hereon are APPROXIMATE Prior to any excavations or digging, contact Gopher State One Call for an on-site location (651-454-0002) 4) Wetlands were delineated by KAM— Enmonmental lernces, Inc 5) Proposed pipeline easement shown hereon is a confinement of the exishng unde-d pipeline easements per Doc. No 165665, Book L of Assignments, poge 185. Doc N, 483099, Doc. No 809104, and Doc. No 847833 laid proposed pipeline easement and has not been recorded yet. 6) Easement m /alar of Northern States Power Company dated Derember 7, 1951, filed April 22, 1952 in Book 10 If Mill, page 44 os Doc No. 186039 is undefined and will need further confinement. 7) Easement in favor of Northern States Power Company dated June 7, 1952, fled June 12, 1952 in Book 9 of Mss, page 624 as Doc No 186537 is und-ed and will need -the, coh-ent 2 OVERALL BOUNDARY of 38 _ _ ------ - ----- `--r� _ _---------� c r /\ T , �/� / ri C� -�7 �/'� I I I I� ' Ili ... L V 1 1 V I Y � I i .. r /. r 1 n AI SH E 1 4 7 � 1 I _85TH I ir� 1/4 l z � ����1't1f-�r" (� \j� STREET I NE z \ -------------- III so n u/ A/ c^ 1 1 1 p -1 7 L1 J FtA, C YY IY �i r� 1 1 It 1/ Illi— _ o�tr14T. N 'Y S 11 A, fI ER ..)l I fIm1I3�IIEr .tr T 7A1Y IYI% 1/Y Y /1V 111 1'I _' L ---LII �o •t'1 yl I I I ��I1 �,� I�,{ ��// a I`� 1 l STREET NE -i I H,(I :i60E 1 nRl F L i v ri i� Ci ri i ' ' a-- — -- ---- -- --�- - '�_ \ Jam` _ --'- �`®+85TH ---�- A 1—\-�-- rd�ro�F------- --- ---- — —855 8�PR�E ET N1 Isa �� J P� \.� �� /, r v G s_ S I SHEET 5 —��\ ��� I>\ I I I I \ 44 -: / 67 w I III — i-- — — — -- _ a Ir FIS I I� L 12� I.Ar�I— rel_ ,:%/+ < A lel CJ I .�;(1YI,I' Lki R „ N' 6' E 2 III I -------------- ------ /� `III �,--- --- VICINITY MAP 1 ^' ` .•If GJO$?�W / Lh/�/ .` 6J J ,/ OF TW AE 'v4 OF 7W NE 'v4 I (NO SCALE) r t 1r --T-- --T--� J ` s[ e6m 5iM ­A1v � ' �� I � 79TH ' ' rr v'� ? _ STREET 24 y z S HEET — — — — — NE 11 I BENCHMARKS I $ ii .. OF W AE 1/4 vOF TW 1 — ✓4 � __ __� 1. Minnesota Department of Transportation 1 ,;< Geodetic GSID Station No. 93813 (MnDot Name Golf). ELEVATION 974.529 —71 I r ''----- n Iael a, Ga City of Mo t I Wright County, MN Cl 1 Sections 23, 24 and 26, Township 121 N, Range 25 W I r` 3890 pheasant Ridge Drive NE, MONTICELLO PROPERTIES 1 hereby rertify that this plan specification print Name Thomas R Balluff L 5 DRAWN BY: bis Revisions N 0 175 350 700 ( SCALE IN FEET ) C� Car�SOn su Suite 100 or •environmental Blaine, MN 55449 reportwaaprepared bymeorunder my /y� HAVEN RIDGE EXISTING CONDITION r Idlre supervislonandchatlamaduly Signature: AOQP _A?411// IISSUEDAM: 4/5/191 I 7308 As en Lane, Suite 114 I Monticello, Minnesota I INDEX SHEET I McCain I .engineering phone: (763) 489-7900 ensed Land Surveyorder p rveying Fax: (763) 489-7959 the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 40361 FILE NO: 1644 Brooklyn Park, M N, 55428 / www.carisonmccaln.com 1 Vnes,i°al-1o6°,i°56-moiroceiiu o­roes,<ne cse­,p p-.1 --n ewg I3 /f38 Northwest corner of Section -,x nrpa,cw"ry o,•, North line of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest 24, Township 121, Range 25 \ r'"r o-�u =y - � Quarter o/ Section 24, Township 121, Range 25 ---_—__ ------ ------ - --- ------------------------------ r--------- —T 'j II _North line o/ the Northeast Quarter of the Northwest r er 1 1 Quarter o/ Section 24, township 121, Range 25 North Quarter of Section--� 24, Township 121, Range 25 7 A V 1 V `f1 West hne of the Northwest Qaorter af- \ the Northwest Quarter of Section 24, / Township 121, Range 25 1 OAND R kW"Y NELSON y p PD -21-100-242201 I I I OWNER \ / <� j ❑ ' \ I DAM R d )AMY NELSON PID:213-10o-242202 x I Z x _ I` A -}I� �JI ,3 -i <--IIILh-'II I,,,.111•"'I��i \ \\ ' b 1 rr II \ \\ 1 1 I sl FARMSTEAD AVE. j°y s — -- xv oWNM L ` o / \ ' I II ^ I I \ I\ \ �\ �°\\ I 000f%AS G ARNcluo I I `� /% W. 2r}100-24220) T /'\ I A/ A l 1 1 1 •I •1 / F-a� 1 �J I � / �}� I I \\\ '�\\\ I I 1 v rr Iv rl I I l �' \ y LEGEND ,® - Denotes Found/Set Judicial Land Mark, as noted CSA M OO - Denotes Wright County Monument, as noted \ \ I al J g I. 'r / \ \ Centerline of 85th Street NE as�Ls££ribed ,n---' \ \r 1"' ��� II / Monticello Town d Map per Doc NT�39048t-- \ 4 I • -Denotes Found Iron Monument �y 14 inch `�� _ rDenotes qebomarked inch thbRLS 40361 Denotes Light Pole Denotes Miscellaneous Sign Denotes Sanitary Manhole A I ATI T1AlAV1v 0 50 100 2001V/,r�" Z O - Denotes Storm Manhole ® -Denotes Catch Basin SCALE IN FEET) 0 - Denotes Flared End Section \ \Iii' l\ \ \ PAROL 1 - Denotes Hydrant \\\ rant - Denotes Gate \ ve "ll•J I ___ \�-____ 1 __�__—_�—__�__�_ \- _ Denotes Existi gIWNI �r j -� —T-- - Denotes Guy Wire - Denotes Utility Pole - Denotes Mail Bax I / l \ w \ u• I / S BENCHMARKS 8 - Denotes Telephone Box I / / / i t �ti `rw \\ \ I \ 1 1 1 1 1 1 •<ss M' \ I OWNfR I I I SHANNON L BYE ® — Denotes Television Box P0.2r3-loo-2423oa / / �l I I °\�\\ \ •\\ /°\�� ( 1 1 \ I I I ' I I w \\ ��, \\\ I 1. Minnesota Department ofo 93813a(MnDn ® -Denotes Hand Hole / ^\ ` \ Iy ^4 ,...,• I d \ "b \ Geodetic GSID Station No. 83813 MnDot Name Golf). O -Denotes Electric Meter ELEVATION - 974.529 O - Denotes Gas Meter Gic gyp,, 0 - Denotes Soil Boring/Test Hole °r \ 1 I I I 1 1 ` SRAWWW L BYE \ \ \\\ I - °° — °° - -Denotes Underground Electric \ ;< 1 - e — e - - Denotes Underground Gas i< w _ P' , < A wD:zu-loo-z4zwD \ \ \ g \ �� /G7 \ I / I I y \ „• �` \\ \ a° \ `\ w \ w• \ 1 I \ A ' .r \\ °^• - Denotes Overhead Electric I / / \ �� \ / ii IfI "\ /\ "\ABA•\ 1 1 \ t ' I L\ I / r - � �' L13 I I Ir � ` °� `"• � � \ �` �°� <�• \ �� 1 II t 1 \ ` \ ' \\ � — t -- -Denotes Wt—.In _Denotes Sanitary Sewer Denotes Storm Sewer °N89°22'37"E«e \\\ r 414.90 \ I\�\ I r �� - Denotes Existing Fence as noted \\/ / _ I I \ s° °'° �\ �\ µ• \ \ \ �� I / i �A° - Denotes Gravel Surface isl 1 A Denotes Concrete Surface II I / `r �° \ �• \ `"' �` \ �° \� \ °'�\ \ /Iii"� / �� \�� - Denotes Bituminous Surface /A I Denotes Wetlands that were delineated by O I WETLAND \\ \\\ �\ \ w \ %oq ' \ �� -L� / j V y $ I Kjolhaug Environmental Services Inc. in 2018. — — — — — I I L`," \ � I � \ I r `"° \ \ "r � � `"•� � °}° \ �� \ \ \ � �`.�, / /// / r<"« ""< � ,p � I / � / -Denotes Existing 2 Ft. Contour Ii -i \ 1 \�'• ' \� \` I fy\ \ `I\�/ o '° fag C/ A A I — — • 1 4 �� "" v\'n` w 1 1 \ <n ` �sl w�� u^ -; 1 \ n I V \7 L_ \ gDenotes Existing 10 Ft. Contour 3890 Pheasantidg.Ave' E, ^ / Car�SOn as Blaie,M Ihere-ycasprearedbylmeor ndeyrmy Prin[Name: Thomas R.Balluff.L.S. DRAWN BY: bjs Reviaiana: MONTICELLO PROPERTIES HAVEN RIDGE t •environmental Blaine, MN 55449 reportwaisionandthameorundermy I I I I I EXISTING CONDITIONS I of eireckaapervi:ion andknatlamaamy s�gnatare:iPs%/ ISSUE DATE: 4/5/19 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 Monticello, Minnesota McCain I . sti-eying Phone: (763) 489-7900 Licensed Land Surveyor under p rveying Fax: (763)489-7959 the lawsoftheStateofMinnesota Date. 4/5/19 cense #. 40361 FILE NO: 1644 Brooklyn Park, MN, 55428 / 38 / www.carlsonmccaln.com y zir Veaa\ra4r-YoSo\YosS-monnceoo o,aoenies\cae caekurvey\tl oat\Yost excon inset ewg T\ 1 � A 1 �� 7 • ``' \ � �• \ \ �` \�� v � � ro� � \ �� ..m. ,�ii/� A� � -\ ���\ I 1 / 1 I V `►g\ j/ °'°\ w•�a• �� \\\a°� \`l•`§e/F� e /i / /J°'"��� \� a`�� sTi I A II- � I I I I \ a• \/* "" \ /�y \ � \ \ a. `21 WETLAND 60 sw— "391 11113 \ \ / \✓ 1 \ 4a \ \a.H \r 9ss�� \ �.\1 I �1(1v BARBARA 00-2401GRIEN 40 9Ip'I9I¢� \\ 1 C `y'I 1,�'(/,' �^ 1v I wy l'ID:213-100-242400 aiiIwII Iw \ 1 \\ '� ?I If /M� / �III Iz \ I \\ n---eax---J I� �• // \ \\� \ IP� \ \ J I /A \ ( /—\ //� �-- �•\��\ 1�1 �u h lit --L---� —�—�'? I�III� a crr �`\�\ I�Yc I----' / �— / \ PARCEL a� / /% Im. s a / J l 0/ �64 \ \ \ �°— �/ I I / // � ` / � \ a• \ \ „ \ Tr sw I � "--7 �1 \ ` _�I J II/ // / � `\ � 1 \ I� �•` $33°1 04" �•h, J;�1 . of I �� 1 /� ► I III i , �// \ --------C��69.a0 ass'.-. ,/ / ! utnwesterly ngnt of way in 0 85i R=2080523 w, /IA/ A 1 v I I 1 [j yl / 4/ {il /st Pee NE per nnonuceuo Town k\hd \\ \ \: 174.88 og i T 'I Ma Document No. 390488 \ i i= 8 WETLAND I 1 I V n l I ; ' _��---„ .� p II rner of the \\\\ a• sone [ascnenl prs wonxcNlo iown�� V. I --Southeast Quarter Northwest sone wap ooa„me..e xo asoaee s1s\ /'- I I V , l \ \_S.uth line of the NortMvest Quarter off 1 l/ I / / \ Ouorter of section 24, Township �I r �' \� � _- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 ction 24, Township 21, Range 25 1121, Range 25 n_ sood ca:em.„i .r wwi - -1.>, ` `ewap_p,.Lxo`_ --- i a�.,a�-- 85TH STREET NE `�t-'------------_ �� _ 449�e,lme ���/' _ _----------- J----------a—a--y ---------------- _ _- — - r ----L— �\ w — saswo'o7'w wr..> 1 \ -f'=. ——� ----- -� — y T — ,� C, m, Northwlest Quorter.a of the S f Section 24, North f the N th ast Qu�rter ) 1 f 0 rw,c�lme- / --of tI/ Southeast QyartsS�ftnon / \�}� �ntt 1 1 1 i1` WETLAND / / ite 1 8 I II P 9e I // Y\\ 23, —ship 121 (Range 25 I \ 4e �J ) ownshi 121, Ran 25 \ -85TH E NE Jsa� \� i�\ \ ;. \ / \ \\�� a ;/'j� p 'ij� i /7 e` I LEGEND \ ✓_ / / / / / \ I \I7 Iii �� \ \ �\ ``�' Denotes Found/Set Judicial Land Mark, as noted «eB Denotes Wright County Monument, as noted 11 \ / I % 1 \ \� / / / / • - Denotes Found Iron Monument F NI - Denotes 5/8 Inch by 14 Inch A I / I � '1` \ / owwFR rebar, marked with RLS 40361 SEAN i A JODY L I -Denotes Light Pole 2f3 -100-2N102 12113-100-2Q102f02 / A\ - Denotes Miscellaneous Sign wE \ �C •C 11 \ 'l A \ \ �; i ,a� \ (� �`a✓ �/ ,LAND >u -Denotes SanitaryManhole rm n V;\ -Denotes StoManhole / A ;� 3 I ®a, ® - Denotes Catch Basin �1 1 4 •"! \ o -Denotes Flared End Section - Denotes Hydrant -Denotes Gate II Salve 1 \� I - Denotes Existing Well _a6z— � 1 � � -'' � �� l I I \ I:IJ I wyu -Denotes Guy Wire �_— — y /--� r ) \ 1\ "` I \ FL `o, - Denotes Utility Pole 1.�ese- / WETLAND I I ( \-�asa-`J II \ I o - Denotes Mail Box -\ 1 0 (East bre of the West Half of -��^_ �� the Southwest Quarter of — — — — — — _ — — _ I O - Denotes Telephone Box l\ ����/Section 24, Township 121, -J Range 25 ® - Denotes Television Box Denotes Hand Hole ��se- —LAND-' ' \ ��_ —' n �•`� '"'- / �— �1 ,� / I O -Denotes Electric Meter \`� i `\----_\ \� \ WETLAND �_ BENCHMARKS O - Denotes Gas Meter i CS 1. Minnesota Department of Transportation 0 - Denotes Soil Bormg/Test Hole / WETLAND r \ \ \ / / / \\ \I Geodetic GSID Station No. 93813 (MnDot - „9 — „9 = - Denotes Underground Electric is Name Golf). I \' 1 �� \ v / / \ �/ \� / �• - Denotes Underground Gas \ ` �2 �, I r` '- \\ \ \ / / _ � I / r \ � / ELEVATION � 974.529 I(V \ J -Denotes Overhead Electric — \ Line parluwith the South bne of f/IJf; // '-WETLAND / \ ---- WE ND Normeast q or r of the southeast Quar f II/ "-�� v �� // �+ \ --'-= I' -Denotes Watermain ( - Denotes Sanitary Sewer /''1 `\ i Section 2 \Tow ship 121, Ranae 25 \ / _(-_"� Denotes Storm sewer 1 2.84 "��' "� 1114 N ( /�`/ South line of the North 854�feet ofDenotes Existing Fence as noted TNO the Northwest Quarter of Sectio 24, \ \ $89°04'19"W> / Township 127, Range 25 \Denotes Gravel Surface Denotes Concrete Surface 1 CJ I - Denotes Bituminous Surface e«tr ?I li� `'1' I e� j�—"`I - Denotes Wetlands that were delineated by nC 1 �,V Kjolhaug Environmental Services Inc. in 2018. AI t. it. 1/ r l/1 s I I ro 0 50 100 200 LIJ Denotes Existing 2 Ft. Contour 1VV c��'\ pWwTMRYN 106 N I 1 °' I L) A f,/� f 7 / 9 TM P,PRa�yt�Z� I I ' (SCALE IN FEET) 1 r1 1 VI 1,2 L_ -Denotes Existing 10 Ft. Contour I_ I I I 890 pheasant Ridge Drive NE, / Car�SOn eu site loo (hereby certify that this plan, spetifcation Print Name: Thomas R.Ballu,L.S. DRAWN BY: Is Revisions: MONTICELLO PROPERTIES HAVEN RIDGE . environmental Blaine, MN ssaa9 report 'as prepared by me or under my ��/ 7308 AS en Lane, Suite 114 of Glrensupervision Surveyru that under aduly 61gna[ure: ISSUEDATE: 4/5/19 Monticello, Minnesota McCain(.engineering Phone: (763)489-7900 LlceneeuLandSurve der p EXISTING CONDITIONS rveying Fax: (763) 489-7959 the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 40361 FILE NO: 1644 Brooklyn Park, MN, 55428 / 38 ]'a�'705­ www.carlsonmccaln.com r Voee\7041-1010\7056-monuuia omaerou 1csd�vun \xcon rout dwg LEGEND I I—T---—L---J a - Denotes Found/Set Judicial Land Mark, as noted - Denotes Guy Wire -->--->- - Denotes Sanitary Sewer — .w-1 Z I O• - Denotes Wright County Monument, as noted `q - Denotes Utility Pole » - Denotes Storm Sewer • - Denotes Found Iron Monument o - Denotes Mail Box - Denotes Existing Fence as noted O - Denotes 5/8 inch by 14 inch rebar, marked with RLS 40361 O -Denotes Telephone Box- Denotes Gravel Surface 61- -Denotes Light Pole ® -Denotes Television Box - Denotes Concrete Surface Ir��r] 11 - Denotes Miscellaneous Sign p - Denotes Hand Hole I ,_ g _(] O - Denotes Sanitary Manhole o - Denotes Electric Meter -Denotes Bituminous Surface II— �� & �.�.._ EARMHILL O -Denotes Storm Manhole o - Denotes Gas Meter e y LN t I - Denotes Wetlands that were delineated b ] i ®�® -Denotes Catch Basin 0 -Denotes Soil Boring/Test Hole Kjolhoug Environmental Services Inc. in 2018. I (rr') [] - Denotes Flared End Section - "°— "°- -Denotes Underground Electric �/ - Denotes Existing 2 Ft. Contour j II - Denotes Hydrant - - Denotes Underground Gas / ^ — — WETLAND Nortnwest comer of the oa -Denotes Gate Volve - Denotes Overhead Electric qr, / - Denotes Existing 10 Ft. Contour west Half of the Southeast--_ I an--- - Denotes Watermain Ouerterof Section 23, I • -Denotes Existing Well -`m -� e- — �— - N. a°•d o o°=•mUe N• ssoaae \ Township 121, Range 25 �iez� —�s — - _—__—__— aw-=a..r C --- _-az----- � e --- � 1� t I a e of the Wet alf ship o 9e e a"y e°.e + Orth lin uarIV ' I t ------------ - o/ the Southeast 0 ----- 1�--------------- --T— o-��'°�,,\` 1� �ae1-1 — 1123rth�li of he North /--e6i„e•---- ------ / - \mac, -ae� — -- I'I II\ e- r of Stion \ e w %I\ ----�_pq�---'F-- To to �1 )f'e` /\ f t\Som/ R - ---- L----------ir z I N 85TH STR NE I I I �Z--wE1LAND� �N / �� te=e m ' I11 III . / r -of Section 23. P o I\I III II I S L 21. Range 25 /Igp'�I�II,II� M7N1NY F BANYAI IJ I mnB" b� __ — — qy2 \ / / I / / J53 2 AI,�, III \\•\ \ II\ —/ I tp \ J / }, \\ PID:213-100-233101 N J ')j H I\ 1` V \1Z ( \ \ yf-a,PARCELz � I \�,//—' \ \ I \\ \ I \ >� 1� I/ u� \t I\\ \�\I,Cesn \ ,fftC I! / 1� I'I v°'0�'� bl �� � �✓ //'— �.� � \\--�/ \\\ /tel � j\, \\\ . ;Il �� � _,�4� , � �� J e------__—a<z--,I1 /�� 9 _ �4_ ,t 1 I Imo--asses/� � � ND I�•C _w=e r -- ( �c.R f1 1 ,rd• „•• % / ^ — — I II I Ik _,�z I 1 `✓ l ' WETLANDw. „EROLD A Pro:z1UNs-fRoo-2EDT REV 331001RUSi I 1�1 �/� / I / \ \ I —, II tgg:AW�ne \\ WETLAND-' € W / IAI h 1 ... 1 1 1 �i / ri -1 _— —5s/ _� / •gB�' III f 1 1 / 1 1 A i / / \ une Par�I 1 wnn the soltn hne of ne / 2Sectneastlo�or rip the seut� f / Section 2333 To ship 121, Range i I I 82:8 r I South line of the North 54 06 feel X�-fw.e•im. I I N' Townshi 121, Ran 25 \/ Si5 9 41 W i O the Nortipw 121 Quart r of Section `� �� o �e �-856—��\ Ih\ \ o I if coos I ! a c l $NA�Zynos :;11'7 wo \ \I I I ! BENCHMARKS =I // \� \ \ }I I II I I j 1. Minnesota Department W Transpo(talion rt I 1 \ \ \ I\ \ I TI zl Geodetic GSID Station No. 93813 MnDot II I I 1 I I Name Golf). South line of ortheast of Quarter ELEVATION - 974529 -the Southeast the QuarNter of Section 23, Townshi- 121 R­90 25---------------__------------__ —III I - -!-------- ----- -- i-----------------------�---- !------\\--�-aeo 1 �; - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - II A ✓ r I h�� 'I 1 �•m , No zo`,sa3,= �� I / I �(� \ — a _ r W r t o zoo° fly I r= 66. gni i - YARK JNNOLKER OWNER JEROLD A UNREDT REV TRUST 1' I I ' -> \ I I I I PID:21.1-100-131100 PID:213-100-234403 I \ A Iq� 0 SI 1 i0 20� WTLAND •t II r v ttt �V ItVI V L a.l I �, o'er (SCALE i; ZII 3890 Pheasant Ridge Dnve NE, / 0McWhi Car�SOnau suitelooerebyrertiythatthisplan,spetifcation Prm[Name: Thomas R.BalIuB,LS. DRAWN BY: bIs Revielonl MONTICELLO PROPERTIESHAVEN RIDGE�7V� , • environmental Blaine, MN report was preparedbyme or under my ��j� ISSUEDATE: 4/5/19 7308 As en Lane, Suite 114 OP direct supervision and that l am aduly signature: Y5(;w Monticello, Minnesota .engineering Phone: (763)489-7900 LicensedLandSurve der P EXISTING CONDITIONS rveying Fax: (763) 489-7959 the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 40361 FILE NO: 1644 Brooklyn Park, MN, 55428 / 38 / www. carisonmccaln.com e i, V° \7111-1061\7116-monduiiu pmperou 1,1dpunrey\]I p piat\1016-excon rout dwg D r. II I l II/' lI -West line of the We�Half --Southeast Qu r# o/ Section 23, A 1 rC .KROLD A P10:21100-UNPEDT REV 1RUSi l �/ l� S i'� Township 121, Range 25 3-234403 West Poght Way ane of Eisele Avenue N per _____ ^ Monticello Town Road Map Document No 390488 �� � i / \\\ PARCEL2 l /lrs / I� -- \\ / \ i --� �I, \ C r n IA AI 11 IVj ✓ 1 I I L IvWro 96 I s , C i I / 1 / � / \ /`a � I \ \ i �, II OwwER: It DWw—a- 1I / NANCY C FiPESEN REV P:Usi I / M.213-100-233401 L' / ��aBB"� 712111 A,v // 'r/ I �"����'� ase- �// // / I ✓ // ___� //` d pll� \ \ \ / ,tom c 00", \ \ \ ` — Jlaa / -/ / — / / \ a \ ` \ I _ I P JANE C 00-23 US _ ,� --` `\ / / � I \ I atr I X PID:YI3-100-231100 / o / OWNER: �� PID. 213-100-233400 / �qWETLAND A IN I C7 Ip I / — — — — — au. South line of the Southeast �\ /1 I V \7 L_ L / Northwest corner of the 56 \\ I `/'' WETLAND \ 1 \� �/ I Quarter o/ the Southeast-, y1 awwEs: /I/ I South One o/ the west Half of the `, i Quarter o/ Section 23, -38.15 Northwest Quarter of the 'l I / / CARY A k MA"A GERZEMA \ I -Southeast Quarter o/ Section 23, Township 121, Range 25 I $ B'01�58"W / PID:2f3-100-23.H02 Northeast Quarter of Section-� I i Township 121, Range 25 ,r< / % �/ __________----------------- 26, Townslu 121, Range 25 / "--�--,t � ( I aJE ala elle I^V �rvE// 1 "' 1 OWNER. I1y+� 'e' J r i li I'll JANE C C 2%Ul6 �/) � / I P10:11.1-100-261101 T 1 J I v I I ns iP gage /I To 134 80 W owwea: o M 1 g 4°53 p6M PID 21J f0�0-N�1201 o I IMM� to G $T South line of the North Hol/ of I �`\ m � appAr��r%y ra _the Northeast Quarter of the I J r I I.jj1 / Northeast Qugrter, Section 26, y' I I f Township 121, Ron 25 West line of the North half e- i 1 N i P 9e the Northeast Quarter of ecthe---'— Northeast he__, __.,, 1 ------1------------------- ------------------ Northeast Quarter of Section ' 26, Township 1v, Range 25 '(f ---- — — 79TH STREET NE — — — — — — _ /} t Midpoint on the West line f the Northwest LEGEND '® - Denotes Found/Set Judicial Land Mark, as noted O - Denotes Wright County Monument, as noted • - Denotes Found Iron Monument O - Denotes 5/8 Inch by 14 inch i a rebelr, marked with RLS 40361 >tiY - Denotes Light Pole I - Denotes Miscellaneous Sign O - Denotes Sanitary Manhole O - Denotes Storm Manhole ® or ® - Denotes Catch Basin BENCHMARKS - Denotes Flared End Section v - Denotes Hydrant w - Denotes Gate Valve ^ - Denotes Existing Well -i Ir- - Denotes Guy Wire `g - Denotes Utility Pole o - Denotes Moil Box 11 - Denotes Telephone Box ® - Denotes Television Box p - Denotes Hand Hole o - Denotes Electric Meter O - Denotes Gas Meter 0 - Denotes Soil Boring/Test Hole — •• ••— - Denotes Underground Electric — s — w — - Denotes Underground Gas ro• - Denotes Overhead Electric ----- — - Denotes Watermain --->--->- - Denotes Sanitary Sewer » - Denotes Storm Sewer Revisions: - Denotes Existing Fence as noted engineering I • I - Denotes Gravel Surface 0 - Denotes Concrete Surface ISSUE DATE: a/5/19 - Denotes Bituminous Surface McCain - Denotes Wetlands that were delineated by the Northeast Quarter of Section 26, T h' 121 R 25 KMhoug Environmental Services Inc. in 2018. Date: 4/5/19 License #: 40361 - Denotes Existing 2 Ft. Contour / 1 %1 \i / - Denotes Existing 10 Ft. Contour ns iP gage /I To 134 80 W owwea: o M 1 g 4°53 p6M PID 21J f0�0-N�1201 o I IMM� to G $T South line of the North Hol/ of I �`\ m � appAr��r%y ra _the Northeast Quarter of the I J r I I.jj1 / Northeast Qugrter, Section 26, y' I I f Township 121, Ron 25 West line of the North half e- i 1 N i P 9e the Northeast Quarter of ecthe---'— Northeast he__, __.,, 1 ------1------------------- ------------------ Northeast Quarter of Section ' 26, Township 1v, Range 25 '(f ---- — — 79TH STREET NE — — — — — — _ /} t Midpoint on the West line f the Northwest ---- -----------------------N ► A\� N I I Section Hol/ of the Northeast Quarter-- II ll nr rl Ir n Ir a / n� TI Ic n /r �iL If�L 1vL 1/ter vl 1r�L IVL i a 26, Township 121, Range 25 No I I { til PID:213-100-28/100 PARCEL'3 - �I I�h Range 25 BENCHMARKS I'I3 $9"W 4,1 ^ ` S89'04'1 >uLL j II -i Ir- Vlr TI Ir A Ir I fTL 1VL Geodetic GSID Station No. 93813 (MnDat C, €` VF �\ 0 50 100 200 Name Goll). WETLAND 1VV 1 ✓ �I WETLAND Alol I (SCALE IN FEET ) line of Eisele Avenue NE as described in Monticello Town Road Map Document No 390488 �_�-lM■� , •environmental C� Cgr�SOn 38911 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, SU"a 100 Blaine, MN 55449 'l 1 hereby certify that this plan, specification or report was prepared by me or under my direct I duly Print Name: Thomas R. BaIIuP, L.S. may] �-/ per Revisions: ���///��� engineering I • I Phone: (763) 489-7900 I supervision and that am a Licensed Land Surveyor West line of the Northwest Quarter of ISSUE DATE: a/5/19 McCain rveying surveying the Northeast Quarter of Section 26, T h' 121 R 25 under the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 40361 r to / 1 ns iP gage /I To 134 80 W owwea: o M 1 g 4°53 p6M PID 21J f0�0-N�1201 o I IMM� to G $T South line of the North Hol/ of I �`\ m � appAr��r%y ra _the Northeast Quarter of the I J r I I.jj1 / Northeast Qugrter, Section 26, y' I I f Township 121, Ron 25 West line of the North half e- i 1 N i P 9e the Northeast Quarter of ecthe---'— Northeast he__, __.,, 1 ------1------------------- ------------------ Northeast Quarter of Section ' 26, Township 1v, Range 25 '(f ---- — — 79TH STREET NE — — — — — — _ /} t Midpoint on the West line f the Northwest ---- -----------------------N ► A\� N Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section Hol/ of the Northeast Quarter-- OWNER. JANE C100-281ho 26, Township 121, Range 25 I I I Se the Northeast Quarter, Section 26, Township 121, i 1 B { til PID:213-100-28/100 Range 25 BENCHMARKS 1. Minnesota Department of Transportation 1 /e) -i Ir- Vlr TI Ir A Ir I fTL 1VL Geodetic GSID Station No. 93813 (MnDat C, €` VF �\ 0 50 100 200 Name Goll). I ELEVATION = 974.529 I (SCALE IN FEET ) �_�-lM■� , •environmental C� Cgr�SOn 38911 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, SU"a 100 Blaine, MN 55449 'l 1 hereby certify that this plan, specification or report was prepared by me or under my direct I duly Print Name: Thomas R. BaIIuP, L.S. may] �-/ DRAWN BY: Itis Revisions: ���///��� engineering I • I Phone: (763) 489-7900 I supervision and that am a Licensed Land Surveyor signature: .ff<� w/ ISSUE DATE: a/5/19 McCain rveying surveying Fax: (763) 489-7959 under the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 40361 FILE NO: 1644 %1 \i www.carlsonmccaln.com ai r Voes�,oa,-1oso�7o55 - monecello oi000rou�`nd n171sb_e.con lout dwg 136.56 Southwest corner of the North 5 $Bg°D1.3„W ---- -----------------------N Raod P a� .nI wo 3ea as --- Hol/ of the Northeast Quarter-- OWNER. JANE C100-281ho I Se the Northeast Quarter, Section 26, Township 121, i 1 B { til PID:213-100-28/100 Range 25 1 1 /e) -i Ir- Vlr TI Ir A Ir I fTL 1VL 'I / 4 I C, €` VF f1L I East line of the Northwest Quarter of-' 1 the Northeast Section 26, ¢per Quarter o/ 1 Township 121, Range 25 1 n Southeast corner of the Northwest 1 YF 1 Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of - %1 \i Sect— 26, Township 121, Range 25 MONTICELLO PROPERTIES I HAVEN RIDGE I I 7 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 EXISTING CONDITIONS of Brooklyn Park, MN, 55428 Monticello, Minnesota / 38 $ 6a _ -I IVL I/'r ISI I I I��I $ F:�TFdEl.1T P. I I I I I BO I IY 11 14 / I L/e ✓VI IAVIY - Northline of the _ West Half f the - North line of the Norl Southeast Quarter of puarter of the South, n 23 Townshi Sectio tion 23 P Quarter of Sec 121, Range 25 Township 121, Range r n l u A I 1 1 I J 4; 7 4 85TH STREE' 1 v VV I v J FT 1 1 12 u J - __ - i-------- + ---- 1eFO}I 29 �I33 d. SHEET 15-v` L- +1 z owrveR: vol •• j �� = JEROLD A UNAEDT REV TRUST OUTLOT N _ `a z 30° 129 oa_ S.: i4 `; I 32 3 -- SSHE�ET/ I - - - - - - - - - --i- / Jam" / 7 ; Northwest corner of Section North line of the Northwest Quarter o 24, Township x121, Range 25-1 1, the Northwest Quarter of Section 24, (cast it ent) Township 121, Range 25 on-__ ----- •t NJ L V T 1 V IV IN+ owNeR: 1825 `' /,+. I I I� ^ OAPID 213-1100-21 Z01� I Y IIIc I o I f North line of the Northeast Quarter (Similar to Adjacent Properties) (.7 '-of the Northwest Quarter of Section ' V"S"89°04'19"W962.6r I 1� I 1T��'C]3 589°1007W 24, Township 121, Range 25 line of the West half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 24, (Similar to Adjacent Properties) Section--' --South line of the North 854 O6 feet .A rll North Quarter corner of 24, Township 121, Range 25 (Not to Scale) $i I I �� (cast Iran monumat) I CORNER: OWNER. DAVID R &JUDY NELSON 1130565 0ASSV1-jp0�2�jo3 Oso° Ron,, 5 Ran 25 RD:2/J-100-242202 TOTAL ROW All Ar. �1 DOUGLAS G ARNOLO PID:21.1-100-24220 \Qa W T 1 owrveR: _SHANNON L BYE \i9 %i -PI0:21Y100-242)00 r'I IY/ Al S 11 1 a 4 Irl _ ,�N89°22'37"E 414.90 0,N22 @6 A I %T O ��pp C• ' 9 3 �3 ,2 5 1 9 OY 6� l Y 4 me o�rl 6�- 3gg.65 X' �t talla \\TIIM1 1U ET a �V c` fill d PID 213-100--z s+oo o. ,.Melly (light of way_r / �I MEGAN A WARFIELD-KIMBALL ISth Street NE per _ I� ° R0:2f3-100-242302 U44/ T�)�?,p a iP w ".B.=S33°12'04"E 1 1 INUrtgr y1r ; C.L.=169,80 r Section 24, Township m A=48°02'57" OUTLET - �' R=208,53 ST 21, ange 2s 4� 85TH STREET C4 - 6Y� 174.68 - -�_ - - 447.97 w ,szu - -F - -- ---- Southwest Corner di the 889°10 07 W �.11 n I ;� L ` GI 1Northwest Quarter T 4 _ owrveR: 5ecbon 24, Townshi 12n� SEAN r & JODY L MONRY N mange 25 (cast iror� _ 3 PID:213-100-24)102 I onument) .r ( �„_ SHEET 12�1;IA Noe \ ;; - \ _ ua o7 OUTLET-(` J OWNER: u \ LOREN 1 OWEN 112/1-100-243101 SHEET 13� _ HAVEN RIDGE PARCEL OESCR/PACW. PARCEL 1: That art of the Northwest Quarter of Section 24 Township 121 Range 25 Wright Count Minnesota described as follows P � P 9 � 9 Y. , Commencing at the Northwest corner of said Northwest Quarter of Section 24, thence South 00 degrees 07 minutes 45 se .,ds West, assuming the West line of said Northwest Quarter bears South 02 degrees 06 mnutes 16 seconds West, 408 28 feet to the centerline of 85th Street NE as described is Monticello Town Road Map per Document No. 390488; thence North 48 degrees 18 minutes 15 seconds West, along the northwesterly extension of said centerline of 85th Street NE, 18 26 feet to the West line of said Northwest, and the point of beginning of the reel to be described' thence South 48 degrees 18 m nuts. 15 se onds East long said northwester) p n ning pa 9 c 9 Y extension of 85th Street NE, 18 26 feet, thence co tinuing South 48 degrees 18 mnutes 15 seconds East, along said centerline of 85th Street NE, 1302 04 feet; thence South 0 0 degrees 00 minutes 03 seconds East, 468.91 feet, a- or less, to the intersection with the westerly extension of the South line lying westerly of said centerlme If 85th Street NE of the parcel described in Certificate of TitleoNo. 6386.0, thence North 89 degrees 22 mmutes 37 seconds East, along said South line lying westerly of h said centerline of 85 Street NE id the reel described in Certificate of Title e. 63860 and its wester) extension 41490 feet to the southweslerl right of wayline of 85th Street NE as described in said Mon )cello Town Road Map per Document No. 390488, thence southeasterly and southerly, along said southwesterly right of waline of 851h Street NE to the South line of s id Northwest Quarter, thence South 89 degrees 10 minutes 01 s onds West, along id South line f the No, Quarter, 1773 52 feet to the Southwest <o er of said Northwest Quarter, thence North 02 degrees 0 6 minutes 16 seconds East, along the West line of said Northwest Quarter, 2239.29 feet to the point of beginning rn AND The North 85406 feet of the West half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 24, Township 121, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota PARCEL 2. The West half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 23, Township 121, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota AND That part of the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 23, Township 121, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota, lying northerly and westerly of the following described line Commencin at the Southeast cy r of said Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter, thence northerly, norther) alongthe East line of said Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter, 439 36 feet to the pointofbeginning of the line to be described; thence westerly, parallel with the South line of said Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter, to the westerly right of way line of Eisele Avenue NE, as described in Monticello Town Road Map per Document No 390488, thence southerly, along said westerly right of way line of Eisele Avenue NE, to the South line of said Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter and said line there terming Ung. AND That part of the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 23, Township 121, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota, lying West of the westerly right of way line of Eisele Avenue NE, as described in Monticello Town Road Map per Document No. 390488. PARCEL J That part of the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 26, Township 121, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota lying northerly of a line drawn southwesterly from a point oa the East line of said Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter distant 990.00 feet north of the southeast corner of said Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter to the midpoint of the West line of said Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter and said line there terminating AND That part of the North half of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 26, Township 121, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota, lying West of the centerline of Eisele Avenue NE, as described in Monticello Town Road Map per Document No. 390488 GENERAL NOBS 1) Bearings shown are based on the West line of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 24, Township 121, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota, which is assumed to bear S02°06'16"W. 2) Wetlands were delineated by K)olhaug Environmental Services Inc 3) Portions of Eisele Avenue NE and 85th Street NE, as described in Monticello Town Road Map per Doc No. 390488, are proposed to be vacated per city annexation and new roadway alignments Range 251LL1JLI` L �r'ti; - (Similar to Adjacent Properties) (.7 Rl - /Or-OOr V"S"89°04'19"W962.6r I 1� I 1T��'C]3 589°1007W ---East line of the West half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 24, (Similar to Adjacent Properties) =0$°10'11" N6 SV' µNEB L rplll I O A --South line of the North 854 O6 feet FRONT: Township 121, Range 25 (Not to Scale) $i I I �� Section 24,t To nshpw121, I CORNER: 20 FT. 1130565 0ASSV1-jp0�2�jo3 Oso° Ron,, 5 Ran 25 213.92 AC. TOTAL ROW All -30' MIN. REAR SETBACK ISouth line of the Northeast Quarter I of the Southeast Quarter of Section I *85.55 AC. OUTLOT A ti OUTLET I14 23, Township 121, Range 25 _-__--____J---------------- A455 AC. OUTLET D 11.86 AC. �t ♦1.64 AC. OUTLET F 14 86 AC. 12,000sf LOT AVERAGE We Right of Way line of II E•em°t ``\ ^ oc e seiq°� °Joon° V n m P I --Eisele Avenue N per unwell: 'L8 N0/°�}23�z N i Mon Ucello Town Road Map I 50 JEROLO A , REDT REV TRUST 1 _ Document No. 390488 , z O PID:21UN3-100-274403 ,.e IIT 1/ OWNEI / / 33 OUTLET N \ I27f o - U5 PIM J H I o< a D: zJ-foo I Ea"asn, ��r o« o en1 •� z sO K VI I owrveR: OWNER. / I N. ` '� I j MARK J HOLKER HANDY C FRIESEN REV TRUST �1If SHEET 7 v �/, P10:2,J-,DD_234i00 PI0:21J-100-23)901 JI`11C� c o'^ s _ I / I -('South line of the West w °' 28 I I mem I Half of the S the get 3 ry I!Q arler of Section 23, s �31°n PI021I-100-2))400 / I `Township 121, Range 25� 6 III O OWNER: / / I U ner a aoa metas, nu t rerG `r \ ` N O JANE C CORNEOUS Nortnwe'st r/�f- RD:2/J-100-234400 �\ OWNER: III Northwest Quarter oft Ile Sal Quarter of J A A 1 /Y [' ` C1 I GARY A ! LESIA-100 A GER2EMA RD:2/J-100-2)3401 j -Northeast Quarter of /Section 23, Township 66L n /V \7 L == - - I Section ecR.nionz26 (cast on izi. Rang s LI 33_.15 ---- ------------ __ -cm --- ' 389°51-5H W OWNER: U/i�viae ua JANE C CORNEOUS it WeAt line of the Northwest \ `1'7 I PIM213-,00-261101 F u0A1"i° --Quarter of the Northeast OUTLOT 0 117x_ I \1 Northeast corner of the arter of searaa 26, �4 IN ' I m. OF FE NE ✓4 OF FIE J4 Southeast Quarter of the /Townshi 121, Range 25 �'� I 1tAf- Center line of Eisele Avenue NE as '--Southeast Quarter of p 9 y INo--descnbed in Monticello Town Road I Section 23, Township y,WEp PM1ati �y, �� SHEET 18 A<t1 �17 oru,' Map per Document No. 390488 127, Range 25 A s I N=04°44'05" 6J a 011 I n 1 ' 1 _�R=1828,66 Ri..'R Z I I i I 9 _- 151.11 ar 3A5' 0 329.55. . a j _192.80 TFi r 06"W , N00°1746 W , ,L,-m--S11i6'16"W------_ I STRERI ir'E �% hl ,} 74°53 West line of the North - - - -- tYl IV 5 (`�' half of the Northeast-%„� r-- - ------ m 54 - .( ^/ VV I `)` Carrier f the Northeast v`f?d 136. South line of the North Half of 1 Midpoint on the West line of-� �1I(]� /�` }�•� -the Northeast Quarter of the �1x /6� the Northwest Quarter of the TJltlr��f11//( r(rll, �C�o Ra"T 35'W Northeast Quarter, Section 26, / Northeast Quarter of Section I i Al .�1 I Township 121, Range 25 / 26, Township 121, Range 25 `( 15 '✓1 OF TFf NE '✓4 OF THE NE 1/4 I I ` t RD:213-,00-261201 I C CORNELIUS R4 1I East line of the Northwest JANE C CORNEOUS / carrier fI `Y`_Quarter of the Northeast PID:213-,00-261,00 Southeast c of the Northwest `p I Quarter of Section e II Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of - (1; Township 121, Range 25 n i - I Section 26, Township 121, Range �a 1 61 �I Southwest corner of the Northwest p°°e uao °°°mml rv° asoaea �+�1TI 1 Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of--'' i 1 A �V �0 Section 26, Township 121, Range 25 �II \ ^ i 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, (� Carlson SUIte 100 1 hereby certify that this plan, specification Print Name: Thomas R. Behalf, L.S. DRAWN BY: KCM Revisions: • environmental Blaine, MN 55449 report was prepared by me or under my/Yl �j/ ISSUE DATE: 4/5/19 McCaw - Phone: (763) 489-7900 direct supervision and that I am o duly signature: ffSC w McCain I • SU eased and Surveyor under rveying Fax: (763) 489-7959 the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #; 40361 FILE NO: 1644 / www.carlsonmccan.<om ail V°esl7.r-7.66176..-monacell° omoeroesl<nd c.d<,sunreylp plaa7666ym Index d, 0 175 350 700 ( SCALE IN FEET ) 10,000sf LOT MINIMUM I - (Similar to Adjacent Properties) 30' FRONT (Not to Scale) SETBACROWK 5 FT. 30' MIN. REAR 20 FT. CURB LOT SETBACK DATA FRONT: 30 FT. SIDC. 10 FT. REAR: 30 FT. CORNER: 20 FT. SITE DATA TOTAL SITE ARE' 213.92 AC. TOTAL ROW All 37.08 AC. TOTAL OUTLOT AREA *85.55 AC. OUTLOT A +0.95 AC. OUTLET I14 00 AC. OUTLOT C A455 AC. OUTLET D 11.86 AC. OUTLOT E ♦1.64 AC. OUTLET F 14 86 AC. OUTLOT C 118 22 AC. OUTLET H 10.32 AC. OUTLOT I 12.10 AC. OUTLET J Al 89 AC. OUTLOT K Al 37 AC. OUTLOT L 10.69 AC. OUTLOT f' A7.08 AC. OUTLET N •9.17 AC. OUTLET 0 k25 85 AC. TOTAL LOT AREA *91.29 AC. SMALLEST LOT +2,431 S. F. LARGEST LOT +28,966 S. F. AVERAGE LOT +24,396 S. F. TOTAL NUMBER OF LOTS 335 GROSS DENSITY 1.57 LOTS/AC. EXISTING ZONINC------------- -UNKNOWN PROPOSED ZONING R1, RA, R3, PUD UTIUTIE" •.VAILABLE MONTICELLO PROPERTIES 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 Brooklyn Park, MN, 55428 RA - 90'-100' FRONT HOUSE:- (Similar to Adjacent Properties) FRONT GARAGES --------------- (Not to Scale) SIDC. 5 FT. 30' MIN. REAR 20 FT. SETBACK 16,0000 LOT CORNER: AVERAGE 14,0 Oaf LOT -- MINIMUM i 30' FRONT SETBACK - ROW CURB LOT SETBACK DATA FRONT: '/0 FT. S IDaI. 10 FT. REAR: "0 FT. CORNER: LO FT. VICINITY MAP R3 - LOT DETAIL (Not to Scale) ISI m 10 MIN. REAR SETBACK 5 MIN. SIDES 20' MIN. SETBACK BETWEEN UNITS J30' MIN. FRONT SETBACK TO GARAGE 25' MIN. FRONT SETBACK TO HOUSE LOT SETBACK DATA FRONT HOUSE:- 30 FT. FRONT GARAGES --------------- 25 FT. SIDC. 5 FT. DISTANCE BETWEEN BUILDINGS: 20 FT. REAR: 10 FT. CORNER: 25 FT. (NO SCALE) N ss �'s asm sr el City of Monticello, Wright County, MN Section 23, 24, & 26, Township 121 N, Range 25 W HAVEN RIDGE Monticello, Minnesota PROPOSED DRAINAGE AND UTILITY EASEMENTS AR_ SHOWN THUS: I I II s -yl t II II II _--A----JL------L being 5 feet in width, and adjoining aide lot lines, and 10 feet in width and adjoining right of way lines and rear lot lines unless otherwise shown on this plat. LEGEND Denotes Found/Set Judicial Land Mark, as noted O - Denotes Wright County Monument, as noted • - Denotes Found Iron Monument O - Denotes 5/8 inch by 14 inch rebar, marked with RLS 40361 p 8 PRELIMINARY PLAT INDEX of 38 -- r- T�°of---------,------------- ---------------------------------- -Nownesi -------------------- 1 / I _ Sec tion o24'm oo Township North Ime of the Northwest Quarter 121, Range 25 –of the Northwest Quarter of Section (cast it n n ent) 24, Township 121, Range 25 ___West line of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest \ Quarter of Section 24, Township 121, Range 25 \ / I I 1� ♦\ \\/ I iry♦ I\ L_ V 1 I V I V � `Yf - - - ----� Iz \\ I I t�_ �- I Iia � ♦\ I IAC IEg w I �x \\ I e 50 -�t----� - zR° i I w FZ IZN 128,966 sq.ft. m°jv// A \\\' 0 2550 100 I I nC I I m l /'/1 VtYAY I/ `r ////^\\ \\\\ I SCALE IN FEET ) I I 60 /1 LEGEND J t //// / \°' I=�rrn 5o 15 2 1 / / /'/' \ = °o L/// 317.136 aq.rt. �p/ \� \\ T /l IA/ Al v 1 f 1 'D 7 2 7 . YY 1 V �� I I 1 L Iz ® –Denotes Found Judicial Land Mark, as noted Cepp car , I;,t I �� /'/' /'// \\ s \ o - Denotes Wright County Monument, as noted lYIYIJIE_A- 4Yr �C n / / \�0 \ • - Denotes Found Iron Monument r L../ 3 / / \ \ 14 inch 314,400 sq.fL ° /'/' \\ \\\ I— — — — — — — eb.r,Denotemarked lnwthch bRLS 40361 So\ % 3 '/' / / ice\ ♦♦\ 60 I so II I A F I I \ °\ tla.aoo aq.H. o//// � 'JD F♦ I I t4 0 I �D: 6 a ARN�D I RIDz1s-1ao-24z203 0\ ±14,400 aq.H. 6 Roa^P^ I I ±14,400 aq.k. ±25.291 I I I \ \ \ 4 q.H. 01. ♦\ °�°°°F \ eO° \ r' ±14.400 aq.H. JDA/ $ °° \\ I / yoe O / ±14,400 q.ft. I \ \ 1 I ±22.3/14 aq.ft. \ \ \ �` ^n/'o ` 0 o \ \ s X16 \e\\ /il ��tV/ ^�l \�\ \ //// / \\ °o ±14,400 q.k. ♦\ b ala \ �O\ / / oi'//' \\ o ro0 \ D A Ar- .� \ I I w l l o = 3 w o \ r / ±14,400 sq.H. \� •7 _ 1 0 ±19,711 e9.ft. 1 ±18.060 aq.k. r / \s°° \ ° \ / / 4'gso \ �y°n° r \ 513 H \ \ / /r / r \\ao ssJa\ so°\ // / ±1a.aoo aq.. 9oq / ^ 7 / / \° 4 12 �I ±19,332 sq.ft a01 / / ±14.400 aq.k. / ±z3aq.H. i /' $ //// \ _. so <\ ±20.176 aq.k.13 / / \ / /----�--- ' \ '< rno ♦� - - - — - — - 7-- I J \ a ±14.400 q.rt. 1 I iso I � �----------J I 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, / Car�SOn 50 SUIte100 1herebycertifythat this plan, specification Print Name: Thomas R.BaIIuH,L.S. DRAWN BY: KCM Revisions: MONTICELLO PROPERTIES HAVEN RIDGE . environmental Blaine, MN ss449 I or report was prepared by me or under my �/ I I I 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 of ao-ea supervision and that I am a duly Signature: ISSUE DATE: 4/5/19 Monticello, Minnesota McCain (.engineering Phone: (763)489-7900 ensedLandSurve der p PRELIMINARY PLAT rveying Fax: (763) 489-79.c the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 40361 FILE NO: 1644 / www.carlsonmccaln.<om Brooklyn Park, MN, $542$ 38 L�521311rvuesvoor-vosoVoss-monureuu oAoeroes��ne cseuunrey\tl piaq�ossymewg \ 5011 -� \ / -- ---- -- 320.17 aq.ft.------- \ --- -- -}-- > e "--• -- J-- \�---/ F------- -� °S -°-----7 -� \ / / \ / \ -- } - s9 N `\ 350 \�\ 14,400 sg.k. Jo/i T---------- 9 \ \ < 321.104 sq.ft. __Drainage and / / \ \ 1 uti6tyEaaement 2 \\ / / i \ o\ 14 I 11 / / \BO\ 0 \\� /// 316.661 k. Lapa *19..1460aq.k. '/ \° \ \ /((/'. / �y 9 om \\ > 317.588 sq.ft. PM \\\ Bao oN \ \ m ZN /// 12 '/'/ w I I � I v 9> / / A w 93 83 31 o 0 5,814 aq.ft. / / \ �i F— 06 a0 350 50 1 3 o 314,315 aq.ft. OU I qp \ \ r2ga OT p a rO+i �o s aye Q S Aios/ 14 N *14,390 aq.ft. p � 1 i I 00" o � I I f. Wer \, II- -------- - e t \ \ J N 30 30 \ \ 4 r 1V \ Baa; TI T n IA/ AF. 071 1 [� -\ 4 7 a I f11 I v vv I v'I �11 \.� li\� r 3� > OUTLOT E ��" I A 37,.275 aq.ft. A / A \ \ \ I \ I 925 825 - 5628 -----__ 'n 82.5 906 1 1 r------ I I i_---_—, 111.2 r--------1 r-- 103.5 o \' I I I I I I I I I I I o I 1 2 3 ----- ° I a \\ " i 3,3.675 s9.k. ni i *12.375 aq.k. ni ±12,375 aq.tt. ooi 4 yi i 5 ano I I Ni 312,623 aq.ft. ^I I ±14,694 aq.ft. \ j±19,051 aq.R //° oaof,/ I u 150 50 I I I / / /ryoo, 10 r\ y o II J 1 I I L_J ___ I 92.5 825 / / J L 82.5 —J L___ 17 / / / /c o� / / 7\ 1 I 7 L / 9 786 --J / � /oS� *23,474 a1.R — _ STREET c 385.2 I zas.o —\---° —1 50 I1 — n n � �\ � 20 sor————— 65 0— — — — —— ,658aq.ft. I \ 1102 a R: SNANNON L BYE P10:213-100-242300 N89°22'37"E 414.90 00TH O fe LEGEND 0 -Denotes Found Judicial Land Mark, as noted • -Denotes Found Iron Monument O - Denotes 5/8 inch by 14 inch rebar, marked with RLS 40361 N SHANNON L BW W0:213 -100-2x2300 0 25 50 100 � \ (SCALE IN FEET ) 1\ \ \ ra 3s \ a' \ \ t 1\� �t 5 B� s9'it A I .0 ^° s3 3B OU�� i Ori rs/ I ^ ote North aq.ft. \ I n I v v L_ 2 . r I l C7 �O \ \\ \a �'� IIS-------1a,.a 321.484 -------� 0 ao I 314.650 aq.ft.lo, "� \\ 6 / I` \\ yew%�/ \ -\-------------- 317,237 aq.ft. \ \ ll� � 19 Im I9 VIII dam � IoL----------- ` W�O1 / \ 314,559aq.ft. �m \i L-------------' \ v 111... � � I 1 F z \ 13 9' - 60.0 / `ol _____—._ r 1 I 33 I - - ' - - r----- 146.2----- / \\moo 9 I 1 I Drana9e and J *12,962 aq.ft 1 7 314,790 sq.ft. ` I 'Uidlty Easement L a--Gi__ 174 ---- NII — ---, I Atl C`�1 I W� Fo II ZWZ I aN ; aP \ \\ 320.411 ao/q..±u.eCy�/ 2o 'k. 7 \ J- N\ / 6i'\moi \N Irn`1 `_ — IIl� 50 50 ry319,993 q.ft. a, 18 135162 ±13. ±12,426 sq.ft. _ �t 30 10 314.896 q.k. — l _ _ 1x17 ---- 1 I 6Z / 316.028 sq. it 4 \ \ / / • Og ±15.857 sq.k. 17 31 ±12.948 sq.ft. \ �\ 312,415 soft. i 3890 Pheasant Ridge Dri a NE, i 0 / Car�SOn eu suiieloo ( hereby certify ethat redbyplan, meor under Prin[Name: Thomas R.Ballu.L.6. DRAWN BY: KCM Reviaiana: MONTICELLO PROPERTIES HAVEN RIDGE 1 .environmental Blaine, MN ssaaa or report was prepared by me or under my � / 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 of airea sapervislon and that I am a duly Signature: I65UE DATE: 4/5/19 Monticello, Minnesota McCain (.engineering Phone: easantRidgeO0 thLice laws of der p PRELIMINARY PLAT rveying Fax: (763) 489-7959 the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 40361 FILE NO: 1644 www.carlsonmccaln.com Brooklyn Park, MN, $S42$ 38 ai1\7.1.\711-1160\7056- P.P.— P---1 \ \ \ a R: SNANNON L BYE P10:213-100-242300 N89°22'37"E 414.90 00TH O fe LEGEND 0 -Denotes Found Judicial Land Mark, as noted • -Denotes Found Iron Monument O - Denotes 5/8 inch by 14 inch rebar, marked with RLS 40361 N SHANNON L BW W0:213 -100-2x2300 0 25 50 100 � \ (SCALE IN FEET ) 1\ \ \ ra 3s \ a' \ \ t 1\� �t 5 B� s9'it A I .0 ^° s3 3B OU�� i Ori rs/ I ^ ote North aq.ft. \ I n I v v L_ 2 . r I l C7 �O \ \\ \a �'� IIS-------1a,.a 321.484 -------� 0 ao I 314.650 aq.ft.lo, "� \\ 6 / I` \\ yew%�/ \ -\-------------- 317,237 aq.ft. \ \ ll� � 19 Im I9 VIII dam � IoL----------- ` W�O1 / \ 314,559aq.ft. �m \i L-------------' \ v 111... � � I 1 F z \ 13 9' - 60.0 / `ol _____—._ r 1 I 33 I - - ' - - r----- 146.2----- / \\moo 9 I 1 I Drana9e and J *12,962 aq.ft 1 7 314,790 sq.ft. ` I 'Uidlty Easement L a--Gi__ 174 ---- NII — ---, I Atl C`�1 I W� Fo II ZWZ I aN ; aP \ \\ 320.411 ao/q..±u.eCy�/ 2o 'k. 7 \ J- N\ / 6i'\moi \N Irn`1 `_ — IIl� 50 50 ry319,993 q.ft. a, 18 135162 ±13. ±12,426 sq.ft. _ �t 30 10 314.896 q.k. — l _ _ 1x17 ---- 1 I 6Z / 316.028 sq. it 4 \ \ / / • Og ±15.857 sq.k. 17 31 ±12.948 sq.ft. \ �\ 312,415 soft. i 3890 Pheasant Ridge Dri a NE, i 0 / Car�SOn eu suiieloo ( hereby certify ethat redbyplan, meor under Prin[Name: Thomas R.Ballu.L.6. DRAWN BY: KCM Reviaiana: MONTICELLO PROPERTIES HAVEN RIDGE 1 .environmental Blaine, MN ssaaa or report was prepared by me or under my � / 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 of airea sapervislon and that I am a duly Signature: I65UE DATE: 4/5/19 Monticello, Minnesota McCain (.engineering Phone: easantRidgeO0 thLice laws of der p PRELIMINARY PLAT rveying Fax: (763) 489-7959 the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 40361 FILE NO: 1644 www.carlsonmccaln.com Brooklyn Park, MN, $S42$ 38 ai1\7.1.\711-1160\7056- P.P.— P---1 \ \N8922 app \ \ /� T I n n I v_v 414.90 \ r \V C7 '0 II I I It OUTLOT E 271.275 sq.ft. , A0(�TC0 ^ T - 562.8 82.5 \ ✓ 82.5 906 ------I r------ - n 111.2 - �1 1 \. 1 ° .. 633 C,m Ufa z \ •t�1`ciDi``'�`\d' I io2 \ y� o l 3\ 2,375 aq.ft. �I 1 ±12.375 sq.ft. of 4 �I ±12.623 sq.ft. 5 ^I ±14,694 sq.ft. \' , ±19.051 sq.ft. P� \ a'/ 8� �[. \I = \\ -2- --JL--- 7---J 7 y'4. _ o ^ ,- \1 I n 786 ±23,474 sq.ft.• �h \ \ —385.2 --- --- 7°/ —�_ oT 140.2 i� f o �/''0� j --� ' / / -r\/"1 1 IA/ 1 -\ / / I \V i YY IV .: /1-7 1 1 rZo \ \� ±21,858 sq.ft. � �e1Y IFps -- to 110.2 r---110.2 g\ /1 la _ - 3 a oNo\o \v'/' Lxj . Jy ±71.484 sq.fa Ar ±21,484 a m I tat \ 31, � 11 - - ±17.237 1 sq.ft. sq.. a, 19 I -- L ------------J 139- 60.0 \ \ � m ±,4,559 sq.ft. I 3o I I 33 1 \ I _ -_-_- and I, - --' \ 9 I ±12,962 aq.ft. I 1 �t I / \o 1 Drainage 146.2 i w i'V1int Easement -- / \\ \\ ±14,790 sq.ft. _-Y o N i 'VIII A \� / �J 1746 --_-62� 111 1 'N\ 11 � I L_---- \\� 1 603 / \ i62i'�i \`�- 151.6 I C�IV� �\ ±14.920 sq.ft. / /ry 7 \\/ \ 6847 l0 \ 1 11 ±19.993 sq.ft. 18 1 1 3L i I \ ±13,420 sq.ft. 10 \ 1 1 ±12,428 ii%ft. \ \ 1 I I \ \ \ / / //1 30' 1� 1 ±14.696 sq.k. J 1i\ 1617___---, \ �_------ -�� = ® N -'\ i 6,z 013 po 1 3 s�?\ ±16.028 sq.R 4 \ 4 -' ��� \' ------ _---- \ \ / g \ • - - \ m a5 \ o ,5 \ N �� 1 I I ±15,857 sq.ft. i q� U, ±12.948 s k. \ \ . ' ±12,415 aq.it I 1 $ \ 11 \ \ 1 / I L 1�i ±13,254 sq.ft. / '�' // \ 1649______ ^_:°. ±14.195 sq.k. / /\II 11 �._____- o"� ' \ - 1 Og \ I I 11 _ J X30 \� 422 432 -_____ 1 F / / \.n / /� i % ' '`5 \ m /\ \- 654 --- . / N\ IIVo/ \\d�\aO�oo < \\\/ \_) �__ ��•, // 3d 16 4�I N \� \ // //9/\sem ±15,962 sq.ft. 30 \\ \ \N\ ±13.11 sq.ft 1 IMontl-st.Townh Street NE Per �.�... souti,weaterl 33 1\33 11 / 1 ±12,307 aq.ft.' \\\3 \\ Document No 390488Map __ x.....11........ 1 L /� N \ ±12.563 sq.ft. t \ / / \\ --- -----,492_-- \ , V� �i 1545 II OUTLOT F ±124.556 fL 795 A ` s q' \ �\ \\ ' ' 13 ; �� 29 10 o� ±12,465 sq.ft./ i\ \ / / ±12,237 sq.ft. / m o I �1 I 1 'pl ±13,123 sq.ft, 1 \C1 \ I \ <\ ro o 0`\\\0 \\ 1;' IN lig IL_--__ _--- 1\ /-1 IV .2 c L �. ' �,v \dvvs 1 \\ rl--� 14 15 to __--1 ±12.368 sq.ft -I I ±13.527 aq•ft. Ilo o_- r__ _ 151 I �P���*"$9 Ir k9r&2�F� �\ d��>\ ,�� \\ ±11.238a9.ft. //// �d L 28 I ��--- yl ) - L--------Ja 30 30 ±12 752sq.ft.--J �\ �i South line of the Northwest ` 's d //// 1 ni -J ------- ^1 --Quarter �! r ,�- f —_ �---- ,,,. -----�r�--- of Section 24, , �\ 12 / /•� \ E �t Township 121, Range 25 G\ / / \\\ —__��_—___-- -�--- `--------� 1--------- --y / \--- �/ / ±11,977 aq.ft. / / _ - -------,5}--- -- STREET C __- 137.6 -- - -----1 r� - as -o 589°10'07"W \ Soulh 447.97 __ouartar Quarter line of the Southeast of the Nerinweac of Section 24, / Township 121, Range 25N I 7Jz "� o M a 27 ^ / % 59 5- 17 2 i ±11,725 sq.ft. 3 i ,- _ / - 13 / / I / -I 90.0 -------1 3p I 30 1 �'- LEGEND �\ ±12.209 sq.ft. o/ i i 1 i L------------- \ J 1 V % 1 A / / I I I r - 145 0 - - -1 y -Denotes Found Iron Monument 0 25 5D ,0D r u u r I 1 1 I I 0 O - Denotes 5/8 Inch by 14 inch ±12,012 sq.ft. 15.r. 1.6 M ¢jam �I rebar, marked with RLS 40361 ( SCALE IN FEET ) (\rte iF Car�SOn • environmental 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, site loo Blaine, MN 55449 Print Name: Thomas R.Ballu.L.9. Therebyce,prethat redbyplan, meor under orreport was prepared by me or under my � / supervision and that I am a duly 9igna[ure: DRAWN BY: KCM I65UE DATE: 4/5/19 Reviaiana: MONTICELLO PROPERTIES 7308 As en Lane, Suite 114 p HAVEN RIDGE PRELIMINARY PLAT 11 of McCain(.engineering su rveying Phone: (763)489-7900 Fax: (763) 489-79.c www.carlsonmccan.<om Licensed Land Surveyor der the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 40361 FILE NO: 1644 Brooklyn Park, MN, 55428 Monticello, Minnesota 38 / SnV.psVoal-m5ppp55-monaceu° p,w.roesl`ndmd,ewvey\tl '17.1-1., I� � I I i— I I I II I I } I w mN I I �N I zN I I I I I I i 50 I I I I I I North line of the Northeast Quarter n oaNrr y yo0 -of the S-thaast Quarter of Seanonl N89"06'39"E , , a 23, Township 121, Range 25 --2622.77 57.9 6: 56.7 / $ \ 'SO s q"k�9i 'y 2b, o 0, s '5 East line of the OUTLOT I Northeeat °°°rte' °''. the Southeast Quarter 391,664 q.ft. of Section 23, Township 121, Range 25 a ^>^v eh o2roL 3m�g*3 7 - V _ 'lJ4 p 720 gii"i 3 3 'V 3 90 pheasa t Ridge Dri a €r. T)Carlson Suite 100 1 hereby certify that this plan, specification Prin[ Name: Thomas R. Ballu . L.S. DRAWN BY: KCM Revisions • environmental Blaine, MN 55449 or report was prepared by me or under my engineering Phone: (763) 489-7900 direct supervision and that [ am a duly signature: IY�".,. a �/ IS. DATE: 4/5/19 MCCam I • su eased and Su eyor under rveying Fax: (763) 489-7959 the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 40361 FILE NO: 1644 www.carlsonmccaln.com ..,_., i, uo1✓o�c mo•a�uo o�o•re�Ime �3eu�,ravld niaq�ossymewg OUTLOT G 3893,825 q.ft. 01 \ 1 N \ / _1617__---- o \ m\ 17 \� � �/ 3 \ �,\ 312,948 sq•ft• \ \ 312,41, \\\ \ / \ 1649 _---, -- sZ8 316.028 s ft. sq.ft. I I I 4 B2\ \ \ \ , 4 16 \315,962 \\ q.ft. \ \\ \ 315.857 sq.ft. \ 69.7 /- i 13 , k 0` , 312,237 q.ft. o /q an I I 1 r= 1 a 14 1�11 i15I� /- 312,368 aq.ft. ^I I 313,527 q.ft.0 701 \ _ --- --- p__ � _30_—�___ . ji iofi—o ------�-�_ ----' STREET-- —R --=} —_— --_ 137.6 C-- 313,254 q.ft' \ r\ __J L---1 y-/ \30A 3095 30xwr~ 422 — 85.4 43261 _,--- r➢ / t`�i / 3,,.1` q4 311,827 q.ft. o ;I i ------312,012 9001016 F" l 312,307 q.k. N I - �w. A 11 I < 312,41 1 @ J \ 9 � 1 \ south line of the Northwest -- Quarter of Section 24, \ s , I Township 121, Range 25 c �0 _ o� i CS1 I .4 .JLL ilLL >4 Wi. .i ti9 \ 1 1 �y432 2 6� �y432 s4 � 1 T/l , A/ h l I I I P 3 ... 1 �. YF IV n i l , ED ft 1 A 1 a ^>^v eh o2roL 3m�g*3 7 - V _ 'lJ4 p 720 gii"i 3 3 'V 3 90 pheasa t Ridge Dri a €r. T)Carlson Suite 100 1 hereby certify that this plan, specification Prin[ Name: Thomas R. Ballu . L.S. DRAWN BY: KCM Revisions • environmental Blaine, MN 55449 or report was prepared by me or under my engineering Phone: (763) 489-7900 direct supervision and that [ am a duly signature: IY�".,. a �/ IS. DATE: 4/5/19 MCCam I • su eased and Su eyor under rveying Fax: (763) 489-7959 the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 40361 FILE NO: 1644 www.carlsonmccaln.com ..,_., i, uo1✓o�c mo•a�uo o�o•re�Ime �3eu�,ravld niaq�ossymewg OUTLOT G 3893,825 q.ft. 01 \ 1 N \ / _1617__---- o \ m\ 17 \� � �/ 3 \ �,\ 312,948 sq•ft• \ \ 312,41, \\\ \ / \ 1649 _---, -- \ m 16 \315,962 \\ q.ft. \ \\ \ `-----1492 \ 69.7 /- i 13 , k 0` , 312,237 q.ft. o /q an I I 1 r= 1 a 14 1�11 i15I� /- 312,368 aq.ft. ^I I 313,527 q.ft.0 701 \ _ --- --- p__ � _30_—�___ . ji iofi—o ------�-�_ ----' STREET-- —R --=} —_— --_ 137.6 C-- -- \ r\ 171 00 ' --- 900 3095 30xwr~ II2 IIr 1�\\�7. IInI q.f16 15 na IINo 3,,.1` q4 311,827 q.ft. o ;I i ------312,012 9001016 F" I 4, / 7j8 1 II 1 1j I 1 i 1 1 i N -- _J LEGEND O — Denotes Wright County Monument, as noted 0 25 50 100 • — Denotes Found Iron Monument O — Denotes 5/8 inch by 14 inch ( SCALE IN FEET) I �\ rebar, marked with RLS 40361 MONTICELLO PROPERTIES I HAVEN RIDGE 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 PRELIMINARY PLAT Brooklyn Park, MN, 55428 Monticello, Minnesota oo 447.97 -- S89"10'07"W 12 of 38 313.527 aq.ft. y r - X90 //// 11 / �\ �J'0/ \ m / o 311,238 aq. // // \\ 83leye <, 28 / v: .°• / .v 1` U / \\, S0� I 30 I 30 312,752 aq.ft. _jE i J� *I - wvav --------------- ----- p m _ - - r / � � outn I ne of me Northwest s - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ North line of the Northeast Quarter) ° -- \'\ - _-- --- oar° ^</ o LJ --Qnarte,ofs,Rane25 `� 's\ /� --of the southeast Ooarter of Section) N8M6'39 E 2 -__ __-__---------------- --- - ----ids ----- I 23, Township 121, Range 25 2622.77 i1 /^y00 �\ f / Township 121, Range ------- /1/ y�� -_- -'moi Nr� 0 t- �) ,�' - - - = -- - - -- - - 1 - STREET C_ _ Q�7 ,•+ ___-___ -� yl�_ fir_-_ �__--`___/// 311.977 aq.ft. // // of 137.6 `♦ _ 57.9 /A 56.7 ;�_- , g t,1, s4� 772 ^ `I 27 In ---_ i� ' X•2" 1 6 .T os \ �\ \\ // // / % /-- 59_5_ 17.2 90.0 ^ 311725 sq.ft. .9 .1 9 aa• o wi. >r< ,a. .w. ,iii. ,w. y1x\ \ / / 13 I / 1 r - - - - - - - 30 3o 4'� \ 312,209 s ft / pry' 2 \ i � �1 °4s \ / // q.ft.L_-----------J CS ti♦ ;tom i �� q66 z4 �o 1 t \ / / M/ / i 14 S° 's`� '� • 3 e \`. yl. >r< wn ,I�. wv. yl. I / 1,z.o,z aq.k. �� / �i 1 6 I q I ti 15 of 0 1 \nt/ 1 \ ° / / / 311.846 e9•ft. nI I 311.827 aq.ft. oIN m 26 to _ 60 r 1 36 J/ ^' 311.600 aI / \ f ` a 996 \ \J L --------J �----Too----I r ~ I }2,812 1 \ L --;----------J 3a� o / w --- ---- ,60 ry„ }2.43Esq �No 1 ♦ 101.6 J E- 145.0 -1 aq 0 1 ---- rn I I w �\./� 25 V� ' `<• m0 N}29 , 0 o 1f ii 311.600 q.f.3 4 17 No 15 Eo eq -l`- 315,392 k. 30 30 12agt.I Rog15 6I______L----- - - - _-- J i 3 s 1 Q100'6 Oit. 60 311,598 �sq.�ft.}2,/\/�R��o♦ s�t o�\ -\-t, i mo � � j�O//��ro^� 0/y� <p //^ h \TII � 24 1 V YY IV v r1 1 w 315,193 i q.11, q� 7 Io � I M \ so. }R8,2 sq. , >r" ,Iln yr. m 19 ♦ 313,876 aq.k.3 3 \ OUTLOT G �_�,✓_`�2/S 23 �\ SO _-36 East line of the - I ° R,z OUTLOT I he15o°theastrQ� ,te; ,� = '` ^6' 20 0 391,664 sq. ft. of Section 23, Township �O r ry0� �`.0 J 121, Range 25mW\ IS• 1 6 n m 0 Q O O �dj 1 o P♦ 690 1 ° d`� x 5ry 2',96 s� �0 Zr�� JO ? 10 o g 4 14� 0 I32p 0 110 00 37 \ O Z �+ p 2y44 sQ' (� J ,R 2 ro m 1 V� o } , q .7 7ry \. 'h ,N N 'CL' 90 4 9XC Ja /' I 3?t 3 4820\ 1 }265 ,yb 110 I4, `\ 2.0 3J,P47, h 66H Y 3, RaBq 3 72.0 \\ 66 \do ^ n��bZ m O 3jS�RE \ \ _ � /*o �4p3 - .S� ajo 12 1� e1 ,\ 3.1 v y 3�0 �N. n9 n 37.1 37j e' ' ' �1 26.1 441 X mb>° �° 3 'a 1°'2 a, ry � �; ^ r �, � sZ `r, " kb oast, o, '/♦a �o�v o v ch 66 wo ig5.0�� Rg'� R o°orae°l of tt I 3j0 * 1 V"N N�OWI plOaN O h0 or Sto, a or I 32.0 vV 1 ^./ /o` o �, io n 8 ro p S - 0 t2j Ro° °th thoOst� 106.0 37.0 /� 9 it H 66 \ ° Q23oOst I 372 7 H w 29 2 146 \ 2S `y y 4,302 - 36.8 '0 37.1 326 I `O 106p �1 `\3j04 - -t o$ 3 1893,825 aq.ft. � ♦ Z90 < V 109.0 �1 1 C) A A 1 /I r- 1 \ /A I V \7 L_ U m 1 m 2 « \ S� ET 85TH\STREET NE + �eq "24 6 , NE " CO 1 117.1 12096 37p 32.0 37.p OUTLOT L ' ♦-------- 1326.63 106.0 - '` "� __24.71 S89W 0'07"W - - _ - - - - - - �5_}� STREET RE- i °r'F - izs,6s6 sq.k. S02°07'02"W _ _ _ _ _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1� - _ OWNER: South line of the North te, �T� N f-8%3•� t Line parallel with the South line I - �� � ; HOLKER tofeSec Section 24°f ownship° 121, LEGEND 589°04 19"W 1 of the Northeast Quarter of the I Range 25 _-Southeast Quarter of Section I I 0• - Denotes Wright County Monument, as noted 0 25 50 100 23, Township 121, Range 25 I • - Denotes Found Iron Monument I O - Denotes 5/8 inch by 14 inch (SCALE N FEET) rebor, marked with RLS 40361 environmental Pheasant Ridge Drive NE,(�CarlSOn Suite 100 Blaine, MN 55449 1herebycertifythatthisplan,specification Print Name: Thomas R.Balluff,L.S. reportwasprepared by me or under my direct DRAWN BY: - Revisions MONTICELLO PROPERTIESHAVEN RIDGE• 13 J3890 I' Phone: (763)489-7900 supervision and that I am a duly Signature: � ISSUE DATE: 4/5/19 7308 As en Lane, Suite 114 p PRELIMINARY PLATrveying of McCain sugieyingg Fax: (763) 489-79.c Licensed LandSurve der the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4 5 19 License #: 40361 �L FILE NO: 1644www.carlsonmccaln.<om Brooklyn Park, MN, 55428 Monticello, Minnesota 38 plaq,osaymewg I I I I I I -----------------------------------L -----J L----------�---J--------------- ------ - -- T---'y------ ----------o---------------------------------------------------- -------- ----------------------------- - - --------------------------- Road Easement per Monticello Road Easement Monticello North line of the Northeast Quarter N89e06'39"E , Town Roatl Map Document No. p STi n per 2622.%%-y 390488 V51 f� JI Rl G+Town Road Map Document No. --of the Southeast Quarter of Section i' --- 390488 (to be partially vacated) 1' 23, Township 121, Range 25 i 802.3 -- 1 I I _ 249.9 644.1 I 85TH STREET I NE I I I ------------------------ -- +--t-- - - - - - - - - - - `-- -- -------y ------------------------- - -- - - - - -------------------�--- I I 9S p, 30 30 1 r I 1 - 80.0 80.0 80.0 - 80.0 80.0 80.0 91.6 I 30 i .\30 so.8 R B r-------� r------� r------, r------, �---Z--�,o10�----- r------, r------, �-------� I I 30 I ;� --Drainage and Util;t I I I I I I I aE I I I I I i �o I_ yEasementlj;B OUTLOT J to laud" l ---__ \ 4 ±82,279 aq.ft. C12 .1 of I ,.. ,q.,er2 e 3 4 o�I 8 of 9 *14,x00 sq.f. 2801 I *2,801 q*12801 q.f. 495 aq.R.q.f. 2 q. " w I I II I I I j wl -II 1 el I ±14,692 aq.ft. +I ±14,064 aq fL I I I I I I hD DI I I I I I I I I I I o 30 30 L ------J L ------J L ------J L ------J 1____JL-----J L----- J L----- J L----- J 130 1 30 _4 �M 1108 // 3 \ e p 90.0 80.0 80.0 800 80.0 800 ' 80.0 80.0 89.6 I �-�1� �In iOrc � / *17,247 q.ft. /rte L V \ ° s 7 0 R.75.0 STREET H 1124.4 o STREET H ___-________ -- 360.0 I--_39aBT $ \ �� �,� ss $ M R _�_-_-_-_-_-_-___ R _ I I r R II R.398� .,`` \� �� I I— a k\ 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 1050 ' 150.1 150 0 -, r------, r -------I I ------ -------I �'--------, 30 1 30 r --I----------'-7 I --------------I 311 30 32.f y I y 15 o0\ 4 / c of o \ / I I I I I MI I 30 - _ I *14.881 sq.R *13,936 aq.R I I I`?22 11d. 21 I? 112,000 sq•fL I ±12.000 aq.R I I I I I I I I I I I I L------� L------11 Drainage Utility Easement 800 80.0 \tis 24 \\ \ *12,234 sq.fl. 7 23 \\ \\ \\ \ *„{749 sq.R. p° \ ` \ 0*,2,2,7 \b. \ 8 \° *12,179 aq.ft. \ / B,a 31 // \ \ \ \ / \ oo\' 9 0 > ' 1e. \ \\ \Sj *12,081 sq.R \\ ` 10 ±12,,05 e0.R I \' 2 *12.679 aq.R \ \ *11,990 aq.fL 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Suite 100 1 hereby certify that this plan, specification Print Name: Thomas R. BalluR, L.S. DRAWN BY: KCM Revispns: Blaine, 0 55449 or report was prepared by me or under my Phone: (763) 489-7900 direct supervision and that 1 am a duly ISSUE DATE: 411119 Fax: (763) 489-7959 Licensed Land Surveyor under - the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 Uceme *: 40361 FILE NO: 1644 www`wNsonmccain.com - 873.09-- S89e04'19"W owxFR iNaYA6 R t NA_L a0LLM5 J - F0:21100 -231J410.) MONTICELLO PROPERTIES 7308 Aspen Lane, suite 114 Brooklyn Park, MN, 55428 p,.J� m Ynl ^'a Il -23 n* *22 * C4 "I 15 51 37.0 320 32.0 37.0 I I 37.0 32 0 32.0 138.0 J. 1380 R1 Lme parallel with the South line _ of the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quorler of Section 23, Township 121, Range 25 HAVEN RIDGE Monticello, Minnesota -Denotes Wright County Monument, as noted - Denotes Found Iron Monument - Denotes 5/8 Inch by 14 Inch rebar, marked with RLS 40361 ? 25 50 100 t I ( SCALE IN FEET ) 14 �o38 -------------------------------------- Town Road Ma Document ��Tl7 J I R 1 Nownshi 121, Rano 25 - _ - - - _ - - _ - _ - - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ o __ h line f the West Half of the ,n Road Easement per Monticello v„r ;rL Ro°tl Easement Monticello Southeast Quarter f Section 23, 'R ��Town Road Map Document No. �51 �i STREET R��l _ Par ` i; N89°06'39"E - 390484 P E P 9e 622.77 - i / No. 390488 ' l i� I 791.8 __-_- _-- -- -_ 85TH STREET NE %/ 802.3 85TH STREET NE �I , J -- e I --------------------- -------------- I I I - I------ tO I -- 33 133 30 30 90 0 Soo 80.0 6o 0 80.0 80 0 80.0 80.0 91.6 80.0 80 0 80 0 80.0 80 0 90.0 - - - - - - r ro 178.6 1629 r-----1 ------ ----- - ---- ----- r---- r--- r-----------�1010I ----- r------� r-- r--- m ---------------- r ------J 1010 L 1 r----- 1 -- 30 Iw I \ n I I I I I I I I 2 9 I I I I I I I I I I II II I I mo£ I I I I I I I o Iw I / \\\ I 1 1 I 1° I I L9 I I ' \\ PT I� Y I of of o \ z of of of al o °5 0 o I vE o 011 of of of o 01 2 �I 3 �I 4 �I 5 e 1 6 7 �I 8 �I 9 I SIN o a 111 I \\ \\' 14 6� 7 m1 1 $ �I 19 �I 20 N �I 1 �I :,4.495 aq.ft. e 317,475 aq.ft. f ; - 1 - 11sq.k. 112,800 aq.ft. f }14,400 agft. 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I 1 I I o1 32 1 go °°F / \ \ s \\\v/ g\\24 ns.z I m _ ` / ±12.234 sq.fl. \ \ / / \ \ 7 r -------- 1 ±12.000 sq.ft. ,0' 'J�/ \ \ / \ \B \ /o, g j'.- --- 25 / \ \ /6 �\ \ \s \\ \ / g `�i \ \ ±11 749 aq.ft. l° - uoo 1 < 11 \\\ /�^ / ,/^�° \\ 23 \ \ \ \ / \ \\. a \ 312.960 aq.fL aE I L------- \ 5 \ IP 12 21 \ vw ±12,578s ft. \ 7aq.k. 1 10= 114.012 sq.ft. m / 0 ad `oE / \\ s F \ � B 33 I ' / ' \ � / 312,179 aq.it. 133 33 aoo , / \ \\ /g °� /�\\\ \ \� /> % e� \\\'s \\ \�/ / \\\so o \\✓ N�" I-----ns.1-------j m1 // \\ \ /�� g96'o° �o// \ \ 22 </ s =ate i 312,000 s9.k. 1 °.. < 10 LI1L1lLb1Ir \±\1 2. g0\\7 /0 a \q ft L------------- 1,2.718 sq.ft. \ \\\\\ \� /\ ±\ 1/l\2 ./o�o17 > 9 q . 27 _ 1500_ 11208, sq.ft. g ` LEGEND ----------- o 29 5 - Denotes, Found Iron Monument umen t m 10 21 .sq.ft. 1m O - es /8 inch b 14 inch _Dra-ge and 32 , .f. rebor, marked with R 4036134 10 e utaeyEoamnt 312.000 9k . o'121,0. q \ ±12.718 q.ft. ' / \ 679 - Utility Eoaement Ni"Drainage and v 112. __1 J 0\ \ / y/ _0 o\2 2 11 \\//2 112.150 aq.ft. ±11.990 I \ o, -- -- - -- I 100 d^ ±14.008 sq.ft. 312.679 sq.ft.. 135 12 A- ±11,600 sq.ft. 312,583 sq.ft. 112,853 aq.ft SCALE IN FEET •� 1 L■ ■ 1u 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, / OCarlson suieeloo Therebycertiyethat redbyplan, aoruiderin Print Name: Th R.BaIIu.L.6. DRAWN BY: KCM Revlalana. MONTICELLO PROPERTIES HAVEN RIDGE15 •environmental Blaine, MN 55449 or report was prepared by me or under my � / 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 of airea supervision ana chat I am a duly 61gna[ure: ISSUE DATE: 4/5/19 Monticello, Minnesota McCain I'sugineering Phone: (763)489-7900 lcensedLandSurve der p PRELIMINARY PLAT rveying Fax: (763) 489-7959 the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 40361 FILE NO: 1644 www.carlsonmccaln.com Brooklyn Park, MN, $542$ 38 - m -a -ll" nAn.resvme.3ay. ,I.n.aaa I., 112.718 - -- ns, \ \ /,, / 'c" 1(i Prot �_ r m _ Oroinoge oneent Nm a0o` n\ // C \\\\ // /' \\\ \\\ \\ �j/ \\\\ 312, 679 aq.ft. \� o °• m I� L--�+ Utility Eosem h / I iso 20 \ \ h / \ 11 \ \ V m -------o -I Iryi / / I M 11 1500--_J i o yi / \� \2 /^° //\\\\ \ \ /'1h 06j' \\ \ 311,990 s ft. q' \ \ / 3 I ±14.008 aq.ft / �\ �\,/ am/ \ \tea / \ \ \ \ ��/ \ \ \ \ / o _ aiM I I I al 35 / 8 / 12 i 312.679 aq.ft. \ \ / \ \ I ml sq.ft. 312.583 sq.ft. / / \\ \ /h / \ \ \ \ /01 /•\ ^ \ \ /i 1 m 1751 ±1 m \ - - ±12.205 q 312,853 q a / /^ s.ft I 27�11I - J161/// \ \2.879 q.k. I 3 10 1 22 mom/ /; \' 13 1u,006 aq.ft. Im I I 1 \>s__ / \ `\ /^ / \ \ \ I m 30 , / \ \ \ 112,918 aq.ft. \ / / \ \ IPJ I of 36 1 314.130 aq•n. / ' 18 `\ `\/. /' \\\\ , > // \ \\ 112,732 aq.ft. } t----_---_--_ -J 311.200 aq•ft. 112.193 aq.ft. / \ \9 / \ \S• \ \ / O^ 0 0 I ro o m w1 I - �I M L n� IW I F 4Mi0 IIII �Wz 0=° L--_-_-----iao.-----om ro^ 1 ss\/ \ \ VJ 312.60 3 q. ft. o a\4 Y / I'nKn Qo -/if -------- ---- 3160 mwtE4 1 aq.ft.ZN 2 ±14,005 sq.ft 37 26 L-- ng0 -----_J tnq.k. 6 �312.73»a. --- ---- - - - o 312,706 eq.ft. \/ 33 133 iaoo 22 320,314 aq.ft. -1 15 o - IN%��L___---____ ±tz,649ean. � II 1 o I __-- �\ N\ / n / / \ INit-_=io-�ocVouoiv �r�ria IIII WQ 0 MIII o />\° / °0 w- 7 ±15.753 aq.ft. L°938 1 e\ 312,461 sq.ft. 27 5 I x---- ±11.642 q.k. P 32J 30 30 313,844 sq.ft.iiso 1.1 16 ao STREET N ly 238.0 \ ±14,804 aq.ft. ±12.458 aq.ft 39 I I r 1751 n I 110.932 sq.ft. 1 n �'0 1 / ¢ .\l 129.7--_ l 0 o Y / ----- ------m / _ 0 i m ---_------ ---------- -- --- - -\ ----- - - d - --- W I �a 30 30--_ 51 ,_ \ 313,968 aq.ft. /// _/ 30 0 �i r X73.6 2 --_---_______ i 16 4 �- -- OUT LOT \ 9 �T ±15,939aq.ft. N UTLOT M S9 '_s' 1me E°cement pe I _ _ ,° -------- '_s' _- _ 1n,eoe q \\ ° m I r----------- \ / / / y / / 1 ocument No. 233577 and I� 150.0 1 \ //// 3 / / % - 90 0 R s� E6 / / I I assigned per Doc. No 732312 ^ 1 s \ / / 114,359 eq.k. / / / / _ ---___ 1773 _____-J 'J / y \\�� -_ ;\ 3308 32 q � 4 s .ft I I------------- '� 327 sqo � /h° /oar° l i i� 311..ft 1 n \ \ _ I I I I 2 / / Ih / m/ L-----_15_2.7_ I i ?S \s 9 312,772 aq.ft. 26 r_---- _ :114.266 aq.ft 'o mi l 1513 ,7 ft313.350 aq.ft. . 6-1 i 30 It i� --�., ^I 2 °o m I 1------------J / a < o I \ 312,464 aq.ft. I \ • ° s _ - - J I m n ow° I 1L_ 1 ro n� C1 15334 1 'oL 1 , 25 1 I _-__ 150.0 1 201.9 )01g a: 1 I 314,360 sq.ft. I ____\ m E, I Nr -----------% i I I --- w I L A, o� (- — � 1 \ 3>d 1 n� 3 1 i• 112.487 aq.fL 1 J - - - 1 I W 1 31 6.903 aq.ft. \ ``\ Z I ° c �n 1 :04.395 aq.ft l p I of --__ JI \\ 25 1\l \ 1600 ��\ ' `\ -/i `5 66 am 1 L-�' %'Utl noge I_ _ 30 v 1 , r 318.484 aq.ft. ``--� : /4 34 112.156 sq.H. 2' n \I 160 ' moi' \ \ \\ / 316.37,8 aq.ft. / ��� 100.0 3'0.0 _ I ip j23 f_� _ 752.3 --J ���/ \\ \ \\ ��/,/ \�� Ut:D'IitYnEasemrd ent \ 0 100.0 112.5 - _o I I I i,a.202 aq.ft. -ornrnn c �n h yorai utnitrEa°nd-1 \ \ `%j\s �\ / / I I ___ 9e and___ 3s� I L-1651 1 h I semant / o \o . \ / / 1 I 1 UhlitY Easement24 .. OUTLOT N / �I 5 �� o 378,714 aq.ft. % \ / / / \ 316,013 aq.ft. -I� --- I _ 112,2,79 aq.ft I / /�\ \/ I 4 I oo=E I 1 3399,451 eq.ft. \ / \ / 115,000 sq.ft. �I I SI of I �^ p o 22 1 I L _-__ 1500 I mo�X \\ /'// \\\9 i I I I 315.000 sq.k. 4? I 6 0l I I 3aE I Y I 1 N -_--- --_J hj/ /' \' ±15,000saH. o I 7 ; 1 ±13.286 aq.ft. Im io 1 -__, �o// \\ I I I I 1 I ±17.504 q.k. Im i I 157.1 a NI / � 6 � 000--- L___ I I Y I ±12,245 aq.ft. j --r\ 23 /' / �\ w I - ,00.0'_ I I I I I \ i1e,714aaft. //// \9'—_ 1Do0----I L - J� 17 15�z N \ // STREET G „3s '6 I , 21 - -----J \ \% \ 440.2 _ I I I 312.767 aq.ft. In I 1 / \33 / / / / 93.4 I I 266; __ 1ss M—_—_225., - I 153 4 ry I o f o�O / _ I L ---------J I m II Ir mIl 119.303 q.f as ------ 312.245 q.k. LEGEND ° .d io T $ - m 30 m r - - --- --- -- _7 7s 1 -- - -- II IIIl�e 890 I YI LJ • Denotes Found Iron Monument 0 25 50 100 2O O Denotes Inch by 4 inch 21 ±12.46.k. 4 -- -----_, rebgr, marked with RLS 40361 e ' --1 ±17aq.ft. J v 20 r\` � I,7 30 10 c 1500 SCALE m FEET±19,773 q.t. Pheasan I 1 Ridge Drive NE, i / (�CarlSOn Sule100 (herebycerti that this plan, specification Prin[Name: Thomas R.Ballun.L.S. DRAWN BY: KCM Reviai°na MONTICELLO PROPERTIES HAVEN RIDGE 1 • environmental 1I.Ine, MN 11449 report was prepared by me or under my � / 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 of direct supervision and that I am a duly Signature: ISSUE DATE: 4/5/19 Monticello, Minnesota McCain I'sugineering Phone: (763)489-7900 Licensed Land Surveyor der p PRELIMINARY PLAT rveying Fax: (763) 489-79.c the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 40361 FILE NO: 1644 www.carlsonmccaln.<om Brooklyn Park, MN, $S42$ 38 P�anta— I., I A,I L_is71 6 < I I I I ---------- i,z.zaaq.n. 23 318.714 q.k. 'J L 17 I I I I L—__—_ sz.z_ / \% 21 I 312,767 sq.ft. I� --J r_- i, r 1 n n I In I , v L V I I V I V L vii \ ory/ '� 21s.i -� ^ \393,4 - o I I I — _ 25.8: --_ 225.1 M a� L_ 1534 — 1 �I 7 0E mI LI J 159 ,on o 22 5 ---_—_— e < 319,303 aq.ft.- -- _ _ — I -- --- E..m� 451 _ 312,245 sq.ft. I l ooaYy \\ Im I _v\17_ 8- 30 , 20 L 150.0 --- — —--- 21 20 ---- 7�Ez —I I 312,465 q.ft. % N0_-104 .___— 17,472 q.H. 9.f. i L_ .T. / \\ I ___ -153.6 -----JM m of 8 112,110 I 1// \\lC^320.841 / \ aq.k. 1 I� I I s .ft \ J M I I 19 w$I 152.3 m I 312,541 aq.ft. ^ C.0i r----------, J p L p /' \ \ \ \\ / I / o/ 1 19 O 45 1 u]pl I L_ 154.7\ 85� - -_-_-___k3O M e _ -_ N \ \ \ 317.826 sq.H. ,�1 p / 272.9 84.2 ,0\ \ \ // _J I rp — — ¢¢ly/ / \ / 320,700 sq.ft. ZI"' I I I LI— 942 __0 ".9e and__ \ . / •� ublitY Easement / �k. \ \ \ 0 \ ,J j \ 3e 1�' ,/ 18 \\\ r ----J\\\ I ° v 1 $ VIII /�i5p0� ii'\ p \ 58.2 192A 1005 o d_-\ 9e 1 eo r—_______� 315,998 sq.ft. \\\\\ — _, \ s \ B / \ /ha. Ie 66 I I 315.000 sq.H.OrIs 91.8 UtStY insert _ /I;y� \ i� r-- yo\\ \\ j zoin I - 5- I unrt r eo e gna me g56 /� J\\\ ' 1 1 o' , a \ 17 Pa \ \ /!' Se\ \ \ 317,023 312.874 sq.ft. 0a 33 sqk. p 1 316.332sq.ft. \ \\\ \ / 3 I - 15 � 15 \ / 17 q.R. 3,7CJ 710aq.k. 3,6.4 \I �I 14 I Is I I 17 \ \ \ / f= ^d 11 0l `\ 317.088 aaft. a Q�1 r n ,Ai I I�`I I pl Il a '7 / < v / I 318208 s ft. I q. / 316.60, sq.ft. .-°I I 12 J /O / �I 13 v 1 1 V rY V1 r7 I 1 _I_L— 08.8 316,188 a9. k. - 317.159 sq.ft. 1 1 1 �" 300? / \ \ 4 I \ \ \ 134.8 _ \ 317,328 q.ft. 314.�- s 6 �\ \\ oo \ I d > } 16 \ \ 1 214' L---- 3 ° \\ \\ O\\ \\ Dttd tYEosmi°''" 3 Owl p 1 / 4 _--- 319,523 aq.R \\ 06 L_-- "'J / 69_4 —"l \ i�0 II 9_[U _ \ \ _—� r—__ \ 315,477 s9. k. \ \ y '120 p oo N I /// / \�6 �_ M STREET 105.0 \ 1019 �_—� r 1 I \ 1 \\ \ �T' a \ > nO I �%Q / 1 \\ LV / / \ \ —i�-�_ 1,170 H ""'' �" 1 1 '1 '1 \ ' 6 0�\\ \ // / 2$ '"�\ II II II I 86 I 2 -RaY25.0 iii' \\ II )1 1\ 316.885 sq.ft. 1 26 \ 1 90 \ i / / \ \ 95.4 / / 15 —� r------- %\ 8 0l 1 317,257 aq.ft. / / I — 41.6 r------ 47 9 r— 694' "' I ,5 15 1 �_ \ wl 1 315.403 aq.k. g ±14,285 aq.n. 314.451 sq.ft. E� z i z < cel 1�'\\ \ ' ', I 1 \ `\ ��—/ 0 I \ 14=51 I J:0\\ I II 11 315.290 aq.ft. `En i / ±17, 906 pl ; 13 �I pl I ��11 w \111 IL—_—_ ---J IL—_—__---, �/ g93 \ ^I j 315,257 sq.k. ^I I 1 2 ml I 118.113 aq.R 11 3 �ll 1'�o'o-9Eos—�en`I 1\ IL yi' " 89 D 41.4 64.4 1 30 - 1 I I o 600 318,928 sq.ft. of I l 834 von I _ y 33s jJ 1 V c ` 3g I I I I szs—J �---- „or°ma ----JI Lt Utility Eoaen, ,033 ���- �� A 95.4 —_ mnt 1 I 1 2785 720,5----j 1 �--�------------------ 1 t I Ij _ I -\ • I 66 �r\A I V V L J I OUTLOT 0 / i 5°uth Ime of the 5°uthe°at 17 Quarter o _ ±1,12V44 a .ft q Section 23.. ' I Northwest corner of the 1 'a` ,v. 'L` South line of the West Half 'a` ,m. 'L` ,a. ,v. ,it, ,a. y Quartgr of ,a, ''u` -` '�' 'a` Town 21 ,v. \ j r i shi 1 Force 25 p 9 I ' Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section I 126, Township 121, Range 25 of the Southeast Quarter of I i� Section 23, Township 121. i Range 25 - � -- --- 1 ---- I ------------------_-----_—__—__—__—__----T' I � I I 1t 1 1149.9 I 1 EGEND - �\ -LEGEND- w I , O - Denotes Wright County Monument, as noted Denotes I / / • - Denotes Found Iron Monument 0 25 50 100 1 O - Denotes 5/8 inch by 14 inch 3 � I rebar, marked with RLS 40361 SCALE IN FEET) h M I I I (�CarlSOil • environmental I'sugieyinn9 hS. Sind pheasant Ridge Dnve NE, suleeloo Blaine, MN ssaa9 (herebycertiyearedbyplan, meor ndermy Prin[Name: Thomas R.BalIuH.L.S. report was prepared by me or under my �/ direct supervision and that I am a duly Signature: DRAWN BY: ISSUE DATE: KCM Rewaiana MONTICELLO PROPERTIES 7308 As en Lane, Suite 114 p HAVEN RIDGE PRELIMINARY PLAT 17 / of 4/5/19 rveying McCain Phone: (763)489-7900 Fax: (763) 489-79.c www.carlsonmccan.<om ensedLand Sume der the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 40361 FILE NO: 1644 Brooklyn Park, MN, 55428 Monticello, Minnesota 38 1VoesVoa�-1-17--­- luP.P. \tee mewu \ P-11.aym I., II--------------- � 0 I \ I 86 I I � M� OUTLOT0 � Saath Ime of the Saatheast 17to Quarter as aN I Northwest corner of the 1 South I,ne of the Wesl Half '\` 'rl` '\` '\` "t` 1261443.It. '\` '\` *1 ,iLL 9 '\` '\` 'o` "u` / ,\, of Sectron 23. ` uo1 � '\` Town 21, R To.,s 1 } Northwest Quarter of the 1 of the Southeast Quarter of ' 1 1 I shr , ane p g � — — — — �'-- Northeast Quorter of Section 26. Township 121, Range 25 I / Section 23. Township 121, i Range 25 __—__--__—__—__—__ — — _ — _ _ _ — _ _ — _ _ — _ _ — _ — — — — — — J_ I \\ i I FARIES I I —'•' 33 I 2 v, / I I I r a r v r W w r v r a 0) �n I I I \• I y I / c` vFa to Ips I T n IA/ hl 1 v vv 1 v .. 11 r1 1 F� 1 4 7 4 ion /� i ,iM ,IL ,w. ,iM w. ,r,. ,tr ,m. .r< - z ^aoo I I I I n CS lest line of the Northwest a10 r 1 I of the Northeast a y y v y y v y a y as n Qj 1 1 SON I,,t:r uartr of Sectron 26. _hip 121, Range 25 I J OM z I I S 4'OS W owrvFR: I I vw 21 lora- 12of 1 1 I 3 I I I v I a a 4 m 1 1 C? I I 1 tV b I West line of the North half of I the Northeast Quarter of the N I I I I Northeast Quarter of Section 26, Township 121, Range 25 33 I I L I / South line of the North Half of at Qera, rt I NortheasleQuarSect— 26, To—shrp 121, Range 25 — I r136.56 589°01 35'W Mrdpant on the West hne of I the Northwest Quarter of the I u I 33 I r Northeast Quarter of Section ,\;� f 26, Township 121, Range 25 \ East line of the Northwest Quarter__ I I I \ of the Northeast Quarter of Sectron I L) A h I /1 r— _r 26, Township 121, Range 25 I I I I (J' I I I I I I I I N I I I I I I i I I I i I � LEGEND I \ Saatheaat aarner of the Narthweat �_ —Denotes Wright County Monument, ps noted of---,, 3ectton ar 26,tTownsnIF 121, Rangerth—t Quarter 25I ' I I C i \ • — Denotes Found Iron Monument 0 25 50 100 i I 33 I i O — Denotes 5/8 inch by 14 inch I I rebar, marked with RLS 40361 (SCALE IN FEET) I I I 3890 Pheasant Rld9e Drlve (Carlson SMiteI00 • environmental Blaine, MN 55449 NE, hereby certify that this plan,specibcation orreport was prepared by me or under my Print Name: Thomas R.Balluff,L.S. DRAWN BY: �y> KCM Revlsians MONTICELLO PROPERTIES HAVEN RIDGE i / 1 Phone: I supervision and that I am a duly Signature: A��G+�w. AYE/ ISSUE DATE: 4/5/19 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 P PRELIMINARY PLAT of •-rveyering 3)48989-7900 rveying Fax: (763) McCain Licensed LandSurveyorunder thelawsoftheStateofMinnesota Date. 4519 Dcense#. 40361 FILE NO: 1644 Brooklyn Park, MN, 55428 Monticello, Minnesota / 38 mocal59 / www.carsonmccan.<om �,i�„i_ ,r,ov�,r, monuceilo oAoenies�cae vaekurvey�p piar��ass Pro ew9 SAN SWR FARMT_�_A[ MH REFORM- -1 -- INVERT`_- / T----------� r -- e< EX RE= \ / / INV 93505-$,W REMOVE & REPLACE INV 93520- (PAVEMENT AS NEEDED T p; / EX.INV 9350-5 "- 11 INSTALL WATERMAIN AND /I! 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STREET C\°`•I) -- _ .�� _{ 7 B RE= 960 70 2 \ \ t\ INVV 93704 W IN9371 -SE \ 3 �C\\ 4 R\ 5 \ 2 3 RE= 963056 INV 9384 INV 93853 E 7 WV 9510 SW I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I RNV 9 03 "Ip, Raw jm '��• INV 94003 W a1- 6 \ >a, \ \NV 9401 SE 11 ._._ 12 4 wv osi Fe y n 7 8 O a Q-E_�Tu@L00,, N RE= 96150 20 p- l I EAERMIN JIom �N1g --R 3a.51Rf�-SEIDI\ INV 57BEEMEOVEEN&RSEPNEAECDAED NV 950 INSTALL WAT(l `I , \��I �„` \`I1 , \`'\\\ _� `\�\� ���•�\ \\ \ ,\ \ \ I \`\1 {\ \ "� \ { V. 944.22-N \,1-1. aR/w I '\ 9 19 6 II Ir x44.32-5 I 5 \ o6M OHa. 33 $ I \ 2 \ /RE=96533 III l li f IN 95283 n1 1 INV 946 pp2-N '1 \\ INV s451z-s jplI �^,rs cKLaf' 7 j \\ `A1 10 32 Nl;i a 'A1 I t m 30 12 ` 16 OUTLOT G II I I 9 \1 �\ e \ \ i�, I OUTLOT F I ' 13 I \ RE= 964 30 I I 1 1 \ \ INV 14 15 0\\' \ . 946.12-N (SEE SHEET 201 �\ I = INV 94622-5 I INV 948 99- TEMPORARY IBIT \ I I INV 94909 -NW tP .i +i (CONNECTION i I I 10 28 +/ 2D'R ----- -INV 94849 -NW \ sTdRu sEN'��. RE -9 8 I INV 946 ]8-N as9s I \ 12 % z0'R �' j v. 46.e8 -s I 1 \ ! 13 INV 94769-E I INV 94779-W in63 4B ' 26 14 in 15 X16 h I _ \'\ I 1 WETLAND / 17 m IR 25 I w ' ) r I .b I 1 \ 18 24 RE= 965.65 I / INV 52.88 -IX /p V 98-�11 3qB \ \ OUTLOT G \\,\ INV 95365 1 Alk � I a' �\ \ \ \ 19 •d\ 4P \, 7 RNV.E= 961.22 \ 948.07 -SW \ \\ 23 .948.17 -SE \ 948.17-N 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Revisions: (� Carlson Suite 100 hereby certify that this plan, speafwtwn Print Name: Brian ]� -flak, P.E. Drawn: 1. nvlronmental Blaine, MN 55449 or report Was prepared by me or under my • I :engineering phone: (763) 489-7900 direct supervision antl that 1 am a duly Signature' /G�- Designed: Blx McCain rveying Fax: (763) 489-7959 Licensed Professional Engineer under ww.carlson—in.com the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 25063 Date: 4/5/19 9i r:�pesv -7a 056-m���iio Pr wi�u.e �sal�g �eeW pw,�im�ia��ui.� d„ N° 14 10 12 V 41 13 OUT6QT\D\' \\ \ 14 I TOEXISTING IWM WITH 8" WET TAP <W/G.V.&e0x IiI lj SAN SWR FARMT_�_A[ MH REFORM- -1 -- INVERT`_- / T----------� r -- e< EX RE= \ / / INV 93505-$,W REMOVE & REPLACE INV 93520- (PAVEMENT AS NEEDED T p; / EX.INV 9350-5 "- 11 INSTALL WATERMAIN AND /I! I \, y��\• °°°•\. \ ,� / ' IF------- I (SANITARY SEWER 11 10 POND li OUTLET CONTROL, I I I POND OUTLOT E .POND 11 FILTRATION BENCH •,_,,,/ ` ✓ \ \ \ \ I SEE RIGHT i� 2 3 4 5 \ ik" \\ t o \`! ±INVX35208=E RE= 9618 6 "g6, Qpp s 6CONNECT T •R INV 9528695218S,W INV 95.2 -SE a°„De: p•S%e R/WEXITING .-"-- _ INV 9-97 51. STREET C\°`•I) -- _ .�� _{ 7 B RE= 960 70 2 \ \ t\ INVV 93704 W IN9371 -SE \ 3 �C\\ 4 R\ 5 \ 2 3 RE= 963056 INV 9384 INV 93853 E 7 WV 9510 SW I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I RNV 9 03 "Ip, Raw jm '��• INV 94003 W a1- 6 \ >a, \ \NV 9401 SE 11 ._._ 12 4 wv osi Fe y n 7 8 O a Q-E_�Tu@L00,, N RE= 96150 20 p- l I EAERMIN JIom �N1g --R 3a.51Rf�-SEIDI\ INV 57BEEMEOVEEN&RSEPNEAECDAED NV 950 INSTALL WAT(l `I , \��I �„` \`I1 , \`'\\\ _� `\�\� ���•�\ \\ \ ,\ \ \ I \`\1 {\ \ "� \ { V. 944.22-N \,1-1. aR/w I '\ 9 19 6 II Ir x44.32-5 I 5 \ o6M OHa. 33 $ I \ 2 \ /RE=96533 III l li f IN 95283 n1 1 INV 946 pp2-N '1 \\ INV s451z-s jplI �^,rs cKLaf' 7 j \\ `A1 10 32 Nl;i a 'A1 I t m 30 12 ` 16 OUTLOT G II I I 9 \1 �\ e \ \ i�, I OUTLOT F I ' 13 I \ RE= 964 30 I I 1 1 \ \ INV 14 15 0\\' \ . 946.12-N (SEE SHEET 201 �\ I = INV 94622-5 I INV 948 99- TEMPORARY IBIT \ I I INV 94909 -NW tP .i +i (CONNECTION i I I 10 28 +/ 2D'R ----- -INV 94849 -NW \ sTdRu sEN'��. RE -9 8 I INV 946 ]8-N as9s I \ 12 % z0'R �' j v. 46.e8 -s I 1 \ ! 13 INV 94769-E I INV 94779-W in63 4B ' 26 14 in 15 X16 h I _ \'\ I 1 WETLAND / 17 m IR 25 I w ' ) r I .b I 1 \ 18 24 RE= 965.65 I / INV 52.88 -IX /p V 98-�11 3qB \ \ OUTLOT G \\,\ INV 95365 1 Alk � I a' �\ \ \ \ 19 •d\ 4P \, 7 RNV.E= 961.22 \ 948.07 -SW \ \\ 23 .948.17 -SE \ 948.17-N 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Revisions: (� Carlson Suite 100 hereby certify that this plan, speafwtwn Print Name: Brian ]� -flak, P.E. Drawn: 1. nvlronmental Blaine, MN 55449 or report Was prepared by me or under my • I :engineering phone: (763) 489-7900 direct supervision antl that 1 am a duly Signature' /G�- Designed: Blx McCain rveying Fax: (763) 489-7959 Licensed Professional Engineer under ww.carlson—in.com the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 25063 Date: 4/5/19 9i r:�pesv -7a 056-m���iio Pr wi�u.e �sal�g �eeW pw,�im�ia��ui.� d„ N° 14 10 12 V 41 13 OUT6QT\D\' \\ \ 14 SEE LEFT -------------t ' 73-5 MONTICELLO PROPERTIES I HAVEN RIDGE 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 28 Monticello, Minnesota Brooklyn Park, MN 554 PRELIMINARY SITE & UTILITY PLAN 19 f/ 38 / r-- // V' � ISEE SHEET 191 ' "` I I I I I ? / I alai 3 4 \ 8 \ __i _ ------ A _.-. /I OUTLOT G I I I I wp r-------� 2 r----- II \\ I I INV. 948.99-5 q _ CORE DRILLA D CONNECT TO EXISTINjC LACEREMI SAN SWR MH. EFORM IN RT. !TEMPORARY SIT. 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Drawn: MONTICELLO PROPERTIES nvlronmental Blaine, MN 55449 rePortwaspreparedbymeorundermy HAVEN RIDGE PRELIMINARY SITE & 21 • engineering phone: (763) 489-7900 direct supervision antl that 1 am a duly Signature' /G�- Deslgnetl: Blx 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 of McCain ('surveying Fax: (763)489-7959 LlcensetlProfess- alEngineerunder Monticello, Minnesota UTILITY PLAN ww.carlsonmccain.com the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License#: 25063 Date: 4/5/19 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 / 38 9i r:\pesv -1a 116-m�5�iio P`ePe<rl�uee eaa\en5eeeW9w—laeeule d„ LEGEND nvlrorlmental engineering I'su_eying EXISTING PROPOSED PROPERTY LINE Revisions: EASEMENT LINE CURB LINE BITUMINOUS 0 0 CONCRETE 0 0 SANITARY SEWER STORM SEWER WATER MAIN WATER OVERHEAD UTILITY --------------- DE STORM CATCH BASIN STORM MANHOLE 0 OUTLET CONTROL STRUCTURE (] MANHOLE HYDRANT GATE VALVE TELEVISION BOX TELEPHONE BOX UTILITY POLE RETAINING WALL FENCE 10' CONTOUR 2' CONTOUR FEMA FLOOD PLAIN WETLAND LINE SPOT ELEVATION a- x 000 E.O.F EMERGENCY OVERFLOW 4-4. x g g 0000 SILT FENCE ........................••. TREE FENCE •••-•••-•••-•••-•••-•••. TREELINE ..,-...............,-. SOIL BORING TH GRADINGLIMITS •••••••••••••f•®®®•••••••• - WETLAND BUFFER SIGN NaiEs cosi WETLAND SUMMARY WETLAND FILL = 87,854 SF (2.0 AC) D WICWETLAND BUFFER AREA = 586,653 SF (13 5 AC) REQUIRED WMC WETLAND BUFFER AREA = 520,869 S.F. (12.0 AC) NOTE: WETLAND REPLACEMENT CREDITS TO BE PURCHASED IN LIEU OF ONSITE REPLACEMENT. 0 125 250 500 I (IN FEET) BENCHMARKS 1. Minnesota Department of Tmnsportatwn Geodetic GSID Station No 93813 (MnDot Name Golf). ELEVATION = 974.529 MONTICELLO PROPERTIES 22 (Carlson HAVEN RIDGE • 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 GRADING INDEX of Monticello, Minnesota McCain Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 38 / nvlrorlmental engineering I'su_eying 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Suite 100 Blame, MN 55449 Phone: (763)489-7900 Fax: (763)489-7959 WW.carisonurn—in.com herebycerbfythat this plan, speafcatwn Print Name: Brian] -flak, P.E. report Was prepared by me or under my dfimc supervision and that Iamaduly Signatures a /� - Licensed Professional Engineer under the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License#: 25063 Drawn: LOC Designed: efx Date: 4/5/19 Revisions: r:�pIvv-roaovnss-.—InoPr�w�gu�a w9w,��m��a�s9,aa�ng A \ 969615 102 �• ��� \\\ °�� \ \ \ (959.0) ,A � \ I (98/9. / / / r � � • v '� � � � v�\v,. \ G I C012) 98g?•0 98 l \\ I 5 / 0i2)96S 981r— J 9B4 _\ 966.0 GRP 5-(R � �\ .. � , g6e• / La �j ® \� � t .i o09 _ ` G / , � / / 108r\` -� �' 1 • • �� � \� ` �^��— _ �� / � / / GN P c p, UY +0 —� l Seo l l 1 96q /• \\%;�� \ ;°"�� ��< � os6v.00— 9e5 / R (9 , l l l _ 81.5 7D�._• \ / 14 � L \ S 5j 5 , � � , \ ` / / \ e3. • � \ \ eo= -_� �_""�� LLI i\ I �`� / \ • �. 1•L8 .� 1- ' �,Po , / s.o / l R l` / / l \ \� ,�� 9° ®<w � � ��,, �� '�� ;� ���-`��—� \���, '� �'� � \ / \ \�\ \ \ r, �� /� i` soh p rn I �`I �� o \ eyPo :.. ... 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(�1!_1. ..G.P.tlO�. 5 _ °'°-- -; � ., � ' � �.,.:...:.: � 1 •:A:=:�:•.'.... ,� • ,' � v �.� e7..°ate EET_ �- � -.��- .�. -- � -^ ---.-x � 6 4:864.9 vlo \ \ .-.�, \ •,. •. .•�• 0 25 5�0 �100 \ ,\.�.♦ _ ..... . ,.•\ \"tea Q(X 5 FEET) �v .... \ // / 9ys9 2� 566.5 966 -------1 L O \ 1 LICTIO \ ... r✓Q 966.0 G 966.5 NNe`E � ° ..' :.� BENCHMARKS , ... / 5g(2 \ 1. Minnesota Department of Transportation I ,• ', •, � a'cis �• � L- 5 ° seer"n s xrRo �l� ° �',••... •., .'.* .0'.l '. Nam.tGicolGf)S. ID Station No. 93813 (MnDot I ` '.'�:.: '.'.:•.�.:• ,• .•. , .. • \d / 68 \� _95599..05 9 I 995691..50 )� / �/o I p I .oI W�iriws� 115 ,• IIrI \ �. s0 185\( ELEVATION = 974.529 - t ::'I:'.'•• / :'•':'-:�.�-.'.'. •.'. �• / 958 167 166 I 34 a5%`d W.E.TL....F.\I4,_LL r - ------- 22 29,927 S.F.�/ou ;' 5 ISEE SHEET om 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Revisions: (Carlson Suite 100 hereby`ertlythat this plan, Pe`16wt'°" Print Name: Brian ]�stylak,P.E. Drawn: LOC MONTICELLO PROPERTIES nvironmental Blaine, lorrepartwasprepared bymeorunder my I I I I HAVEN RIDGE I PRELIMINARY GRADING 125 • engineering phone: (763) 489-7900 direct supervision and that 1 am a duly Signature 4., �! Designed: enc 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 Of McCain I'surveyIng Fax: (763)489-7959 Licensed ProfesslonalEngineer under Monticello, Minnesota & EROSION CONTROL PLAN ww.carisonmccain.com the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License#: 25063 Date: 4/5/19 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 / 3$ r:lpvs l -7a 055-m-n.Prw�ri�u.e °aa1�g °e w9w,•im�ia°s9,aae dwg a "-yl �• 'I � I III'IIIIII I I I/ /• /III ..1\ \4� ;..;}. ; �:::\. \ 10 DAY SNOW MELT 954.7 I ••;t�; •'•••''�:.:''.'�'� �\ \ l 7S�\� \ \so sCO e/ \9 no \ \ \ s• $ s°o�.` \ \ / /`e\ \ / :.`•' '...•'...• ... Ii 50' AVERAGE ISEE 51T 142 WETLAND 100 YR HWL = 954.9 958.0 WETLAND BUFFER 100 YR B—B HWL 956.7 WQ 958.5 84,512 SF 53 / : •�•I I •' , ,r / * •' ' ' ' I _ I I \ (84,314 SF REQU /l a q9s 1•� � / l � I o I / �'�--� •:K,t•' t•'''''•''.�... / .\...... { �\,'/ �\ �?os�J '�`\ '\ Po ss c I 9ss.o c_ I �/ � O �� /115 1 \ }:..�•T .. • •� \ • • �'. � - � \\ �� \®' :. ---� �-- � � _ '�. .,,-•.. __.�• .l-�•-���•- »,, \' int \ � .� .( � � '1' :-'�:•' 1 ��'� ... , � ..... '\ .... •�:.:.:... \ 9592 ,' \=`� - ' �---ETC _ _ - -���� '> , ' g, - --- - -� / I ........ •. \\ .\ •80S / 063 i.oa� 6.664.9 s $ \ �"" 2 \ : :::?;.• \�'. '170 ° 4Lp p�� �d dl�� 115 �\ qp ` \'- .•:•:•:•:•�: � �:� \ �� �'/ s5s(�J / / sss.o / /------� �-------� % t ;' I ;r / �I \I 1 d'�; � . '�a. . . . . r / •-.'•'• i\ , � ' ` 590 IG I 966 /I( L J �1 TI s' \ • •._.•.-1i.' . �'.'. QAf u no \ 1'•;•;- `u wQi2 i t c SSSS c / r" / \ ` •:.:::.'{. :: ' 95g5 WQ(2) LQ I 1 ,•rl p TRDx '? aR .\ • • 4:-. I •. .. 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I I.� .enf'� �'�I\ 7� s\ Rea , •a a s, \ _ —191 \ •: \�\. \ \ oo I 6 O \� / sam° as o\ TRD onaaR °aee B \ MANAGE 1 ar _ \\` •� �-l/ F 'TR- aas \ asp • • e cc \ ••, •'� •, `'• `•\ t / /� / \ // :r / rRD u N 50 .R° soa ,,, ' AVERAGE ` A ° s°R�sea' 's a \ ti \'•' WETLAND BUFFER 1 .......• \ ss O o / _ — — 609'. / / 1 ...........: J4 Rases \.. ..:� / 218,336 SF \. \ ', so s a /\'.:•� �• �._.�, Ra 215,098 SF REQUIRED Sas o �6"' e`. 6p :;•�' \ 16 N. i -.-.• / 960.0 \ \ / .7 •' / ,R .•��'�� 2� , k., o6P �°: � S / c1 :•"-��.•.•.-.•:� \ \ •�•..;.• s°° I \ 19 7 • `�':'''''::� \ :: `::::: _ :�6 161 . )' I :: f ::-:.:.:/ WETLAND FILL: _ i..... ...... . 3656 S.F. i � \ �.'�::-.:. I .. ae-r. asp i s'•,nl ,� �j c< i' sQ ' 9.86'^oa I ge so -\ 9s3 q� A, \ C, �a§a e�..... 1:•: •. I� _�\ I I °mD 2 [R \ tD z] - y ^r �� :'•'•'•'•'•'•'• r�4 :::�\ MANAGE 1 I I •.� 4 ` 2112 S`o40 0�0% 60• .RP;\,+,.....�.'\'''''-'''''''''''''•''{'. e I G , 2 I ti l c� \\ b• \ J /50 h p,� ^�' 'v* 9630 = � _ \G,0 . ° ., �\ `a\,...-......;� \ � f':-:':':':-''' / /\ \�• •'�'•'•'\. �. / (IN FEET) �,z SSG ss3:o x� 2�3 ° a : •'•1 DA � �s � �� �� /� � HWL J� ° � • •'• �,� ,�,• i ��• • :•\• I /BENCHMARKS I L ?°SO .) 6? > / 206 SQV (+}I�., \' 6 948 +.\•• ''�.. ".�. ..:.'... . j \ -.� ��1: ::� / • / •C� \ 620 `"�+' `950 • \ _ /.•. . Geodetic Deportment of Transportation .(,I ,',\', Geodetic GSID Station No. 93813 (MnDot 60.5 INSTALL SILT FENCE-9,,,'\ •'�'•'•'•'•'•'•'•'- I Name Golf. +� C TER FADING IS - — \, i- '\ •.-. '/ i \ •, \ ` /" •' ELEVATION = 974.529 GG.7� 9B 62.0 .. •. •. \ •./ k mo 3 962 80. lam .... ° •," .. ..:'S .°�...��. �• a,a 9735 S.F. ---------- WETLAND -------WETLAND FILL f/ •/� `\—•\. \'• -- �--- —gWETLAND FILL .....:.-------- 2310 ' / S.F. .—� � _ _ — — —`�•— � '� I 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Revisions: (�Car�son SDite100 nerebyeerfythatthisplan,speaficabo, PrintName: Brian]�stonak.P.E. Loc MONTICELLO PROPERTIES 26 nv!.Dmental Blaine, MN 55449 arrepartwspreparedbymeorundermy 1D.— I I I HAVEN RIDGE I PRELIMINARY GRADING • engineering Phone: (763) 489-7900 direct supervision and that 1 am a duly Signature /G Designed: enc 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 of McCain I .surveying Fax: (763)489-7959 Licensed Profess'. al Engineer under Monticello, Minnesota & EROSION CONTROL PLAN ww.carlsonmccein—rin theI— oftheStateofMinnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 25063 Date: 4/5/19 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 / 38 I ii I I I I bl I I — _ —_��_- --- ------ B5TFT-STREETTIE----------- — - YN -- ---- -0—� ----L — 962�--=__�----- - _ - � --_ ---_ - -_ 9aD - - -- _ � T \i -----Iran,00 — —\/TRD i e I WETLAND FILL \aD699°`4917\ s'c`r//D II t lie I �A ° abs 94 vvv -----� �/ ✓ �B$ I II �,I. I � - 960--_�--���\` • s °mo gs I I � T rTao — �•_ _ \q�Po \\ 954 • O ir+ /� °`. T I I'i •° 25 ' . �\ • -962 l F �� �9. \ //ss5� ND 20 �) ° - • 9' > a f 25 I r- - ---� / \ � a \\ AY SNOWMELT 9�/ ,ev, � ���3. RSi. 1,144, 'Y 966.0 964.0 ° \�e� r y �, \ 0 YR HWL 9�V i Q' T I I 963.5 964.5 / / \ — `ii• \ s T /YV II� IIJi LO WO 1'33 o 260, a+ ° \ ayT �° ar II��� •> 71. . G 9720 TIs ��_50 U ' cP ' ieoTgBs' I xo J_ ,tea: �� o i�1 to \ 'g %L ?O. Y �Ny R \ Q� g6N DO '• �Q 74oRET91DHN��till n o6° R' °i V8 B rILDER) 3y ; .17 daoa3,�.' • °oa•Daaa3�aaoaD D ae° .a T�re4o a 0 8o,D a1R,,,o aabaD o;Vie\ 701- 74. as: ,,RD� 11 T 1 T26RD ID 12 . Tao 83gTreD z9 aD ao TrDaD 0140 838° TaD 9D, TRD 341 aa9 ,RD 1s TRD s'3`P 133 TR D a3mRD s 4 TaD e3D e39 TTRD 9Ds aD sDa ,aD os i 6 4 \ 0000 �aD931 9°Rc _ /� 2 2 1 w aD 930 �o� �$ TRD 909 11 I III Ery • 'g6 /6�. / \ Y D R RD 94 RD 95,-9�8DT9 9ED 1— Ta • S�aD Y y� \ kI \ 1 /) i• \� / / 960 • 1PD•ss �6, / •'�Bit� °910, � �rn , I' \ I �oiii"` I �" ,/ • • '� /�^ � ���, r e264�/ TRD TRD D9\ • ° rR�a •..epi;.•• `.RD TaD93— D i 14I2 '\I (11 0l =? T e� 56. ° �gS96°TRo a TRI)��- •'D�a.a •/'" , GJOG`Dif/ I • �3.Q/ ;; •I F{••• �.j�. asp#. . / i.'.'.'. \ / ;Rasps.. •� •.lµ . ? oTaDs ,1$5 f=..;..... `... 0 25 50 100 \ / \ \I� .•...♦j ;.T ;. (IN FEET) / A BENCHMARKS I / 1. Minnesota Department of Transportation Geodatia GGSID Station No. 93813 (MnDot Name Golf). ELEVATION = 974.529 a a 1�8 � f..'.;. •. 9 �« rn�,� ±�4::::::\;• ` WETLAND \. 10 DAY SNOW MELT = 954.7 �p s �$9 �'•'•'•':'`; \ 100 YR HWL = 954.9 22J a�B9 �1 N 1 ;.. \ 100 YR B -B HWL = 956.7 lop Rabe I S9 �� V' •. \ MANAGE 1 air'-- •� ' '.'.'.'.-.'.'.-.'. 50' AVERAGE 14 ! WETLAND BUFFER \.:�..::. '. 218,336 SF ly 0 1"�\'w \' ♦' (215,098 SF REQUIRED) 04 W LLJ Ld 1„ 600 I� 9 •�•:; '•'•;•.\ V) WETLAND FILL � \ � a \ .��•�.�♦� � \ .... 3656 S.F. \ 962' �./ ,I/ �954- • D 3s �, `ir� '�. 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STREET F'. 1�-oo-�-a 63.0 6 aD9—•�,�.� �9 ,� _ I � %U, I +fie t / osoy 2.4 o.so� +o sDAs�9a C $v61 �o6p\/\ s a 6 26- 50D_,i sso \• Air INSTALL SILT 60.5 62.0 " AFTERRADING IISE 95; / �/is -� \�a9—i / �•3' ti �1�\ COMPIFTF 6 6 `�/ 4966.3 96fii0. } 1 9650 96 i.0 \965;5' l,1 WETLAND FILL >` ,.,_ • • • • • •-'°RD 618 1 I 62 o ao •g -- 2 \�/ S* my 5 <- 4�Ri 3599 S013 l SOG� -2 4 2 � SO $1 9735 S.F. L 6p\_ n 06 $ �s 237 G o% ?�47 SOG4 OG °� Das, ... .� _�,..... . 7 � — _ 1 ��� � � ° 6a= WETLAND 77 \ ao arm \ ,J SaD 360 u u Z U � 1 4 .' LJ LJ IBJ LJ LJ LJ _ . 1 U / 2310 S.F. /9 ¢ 65.5.-964- - T•D, _ .� • 19 - \ "_"—"_\—.—,—"_-•—"� s y 62 65,0' .C-. ._•••• �T•••••.•••• •ice.,.• 9 s4- �....•••.•••\•-a,. •y<• ••••••••�`:=F— —~ • — — _ _ ���.L.—..0J—*—.—.�/ wEi>AND FILL WETLAND \ "— e` WETLAND FILL \ I I j II I \ 6 4354 S.F. i 2002 S.F. 10 DAY SNOWMELT = 959.5 \ I 0I 100 YR HWL = 959.6 ITI- 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Revisions: (�Carlson SDitsloo Ihereby`ertifythat this plan, spe"Owt'on print Name: Brian 3. 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Minnesota Department of Transportation Geodetic GSID Station No. 93813 (MnDot Name Golf). ELEVATION = 974.529 PRELIMINARY GRADING 128 f/ & EROSION CONTROL PLAN / 38 53 ISEE 5I 371 sorrow-------y gas----- SILT FENCE , y0g ���o � 345 '�o / ro I_ -m �ma 1 �\ _� ss. ��a° �• INSTALL � � \ \ I se AFTER GRADING IS \ \ ggyy o G /'// % \ h * fro O \ / S /^ / mD •" 9\ COMPLETE ` _ • • \ / � ' v yyo / � ,�� � / %m• y I'�, r I 264 �„d�,�� � �” • / \-�.�s�'��• ••374 ,^ / �` , �\ o aao �M \ ��°°/� • \ •\�\ p `\ gy / \°n° / J 370 //Irdh L = 56. Pn8B�496, 5 ELT = 9 7.3 �o see o���'°�. 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Drawn: LOC MONTICELLO PROPERTIES 31 nvlronmental Blaine, MN 55449 lorrepartwaspreparetlbymeorundermy ��� I I I I HAVEN RIDGE I PRELIMINARY GRADING • engineering Phone: (763) 489-790o direct supervision and that 1 am a duly Signature Deslgnetl: eMK 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 of McCain urveying Fax: (763)489-7959 Licensed Professional Engineer under - Monticello, Minnesota &EROSION CONTROL PLAN ww.CarlSanmGtain.9 the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License#: 25063 Date: 4/5/19 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 / 38 ir:�pe.vo+t-roa 16-m�a���°p-.-a�aa,eng �e W.w��m��a�s9,aa•d., I I i I I I — _ — — — — — I 956 I / '••.�•'•'••.•.I I I\ [ { MANAGE I j l P I (� Carlson • McCain r:�pe.vo+r - �9aov9aa - m�9�iio nvironment.i I : engineering rveying Prw� .—. �aa1�9 �e 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Suite 100 Blaine, MN 55449 phone: (763) 489-7900 Fax: (763) 489-7959 ww.carl50nmCWin.GOm w 9w,�im�ia�s9,aae dw9 hereby certify that this plan, specification Print Name: Brian ]. Krystofiak, P.E. oI report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that 1 am a duly Signature thLicensed Professional Engineer untler the laws of the State of Minnesota Dale: 4/5/19 License #: 25063 Drawn: LDC Deslgnetl: BJK Dale: 4/5/19 Revisions: 75' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER 186,668 SF (131,222 SF REQUIRED) MONTICELLO PROPERTIES 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 HAVEN RIDGE Monticello, Minnesota } ?5 SD 190 (IN FEET) BENCHMARKS 1. Minnesota Department of Transportation Geodetic GSID Station No. 93813 (MnDot Name Golf). ELEVATION = 974.529 PRELIMINARY GRADINGI S / of & EROSION CONTROL PLAN / 38 I�Ij i91r�� I � ilk I "� III; ilii •I IIIA 111 IIS I II1 �II� I S Iw I' �'il � I•/ I I li ' I� I,h } I l i1 �I ;II / INFILTRATION BASIN #50 /BOTTOM EL =954.0 OUTLET EL =954.5 / 10 DAY SNOWMELT=955.4 100 YR HWL _=955.0 pp fi I I I I 1 I as 1 I I ,I I I I I I / I I I , I I I/ II I � I ,I I �I I\ I /I I/ 5 I I I I S I h o z5 so too u�I I (IN FEET) II BENCHMARKS I 1. Minnesota Department of Trenaportatian Geodetic "SIDg11. Station No. 93813 (MnDot Name Golf). ELE11ATIDN = 529 MONTICELLO PROPERTIES 33 (Carlson HAVEN RIDGE PRELIMINARY GRADING • 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 Of Monticello, Minnesota &EROSION CONTROL PLAN McCain Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 3$ I I I / nvironmental engineering urveying 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, SDitei00 Blaine, MN 55449 phone: (763) 489-7900 Fax: (763)489-7959 ww.carlsonm—in... hereby certify that this plan,speafwtwn Print Name: Brian 3.Kryswflak.P.E. lorreport wasprepared bymeorundermy ��� direct supervision and that 1 am a duly Signature' LlcenaedProfesMonalEngineerunder - the laws of the State of Minnesota Dale: 4/5/19 License#: 25063 Drawn: LOC Doslped: BJK Dale: 4/5/19 I I I r:�pvs l -1a 11s-m�a���o I I � I w9w��m��a�s9,aa• dwg I WETLAND 10 DAY SNOW MEL' 100 YR HWL = 100 YR B—B HWL o z5 so too u�I I (IN FEET) II BENCHMARKS I 1. Minnesota Department of Trenaportatian Geodetic "SIDg11. Station No. 93813 (MnDot Name Golf). ELE11ATIDN = 529 MONTICELLO PROPERTIES 33 (Carlson HAVEN RIDGE PRELIMINARY GRADING • 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 Of Monticello, Minnesota &EROSION CONTROL PLAN McCain Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 3$ I I I / nvironmental engineering urveying 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, SDitei00 Blaine, MN 55449 phone: (763) 489-7900 Fax: (763)489-7959 ww.carlsonm—in... hereby certify that this plan,speafwtwn Print Name: Brian 3.Kryswflak.P.E. lorreport wasprepared bymeorundermy ��� direct supervision and that 1 am a duly Signature' LlcenaedProfesMonalEngineerunder - the laws of the State of Minnesota Dale: 4/5/19 License#: 25063 Drawn: LOC Doslped: BJK Dale: 4/5/19 I Revisions: I r:�pvs l -1a 11s-m�a���o ProP�r� 1�aat�g �e w9w��m��a�s9,aa• dwg - I. I . - — �J - I 'S CV rno I /a r / COMPLETE ._..._ ._ eoe%°o°' • . F: .. / A^ i Z sI u°7, I l� ✓ SEE SHE '42 / \ ro °v \\ / 1I 1425 gad \ .•374 ^ \\. 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Loc MONTICELLO PROPERTIES nvimnmental Blaine, MN 55449 I o, report was prepared by me or under my ID—n: I I I HAVEN RIDGE • engineering phone: (763) 489-7900 direct supervision and that 1 am a duly Signature 4„ ��� oasli,nad: aJx 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 McCain I •surveying Fax: (763)489-7959 theI—oftesStan ateEngineeruntler Monticello, Minnesota ww.carison—in—inthe laws of the State of Minnesota Dale: 4/5/19 License #: 25063 Dale: 4/5/19 Brooklyn Park, MN 5542$ I,:uoe.v°.r-�°�v°sa-m�a�Il°Prw•r���sa �3a�en I� a�sw,almsl.���s,aa•awg N o zs so 100 FEET) BENCHMARKS 1. Minnesota Department of Transportation Geodetic GSID Station No. 93813 (MnDot Name Golf). 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G \ i 317W rnrn I I II I1 II N} I I Z-j /1 o�tr 1 ��no I poi °eyq ••• // � \ m� ? // \ \ 362 / L o / O u°DuaO 14191 B°°I AOh ` / / \ \\ // \\\\ 96F s i�m 1 RAI ISEE SHEET341, �� / L �a m \ \. \ \ /L° Cl n_ off_ �.\ 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Revisions: (Carlson suite loo hereby certify that this plan,speafiwbon Print Name: Brian 3.Kry-flak. P.E. Drawn: LOC MONTICELLO PROPERTIES nvironmental Blaine, MN 55449 I or report was prepared by me or under my I I I I HAVEN RIDGE • engineering phone: (763) 489-7900 direct supervision and that 1 am a duly Signature Designed: BlK 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 McCain I ' .-e,Ing Fax: (763) 489-7959 Licensed Professional Engineer under Monticello, Minnesota ww.carisonmcwin.com the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 25063 Date: 4/5/19 Brooklyn Park, MN 5542$ r:,pesv -1a 11s-.-In. Prw�al 1 �aa,.g �ew9w,•imnians9,aaed.g 0 25 50 100 (IN FEET) BENCHMARKS 1. Minnesota Department of Transportation Geodetic GSID Station No. 93813 (MnDot Name Golf). ELEVATION = 974.529 PRELIMINARY GRADINGI S / of & EROSION CONTROL PLAN / 38 SUBQRA CORRECTION (TOWN HOMES) AS NOTED E � FO.V TOPSOIL ARIES GRADING GRADE PROPOSED FINISHED GRADE Ir—EXISTING GRADE .. .. W ..,. SELECT BACKFlLL LIMIT OF SUBGRADE EXCAVATION MATERIAL ^ SELECT BAC - MATERIALN5,\PgMP.�R\P� COMPACTED BACKFILL NON—SELECT BACKFILL MATERIAL NON—SELECT 3.0MA%.COMPACTED BACKFlLL BACKFILL MATERIAL yMCOMPACTED BACKFILL — 1' ' MIN. —BOTTOM OF UNSTABLE MATERIAL SUBGRADE CORRECTION (SINGLE FAMILY LOTS) /TIS\ SELECT BACKFILL MATERIAL COMPACTED BACKFILL BACKFILL MATERIAL COMPACTED BACKFILL — 50' (SINGLE FAMILY) 0.5' TOPSOIL GRADING GRADE 3.0" 10• PROPOSED FINISHED GRADE EXISTING GRADE I IJ IMIT OF SUBGRADE EXCAVATION GRADING REFERENCE NUMBER SELECT BACKFlLL MATERIAL'74 LOWEST FLOOR ELEVATION SURFACE DRAINAGE---- �y` O'7SOP �ORf-?'/ NON—SELECT BACKFILL MATERIAL MAX. 3.0'I COMPACTED BACKFlLL MAX. 961 I) 0.0' MIN. ® BUILDING —BOTTOM OF UNSTABLE MATERIAL GRADING PLAN LOT KEY 1594 , 60.5 DRAINAGE & UTILITY I EASEMENT 1 n OJ 205- GRADING REFERENCE NUMBER LOWEST FLOOR ELEVATION SURFACE DRAINAGE---- �y` HOUSE TYPES ' R —RAMBLER OR SPLIT ENTRY GROUND ELEVATION 961 I) LO —RAMBLER LOOKOUT OR SPLIT ® BUILDING - 961 rJ ENTRY WALKOUT WO —RAMBLER WALKOUT SE —SPLIT ENTRY RECOMMENDED SEWO—SPLIT ENTRY WALKOUT GARAGE SIDE CG CUSTOM GRADING FINISHED ELEVATION 1---% SOG—DENOTES SLAB ON GRADE ® LOT CORNER 55 — J 644 DENOTES STEP CONDITION (IN 6" STEPS) --- CL STREET --- RAMBLER It NO SCALE I (F�SETBACK) �25• 50 FINISHED GRADE GRADING GRADE G.3' I +0. + 10' o I 0 5' MIN �TOPSOI=I I I T 15' — 1 0 5' TOPSOIL MODIFIED RAMBLER NO SCALE �30' S0' ((FRONT SETBACK) GRADING 1 FINISHED GRADE I GRADING GRADE I R�2> 0.7' Io 10' + 0 5' MIN I JTOPSOIL I y I 2.5'1 I u 0.5' TOPSOIL TOWNHOME LOT HOLDDOWNS SLAB ON GRADE CURB NO SCALE It 25' VARIES (FRONT*SETBACK) //�� FINISHED GRADE I SIJG GRADING GRADE i u? 03 TOPSOIL 0 9 10 i07 VARA q 05' MIN. __ ____i__1 TOPSOIL I *30' O SETBACK TO GARAGE I MULTI -FAMILY TOWNHOME LOTS 10' 138 0 37 0 32� 32. 3] --- 4 WIT, --- 5' TOWN�OME 5• /25' Bldg Setback ))++ JJ11 g (30' to Garage) RIG'►UF (yqj'` \ /0 32. 3 0 CONIC. CURB --- 10' 106 0 3710 I 321-0-11 37 yll( UNI71 5' r TO NNH01]E , r 5' X25' Bldg. Setback (30' to Garage) + 3 .OT 2.0 1 37 0 RIGH -OF -WA CONIC. CURB -- SINGLE FAMILY HOLDDOWNS WALKOUT NO SCALE ((FRONT SETBACK)�25• t•,ti0� I 'R \ FINISHED GRADE o GRADING GRADE 1 1 10' I I ��� 0.5' MIN, I iTOPSOIL 1II O S' TOPSOIL U I MODIFIED WALKOUT NO SCALE 30 ((FRONT SETBACK)�25• 0 W0 2) FINISHED GRADE ----10, y GRADING GRADE 1 0' I 1 �� 0.5' MIN I I_I 20' --- TOPSOIL 0 5' TOPSOIL r� } LOOKOUT NO SCALE 30' t0' (FRONT SETBACK)�25 I I�(1 \FINISHED GRADE i 10' 1 GRADING GRADE 1 1 OS zf T.PSOIL 1 1 u 2 D' u I 0.5' TOPSOIL MODIFIED LOOKOUT NO SCALE 30' 0' (FRONT SETBACK)�-25• I LO(2) ul FINISHED GRADE GRADING GRADE . 10' 0 0 IN i TOPSOI 1 'o -- . 0.5' M i /L 20� u f } u 15 TOPSOIL y5alT ENTRYLWALKOUT R/w NGG ssCC IQ 3050' '(FRONT SETBACK) �25• in I SEW0 FINISHED GRADE 10' j GRADING GRADE - - ---- 0.5' MN iI TORS0L 1 0' u�02' TOPSOIL( # + SPLIT ENTRY R/W NO SCALE It �.0' ((FRONT SE30'TBA.1) —25• FINISHED GRADE GRADING GRADE I OTOPSOIL -2' _ 1 1 1 u L y j I 0 2' TOPSOIL 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Revisions: 1,Car�son Suite 100 hereby=ertlfythat this plan, sPea6catw^ Print Name: Brian ]�sioFlaRP.E. Drawn: LOC MONTICELLO PROPERTIES nvlronmental Blame, MN 55449 report Was prepared by me or under my HAVEN RIDGE 36 • I : engineering Phone: (763) 489-7900 direct supervision and that 1 am a duly Signature /G7 Designed: IUK 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 DETAILS of McCain rveying Fax: (763)489-7959 Licensed Professional Engineer under Monticello, Minnesota ww.carlsonmccain.com the laws of the State of Minnesota Dale: 4/5/19 License#: 25063 Dale: 4/5/19 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 / 3$ ir:Noesvo.r-ro�vosa-m�a�iio n'we'n���sa �3alen i� ,i�sw,aimsia��w��i�a»g POND - 100 OUTLET CONTROI STRUCTURE 11 A GALVANIZED GRATE (SPLIT) 4"X4" OPENINGS 48" DIA. _ g R EAENNG POND 946O 18" RCP ls4E. 0 C/ V FLOW I �6' DRAIxnLE POND - 500 OUTLET CONTROL STRUCTURE GALVANIZED GRATE (S RE 4"X4" OPENINGS o �ssss _ 48" DIA ND xEn 9535 18" RCP • `gsxa es3.a� \ _ �8' LOW POND - 200 OUTLET CONTROL STRUCTURE :::::::c A GALVANIZED GRATE (SPLIT) 4"X4" OPENINGS �sss a 48" DIA. .IAID 18" RCP JD = 9490 FLOW so ssso� NWL POND = 9550 MIN� F/Ow C/' 1' MIN. JD = 953.5 MIN FILTRATION BASIN SCARIFY EXISTING SIDES TO A MINIMUM 12" # ONSITE TO BE UTILIZED TO DEPTH PRIOR TO PLACING PLANTING MEDIUM THE EXTENT POSSIBLE VERIFY W/ GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER GRASS PRE—TREATMENT STRIP = UNDISTURBED. UNCOMPACTED TYPICAL STREET SECTION POND — 300 R/w FALLON AVENUE M OUTLET CONTROL STRUCTURE I _ �— f— \'4" CON ro w14 Ra TOPSOIL 1� w a G���L�R aa=ER T�SCI (SEE PUN Fare LOCA I.) RETE'N.o R%w PAVEMENT SECTION GALVANIZED GRATE (SPLIT) PC +EGOS EOTECN L 4"X4" OPENINGS ENGINEER AND/OR CITY�lca 48" DIA TYPICAL STREET SECTION R/w 85TH STREET /w ME 1ANG I e ss 18' P o =2 FF LRCOW `954 953• NWL POND = 9540 I— -- zz 1 '1oR�}—R'—t-271 • {Y PCP 1' MIN. / �— L / �a' caxcRETE voewnix 0 J D 4 TorsaL -sao wia''1"A101'"' /4" cRAry 101 BASE (SEE PLAN FOR LOCATON) s o REMAIxirva R�w Torsol B6t8B COxRETE PAVEMENT SECTION CUTTER IAIE'EIT 11"TO Tc=& L ENGINEER AI CITY POND - 700 OUTLET CONTROL STRUCTURE TYPICAL STREET SECTION RIW STREETS A,C,G,H,I,N,N2 —{— R/w I—}—x,1���,T Ix I a.Jl o_L GALVANIZED GRATE (SPLIT) aro wNs' TOPS �� "'corvcRETE s EwAL 4"X4" OPENINGS SEED .N ETE TOPSOIL 4/a' cRANULARoansEK (SEE PLAN FOR LOCATION) /ss6 o REMAINNO R%w PAVEMENT SECTION o C0ry RIT MEAR ,DOT SPED 2340. SPNEA330B _ TCRB Guoi 13R BNONIN S TAGI COAT,COURSE1 OTSPEC2357 48" DIA a 1600T SPEC zz 1 (%oz c Eo) SCARIFY •THICKNESS OF SELECT GRANULAR TOBE VERIFIED — GEOTECINNICAE ENGINEER AND/OR CITY I g53 wxnaNo 18" RCP F�—OW `goo NWL POND = 9530 .. lC, 1' MIN RICO INFILTRATION BASIN PLANT W/ MODOT SEED MIX 33-261 W/ EROSION CONTROL BLANKET — R VARIES # PLANTING MEDIUM — 85% HOMOGENEOUS SAND 15% ORGANIC LEAF COMPOST # ONSITE TO BE UTILIZED TO THE EXTENT POSSIBLE VERIFY W/ GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER TYPICAL STREET SECTION STREET E & F R/W NEW 30, 14R 2,L ]' tY Ax — Dw/4' TO o w/A" E. UP. REMAiwN® 5w Torsos PAVEMENT SECTION MODIFIED CONCIRETE TC GUOTTI 1 i• BINOU INDUS wCAR CWR/SpE, uN_OT SP'C -A0, SPAEA33OB 2" C-11 5USGBAYACOURSE. Ginx�Oi SPEC. G SPNwB33OB PASS M w CIT SPED ,1 (,sax CRUSHED) .,HICK— OF SELECT GRANULAR Ta BEI�FlCOMPACTED IT:ECRNI�L ExGINBER ArvD/aR CITY FILTRATION BENCH TURF ESTABLISHMENT TURF ESTABLISHMENT SHALL APPLY TO ALL DISTURBED AREAS AND SHALL BE ACCORDING TO MEDOT STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION (LATEST EDITION) EXCEPT AS MODIFIED BELOW. TURF ESTABLISHMENT SHALL OCCUR AS SOON AS POSSIBLE BUT IN NO CASE MORE THAN 14 DAYS. TOPSOIL MINIMUM OF 6" OF TOPSOIL SEED. MI,DOT MIXTURE 25-141 AT 60 POUNDS PER ACRE. DORMANT SEED. SHALL BE APPLIED AT TWICE THE NORMAL RATE AFTER NOVEMBER 1ST MULCH: TYPE 1 AT 2 TONS PER ACRE (DISK ANCHORED) FERTILIZER. TYPE 1 10-10-10 AT 200 POUNDS PER ACRE. LOT BENCHING DETAIL LOT PROFILE / DIRECTION OF FLOW (LOT) STREET PROFILE PLANT NATIVE PLANTS TOLERANT OF INUNDATION AND DROUGHT k VARIES IIIIII _ II 24 — UNDISTURBED, UNCOMPACTED SOIL 111= 1111 PLANING MEDIUM —1 Ull III III II1- ` 2" OF 1/4" CHOKING STONE GRASS PRE—TREATMENT STRIP 2 UNDISTURBED, UNCOMPACTED SOIL I —I III —I —'`2 OF 1/4" CHOKING STONE *PLANTING MEDIUM\ 1 5" WASHED STONE (IGNEOUS) 5% HOMOGENEOUS SAND 15% ORGANIC LEAF COMPOST 6" PERFORATED PVC DRAINTILE SCARIFY EXISTING SIDES TO A MINIMUM 12" # ONSITE TO BE UTILIZED TO DEPTH PRIOR TO PLACING PLANTING MEDIUM THE EXTENT POSSIBLE VERIFY W/ GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER GRASS PRE—TREATMENT STRIP = UNDISTURBED. UNCOMPACTED TYPICAL STREET SECTION POND — 300 R/w FALLON AVENUE M OUTLET CONTROL STRUCTURE I _ �— f— \'4" CON ro w14 Ra TOPSOIL 1� w a G���L�R aa=ER T�SCI (SEE PUN Fare LOCA I.) RETE'N.o R%w PAVEMENT SECTION GALVANIZED GRATE (SPLIT) PC +EGOS EOTECN L 4"X4" OPENINGS ENGINEER AND/OR CITY�lca 48" DIA TYPICAL STREET SECTION R/w 85TH STREET /w ME 1ANG I e ss 18' P o =2 FF LRCOW `954 953• NWL POND = 9540 I— -- zz 1 '1oR�}—R'—t-271 • {Y PCP 1' MIN. / �— L / �a' caxcRETE voewnix 0 J D 4 TorsaL -sao wia''1"A101'"' /4" cRAry 101 BASE (SEE PLAN FOR LOCATON) s o REMAIxirva R�w Torsol B6t8B COxRETE PAVEMENT SECTION CUTTER IAIE'EIT 11"TO Tc=& L ENGINEER AI CITY POND - 700 OUTLET CONTROL STRUCTURE TYPICAL STREET SECTION RIW STREETS A,C,G,H,I,N,N2 —{— R/w I—}—x,1���,T Ix I a.Jl o_L GALVANIZED GRATE (SPLIT) aro wNs' TOPS �� "'corvcRETE s EwAL 4"X4" OPENINGS SEED .N ETE TOPSOIL 4/a' cRANULARoansEK (SEE PLAN FOR LOCATION) /ss6 o REMAINNO R%w PAVEMENT SECTION o C0ry RIT MEAR ,DOT SPED 2340. SPNEA330B _ TCRB Guoi 13R BNONIN S TAGI COAT,COURSE1 OTSPEC2357 48" DIA a 1600T SPEC zz 1 (%oz c Eo) SCARIFY •THICKNESS OF SELECT GRANULAR TOBE VERIFIED — GEOTECINNICAE ENGINEER AND/OR CITY I g53 wxnaNo 18" RCP F�—OW `goo NWL POND = 9530 .. lC, 1' MIN RICO INFILTRATION BASIN PLANT W/ MODOT SEED MIX 33-261 W/ EROSION CONTROL BLANKET — R VARIES # PLANTING MEDIUM — 85% HOMOGENEOUS SAND 15% ORGANIC LEAF COMPOST # ONSITE TO BE UTILIZED TO THE EXTENT POSSIBLE VERIFY W/ GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER TYPICAL STREET SECTION STREET E & F R/W NEW 30, 14R 2,L ]' tY Ax — Dw/4' TO o w/A" E. UP. REMAiwN® 5w Torsos PAVEMENT SECTION MODIFIED CONCIRETE TC GUOTTI 1 i• BINOU INDUS wCAR CWR/SpE, uN_OT SP'C -A0, SPAEA33OB 2" C-11 5USGBAYACOURSE. Ginx�Oi SPEC. G SPNwB33OB PASS M w CIT SPED ,1 (,sax CRUSHED) .,HICK— OF SELECT GRANULAR Ta BEI�FlCOMPACTED IT:ECRNI�L ExGINBER ArvD/aR CITY FILTRATION BENCH TURF ESTABLISHMENT TURF ESTABLISHMENT SHALL APPLY TO ALL DISTURBED AREAS AND SHALL BE ACCORDING TO MEDOT STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION (LATEST EDITION) EXCEPT AS MODIFIED BELOW. TURF ESTABLISHMENT SHALL OCCUR AS SOON AS POSSIBLE BUT IN NO CASE MORE THAN 14 DAYS. TOPSOIL MINIMUM OF 6" OF TOPSOIL SEED. MI,DOT MIXTURE 25-141 AT 60 POUNDS PER ACRE. DORMANT SEED. SHALL BE APPLIED AT TWICE THE NORMAL RATE AFTER NOVEMBER 1ST MULCH: TYPE 1 AT 2 TONS PER ACRE (DISK ANCHORED) FERTILIZER. TYPE 1 10-10-10 AT 200 POUNDS PER ACRE. LOT BENCHING DETAIL LOT PROFILE / DIRECTION OF FLOW (LOT) STREET PROFILE _ DIRECTION OF FLOW (STREOE 5 0 5' 0.5• TYPICAL POND SECTION PONDS 200, 300 & 400 (WITHOUT INFILTRATION) NWL 4 10:1 10:1 Via____ — — _ _ f— -111131 r13 III L10'IIII I— BOTTOM IIII 10 '] VARIES TYPICAL POND SECTION PONDS 100, 500, 600 & 700 (WITH INFILTRATION/FILTRATION) 4 10' INFILTRATION/FILTRATION BENCH r4 �' 11 10.7 NWL 10'1 __ �_ _ f� -III 3 � 3 I' < 1 II 10' 10' 10' 10' BOTTOM 10' INFILTRATION/FILTRATION BENCH IIIIIII VARIES 10' BENCH OURET VARIES PLANT W/ MnDOT SEED MIX 33-361 W/ EROSION CONTROL BLANKET 10' FILTRAT/ION ENCH I / Nwt VARIES _ ////// ) 1—I 1-1 —111= POND -- TII� 11111 111111 IIIIII11111} III�,III—illi _ II 24 — UNDISTURBED, UNCOMPACTED SOIL 111= 1111 PLANING MEDIUM —1 Ull III III II1- ` 2" OF 1/4" CHOKING STONE 85% HOMOGENEOUS SAND 15% ORGANIC LEAF COMPOST 1.5" WASHED STONE (IGNEOUS) 6" PERFORATED PVC DRAINTILE INFILTRATION BENCH PLANT W/ ANDOT SEED MIX 33-361 W/ EROSION CONTROL BLANKET 10' BENCH 10' INFILiRAT RENC OUTLET VARIES NWL VARIES =III=== POND— _I III=111III=IIIA i _ r —11=III=III—III=I1" I II I I I IIII I UNDISTURBED UNCOMPACTED SOIL -llli,lll I_nl III III ul n—III- I— # PLANTNc MEDIUM III—III—III—I 85% HOMOGENEOUS SAND 15% ORGANIC LEAF COMPOST # ONSITE TO BE UTILIZED TO THE EXTENT POSSIBLE VERIFY W/ GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Revisions: Carlson suite 100 hereby certify that this plan, specification Print Name: Brian 3.KrystoBak.P.E. Drawn: LDC MONTICELLO PROPERTIES nvironmental Blaine, MN 55449 reportWaspreparedbymeorunder my 1 HAVEN RIDGE 3 • engineering Phone: 763 489-7900 direct supervision antl that 1 am a duly Signature _ 1� Designed: BJK 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 DETAILS Of C� I • su eying Llcensetl Proesslonal Engineer under Monticello, Minnesota McCain ry y g Fax: (763) 489-7959 the laws of the State of Minnesota Dae 4/5/19 License # 25063 Dale: 4/5/19 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 / 38 Wg��a�,nm��gm SILT FENCE MODULAR RETAINING WALL #1 (702 SF) ROCK CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE FILTER FABRIC (36" MAX. HEIGHT) ANCHOR W/ METAL o %OPENING IN FABRIC WEAVE < 212 pm T—POST OR WOOD 2"X2" STAKE 6"X6" TRENCH DIRECTION OF FLOW / (COMPACTED BACKFILL) _I_ _i 'll, III III P 'VIII ISI III I�I_III— I I—III—III= t_�1— I1=III—III=1 I I +it I:II�I�_lllllll-ll- '�r- rl- UNDISTURBED SOIL NOTES 1 DIG A 6"X6" TRENCH ALONG THE INTENDED SILT FENCE LINE 2 DRIVE ALL ANCHOR POSTS INTO THE GROUND AT THE DOWNHILL SIDE OF THE TRENCH 3 POSTS SHALL BE SPACED A MAXIMUM OF 6 FEET APART. 4. LAY OUT SILT FENCE ALONG THE UPHILL SIDE OF THE ANCHOR POSTS AND BACK FILL 6"X6" TRENCH. 5 SECURELY ATTACH SILT FENCE TO ANCHOR POSTS W/ MINIMUM OF THREE ATTACHMENTS PER POST 6 SEE MNDOT SPECIFICATIONS 2573 & 3886. TREE FENCE ANCHOR W/ METAL/,(48" T— POST OR WOOD o COPOLYMER BARRIER FENCING HEIGHT) 2"X2" STAKE I hereby certify y that this plan, or under my Print Name Brian ] s oFl— P E me Or under my � � or report was prepared and that direct supervision and that E am a duly Signature' � K r� l Engineer under the laws of the State of Minnesota Dale: 4/5/19 License #: 25063 the laws of Drawn DC Deslgnetl: aJK Dale: 4/5/19 Revisions: I�—ITI—III- -IT1,;,ITiTI� SII_ 9w,��m��a�sa���� 1.9 2'x3' HDPE FRAME INSERT -1TI-11- ��ITI� I UNDISTURBED SOIL NOTES 1 TREE FENCING SHALL BE PLACED A MINIMUM OF 1 FOOT PER CALIPER INCH OF TREE DIAMETER FROM TREE(S) THAT IS/ARE TO BE SAVED 2. ANCHOR POST MAY BE SPACED UP TO 10 FEET APART. 3. SECURELY ATTACH TREE FENCE TO ANCHOR POSTS W/ MINIMUM OF TWO ATTACHMENTS PER POST 4. SEE MNDOT SPECIFICATION 2572 976 974 972 970 974 972 970 968 • f, Carlson McCain n,iro ening l n neerin a rV g urveying 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Suite , M Blame, MN 3) 49 Phone: (763) 489-7900 Fax: (763)489-7959 ww.carl50nmcWin.cOm I hereby certify y that this plan, or under my Print Name Brian ] s oFl— P E me Or under my � � or report was prepared and that direct supervision and that E am a duly Signature' � K r� l Engineer under the laws of the State of Minnesota Dale: 4/5/19 License #: 25063 the laws of Drawn DC Deslgnetl: aJK Dale: 4/5/19 Revisions: 9sI r:�pes --1a 116-m�a���o P�P�r� 1�aa��g �eeW 9w,��m��a�sa���� 1.9 2'x3' HDPE FRAME INSERT TOP OF WALL 976 974 I I I � 972 \ `GROUND GRADE \ / 0 FACE OF WALL \�\ 970 \ I J \ N \ 1.5' BURY II 41 =20' 0 1 MODULAR RETAINING WALL #2 (953 SF) I I I l \ \ \ GROUND GRADE \ ®FACE OF WALL \ \ \ \ 0 TOP OF WALL-\ 974 1 I I I ; 1.5' BURY MONTICELLO PROPERTIES 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 a MIN. INFRASAFE - 2'x3' DEBRIS COLLECTION DEVICE AS MANUFACTURED BY ROYAL ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS INFRASAFE - 27" DEBRIS COLLECTION DEVICE AS MANUFACTURED BY RO"AL ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES HOPE INSERT BASKETS SHOWN W/OUT FILTER BAGS 400 MICRON FILTER BAGS REQUIRED INSIDE BASKETS 2X3 HDPE FRAME INSERT EMERGENCY OVERFLOW PORTS — MEETS MN/DOT SPECIFICATION 3891 F "STORM DRAIN INLET PROTECTION — FILTER BAG INSERT" — DESIGNED FOR NEENAH R -3250—A OR R-3250-1 (MNDOT 801) FRAME CASTING HAVEN RIDGE Monticello, Minnesota DETAILS 138f/ 38 HDPE INSERT BASKETS Es.y SHOWN W/OUT FILTER BAGS 972 a EsE EEy 400 MICRON FILTER BAGS EEE 113' REQUIRED INSIDE BASKETS 970 2'x3' HDPE FRAME INSERT EMERGENCY OVERFLOW PORTS — MEETS MN/DOT SPECIFICATION 3891.F "STORM DRAIN INLET PROTECTION — FILTER BAG INSERT" 968Q — DESIGNED FOR NEENAH R-3067 OR R-3290 SERIES INFRASAFE - 27" DEBRIS COLLECTION DEVICE AS MANUFACTURED BY RO"AL ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES HOPE INSERT BASKETS SHOWN W/OUT FILTER BAGS 400 MICRON FILTER BAGS REQUIRED INSIDE BASKETS 2X3 HDPE FRAME INSERT EMERGENCY OVERFLOW PORTS — MEETS MN/DOT SPECIFICATION 3891 F "STORM DRAIN INLET PROTECTION — FILTER BAG INSERT" — DESIGNED FOR NEENAH R -3250—A OR R-3250-1 (MNDOT 801) FRAME CASTING HAVEN RIDGE Monticello, Minnesota DETAILS 138f/ 38 KEY DENOTES TREE TO BE SAVED DENOTES TREE TO BE REMOVED NOTE. REFER TO TREE INVENTORY REPORT FOR TREE IDENTIFICATION AND REMOVAL/REPALCEMENT INFORMATION CALL BEFORE YOU DIG Know what's below. CaII before you dig. Thesubsurface utihty information shown on this plan utihty Quality Level D. This quality level w s determined ..ding to the guidelines of CI/ASCE 38-02, entitled "Standard Guideline for the Collection and Depiction of Existing Subsurface Utility Dote." VICINITY MAP NOT TO SCALE SHEET INDEX T1. INDEX T2—T6. TREE PRESERVATION PLAN SPECIMEN TR -- A Y RRRANY CANOPY TREE WITH A DBH OF 36 INCHES OR MORE AND ANY UNDERSTORY OR • ORNAMENTAL TREE WITH A DBH OF 10 INCHES OR • MORE THAT IS NOT EXEMPTED AS A SPECIMEN TREE BY THIS ORDINANCE. CITY of MONTICELLO TREE PRESERVATION CODE • REPLACEMENT TREES REQUIRED •• EACH HEALTHY SPECIMEN TREE REMOVED OR DESTROYED SHALL BE REPLACED WITH THREE OR MORE REPLACEMENT TREES EQUALING OR EXCEEDING A TOTAL OF EIGHTEEN (18) AGGREGATE CALIPER INCHES. •• THE REQUIRED REPINCEM ENT TREES SHALL BE PLANTED WITHIN 12 MONTHSOFTHE REMOVAL OR DESTRUCTION OF THE SPECIMEN TREE. • LOCATIONOFREPLACEMENTTREES •• REPLACEMENT TREES SHALL BE EITHER PLANTED ON THE PARCEL OF LAND FROM WHICH THE SPECIMEN TREE WAS REMOVED IF SUFFICIENT SPACE IS AVAILABLE, OR PLACED ON NEARBY LANDS IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 41(E), ALTERNATIVE LANDSCAPE PLAN. —TREE PRESERVATION CALCULATION • CALCULATIONS •• 9SPECIMEN TREES ON SITE, B REMOVED FOR GRADING «• 8X18= 144 Aggregate caliper inches ..• IOVERSTORY TREE=2.SAGI ..• 144 AGI/2.5=57 TREES 0 150 300 600 (IN FEET) BENCHMARKS 1. Minnesota Department of Transportation Geodetic GSID Station No. 93813 (Mn Dot Name Golf). ELEVATION = 974529 J MONTICELLO PROPERTIES T 1 / HAVEN RIDGE 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 TREE PRESERVATION PLAN of Monticello, Minnesota Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 T$ / sir tlon: --rasot7me-mo.naiio PraP•re•:�-3dt• . 3 nw, LEGEND 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Iherebyceltlfythatthisplan,speclgoatlon EXISTING PROPOSED PROPERTY LINE Carlson vironmental EASEMENT LINE report was prepared by me or under my Print Name: BnanJ.laystnrak,P.E. h_ CURB LINE ---------------- �_�_�_�_�_BITUMINOUS 0McCain BITUMINOUS[1 Phone: (763)489-7900 Fal: (76 3) 489-7959 ww.carlsonmccain.9 m B\Preumyl•ret— 0 CONCRETE [_ _ __��_____. 0 SANITARY SEWER -----� STORM SEWER -------- WATER MAIN RENO cnary ET OVERHEAD UTILITY----------- STORM CATCH BASIN STORM MANHOLE 0 OUTLET CONTROL STRUCTURE 0 MANHOLE Q HYDRANT YP GATE VALVE W TELEVISION BOX ❑ TELEPHONE BOX ❑ UTILITY POLE w, RETAINING WALL FENCE x 10' CONTOUR 2' CONTOUR FEMA FLOOD PLAIN WETLAND LINE SPOT ELEVATION . 00.0 FOR EMERGENCY OVERFLOW a a x 000 0 SILT FENCE .................... TREE FENCE ......................... GRADING LIMITS TREELINE rvwrwwwY� SOIL BORING KEY DENOTES TREE TO BE SAVED DENOTES TREE TO BE REMOVED NOTE. REFER TO TREE INVENTORY REPORT FOR TREE IDENTIFICATION AND REMOVAL/REPALCEMENT INFORMATION CALL BEFORE YOU DIG Know what's below. CaII before you dig. Thesubsurface utihty information shown on this plan utihty Quality Level D. This quality level w s determined ..ding to the guidelines of CI/ASCE 38-02, entitled "Standard Guideline for the Collection and Depiction of Existing Subsurface Utility Dote." VICINITY MAP NOT TO SCALE SHEET INDEX T1. INDEX T2—T6. TREE PRESERVATION PLAN SPECIMEN TR -- A Y RRRANY CANOPY TREE WITH A DBH OF 36 INCHES OR MORE AND ANY UNDERSTORY OR • ORNAMENTAL TREE WITH A DBH OF 10 INCHES OR • MORE THAT IS NOT EXEMPTED AS A SPECIMEN TREE BY THIS ORDINANCE. CITY of MONTICELLO TREE PRESERVATION CODE • REPLACEMENT TREES REQUIRED •• EACH HEALTHY SPECIMEN TREE REMOVED OR DESTROYED SHALL BE REPLACED WITH THREE OR MORE REPLACEMENT TREES EQUALING OR EXCEEDING A TOTAL OF EIGHTEEN (18) AGGREGATE CALIPER INCHES. •• THE REQUIRED REPINCEM ENT TREES SHALL BE PLANTED WITHIN 12 MONTHSOFTHE REMOVAL OR DESTRUCTION OF THE SPECIMEN TREE. • LOCATIONOFREPLACEMENTTREES •• REPLACEMENT TREES SHALL BE EITHER PLANTED ON THE PARCEL OF LAND FROM WHICH THE SPECIMEN TREE WAS REMOVED IF SUFFICIENT SPACE IS AVAILABLE, OR PLACED ON NEARBY LANDS IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 41(E), ALTERNATIVE LANDSCAPE PLAN. —TREE PRESERVATION CALCULATION • CALCULATIONS •• 9SPECIMEN TREES ON SITE, B REMOVED FOR GRADING «• 8X18= 144 Aggregate caliper inches ..• IOVERSTORY TREE=2.SAGI ..• 144 AGI/2.5=57 TREES 0 150 300 600 (IN FEET) BENCHMARKS 1. Minnesota Department of Transportation Geodetic GSID Station No. 93813 (Mn Dot Name Golf). ELEVATION = 974529 J MONTICELLO PROPERTIES T 1 / HAVEN RIDGE 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 TREE PRESERVATION PLAN of Monticello, Minnesota Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 T$ / sir tlon: --rasot7me-mo.naiio PraP•re•:�-3dt• . 3 nw, 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Iherebyceltlfythatthisplan,speclgoatlon Revisons: Carlson vironmental BDIte100 Blaine, MN 55449 report was prepared by me or under my Print Name: BnanJ.laystnrak,P.E. h_ Drawn: 1 0McCain engineering I 'surveying Phone: (763)489-7900 Fal: (76 3) 489-7959 ww.carlsonmccain.9 m B\Preumyl•ret— diractsupervision and that Iamaduly Licensed Professional Engineer under the laws of the State of Minnesota Signatura: �,. Date. 4/5/19 License#: 25063 Designed: B]K Date. 4/5/19 GRAVEL ' 11 CONSTRLJChII ENTRANCE; I TEAD AVENUE_ I, 104 �'•`\ \\ ,\ —-----� I ° s ° �0 90 105 LEGEND I �\ � 966 \` EXISTING PROPOSED ,� g• \ \ I I / I'TRD •� \ \\ PROPERTY LINE `63.0 — \ l I \\ EASEMENT LINE ------ ------ I ppp°— •�\ \\� _I CURB LINE __--__ BITUMINOUS [_ _] 0 •56.5 \ I • \ \ CONCRETE [ — •\ \\5,,.(� SANITARY SEWER _=4> STORM SEWER I WATER MAIN Tcs iN I •\: \\ �\ %' I w— 108 I \\ STORMRCATCHUTIUTY BASN ® ER ®,cnoN 950 e.\` I I I I 0 7 STORM MANHOLE 0 \ \ \\ I 5 OUTLET CONTROL STRUCTURE 0 I I •� \ \\ °b\\ I MANHOLE O I 101 '•, \\ HYDRANT YP 5 9p \ \ •\\ I GATE VALVE W TELEVISION Bo X 0 110 I TELEPHONEOx ❑ se°J \\ POLE TC 617 `\ sJ 9650 123 ��Ss+so \> ° e I I I �9`q9/'S \> °� \`\ \\ \o*`\ I RETAINING WALL GGS+so G `\ 0I\ \`\ \\ \"+°`\ I 10' CONTOUR — ( 102 96s FEMA FLOGPLAIN D 502 € 1503 s0 \ \ WETLAND LINE I SPOT ELEVATION— .-- • --... 00 0 a\ \`\ \\ \ EMERGENCY OVERFLOW00 aaE.O Fye 0J , e\ I 103 \ \\ \\ SILT FENCE TREE FENCE .00 . • • •• 5+s°J GRADING LIMITS 4 A 4 A 4- .., so ° \ \ \ \ \ \ \\ \ I TREELINE iYYYI 25' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER 7,580 SF 24 SF REQUIRED) I I I I. Z ° 9 ���s° \> 104 �'•`\ \\ ,\ —-----� I ° s ° �0 90 105 b \ I �\ � 966 \` ••"� \` \` \°�\ I `63.0 I C' o�� o ss+sJ 1 06 .0 61.0 107 \ 108 950 \\\\ \ rr \\ 109CIO O 5 9p \ \ 110 I se°J \\ \ \ \F j TC 617 `\ sJ 9650 123 ��Ss+so \> ° e / 9s SS. "IV 111 Yp s s +SO \`\ \` \\\ GGS+so G `\ So \ 6"112s SOIL BORING KEY DENOTES TREE TO BE SAVED DENOTES TREE TO X X BE REMOVED REFERO TREE INVENTORY REPORT FOR TREE IDENTIFICATION AND REMOVAL/REPALCEMENT \iINFORMATION. 96 Q ° g68� \\� sS O +so 9005 ssx5o .122 \\ASO s° \ ANO s s, 125 ` g60 0 --- -1 e \ \ TRD 508'"-+ ' 124 •95B• sa- y ` so of 6R �3 ss }}} \\\ w..`!'• �\ ' TRIb 509 20 rRD 511\ \ \ \ \ °°°g8. Il` .,,° \i� �° I \ °°\w \°°\ \\" °•,�. •° \y rS��/yo��/y�o�� 'TSs6uN�o� �s°`�° P° °o \g�o°s6s D �o°o °°�°%o° °000 °°°moo o°�o�goo�oog�o °oo°�°a`°°°o° °�r°olr°or4°o'q a°oo°°o,°°°°° °° 9�ss• • •19s \ \ \i GfiOSs +0s9,OSo T/0968S Ss+s° mss J �., �'e/vnoi—( RETAINING WALL #1° TR(_512 Z' 19 X, '10 \a goo \\ \ o \ \ �gYTFIP! 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Drawn: 1 MONTICELLO PROPERTIES HAVEN RIDGE TZ •environmental glaine,MN55449 lorreportwaspreparedbymeorundermy 9na_ I Designed: I I p I I TREE PRESERVATION PLAN f engineering phone 763 489-7900 direct supervision and that I am a duly Si ture A Desi d: — 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 of rveying Fax: (763)489-7959 Licensed Professional Engineer under /�`' °�`� Monticello, Minnesota ww.carlsonmccain.com the laws of the State of Minnesota Date. 4/5/19 License#: 25063 Date. 4/5/19 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 / TS sir Voe:Ttoa:-�aso�toss-mo�nano npmnes�•sa •3e�. ••we�°reumyure�tree:sews '6j ISEE SHEETT21JB LEGEND ssz \ \ L \\ ° ti�®yam �`i° \ /' 515 EXISTING PROPOSED \ \ "*\/ \ ^+, \ \ l �Fls`SO� °o \i uOss °;�6 �y 18 T A 516 \ \ \ \ \ PROPERTY LINE — — — W\ `°\ /T \ \\ 96. % Off. �o 18 *° s °5g I \\ \ \\ \ EASEMENT LINE ------ ------ 9e w\ /\0069 96. + \\ \\ \ I CURB LINE _____= a\ \ \\ S °0000 \ 00S 5 BITUMINOUS L--_—_—� 0 w \\\ So° oo°°oOO°O° \ 21 \l\ \ I I °D� \\� \ w \ \ \ \ °og.°°°°°°° •' \ 96 22 CONCRETE\ ,�,yo� o 3 \ \ \ \\ SANITARY SEWER --- ->— \- v \ `"° 00000 °o °°000 • -117 S r \ \ r \ \ STORM SEWER�\ b\ \ a,\ .\\ • Gs+s ® t`� \\ \\\ \\\ I WATER MAIN ------ ,tcnINIL ou OVERHEAD UTILITY ° . 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Minnesota Department of Transportation '1 6' `ss O Geodetic GSID Station No. 93813 (MnDot I I .•. -• I (-••••'-'•l • \i fO +S ,•� Name Golf 141 ). " 'LL's' 3LL I • ' d' I .'/ ELEVATION = 974.529 I �;•.... , , ..... \ c 0 42 153 1° \ 9s 143 o ' I \ 6 ss so \� WETLAND.•, ISEE SHEET T4 ........, 1n nAv eLlnw KnF1T – as,.....i a7 .. . � Suite pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Reviaiona, MONTICELLO PROPERTIES / Carlson s Suite loo 1 hereby certi y that this plan, a,speclfl�tlonmy Print Name: Brian J. Krys� Drawn: HAVEN RIDGE T3 vironmental glaine,MN55449 or dby me hatIam duly y 9na _ I 9ne I I p I I TREE PRESERVATION PLAN • I .engineering phone: (763) 489-7900 direct supervision and that I am a duly Si tures Desi tl: B]K 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 of McCain rvey'ng Fax: (763)489-7959 ensedProfessionalEngineerunder Monticello, Minnesota ww.carlsonmccain.com the laws of the State of Minnesota Date. 4/5/19 License it: 25063 Date. 4/5/19 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 / TS sir Voe:Tvoar-roso�vosa-mo°naiio nraceai��:sa:ae�. ••�s�vreun,yure�tree:sews �. I err U:o -19 ISEE SHEET T31 \ ps�� / s 95 8° / 143. 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E ---- _ Q6 J B � • PROPERTY LINE TELEPHONE BOX ❑ 6060 Lc�O 10 9 , s n I 5 2 946 D 0 '.ter\ EASEMENT LINE ------ ------ UTILITY POLE 20 950 CURB LINE _ _ _ _ _ = RETAINING WALL TR .. .. FENCE 60 - ° �• INSTALL SILT FENCE _954 • BITUMINOUS [ ] 0 - 10• CONTOUR - ���,t. AFTER GRADING IS ••••••••••••• CONCRETE _ _ 0 25 50 100 1 J 3 I ` 4. 4.1 yyp,, COMP ETE VID 6 SANITORM SEWER [ , ] Y CONTOUR - 956 21 '.-•�•§2F 0 _ 0TRD 892 6? X �� 2 60 wa{TRD 5 . 96. - ` �/ 12 S _---- Y FEMA F OOD PLAIN I 965 5 WETLAND FILL / • • • • • • • • • • • 7'� TRD 618 &TRD WATER MAIN ----- - > TIES IN WETLAND LINE 000 ( FEET) a / t _/ 962 • • • e• � OVERHEAD UTILITY SPOT ELEVATION-=e---- ,----a•- ET 9735 S.F. I 3 *ep� (�(C� E.O.F. 4 S 0 G 31 \ 6z.3 - �� • , • • STORM CATCH BASIN ®� ® EMERGENCY OVERFLOW 964-WETLAND FILL • ^ � -•-�,• • • • • • • • • • ' • STORM MANHOLE a o1[s •0• ,•„ _ I BENCHMARKS � 0.60 ^� s* vv �' OUTLET CONTROL STRUCTURE Q SILT FENCE -x T �� 2310 S F. . -�z 6 _ < /_ _�-y-�-� _. = MANHOLE 0 TREE FENCE a ®®0 0 0 0 0 1. Minnesota Department of Transportation -� -- a '� Geodetic GSID Station No. 93813 (MnDOt 2.9 _ _ �TFD. 990 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • .. • • • • • • -_-_ --- �� �, - - ` _ _ _ _ = e = _ } HYDRANT GRADING LIMITS - Name Golf). TRD b89 - , - " - • - - x - • Y I „ - , TELEVISION ON VALVE p W TREEUNE iYYYI I BOXs ELEVATION 974.529 SOIL BORING se I 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Revisons: (Carlson Blain:, 0 Therebycertlyethat redbyplan, mea, under Print Name: Brian].Krysto Drawn: MONTICELLO PROPERTIES HAVEN RIDGE T4 vironmental Blaine, MN 55449 lorreportwaspreparedhatIam duly y 9na _ I 9ne I I p I I TREE PRESERVATION PLAN • engineering phone: (763) 489-7900 direct supervision and that I am a duly Si tures Desi tl: B]K 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 of McCain ('surveying Fax: (763)489-7959 ensedProfessional Engineer under Monticello, Minnesota ww.carlsonmccain.com the laws of the State of Minnesota Date. 4/5/19 License it: 25063 Date. 4/5/19 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 / T8 sir Voe:hoar-raso,�oss-mo�naiio.r�rtie:E�sa ase,• ••�s,vreumyureEtree:sews III I / C ----.---.-a _ --------------- _�.E -a:_a =a �a♦�-a -- - ..--. -. =e.yar �-- -a E / .9 LEGEND / • \ . m. ...-------------------------- ----- - -L--- - - PROPERTY LINE ------------- ---� r Tr - - _---------A 85TI J - I`IL --- EASEMENT LINE ------ ------ ________ I l--_--______________ •^��- - ---- X� - ---------------------------------------------------- �vD �+ -r+eo-- ---- --- -- --- - �= -� , • • � C� ,,(� � /SIGNIFICANT TREE�`2 BITUMINOUS ] 0 ------------------------ / I 0.7_0X 650 ' • . • • . • . . . •'' .�� .�� .0 �M 6 �i C -- a I - _ y.s�a.�� • • ,_ ��• 67 y-_y� � CONCRETE [ ' i------------------------ Th Imo\ -T- 33t`o\o 11I_ ^p O SANITARY SEWER 4>] yc I• D3592 6q3�\----_NWL� 'TRD•700 6^y `O^��^`00�ro ro 6�? 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F D 6 Fr �.X k RD 3 1 STORM CATCH BASIN ® ® ®1 ' 68.g 60.5 62.0 I X6 I� • WETLAND FILL 6• �' \\ \ $4 TRD 712 TRD 697 " ' X•X X�� D 6 STORM MANHOLE L I I I 491 F\ T \\ O 6aq 6p XX R 4 D 6 5 OUTLET CONTROL STRUCTURE 0 - 9 / 6 7 MANHOLE 964-1 966 I € Q TRD :573 • 67 96 ♦ \\ \\ • • • • • • • • • •p • • • �Q p 68 X BAD 8 0 49 g 6 or 'i TI �•• +TRD 35ae' • SsO,. i \�\ \\ \\__------N • O s� • RD•4� TR S6 X:E 657 m 6s HYDRANT 341 342 I 9so \ \ wt, yo • •D ' 7(y y� TRD _fist 0 GATE VALVE ca .. -340 - �\� i • • 'J5 • • .• 962 FOF \ 6�Y.4� \\ 9/54950- D() 709 D.�'tl �7 O O 86_/'O sse�p 65�ya 00 85 III TELEPHO'LEMSION BOX NE BOX ❑ ❑ -- -� r----� CD I I I II Tk. 5 ✓259 I s�* 5° (�NwL =� 5� ° 7 73\ E p 0 7 s1 o J DTIUTY POLE (958.5) (959 5 (960.5 I ' �/ 357f • • •r , ' D 35J97 3 a \ 1 DAY SNOWMELT = 9j56. RD 2 > a\ RETAINING WALL 5J Q Q T,�1v7 p 77 �`+� FENCE W I I p I • 9635 964.0 I \ rs ys�,o \\ \J00 YR H WL - 958. OHO` ,_ 77 g 10' CONTOUR - - R R I I 9s4.s R V I 33 i WO •\ \ s �o SIGNIFICANT TREE�EgS� g5 i$ �'FRD 7 5 s I --- 55X50 55X50 55X50 I I O , Q , `ro•\y i. - TRI 2' CONTOUR �\ 260 .� 0 ' FEMA FLOOD PLAIN 966 0 G 967.0 G G 968.0 (n I ssxso I ssxso s'oo \\ Aad' Y� .SQA'4 sR > 2 D o6 2 x %Rp . I WETLAND LINE 000 I o{IjO TIR® 359} G 996 \ \ j `? D X55.0 / 0 0 72 738 . O ^6 g4. a'x ° a 0 X TR 8 =b\ G S .0 = 0 39 �, y ! SPOT ELEVATION -3 --•°- : 0 o a Q,N 96 J\G p l 38 • �p'16 P° a°5 D a X TR \ r EMERGENCY OVERFLOW 44E.O F44 I�6N \. '(� 59'00 '� 0 90 _02 O �xi •0. \ A..A Io I I TRD `'p Sf O a \ e ZZ �I :r- TRD 79g \ . G.B 45+0!` SO g o E 0 7 K .fid f �7RD 8�Q T _ g ^X _ SIGNIFICANTTREE T-/� ' Ay a RO `.�j O SILT FENCE \ sl I` "ET \ y I 's O o. / D 'fid Gr. 0 5 O 9,� TRD 79 a �Q. 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I � DO � � o � o '� �,...., � . i � K c, \�� A96 • °O 00000°o°o ••I�•• :.'R+a\ OO p �.:.'.'. •' ' + $0,01 di 6566 •' ... ••; sa; ;.',` F.,.'.'.;. •'' � — � � $ 0, N / ID � \ o�,m � ��Jasse � � .• t.t•,'to� #,•.•.',•.•.', s1�o mom � ,� � \ `sscOi md, L0'� t17n\\N;••.' ;'•.',• c h�N / I� \ s � 0\� 00 N J) < i.s886)� ���N Om 3B 90 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Rewa�ons: MONTICELLO PROPERTIES Carlson Suite 100 I hereby certl y that this plan, speclFl atlon P n[ Na— Brian J. Krystofiak, P.E.Drawn: HAVEN RIDGE vironmental Blaine, MN 55449 report was prepared by me or under my ��' ,,// • engineering phone: (763) 489-7900 d'vect supervision and that I am a duly Signature:- f Designetl: B]K 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 McCain ('surveying Fax: (763)489-7959 the eIsedomfeStatl fMinnerunder Monticello, Minnesota ww.carlsonmccain.com the laws of the StateafMlnnesota Date. 4/5/19 License#: 25063 Date. 4/5/19 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 sir Voe:Tzoa,-rasolzosa-mo°nan°nraceai���sa Gael. ••welvreumyure�tree:aewy LEGEND EXISTING PROPOSED PROPERTY LINE EASEMENT LINE ------ ------ CURB LINE ______ BITUMINOUS [ _ _ ] 0 CONCRETE E 4 _ ] 0 SANITARY SEWER ----> STORM SEWER ----->Y >� WATER MAIN ----� tscaoN OVERHEAD UTILITY STORM CATCH BASIN ® ER L®j STORM MANHOLE 0 OUTLET CONTROL STRUCTURE O MANHOLE O HYDRANT YP GATE VALVE W TELEVISION BOX ❑ TELEPHONE BOX ❑ UTILITY POLE RETAINING WALL FENCE 10' CONTOUR — — 2' CONTOUR ---- FEMA FLOOD PLAIN WETLAND LINE SPOT ELEVATION —3-- • --••- �� E.0 F EMERGENCY OVERFLOW 44 44 0 :. SILT FENCE . • • - TREE FENCE o o a o o m o 0 GRADING DMITS 0 0 0 - TREELINE iYYY1 SOIL BORING KEY DENOTES TREE TO BE SAVED DENOTES TREE TO X X BE REMOVED REFERO TREE INVENTORY REPORT FOR TREE IDENTIFICATION AND REMOVAL/REPALCEMENT INFORMATION. z� o 25 50 100 I �I J ,111 F— I BENCHMARKS 1. Minnesota Department of Transportation Geodetic GSID Station No. 93813 (MnDot Name Golf). ELEVATION = 974.529 T6 TREE PRESERVATION PLAN of T8 MONTICELLO PROPERTIES 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 DBH I Tree Tag DBH Tree Type (in.) Stems Condition Tree Tag Tree Type (in.) Stems Condition Save Remove Significant Tree Tag Tree Type (in.) Stems Condition Save Remove Significant 2 Boxelder 8 5 x X 547 Oak 13 0 X x 4 Oak 8 0 Oak X I 548 Elm 30 0 X Cedar 3 Oak 36 0 1/2 Dead X 1 5q9 Oak 17 _ 0 X 767 5 Oak 6 0 15 X I 550 Oak 8 0 X 15 6 Oak 7 0 I X 1 551 Cork -Tree 8 0 I X I 7 O ak 7 0 0 X I 553 Oak 30 0 15 % 8 Oak 7 0 670 X 1 554 Oak 20 1 Ash X 8.01 Elm 12 0 x I 555 Oak 12 0 0 X 9 Basswood 20 2 Cedar X I 556 Oak 10 3 x Cedar 30 Hackberry 35 0 X I 557 Cedar 10 0 x X 11 Boxelder 8 0 5 X I 558 Cedar 10 0 I x 12 Oak 31 0 1 X I 559 Cedar 15 0 I x 1 12.01 Elm 12 0 0 X I 560 Boxelder 25 0 x 0 12.02 Elm 12 0 681 X I 561 Boxelder 20 0 % 682 12.03 Elm 12 0 X X I 562 Boxelder 18 0 I x 790 12.04 Elm 12 0 Ash7 X I 563 Boxelder 220 0 x Ash 12.05 Elm 12 0 x I 56q Cods -Tree 8 0 x X 12.06 Elm 12 0 X I 565 Cedar 20 0 x 12 12.07 Elm 12 0 X I 566 Ash 19 0 X X 13 Boxelder 7 0 0 X I 567 Ash 18 0 7 % 14 Boxelder 7 0 692A2h X I 568 Cedar 20 0 x X 15 Boxelder 8 0 X I 569 Boxelder 30 0 0 X 16 Oak 7 0 Ash X 1 570 Elm 10 0 696 X 17 Oak 25 0 X X I 571 Cedar 15' 0 X x 18 Boxelder 7 0 35 X I 572 Elm 8 0 Elm x 1&01 Elm 12 0 809 X I 573 Cedar 8 0 810 X 1&02 Elm 12 0 0 X I 574 Cedar 8 0 I 12 x 1&03 Elm 12 0 X I 575 Elm 15 0 I X x 1&04 Elm 12 0 x I 576 Cedar 10 0 0 X 19 Boxelder 8 0 Ash X I 577 Elm 8 0 I 707 X 8 20 Boxelder 8 0 1 X 1 578 Elm 10 0 X % 709 21 Boxelder 7 0 9 X I 579 Elm 8 0 1 0 x X 22 Boxelder 7 0 6 X I 5g0 Elm 8 0 Oak X 23 Boxelder 8 0 1 X 1 581 Elm 8 0 Ash % 24 Oak 12 0 0x X I 582 Elm 14 0 1 22 % 24.01 Elm 24 0 X I 5gq Elm 10 0 X I X 24.02 Elm 24 0 X x 1 585 Elm 10 0 x x 25 Hackberry 12 0 Broken Oak X I 586 Cedar 10 0 I 720 x 26 Oak 32 0 Broken x x I 587 Elm 9 0 15 % 27 Boxelder 10 0 Broken 22 x I 588 Elm 9 0 Elm % 28 Boxelder 12 0 '38"m X I 592 Elm 8 0 I X X 29 Oak 2 0 0 X I 593 Elm S 0 I 10 % 30 Oak 15 0 728 X I 594 Elm 8 0 I X % 31 Oak 15 0 0 X I 595 Elm 12 0 0 X 32 Boxelder 10 0 Elm X I 596 Elm 15 0 x Ash 33 Cedar 12 0 x 1 597 Elm 12 0 I Ash x 34 Boxelder 8 0 x I 599 Elm 8 0 Ash X 35 Cedar 30' 0 X I fi0D Elm 100 x X X 36 Cedar 30' 0 x 1 601 Elm 9 0 1 20 X 37 Cottonwood 15 1 739 X I 602 Elm 8 0 I % 38 Cedar 40' 0 6 X 603 Elm 8 0 0 % 39 Cedar 30' 0 Elm % 604 Elm 9 0 1 743 x 40 Cedar 40' 0 X X 1 fi05 Elm 10 0 861 % 41 Cedar 40' 0 7 X 606 Elm 8 0 Elm % 501 Silver Maple 10 0 x 747Ash 607 Cork -Tree 8 0 1 x 502 Silver Maple 12 0 0 X 1 608 Cork -Tree 12 1 12 % 503 Silver Ma le 5 4 750 % mg Elm 80 X 504 Boxelder 6 0 x 610 Elm 12 0 0 % 505 Crab Apple 12 2 X X I 611 Elm 9 0 754 x 506 Boxelder 8 0 Broken X I 618 Elm 9 0 x 507 Boxelder 8 0 Broken x I 619 Elm 10 0 x 6 508 Elm 10 1 X I 620 Elm 22 0 % 509 Boxelder 18 2 X I 621 Cork -Tree 10 0 I x 510 Ash 9 0 X I 622 CD! -Tree 10 0 x 511 Boxelder 11 1 X I 623 Oak 22 0 x 512 Elm 20 1 X I 624 Oak 28 0 X 513 Boxelder 12 1 X I 625 Oak 29 0 x 514 Boxelder 8 0 X I 626 Oak 31 0 x 515 Elm 12 1 x I 627 Oak 26 0 x 516 Elm 11 0 x I 62g Oak 25 0 % 517 Elm 9 0 X I 630 Cork -Tree 10 0 X 518 Cork -Tree 8 0 x 1 631 Ash 15 0 X 519 Elm 14 0 X I 632 Ash 15 0 % 520 Elm 7 0 X I 633 Ash LS 0 I X 521 Elm 12 0 x 1 634 Ash 18 0 X 522 Boxelder 21 0 X 1 635 Ash 11 0 % 523 Boxelder 10 0 x 1 636 Ash 7 0 I X 524 Elm 15 0 30' x 1 637 Ash 9 0 X 525 Boxelder 15 0 X 1 638 Ash 10 0 X 526 Boxelder 14 0 x 1 639Ash 10 0 X 527 Boxelder 18 0 x 1 640 Elm 15 0 X 528 Boxelder 12 0 X I 641 Ash 7 0 x 529 Boxelder 8 0 x 1 642 Ash 7 0 X 530 Boxelder 15 0 x I 643 Ash 8 0 % 531 Elm 14 0 X I 644 Ash 7 0 % 532 Boxelder 15 0 x 1 §!2!!t 7 0 % 533 Boxelder 12 0 X I 646 Ash 7 0 x 534 Boxelder 12 0 X I 647 Ash 7 0 x 535 Boxelder9 1 x I 648 Ash 8 0 x 536 Boxelder 8 0 X I 649 Ash 8 0 x 537 Boxelder 9 3 X I 650 Ash 7 0 I X 538Boxelder 9 0 x I 651 Ash 7 0 % 539 Boxelder 20 0 X I 652 Ash 9 0 X 540 Boxelder 14 0 X I 653 Ash 10 0 I X 541 Boxelder 8 0 Dead x 1 554 Ash 12 0 % 542 Boxelder 12 0 X I 655 Ash 6 0 X 543 Boxelder 13 0 X I &6!2b 12 0 X 544 Boxelder 23 0 x 1 657 Ash 7 0 x 545 Boxelder 15 2 X I 658 Ash 11 0 X 546 Boxelder 12 1 X I 659 Oak 38 0 1 X x 3890 pheasant Ridge Drive 100 NE, 1 hereby certl y that this plan, ionmy P n[ Name: Brian ].. Krysto Drawn: Revisions: 1 (� Carlson vvonmental Main Blaine, MN 55449 report or oder was prepared by me or under my • engineering I phone: (763) 489-7900 direct supervision and that I am a duly Signature: Designetl: B]K McCain an VonsVaar- 7o5o\7ow-mmncno 'surveying propnties\caa c3e\e Fax: (763) 489-7959 ww.carlsonmccain.com Be a\vreiimyiars\trees 3 nw, Licensed Professional Engineer under the laws of the State of Minnesota Date. 4/5/19 License #: 25063 1 Date. 4/5/19 MONTICELLO PROPERTIES 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 DBH Tree Tag Tree Tag Tree Type (in.) Stems Condition Save Remove Significant 660 Cedar 10 0 761 X 14 661 Cedar 15 0 x 7 I 662 Cedar 10 0 x 0 1 601 62. Oak 18 0 0 X 663 Cedar 15 0 x I 664 Cedar 15 0 x 767 I 665 Cedar 15 C x Elm I 666 Cedar 15 0 12' x 22 I 667 Cedar 15 0 x 1 I 668 Cedar 15 0 x I 669 Cedar 15 0 x X 774 670 Cedar 15 0 x 775 Ash 671 Cedar 15 0 X Oak I 672 Cedar 15 0 x I 673 Cedar 15 0 % 0 1 674 Cedar 15 0 X 1 675Cedar Ash 15 0 x X 1 676 Cedar 5 0 x 782 1 677 Ash9 0 783 X 1 678 Ash B0 784 Oak X 1 679 Ash 30 0 7 X I 680 Ash 12 0 0 X X 681 Elm 9 0 X I 682 Ash 6 0 X X I 683 Ash 7 0 790 X 18 684 Ash7 X 0 Oak X 0 685 Ash 8 0 6 X X 686 Ash 8 0 DX X I 687 Ash 10 0 x X 795 688 Ash 12 0 X Hackberry 689 Cork -Tree 6 0 797 X 22 690 Ash12 x 0 Ash X 0 691 Ash 7 0 12 X 692A2h 800 7 0 0 X x 693 Ash 6 0 X 802 694 Elm 15 0 x X 1 695 Ash 7 0 804 X 6 696 Ash 8 0 Ash X 0 697 Ash 30 0 X 0 I 698 Oak 35 0 x 699 Elm 16 0 X 809 700 Boxelder 24 0 x 810 I 701 Elm 8 0 811 X I 702 Ash 12 0 Ash X 0 703 Ash 8 0 22 X X 704 Ash 11 0 X 705 Elm 30 0 X X I 706 Ash 10 0 X I 707 Elm 8 0 818 X 1 708 Ash 14 0 Ash X 0 709 Ash 16 0 9 X 1 710 Elm 16 0 0 X 1 711 Ash 6 0 X 1 712 Oak 31 0 x 824 1 713 Oak 31 0 x Ash I 714 Oak 31 0x 10 I 715 Elm 22 0 14 X 1 716 Oak 37 0 0 X X I 717 Elm 18 0 X X I 718 Oak 3'0 x x x I 719 Oak 37 0 833 x X I 720 Elm 22 0 Elm x I 721 Elm 25 0 15 x I 722 Elm 22 0 0 x I 723 Elm 25 0 x x� '38"m 725 Cork -Tree 6 0 X Cork -Tree 726 Boxelder 18 0 840 X I 727 Elm 10 0 Hadcbe X 0 728 Ash 12 0 6 X X 729 Ash 10 0 0 X 1 730A1h Oak 7 0 X X 845 731 Elm 6 0 X Oak 732 Ash 14 0 847 X 6 733 Elm 20 0 Ash X 0x 734 Ash 8 0 9 X X 735 Ash 16 1 DX X I 736 Oak 28 0 x X I 737 Oak 22 0 X I 738 Elm 20 0 854 X I 739 Elm 18 0 Ash X I 740 Ash 18 0 6 X 741E lm 17 0 0 X 742 Elm 8 0 x X 859 743 Elm 9 0 X I 744 Elm 30 0 861 X 12 745 Elm 7 0 % 746 Elm 12 0 x 1 747Ash 7 0 X 748 Elm 30 0 % 749 Elm 12 0 x 1 750 Hackber 10 0 x 751 Ash 8 0 % 752 Elm 14 0 X I 753 Elm 6 0 x 754 Boxelder 12 0 X 755 Boxelder 7 0 X I 756 Boxelder 10 0 x I 757 Boxelder 6 0 x I 758Elm 30 0 x 759 Hackberry 9 0 X MONTICELLO PROPERTIES 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 HAVEN RIDGE I TREE PRESERVATION PLAN Monticello, Minnesota T7 of T8 DBH Tree Tag Tree Type (in.) Stems Condition Save Remove Significant 760 Hackbe" 12 0 X 761 Ash 14 0 X 762 Cork -Tree 7 0 x 763 Cork -Tree 6 0 _ _ x 764 Cork -Tree 6 0 X 765 Ash 12 0 X 766 Ash 8 0 X 767 Ash 10 0 X 768 Elm 8 0 X 769 Ash 22 0 X 770 Elm 22 1 X 771 Ash 18 0 x 772 Ash 12 0 X 774 Ash 8 0 x 775 Ash 10 0 X 776 Oak 26 0 X 777 Ash12 0 X 778 Ash 24 0 X 779 Ash 6 0 x 780 Ash 8 0 X 781 Ash 6 0 X 782 Boxelder 7 0 X 783 Ash 8 0 X 784 Oak 28 0 X 785 Ash 7 0 X 786 Ash 6 0 X 787 Ash 7 0x 788 Oak 22 0 X 789 Oak 10 0 x 790 Ash 18 0 X 791 Oak 31 0 x 2 Ash 6 0 X H7979 3 Ash 7 DX 794 Ash 6 0 x 795 Ash 10 0 X A6 Hackberry 7 0 X 797 Oak 22 0 x 798 Ash 6 0 X 799 Elm 12 DX 800 Ash 12 0 x 801 Ash 12 0 X 802 Ash 7 0 x 803 Ash 7 0 x 804 Ash 6 0 X 805 Ash 6 0 X 806 Ash 6 0 x 907 Ash 10 DX 808 Ash 7 0 x 809 Ash 12 0 X 810 Ash 10 0 X 811 Ash10 0 X 812 Ash 10 0 X 93 Oak 22 0 X 814 Ash 60 X 815 Oak 28 0 X 816 Ash7 0 x 817 Ash 9 0 X 818 Ash 10 DX 819 Ash 10 0 x 820 Boxelder 9 0 X 821 Elm 20 0 X 822 Boxelder 8 0x 823 Elm 8 0 X 824 Elm 12 DX 825 Ash 7 0 X 826Ash 10 0 X 827 Ash 14 0 X 829 Ash 20 0 X 830 Elm 25 0 X 831 Elm 20 0 x 832Elm 6 0 X 833 Elm 8 0 X 834 Elm 20 0 x 835 Elm 15 0 X 836 Elm 18 0 X 837 Elm 12 0 x '38"m 14 0 X 839 Cork -Tree 7 0 X 840 Ash 6 0x &11 Hadcbe 12 0 X 842 Elm 6 0 X 843 Elm 8 0 X 844 Oak 22 0 X 845 Oak 22 0 X 846 Oak 25 0 X 847 Ash 6 0 Broken X 848 Ash 9 0x 849 Ash 9 0 X 850 Ash 9 DX 851 Oak 24 0 x 852 Oak 22 0 x 853 Ash 10 0 % 854 Ash7 0 X ffi5 Ash 8 0 X ffi6 Ash 6 DX 857 Ash 7 0 X 858 Oak 22 0 x 859 Ash 7 0 x 860 Ash 10 0 x 861 Elm 12 0 X HAVEN RIDGE I TREE PRESERVATION PLAN Monticello, Minnesota T7 of T8 DBH Tree Tag Tree Type (in.) Stems Condition Save Remove Sign icant 947 Dm 15 0 x 949 Dm 12 0 x 950 Elm 35 0 x 951 Dm 18 0 x 952 Dm 18 0 x 953 Elm 12 0 x 954 Dm 12 0 x 955 Oak 32 0 x 956 Dm 30 0 % 957 Dm 12 0 x 958 Dm 15 0 % 959 Dm 12 0 x 960 Oak 30 0 x 961 Dm 30 0 x 962 Oak 32 0 x 963 Oak 30 0 x 963.01 Dm 15 0 % 964 Oak 18 0 x 964.01 Dm 12 0 x 965 Oak 32 0 x 96501 Dm 12 0 x 966 Oak 30 0 x 967 Dm 12 0 x 968 Dm 12 0 x 96&01 Oak 28 0 % 969 Dm 12 0 % 970 Oak 30 0 x 971 Oak 32 0 % 972 Dm 18 0 x 973 Oak 26 0 x 974 Oak 30 0 % 975 Oak 30 0 x 976 Oak 28 0 x 977 Oak 28 0 % 978 Oak28 0 x 979 Oak 30 0 % 980 Oak 32 0 % 981 Oak 35 0 x 982 Dm 30 0 % 983 Dm 10 0 x 984 Dm 10 0 x 985 Dm 15 0 % 986 Dm 15 0 x 987 Dm 8 0 x 988 Dm 18 0 % 989 Oak 25 0 x 990 Dm 18 0 % 991 Oak 30 0 % 992 Oak 35 0 x L 993 Dm 15 0 % r 994 Dm 18 0 % 995 Dm 22 0 x 996 Dm 14 0 x 997 Dm 12 0 x 998 Dm 12 0 x 999 Oak 36 0 x 1000 Oak 28 0 x 1001 Boxelder 25 0 x 10D2 Dm 12 0 x 2634 Oak 35 0 x 3572 Oak 32 0 _ _ % 3573 Oak 28 0 Broken % 3574 Dm 15 0 x 3575Oak 33 0 _ x 3576 Oak 30 0 x 3580 Dm 30 0 x 3581 Oak 37 0 x X 3583 Dm 20 0 x 3586 Oak 18 0 x 3587 Dm 22 0 x 3588 Oak 32 0 x 3589 Oak 35 0 _ x 3590 Oak 30 0 x 3591 Oak 30 0 x 3592 Oak 29 0 _ x 3593 Dm 30 0 x 3594 Oak 28 0 x 3595 Dm 30 0 X 3596 Oak 30 0 x 3597 Boxelder 20 0 _ x 3598 Oak 28 0 x 3599 Elm 20 0 x 3600 Oak 25 0 X 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Revaions: (Carlson BSu belan 0 that this under PdntName: Brian].Krysto� a Drawn: MONTICELLO PROPERTIES HAVEN RIDGE T8 careering al Blaine, MN 55449 l orreportwaspreparedhat lam under my gna : I 9ne I I p I I TREE PRESERVATION PLAN • engineering phone: (763) 489-7900 direct supervision and that I am a duly Si tures Desi tl: B]K 7308 As en Lane, Suite 114 of McCain I'surveym9 Fax: (763)489-7959 Licensed Professional Engineer under Monticello, Minnesota ww.carlsonmccain.9 m the laws of the State of Minnesota Date. 4/5/19 License it: 25063 Date. 4/5/19 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 / T8 sir Voe:�soar-raso�7oss-mo�nano nramrie:��sa �se�e ••we�vreumyure�tree:sews DBH Tree Tag Tree Type (in.) Stems Condition Save Remove Significant 862 Oak 22 1 X 863 Hackberry 6 0 X 864 Oak 30 0 X 865 Hackberry 10 0 X 866 Boxelder 8 0 X 867 Boxelder 7 0 X 868 Ash 8 0 X 869 Ash 7 0 X 870 Ash 11 0 X 871 Boxelder 18 0 X 872 Ash 8 0 X 873 Cottonwood 25 0 X 874 Elm 12 0 X 875 Oak 30 0 X 876 Oak 30 0 X 877 Oak 28 0 X 878 Oak 32 0 X 879 Oak 28 0x 880 Oak 8 0 X 881 Elm 8 0 X 882 Elm 10 0x 8y8�3 Hachberry 12 0 X I Oak 28 0 X 88.5 Oak 30 0 X 886 Oak 39 0 X X 887 Oak 28 0 X 988 Elm 20 0 X �I Cottonwood 0 X 890 Elm 8 8 0 X 891 Cottonwood 30 0 X 892 Boxelder 20 0 X 893 Cottonwood 7 0 X 894 Oak 30 0 X 895 Elm 8 0 X 896 Elm 10 0 X 897 Elm 18 0 X 898 Boxelder 12 0 X 899 Boxelder 14 0 X 900 Ash 14 0 x 901 Boxelder 22 0 X 902 Elm 8 0 x 903 Oak 30 0 x 904 Boxelder 7 0 x 905 Elm 15 0 x 906 Elm 20 0 x 907 Elm 20 0 x 908 Elm 20 0 x 909 Elm 22 0 X 910 Elm 12 0 X 911 Boxelder 18 0 x 912 Elm 12 0 x 913 Oak 30 0 x 914 Elm 12 0 x 915 Oak 39 0 X x 916 Elm 8 0 x 917 Elm 30 0 x 919 Elm 27 0 X 920 Elm 20 0 x 922 Elm 20 0 x 923 Elm 12 0 X 924 Elm 12 0 x 925 Elm 12 0 x 926 Elm 12 0 x 927 Elm 18 0 x 928 Elm 20 0 x 929 Elm 20 0 x 930 Elm 12 0 x 931 Elm SS 0 x 932 Elm 15 0 x 933 Oak 18 0 x 934 Oak 34 0 X 935 Elm 12 0 X 936 Elm 22 0 x 937 Oak 32 0 X 938 Elm 28 0 x 939 Elm 20 0 x 940 Elm 25 0 X 941 Oak 32 0 x 942 Oak 32 0 X 943 Oak 25 0 X 944 Elm 18 0 X 945 Elm 12 0 X 946 Elm 12 0 x DBH Tree Tag Tree Type (in.) Stems Condition Save Remove Sign icant 947 Dm 15 0 x 949 Dm 12 0 x 950 Elm 35 0 x 951 Dm 18 0 x 952 Dm 18 0 x 953 Elm 12 0 x 954 Dm 12 0 x 955 Oak 32 0 x 956 Dm 30 0 % 957 Dm 12 0 x 958 Dm 15 0 % 959 Dm 12 0 x 960 Oak 30 0 x 961 Dm 30 0 x 962 Oak 32 0 x 963 Oak 30 0 x 963.01 Dm 15 0 % 964 Oak 18 0 x 964.01 Dm 12 0 x 965 Oak 32 0 x 96501 Dm 12 0 x 966 Oak 30 0 x 967 Dm 12 0 x 968 Dm 12 0 x 96&01 Oak 28 0 % 969 Dm 12 0 % 970 Oak 30 0 x 971 Oak 32 0 % 972 Dm 18 0 x 973 Oak 26 0 x 974 Oak 30 0 % 975 Oak 30 0 x 976 Oak 28 0 x 977 Oak 28 0 % 978 Oak28 0 x 979 Oak 30 0 % 980 Oak 32 0 % 981 Oak 35 0 x 982 Dm 30 0 % 983 Dm 10 0 x 984 Dm 10 0 x 985 Dm 15 0 % 986 Dm 15 0 x 987 Dm 8 0 x 988 Dm 18 0 % 989 Oak 25 0 x 990 Dm 18 0 % 991 Oak 30 0 % 992 Oak 35 0 x L 993 Dm 15 0 % r 994 Dm 18 0 % 995 Dm 22 0 x 996 Dm 14 0 x 997 Dm 12 0 x 998 Dm 12 0 x 999 Oak 36 0 x 1000 Oak 28 0 x 1001 Boxelder 25 0 x 10D2 Dm 12 0 x 2634 Oak 35 0 x 3572 Oak 32 0 _ _ % 3573 Oak 28 0 Broken % 3574 Dm 15 0 x 3575Oak 33 0 _ x 3576 Oak 30 0 x 3580 Dm 30 0 x 3581 Oak 37 0 x X 3583 Dm 20 0 x 3586 Oak 18 0 x 3587 Dm 22 0 x 3588 Oak 32 0 x 3589 Oak 35 0 _ x 3590 Oak 30 0 x 3591 Oak 30 0 x 3592 Oak 29 0 _ x 3593 Dm 30 0 x 3594 Oak 28 0 x 3595 Dm 30 0 X 3596 Oak 30 0 x 3597 Boxelder 20 0 _ x 3598 Oak 28 0 x 3599 Elm 20 0 x 3600 Oak 25 0 X 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Revaions: (Carlson BSu belan 0 that this under PdntName: Brian].Krysto� a Drawn: MONTICELLO PROPERTIES HAVEN RIDGE T8 careering al Blaine, MN 55449 l orreportwaspreparedhat lam under my gna : I 9ne I I p I I TREE PRESERVATION PLAN • engineering phone: (763) 489-7900 direct supervision and that I am a duly Si tures Desi tl: B]K 7308 As en Lane, Suite 114 of McCain I'surveym9 Fax: (763)489-7959 Licensed Professional Engineer under Monticello, Minnesota ww.carlsonmccain.9 m the laws of the State of Minnesota Date. 4/5/19 License it: 25063 Date. 4/5/19 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 / T8 sir Voe:�soar-raso�7oss-mo�nano nramrie:��sa �se�e ••we�vreumyure�tree:sews ■ �/ i i l l l I III .T, ialn, ST HE ST. NE SITE 4 I dY VICINITY MAP NOT TO SCALE I I / SHEET INDEX u L LI _J J/ - L1 LANDSCAPE COVER SHEET ^IST \/ 12-18 TREE PRESERVATION PLAN h LIQ- --- � �^'�S-i7rl��o�►ia�ri_ vim= « yE�ici�uwsaa�c��h. C: -�. -- -- i I I r SHEET - - - - - - - - a � �n T ~ SHEET L3�C ,9 �ISrC �s�- (( __ I C) pI ne �\ v SHEET L4 _ Wig, a O M' OF PESTS AND DISEASE AND BE CONTAINER GROWN OR ! e z �c. B I SEED MIX I CITY of MONTICELLO LANDSCAPE CODE • In new subdivisions, on lots with frontage on a single right-of-way, it is required that two (2) trees be planted per platted lot if no trees are in existence. For lots with frontage on more than one right-of-way, it is required that four (4) trees be planted per platted lot if no trees are in existence. Two (2) trees must be planted in the boulevard adjoining each yard having street frontage. In subdivision plantings, not less than two 2 or more than three 3 species of trees shall be P B. O O P planted In any block, and neither less than twenty percent (20%) nor more than fifty percent (50%) of the total trees planted in a block may be of the same species. • Required trees shall be planted in the boulevard at a location ranging from 4 ft. to SO ft from the curb. Precise location within this range to be determined by the City. •• Trees in the yard shall be installed by the builder/homeowner. TREE CALCULATION SINGLE FAMILY HOUSES •• 258 HOUSESX2TREES PER HOUSE= 516T EES •• 36 CORNER/ REAR FRONTAGE LOTS= 72 TREES • MULTI FAMILY HOUSES •• 75 UNITS X 2 TREES PER HOUSE= 150 TREES I0111 .I W.J.,1813 2 IN. TO PAVED I OF PESTS AND DISEASE AND BE CONTAINER GROWN OR SYM. SHEET L8,,P9 SEED MIX I NATIVE WET PRAIRIE MN SEED MIX 34-371 (oLp BwsR wBl 4" DEEP HARD WETLAND FRINGE r I 3 THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY PLANTS WHICH ARE DEEMED UNSATISFACTORY BEFORE, - i - - 1 OVERALL L16 LANDSCAPE PLAN- 250 500 750 SCALE 1" = 250' l / j Carlson • McCain s 11 VoesIT -TocolToss - m 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, SUite 100 environmental Blaine, MN 3) 49 engineering Phone: (763) 489-7900 I ' surveying Fax: (763) 489-7959 ww.carlsonmccam.com 11.1ln Fre­es\m dPa rAF­ _ Vs_ Revisions: I hereby ce s y that this plan, or under my Print Na- lames A. Kalkes, RLA Drawn: or report was prepared by me or under my �7 direct supervision and that I am a duly Slgna[ure:t� ,�. Aj-. eslgnetl: ]AK Licensed Landscape Architect under O the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 License #: 45071 Date: 4/5/19 CITY of MONTICELLO LANDSCAPE CODE • In new subdivisions, on lots with frontage on a single right-of-way, it is required that two (2) trees be planted per platted lot if no trees are in existence. For lots with frontage on more than one right-of-way, it is required that four (4) trees be planted per platted lot if no trees are in existence. Two (2) trees must be planted in the boulevard adjoining each yard having street frontage. In subdivision plantings, not less than two 2 or more than three 3 species of trees shall be P B. O O P planted In any block, and neither less than twenty percent (20%) nor more than fifty percent (50%) of the total trees planted in a block may be of the same species. • Required trees shall be planted in the boulevard at a location ranging from 4 ft. to SO ft from the curb. Precise location within this range to be determined by the City. •• Trees in the yard shall be installed by the builder/homeowner. TREE CALCULATION SINGLE FAMILY HOUSES •• 258 HOUSESX2TREES PER HOUSE= 516T EES •• 36 CORNER/ REAR FRONTAGE LOTS= 72 TREES • MULTI FAMILY HOUSES •• 75 UNITS X 2 TREES PER HOUSE= 150 TREES I0111 .I W.J.,1813 2 IN. TO PAVED SEED MIX LEGEND (FORALLSH..Ip, OF PESTS AND DISEASE AND BE CONTAINER GROWN OR SYM. TYPE SEED MIX I NATIVE WET PRAIRIE MN SEED MIX 34-371 (oLp BwsR wBl 4" DEEP HARD WETLAND FRINGE MN SEED MIX33-262(DLBBWSRU6) 3 THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY PLANTS WHICH ARE DEEMED UNSATISFACTORY BEFORE, COMMERCIAL TURF -SOD HIGHLAND SOD /r�/" MNDOT 260 MN SEED MIX 25-131 (oL) .14-2.) & l / ALL AREAS DISTURBED BY 5. ALL PLANTING STOCK SHALL CONFORM TO THE "AMERICAN 51DEWALK/CURB CONSTRUCTION NOT INTENDED (USE EROSION CONTROL BLANKET WO SODDED, OR RETENTION BASINS FOR SLOPES OVER 3:1) SWAMP MESIC GENERAL ROADSIDE MN SEED MIX 25-131 45 FOR GENERAL STABILIZATION (USE EROSION CONTROL BLANKET INTO THE TOP 12' OF SOIL OF PAD AREAS FOR SLOPES OVER 3:1) WHITE OAK HARDWOOD MULCH (NATURALCOLOR) OTHERWISE SPECIFIED THE GUARANTEE SHALL COVER THE SHREDDED HARDWOOD MULCH FULL COST OF REPLACEMENT INCLUDING LABOR AND PLANTS UNDISTURBED 501- 1/2" CRUSHED GRANITE CRUSHED QUARRY GRANITE CITY of MONTICELLO LANDSCAPE CODE • In new subdivisions, on lots with frontage on a single right-of-way, it is required that two (2) trees be planted per platted lot if no trees are in existence. For lots with frontage on more than one right-of-way, it is required that four (4) trees be planted per platted lot if no trees are in existence. Two (2) trees must be planted in the boulevard adjoining each yard having street frontage. In subdivision plantings, not less than two 2 or more than three 3 species of trees shall be P B. O O P planted In any block, and neither less than twenty percent (20%) nor more than fifty percent (50%) of the total trees planted in a block may be of the same species. • Required trees shall be planted in the boulevard at a location ranging from 4 ft. to SO ft from the curb. Precise location within this range to be determined by the City. •• Trees in the yard shall be installed by the builder/homeowner. TREE CALCULATION SINGLE FAMILY HOUSES •• 258 HOUSESX2TREES PER HOUSE= 516T EES •• 36 CORNER/ REAR FRONTAGE LOTS= 72 TREES • MULTI FAMILY HOUSES •• 75 UNITS X 2 TREES PER HOUSE= 150 TREES I0111 .I W.J.,1813 2 IN. TO PAVED THE PROTECTION AND REPAIR OF ANY DAMAGES TO SAME OF PESTS AND DISEASE AND BE CONTAINER GROWN OR NOTIFY THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT OF ANY CONFLICTS TO SURFACE FACILITATE PLANT RELOCATION I 18. USE ANTI -DESICCANT (WILTPRUF OR APPROVED EQUAL) ON DECIDUOUS TflEES 4" DEEP HARD AND MEET ALL REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED MOVED ANYTIME APPLY AS PER MANUFACTURER'S 3 THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY PLANTS WHICH ARE DEEMED UNSATISFACTORY BEFORE, WOOD MULCH POLY PERIOD. 4 NO SUBSTITI TUTIONS OF PLANT MATERIAL SHALL BE ACCEPTED 19. PLANTING SOIL FOR TREES, SHRUBS AND GROUND COVERS EDGER FERTILE FRIABLE LOAM CONTAINING A LIBERAL AMOUNT OF HUMUS AND CAPABLE OF SUSTAINING VIGOROUS PLANT 5. ALL PLANTING STOCK SHALL CONFORM TO THE "AMERICAN 51DEWALK/CURB FINAL /_ WO 0 Quercus bicolor SWAMP 2.5" BB 45 15' 60' INTO THE TOP 12' OF SOIL PLASTIC SAFETY FENCING ADEQUATELY SUPPORTEDED BY STEEL ALL PLANTS SHALL BE GUARANTEED FOR TWO COMPLETE 20. A WHITE OAK MIN 6" (TYP.) 7 ALL PLANT MATERIAL QUANTITIES, SHAPES OF BEDS AND OTHERWISE SPECIFIED THE GUARANTEE SHALL COVER THE FULL COST OF REPLACEMENT INCLUDING LABOR AND PLANTS UNDISTURBED 501- 0=Six WISHADEMASTER vat nermis'Shademaster' BACKPLL WITH PLANTING MIX 6" AT THE SIDES AND 2.5" Be 70 ALL SPACE BETWEEN THE PLLL ANTS TO FUDEPTH OSH RUR E& CONTAINER PLANTING DETAIL I. SC 11 BOTTOM AND SIDES OF HOLE NOTE GUT R ASSUMES E OPTIOIJ41 BUT PRIOR TO PLANTING EAK ANWORRssF` *5IIJ 455UME5 FULL RESPONSIBNTY FOR MAINTAINING TREE 2 TRIM OUT DEAD DEFOR ED TWIGS I WOOD OT CUTIA LEADER DO IN 4 PWMB F THE FOR THE NOT PAINT OUTS. DURAtION OF THE GUARANTEE gPERIOD GUY "F !' 3 SET PLANT dJ UNSTURBED NATIVE bdL AESEELY-I., 1 OR THOROUGHLY COMPACTED BACKFILL 01 L POLYPROPYLENE ST POLYETHYLENE PLAN (aB MN STT WIDE STROP (TYP) INSTALL PLANT 90 THE ROOT FLARE 18 AT OR UP TO 2" ABOVE THE FINISHED GR40E, DOUBLE STR4ND IB G4 WIRE. 2-Y' ROLLED STEEL P05T5 (M.- 340) PO U5LE NYLON STRAPS a PLALE PLANT IN PLANTING HOLE WITH F IBB°OC (SEE STAKING DAGRAM) BURL4P AN' URE B48KET, OF USED), INTACT DOUBLE STRAND 12 GAUGE WIRE B4CKFlLL WITHIN 4PPROA-ELT 12" OF THE GOORgNgTE i PAINTED FLUORESCENT ORANGE TOP OF ROOTBALL. WATER PLANT. REMOVE sTA" TD INSURE TOF` 113WHITE FLAGGING (TYP) OF THE BASKET OR THE TOP TWO 2 12 U EONRTATION OF GUT S TREE WRAP HORIZONTAL RINGS, WHICHEVER 19 GREATEPr 12 NE9 AND STAKES 1 REMOVE ALL BURLAP AND NAILS FROM TOP J_ ;F�TV I Ir iIT� 4 INCHES HARDWOOD MULCH 113 OF THE BALL REMOVE ALL NNNE STAKING NZ -RAM 4 MCHDEEP SAUCER B PWE 4NO EA -U. WITH I [ B4CKFlLL SQL GUY WIRE WITH WEBBING 8 STEEL TEE POST- b WATER TO SETTLE PLANTS AND FILL FLAGGING- ONE PER RE 3 REQUIRED AT 120 VOIDS. 4"-6" SHREDDED BARK v BACKFILL MIX 1, WATER WTHIN TWO HOURS OF +uuuwN�EMU6i NG GRADE INBTAUATON. WATERING MUST BE UNDISTURBED SUBSOIL SUFFICIENT TO THOROWa HLT EAT.ILTE OOT BALL AND PLANTING HOLE. `_MINMUM Ill W DTH OF RPT BOLL R REMOVE BURLAP B ROPE ':_� PLANTING SOL MIXTURES$PEC ) FROM TOP 1/3 OF THE BALL B PLACE MULCH WITHIN 48 ESS THE SECOND WATERING UNLESS SOL 17__, UNDISTURBED OR 9TABIDTED U I NOTE SEE PLANTING NOTES FOR THE TYPE OF MULCH MATERIAL TO USE. MOISTURE IS EXCESSIVE SUBSOL ODECIDUOUS TREE PLANTING DETAIL B CONIFEROUS TREE PLANTING DETAIL MONTICELLO PROPERTIES 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 LANDSCAPE LEGEND (AIL Sheets) KEV BOTANICAL NAME ICOMMON NAME 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIPLANTING Nu 1 r.5 1 ALL PLANTS MUST BE HEALTHY, VIGOROUS MATERIAL, FREE THE PROTECTION AND REPAIR OF ANY DAMAGES TO SAME OF PESTS AND DISEASE AND BE CONTAINER GROWN OR NOTIFY THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT OF ANY CONFLICTS TO SIZE I ROOT 4N. FACILITATE PLANT RELOCATION I 18. USE ANTI -DESICCANT (WILTPRUF OR APPROVED EQUAL) ON DECIDUOUS TflEES DECIDUOUS PLANTS MOVED IN LEAF AND FOR EVERGREENS AND MEET ALL REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED MOVED ANYTIME APPLY AS PER MANUFACTURER'S 3 THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY PLANTS WHICH ARE DEEMED UNSATISFACTORY BEFORE, HEIGHT HEGF!' PERIOD. 4 NO SUBSTITI TUTIONS OF PLANT MATERIAL SHALL BE ACCEPTED 19. PLANTING SOIL FOR TREES, SHRUBS AND GROUND COVERS UNLESS APPROVED IN WRITING BY THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT FERTILE FRIABLE LOAM CONTAINING A LIBERAL AMOUNT OF HUMUS AND CAPABLE OF SUSTAINING VIGOROUS PLANT 5. ALL PLANTING STOCK SHALL CONFORM TO THE "AMERICAN GROWTH. IT SHALL COMPLY WITH MN/DOT SPECIFICATION STANDARD FOR NURSERY STOCK," ANS-760,SERY LATEST EDITION, 3877 TYPE B SELECT TOPSOIL MIXTURE SHALL BE FREE WO 0 Quercus bicolor SWAMP 2.5" BB 45 15' 60' INTO THE TOP 12' OF SOIL PLASTIC SAFETY FENCING ADEQUATELY SUPPORTEDED BY STEEL ALL PLANTS SHALL BE GUARANTEED FOR TWO COMPLETE 20. A WHITE OAK GROWING SEASON (APRIL 1 - NOVEMBER 1), UNLESS 7 ALL PLANT MATERIAL QUANTITIES, SHAPES OF BEDS AND OTHERWISE SPECIFIED THE GUARANTEE SHALL COVER THE LOCATIONS SHOWN ARE APPROXIMATE. CONTRACTOR SHALL FULL COST OF REPLACEMENT INCLUDING LABOR AND PLANTS HL 0=Six WISHADEMASTER vat nermis'Shademaster' HONEYLOCUST 2.5" Be 70 10' 60' BL SPECIFIED. CONTRACTOR MAY ELECT PLANT IN OFF-SEASONS BOULEVARD ENTIRELY AT HIS/HER RISK. pFCIn,IQIIS POTTFn . NOXIOUS WEEDS OR OTHER DELETERIOUS MATERIAL, IN ALL PLANTS 4/1 - 6/1; 9/21 - 11/1 MASS PLANTING BEDS AND FOR TREES, UNLESS INDICATED AS ROCK MULCH ON DRAWINGS. SUBMIT SAMPLE TO LANDSCAPE DECIDUOUS B&B: 4/1 - 6/1, 9/21 - 11/1 //// ARCHITECT PRIOR TO DELIVERY SITE FOR APPROVAL. FVFRf.RFFN PQTTFn PI ANTC. 4 1 - 1' 1-11 1 6 9 2 Till. E-Ericana'Boulevard' LINDEN 2.5" BB 84 15' 60' _ 23 MAINTENANCE SHALL BEGIN IMMEDIATELY AFTER EACH AREAS FILTER FABRIC SHALL 1E INTERWOVEN 5.1 oz PORTION OF THE WORK IS IN PLACE. PLANT MATERIAL SHALL NEEDLE PUNCHED POLYPROPYLENE FABAB RIC MANUFACTURED BY BE PROTECTED AND MAINTAINED UNTIL THE INSTALLATION OF DUSE PRO 5 "WEED BARRIER" OR APPROVED EQUAL. THE PLANTS IS COMPLETE INSPECTION HAS BEEN MADE AND 11. PLLACEACE EDGING BETWEEN ALL PLANTING/ROCK BEGS AND PLANTINGS ARE ACCEPTED EXCLUSIVE OF THE GUARANTEE TURF. EDGING SHALL BE POLY. 12. THE PLAN TAKES PRECEDENCE OVER THE LANDSCAPE LEGEND MAINTENANCE SHALL INCLUDE WATERING, CULTIVATING, MULCHING, REMOVAL OF DEAD MATERIALS, RE-SETTING IF DISCREPANCIES EXIST. THE SPECIFICATIONS TAKE - PRECEDENCE OVER THE PLANTING NOTES AND GENERAL PLUMB POSITION AFTER ACCEPTANCE, THE OWNER SHALL --_ ASSUME MAINTENANCE RESPONSIBILITIES. HOWEVER, THE HB CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTINUE TO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR KEEPING THE TREES PLUMB THROUGHOUT THE GUARANTEE 1,111, o-il,"talil HACKBERRV 2.5" BB 155 15 10' w REPLACED WITH MATERIAL OF THE SAME SPECIES, QUANTITY, BUILDINGS CLEAN AND UNSTAINED ALL PEDESTRIAN AND VEHICLE ACCESS TO BE MAINTAINED THROUGHOUT AND SIZE AND MEETING ALL LANDSCAPE LEGEND SPECIFICATIONS CONSTRUCTION PERIOD. ALL WASTES SHALL BE PROMPTLY REMOVED FROM THE SITE ANY PLANT STOCK NOT PLANTED 25. WATERING MAINTAIN A WATERING SCHEDULE WHICH WILL THOROUGHLY WATER ALL PLANTS ONCE A WEEK IN ON DAY OF DELIVERY SHALL BE HEELED IN AND WATERED UNTIL INSTALLATION PLANTS NOT MAINTAINED IN THIS EXTREMELY HOT, DRV WEATHER, WATER MORE OFTEN AS REQUIRED BY INDICATIONS OF HEAT STRESS SUCH AS WILTING MANNER WILL BE REJECTED. ANY DAMAGE TO EXISTING LEAVES. CHECK MOISTURE UNDER MULCH PRIOR TO FACILITIES SHALL BE REPAVED AT THE CONTRACTOR'S WATERING TO DETERMINE NEED. CONTRACTOR SHALL MAKE EXPENS E NECESSARY ARRANGEMENTS FOR WATER. 16, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR COMPLYING 26. CONTRACTOR SHALL REQUEST IN WRITING, A FINAL WITH ALL APPLICABLE CODES, REGULATIONS, AND PERMITS ACCEPTANCE INSPECTION. GOVERNING THE WORK 17. LOCATE AND VERIFY ALL UTILITIES, INCLUDING IRRIGATION SM LINES, WITH THE OWNER FOR PROPRIETARY UTILITIES GOPHER STATE ONE CALL 454-0002 (TWIN CITIES METRO AND ACErs-harem SUGAR MAPLE 2.5" BB 86 14' 50' '^ RM Acerrubrum'14.14 cls' NORTHHWOODS a. 119 14' 50' MAPLE BE Ulmus.'Cathedral- CATHEDRAL ELM 2.5" BE 75 14' SO' SHILOH SPLASH gg Betula nigra Sh'lo Splash 1.5" BB 4 8' 25' RIVER BIRCH 320 SB Amelantherxgrandflora AUTUMN BRILLIANCE 1.5" BB 5 8' 20' Autumn Brilliance' SERVICEBERRV i wu wo SS Malus.'Sprmg Sn.- SPRING SNOW 1.5" BB 38 8' 25' F CRABAPPLE - TL 0 Syr nga Reticulata JAPANESE 1.5" BB 40 8' rc� �z 20' TREE LILAC EVERGREEN BH Piceaglauca var. Densata BLACK HILLS 6' BB 31 6' 40' SPRUCE w CH Tsu densis CANADIAN HEMLOCK 6' BB 26 6' 40' ga cana �O LL RC Juniper ousVrginiana EASTERN RED CEDAR 6' BB 11 6' 30' gbles Balsamea BALSAM FIR 6' BB 5 6' 40' QUANTITIES SHOWN IN THE PLANTING SCHEDULE ARE FOR THE CONTRACTOR'S CONVENIENCE. CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY QUANTITIES SHOWN ON THE PLAN. 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIPLANTING Nu 1 r.5 1 ALL PLANTS MUST BE HEALTHY, VIGOROUS MATERIAL, FREE THE PROTECTION AND REPAIR OF ANY DAMAGES TO SAME OF PESTS AND DISEASE AND BE CONTAINER GROWN OR NOTIFY THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT OF ANY CONFLICTS TO BALLED AND BURLAPPED AS INDICATED IN THE LANDSCAPE FACILITATE PLANT RELOCATION LEGEND. 18. USE ANTI -DESICCANT (WILTPRUF OR APPROVED EQUAL) ON 2 ALL TREES MUST BE STRAIGHT TRUNKED AND FULL HEADED DECIDUOUS PLANTS MOVED IN LEAF AND FOR EVERGREENS AND MEET ALL REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED MOVED ANYTIME APPLY AS PER MANUFACTURER'S 3 THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY PLANTS WHICH ARE DEEMED UNSATISFACTORY BEFORE, INSTRUCTION. ALL EVERGREENS SHALL BE SPRAYED IN THE LATE FALL FOR WINTER PROTECTION DURING WARRANTY DVRING, AFTER INSTALLATION. PERIOD. 4 NO SUBSTITI TUTIONS OF PLANT MATERIAL SHALL BE ACCEPTED 19. PLANTING SOIL FOR TREES, SHRUBS AND GROUND COVERS UNLESS APPROVED IN WRITING BY THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT FERTILE FRIABLE LOAM CONTAINING A LIBERAL AMOUNT OF HUMUS AND CAPABLE OF SUSTAINING VIGOROUS PLANT 5. ALL PLANTING STOCK SHALL CONFORM TO THE "AMERICAN GROWTH. IT SHALL COMPLY WITH MN/DOT SPECIFICATION STANDARD FOR NURSERY STOCK," ANS-760,SERY LATEST EDITION, 3877 TYPE B SELECT TOPSOIL MIXTURE SHALL BE FREE OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF NURSERYMEN, INC. AND FROM HARDBACK SUBSOIL, STONES, CHEMICALS, NOXIOUS SHALL CONSTITUTE MINIMUM QUALITY REQUIREMENTS FOR SK WEEDS, ETC. SOIL MIXTURE SHALL HAVE A PH BETWEEN 6.1 PLANT MATERIALS. AND AND 10-0-10 FERTILIZER THE RATE OF 3 6 EXISTING TREES AND SHRUBS TO REMAIN SHALL BE PROTECTED TO THE DRIP LINE FROM ALL CONSTRUCTION POUNDSDS PER CUBIC YARD. IN PLANTING BEDS INCORPORATE THIS MIXTURE THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE BED BY ROTOPLLING TRAFFIC, STORAGE OF MATERIALS ETC. WITH 4' HIFA ORANGE INTO THE TOP 12' OF SOIL PLASTIC SAFETY FENCING ADEQUATELY SUPPORTEDED BY STEEL ALL PLANTS SHALL BE GUARANTEED FOR TWO COMPLETE 20. A FENCE POSTS 6' OC. MAXIMUM SPACING. GROWING SEASON (APRIL 1 - NOVEMBER 1), UNLESS 7 ALL PLANT MATERIAL QUANTITIES, SHAPES OF BEDS AND OTHERWISE SPECIFIED THE GUARANTEE SHALL COVER THE LOCATIONS SHOWN ARE APPROXIMATE. CONTRACTOR SHALL FULL COST OF REPLACEMENT INCLUDING LABOR AND PLANTS BE RESPONSIBLE FOR COMPLETE COVERAGE OF ALL PLANTING 21. CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT AT BEDS SPACING SHOWN AND ADJUSTED TO CONFORM TO THE LEAST 3 DAYS PRIOR TO PLANNED DELIVERY THE THE EXACT CONDITIONS OF THE SITE. THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT SHALL APPROVE THE STAKING LOCATION OF ALL CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE LANDSCAPE AT LEAST 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF BEGINNING PLANT PLANT MATERIALS PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. INSTALLATION. 8 ALL PLANTING AREAS MUST BE COMPLETELY MULCHED AS 22. SEASONS/TIME OF PLANTING AND SEEDING NOTE. THE SPECIFIED. CONTRACTOR MAY ELECT PLANT IN OFF-SEASONS 9 MULCH SHREDDED HARDWOOD MULCH, CLEAN AND FREE OF ENTIRELY AT HIS/HER RISK. pFCIn,IQIIS POTTFn . NOXIOUS WEEDS OR OTHER DELETERIOUS MATERIAL, IN ALL PLANTS 4/1 - 6/1; 9/21 - 11/1 MASS PLANTING BEDS AND FOR TREES, UNLESS INDICATED AS ROCK MULCH ON DRAWINGS. SUBMIT SAMPLE TO LANDSCAPE DECIDUOUS B&B: 4/1 - 6/1, 9/21 - 11/1 //// ARCHITECT PRIOR TO DELIVERY SITE FOR APPROVAL. FVFRf.RFFN PQTTFn PI ANTC. 4 1 - 1' 1-11 1 6 9 2 TAL DELIVER MULCH ON DAY OF INSTALLATION. USE 4" FOR EVERGREEN B&B: - 1/1: B/21 - 11/1 TURF LAWN SHRUB BEDS, AND 3' FOR PERENNIAL/GROUND COVER BEDS, G4/1 SEEDING: 4/1 6/1, 71 UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED. F NATIVE MIX SEEDING 4 1 7 1 - 7 20, 20 9 20 0 20 / / / / 10. PLACE LANDSCAPE FILTER FABRIC UNDER ALL MULCHED 23 MAINTENANCE SHALL BEGIN IMMEDIATELY AFTER EACH AREAS FILTER FABRIC SHALL 1E INTERWOVEN 5.1 oz PORTION OF THE WORK IS IN PLACE. PLANT MATERIAL SHALL NEEDLE PUNCHED POLYPROPYLENE FABAB RIC MANUFACTURED BY BE PROTECTED AND MAINTAINED UNTIL THE INSTALLATION OF DUSE PRO 5 "WEED BARRIER" OR APPROVED EQUAL. THE PLANTS IS COMPLETE INSPECTION HAS BEEN MADE AND 11. PLLACEACE EDGING BETWEEN ALL PLANTING/ROCK BEGS AND PLANTINGS ARE ACCEPTED EXCLUSIVE OF THE GUARANTEE TURF. EDGING SHALL BE POLY. 12. THE PLAN TAKES PRECEDENCE OVER THE LANDSCAPE LEGEND MAINTENANCE SHALL INCLUDE WATERING, CULTIVATING, MULCHING, REMOVAL OF DEAD MATERIALS, RE-SETTING IF DISCREPANCIES EXIST. THE SPECIFICATIONS TAKE PLANTS TO PROPER GRADE AND KEEPING PLANTS IN A PRECEDENCE OVER THE PLANTING NOTES AND GENERAL PLUMB POSITION AFTER ACCEPTANCE, THE OWNER SHALL NOTES. ASSUME MAINTENANCE RESPONSIBILITIES. HOWEVER, THE 13. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL MULCHES AND PLANTING SOIL QUANTITIES TO COMPLETE THE WORK CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTINUE TO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR KEEPING THE TREES PLUMB THROUGHOUT THE GUARANTEE SHOWN ON THE PLAN. VERIFY ALL QUANTITIES SHOWN ON PERI00 THE LANDSCAPE LEGEND. 24. ANY PLANT MATERIAL WHICH DIES, TURNS BROWN, OR 14. LONG-TERM STORAGE OF MATERIALS OR SUPPLIES ON-SITE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED DEFOLIATES (PRIOR TO TOTAL ACCEPTANCE OF THE WORK) SHALL BE PROMPTLY REMOVED FROM THE SITE AND 15. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL KEEP PAVEMENTS, PLANTERS AND REPLACED WITH MATERIAL OF THE SAME SPECIES, QUANTITY, BUILDINGS CLEAN AND UNSTAINED ALL PEDESTRIAN AND VEHICLE ACCESS TO BE MAINTAINED THROUGHOUT AND SIZE AND MEETING ALL LANDSCAPE LEGEND SPECIFICATIONS CONSTRUCTION PERIOD. ALL WASTES SHALL BE PROMPTLY REMOVED FROM THE SITE ANY PLANT STOCK NOT PLANTED 25. WATERING MAINTAIN A WATERING SCHEDULE WHICH WILL THOROUGHLY WATER ALL PLANTS ONCE A WEEK IN ON DAY OF DELIVERY SHALL BE HEELED IN AND WATERED UNTIL INSTALLATION PLANTS NOT MAINTAINED IN THIS EXTREMELY HOT, DRV WEATHER, WATER MORE OFTEN AS REQUIRED BY INDICATIONS OF HEAT STRESS SUCH AS WILTING MANNER WILL BE REJECTED. ANY DAMAGE TO EXISTING LEAVES. CHECK MOISTURE UNDER MULCH PRIOR TO FACILITIES SHALL BE REPAVED AT THE CONTRACTOR'S WATERING TO DETERMINE NEED. CONTRACTOR SHALL MAKE EXPENS E NECESSARY ARRANGEMENTS FOR WATER. 16, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR COMPLYING 26. CONTRACTOR SHALL REQUEST IN WRITING, A FINAL WITH ALL APPLICABLE CODES, REGULATIONS, AND PERMITS ACCEPTANCE INSPECTION. GOVERNING THE WORK 17. LOCATE AND VERIFY ALL UTILITIES, INCLUDING IRRIGATION 27 ALL DISTURBED AREAS TO BE TURF SEEDED, ARE TO RECEIVE 4" TOP SOIL, SEED, MULCH, AND WATER UNL A HEALTHY TI LINES, WITH THE OWNER FOR PROPRIETARY UTILITIES GOPHER STATE ONE CALL 454-0002 (TWIN CITIES METRO AND STAND OF GRASS IS OBTAINED. 28 ALL DISTURBED AREAS TO RECEIVE NATIVE WETLAND SEEDED, AREA) OR 800-252-1166 (GREATER MINNESOTA) HOURS (G ARE TO RECEIVE ENGINEERED SOIL, SEED, MULCH, AND WATER BEFORE DIGGINGCONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR . B UNTIL A HEALTHY STAND OF GRASS IS OBTAINED. HAVEN RIDGE I PRELIMINARY LANDSCAPE L1 Monticello, Minnesota SHEET TITLE Of 8 7-H ST BEET N \ \ Al � I 8 TFJ LO(2) i i105 i i ; ; ---- ' �,EET NE , / \ "`. �k:.'. \• i � I ' � r-' _ _ , , I 106 1 I � ------------- ' ' �'. _- _ � / o so 100 iso \\ \ \\ - 1__,_, _ 1 LO(2) SCALE 1" 01 oq -SEED MIX LEGEND (FOR ALLSHEET11 R --_ ISYM. TYPE SEED MIX I :.'.. �.•,.. J L --_-- JI / ' ' I I R ' I r___ I 110 I I ,,\�11 r-.. - NATIVE WET PRAIRIE MN SEED MIX 343711.!0 WETLAND FRINGE MN SEED MIX 33-261 (OLDawsa usl R SEE ON THE"rypl�gL STREETSECTION" * COMMERCIAL TURF -SOD HIGHLAND SOD i' _ <'_ ---� I ' I FOR SEEDGRAj,-' DING DETAILS PLAN IN THEBOULEVARD I I r - , 1 Dt MNDOT 260 MN SEED MIX 25-1311.. MNDOI& \ - _< I L- , I 1 I 1 ALLAREAS DISTURBED BY �.. CONSTRUCTION NOT INTENDED (USE EROSION CONTROL BLANKET +•.,• ' nL SODDED, OR RETENTION BASINS FOR SLOPES OVER 3:1) \ r 1. - _ MESIC GENERAL ROADSIDE MN SEED MIX 25-131 ® \---_ FORGENERALSTABILIZATION (USE EROSION CONTROL BLANKET \\ T j Q ,�.I --- �< -- 7B- -J L I I R / ;EE "TREE OF PAD I r - OR LIST OP RTERSEEERSVTAOTIROENMPA LIANN. 1HARDWOOD MULCH (NATURAL COLOR) L V 1/2" CRUSHED GRANITE CRUSHED QUARRY GRANITE 'nr( ll4n u ] LANDSCAPE LEGEND (All Sheets) ' A LO NEY COMMON NAME 512E QTY \ \ / V�. \ \ I Iorclou..S Ta I a..T �P6TArl G4`LII"f �n\\ 6.+�:. \ 1�1 / EIGHT":. �YV:;. \ / � / I A __ 1 I 1 , LO � - _ •: ,. �� ,,,(,441 u , SWAMP Irl TAN�,tNAME 1 �� 1 I ----� 1� LO � � � r-- ;:r:... . 4"+ G WO 0 Quercus bcolor WHITE OAK 2.5" BB 45 15' S0' �j�\ ,\':, I I , I--_ I I --- / P\�\�\2 �/..: HL B ASTER WGledltsiatriacanthos SHADEM25" 88 70 10' 50'z> \ \ v� "-t:-'•"-'•1 '\\I-�'L_1 I II I 1''L _ _ - I I W0�2J) var. mermis'Shademaster' HONEYLOCUST / /^ L BOULEVARD lLINDEN 2.5" BB 84 15' 60' I , l�wQ / / C \ \• • C "• ~.� v J 11b HB B Celt's occidentalis HACKBERRV 2.5" BB 155 15' S0' \ 1 \ \ \ � \y DT -® BO TRq nON BA \ \ 1 / wo i ,� O )TOM EL �SIN j'f0 16 SM Acersaccharum SUGAR MAPLE 2.5" BB 86 14' 50 \ \ t, 9._A. / �/'zo 04; `�\ O 10LEy,{$E�AELIp�- 1`L -°T D7 DT 1��J/ // \\\ •\ \ \ �.': DT CO i r NORTH RM Acer rubrum Nothwoods MAPLE 2.5" BE 119 14' 50' 'Pyl ..;::� 1 // 1`L� \ \ �' J Ct I I(I `+ t+11111 *r „�„ 111'11111`1+x111111111+1+1'1j tltl+,�"it`iiltll++11'1 �`III1111 +1 ,I+ttlj �l ��l, ii,rl/ +tl --"( ,Ilt RP R 1� �` \ -- ---- of -� 1j 4nr11111 n41, 1 un�nln,•. rr...... ......nnl \ Ql p g4+llp'll U Ilu' q+bi` gn.�+nnq P� Fch'F oT 4. nn, nl n uunrw.,�„ `I++t`rf'+nl Lx J �O 0� Oi 4 1 FILTRALMON BASIN CE �;` Ulmus x'Cathedral' CATHEDRAL ELM 2.5" BB 75 14' S0' '(� J\�i� \ \ B{� rQ.r}'�Q�+ Ir'"hY'r „i+`iiil i+i`i+, ' ,+1 rt,1i it+t`'Hll M!I +M IW m. - .n. on. - - m. - m. - �1P��� l,r�'.�,�O ORNAMEMALTNEES ur1�1,4,I�R4 �,,,11 (114 11 q, ltgl `Ill+l� + f[ +` (J n ' m. m.Jf-- ^^• - m. ` � .�L 4$1 S` ,. - .e - 'N -i(j I," •�f:: � 4 '+'u jnl ,1w, up' n+ �<-�.-�.- -�-",- -'" 5• yg �_ ,,,ttt(nl Betula nl SHILOH SPLASH E \:) a• - y - w - '" - RB gra'ShIIOSPIash' 1.5" BB 4 8' 25' �O i �.. °I� •'n` a,. -m. °^°- �-.e-"z-"v-.a-.s-"'- w ".-".-..-..-".-". `1$' lit tli(t1 �It`Illl rlr RIVER BIRCH �LL /\ \ ,:. ,,' u -"o -w -+n -"s .-",-"<-"<- rlil r+l,llrlil(ilI'!t' "� Il1t Amelanchier%BrdndlROrd AUTUMN / -"a-us-"9 U9-� -Ye- -.e-".-w-u.-• 1111 ,+ II;' +'Ill itt111,`411114"11111(l11111'111111j��1, 1111 '• / 1 ( !x+111 111111 \ en. 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At\ /k ,i CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY QUANTITIES SHOWN ON THE PLAN. As E SHGE TL311x1fj ,i1 i / - / �" q ✓/ \ x \ < +! 1 � \ 1111 I1 1111+ !]1 I! l 1`111 1,111 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Rewslons: �jCarlson u Suite 100 Iheport,sCertify ethat redbyplan, meor under PnntName: James A.Kalkes.RIA Drawn: MONTICELLO PROPERTIES L2 environmental glaine,MN55449 lorreportwaspreparedbymeorundermy I' I I HAVEN RIDGE I PRELIMINARY LANDSCAPE • I : engineering Phone: (763) 489-7900 direct superwslon and that I am a duly Signature: esgned: JAN 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 Of McCain surveying Fax: (763)489-7959 Lice nsedLandscape Architect under Monticello, Minnesota ww.cdrs.nmcrain.cOm the lamoftheStateofMinnesota Date: 4/5/19 License#:45071 Date: 4/5/19 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 NORTH / 8 sir Voes�76a1-7o6r'..-mondslln nrecertl--d,I- woV:- �LANDSCAPE LEGEND (All Sheets) - : I11 r1� 1, I BOTANICAL NAME COMMON 'AM' SIZE ROOT CII SHEET 201 ;T." Lau EICIEBUCIEST1111 GET Wo Quercus bicolor SWAMP " ' WHITE OAK 2.5BB 45 1550' HIL MASTER VG,1Ed Isla t,la,.Oth., SHADE 2.5" BB 70 10, so,0, r. inermis'Shademaster' HONE I—• — BL IOU EVARD x �';I 16 I LINDEN 2.5" BB 84 15' 60- T 11, arna,icana%-II > RETAINING WALL #2 HB 6 Celts occidentalis EACKBERRY 2.5" 88 155 15' 50 2 ---4, D,11,5 SIM 0 Acer S.Cch.rurn SUGAR MAPLE 2.5" BB 86 14' 50' MAPLE "I's 2.1" BB 11� So RM N.ITHHW AVERAGE %vWETLAND BUFFER CE U�:i 1.1im.s. C.I CATHEDRAL 2.1" EB 11 L4' 50- 20,jul 08,855 SF REQUIRED) ORNAMENTALTREES POND 100 RB SHILOH SPLASH 313 21- .2 RIVER BIRCH 1 �2 I I ; NWL = 949.0 d Z AUTUMN 1 10 DAY SNOWMELT 1.61 POND -100 SB Arnelanthie r,,.,x gra zs Lij YR H NWL = 949.0 Q- -D Autumn BC BRILLIANCERV 1.5" BB I V 21' Brilliance 100 10-DAY SNOWMELT = 951.6 k 100 YR B-B'HWZ 9 3.5 - 100'YR HWL = 951.2 SPRING SNOW lus x'Spring Snow' PP 15" BB 39 -B,F 55 M. T" B IWL 953.5 CRABAPPLE > Syringa ReticulataJAPANESE 1.5" BB TIL TREE LILAC — - — 1010-10 -L— 10-101010__10_10 40 EVERGREEN TREES --I —F BH SPRUCE I 132 i' �10 YR SNqWMELT 951.5 CANADIAN IQ HEMLOCK 6' BB 6 6. w. ILI 6 130 131 BLACK HILLS 1KEa glauc. var. D.ns.ta S' BB 31 G- CH TS..R cansidensis �o 100 YR VIV& 951.2 r - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1 133 '61 '-1 100 YR HWL 953.5, EASTERN � r I I I r— — — RC I.Tip-ous Virl;mIa ra EA DAR N RED S' EIB Ll 6' 30' 1 1 1 . --`1 / / - vv / / /I- . - - 1) / NETL"N 17 BF Alblas Bals—ea BALSAM FIR 5- BE S 61 wo / /�— M !UANTITIESSHOWN IN THE PLANTING SCHEDULE ARE FOR THE CONTRACTOR'S CONVENIENCE.WO(2) 17,214- "F ONTRACTORTO VERIFY QUANTITIES SHOWN ON THE PLAN. < 13 > SEED MIX LEGEND (FORALLSH ... F 'a, SVM. TYPE SEED MIX 148 0 1 NATIVE WET PRAIRIE M. SE- MIX \136 ILL WETLAND FRINGE YIN SEED MIX 33-261 (outowsa EI 181 COMMERCIAL TURF-SOD HIGHLAND SOD 1 0 MNDCT 260 MIN SEED MIX 2S-131 (OLD ANDOT2601& L . ALLAREAS DISTURBED BY CONSTRUCTION NOT INTENDED (USE EROSION CONTROL BLANKET 137 147 61- -7 SEE -TYTICAL s� ON THE GRADIN GR'� ENI STABILIZATION (USE EZS1��'CONTROLBLANKET OF PAD AREAS FOR SLOPES OVER 3:1)FOR SEED/SOID IN THE BOULEVARD — �\ 1 10 .;:' / ' / / \ •:.:\ 0 0 (NATURALCOLOR) 18 HARDWOOD MULCH 1 / / \ \ — i \-- — r I \ \ �•\ SHREDDED HARDWOOD MULCH 7 1/2" CRUSHED GRANITE CRUSHED QUARRY GRANITE •146 5 0 50 100 15oT 175 75 I MEMEL— SCALE 1" 50' V 179 139 174, 52 X0— 140 \44 -0\ 153 C14Z 143 WETLAND I I 10 DAY SNOW MELT = 954.7 100 YR HWL = 954.9 �72 100 YR B-B HWL 956.7 ISEE SHEET 22, wo I a 100 Ve NE, I hereby certify that this plan, specification Pnmt Name 3— A. K,IkEI ta Blaine, MIN 55449 or repo under My Signature: —gnad: 3AK 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 0 tiCarlson environmental 38 0 Pheasant Ridge ON Drawn ... Sul CIL a. prepared by me or un _ � Re MONTICELLO PROPERTIES HAVEN RIDGE PRELIMINARY LANDSCAPE L3 engineering Phone: (763) 489-7900 direct Supervision and that I am a duly Monticello, Minnesota f ,u in (763) 489-7959 Licensed Landscape Anchimact under NORTH YMcCain the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: 4/5/19 LiCense #: 45071 Date: 4/5/19 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 8 www.carlsonmc�in.com 1.6E'.. - —n— p- — LANDSCAPE LEGEND (AIL Sheets) WO 1 V Quercus bicolor SWAMP 25" BB . 0� WHITE OAK HL Gled Rsia biacanthos SHADEMASTER WETLAND FRINGE ar ne mis'Shademaster' HONEYLOCUST 6' W M EL 40' BOULEVARD �^�l Till, ameri-na'8oulevar1' LINDEN HB 6 Celtis occidentalis HACKBERRY SM Acer saccharum SUGAR MAPLE I SIZE I ROOT I QTY. R!a'I Rmti — 2.5" BB 45 15' SO' 2.5" BB 70 30' S0' 2.5" BB 2.5" BB 2.5" BB t 0 84 15' 60- 155 15' S0' o l 5` 86 14' 50' RM Acerrubrum'Nothwoods' NORTHHWOODS 25" BB 119 NATIVE WET PRAIRIE MN SEED MIX --371 awsR wal MAPLE WETLAND FRINGE Ncea glauca Var. Densata BLACK HILLS 6' BB M G' 40' CE �^�l Ulmus x'Cathedral' CATHEDRAL ELM 2.5" BB 75 SODDED, OR RETENTION BASINS FOR SLOPES OVER 3:1) MESIC GENERAL ROADSIDE MN SEED MIX 25-131 FOR GENERAL STABILIZATION ORNAMENTALTREES OF PAD AREAS FOR SLOPES OVER 3:1) RB ( Betula mgra'Shilo Splash' SHILOH SPLASH 1.5" BB 4 26 Vl`9cJl 40' c RIVER BIRCH '` 7suCana densis ga SB Amelanchierx grandiflora AUTUMN BRILLIANCE 1.5" BB 5 'Autumn Brilliance' SERVICEBERRY RC Juniperious Virginians SS 6' Malus x'Spring Snow' SPRING SNOW 15" BB 38 CRABAPPLE TL Syringa Reticulata JAPANESE 1.5" BB 40 BALSAM FIR 6' BB TREE LILAC 6' 40' LUANTITIES SHOWN IN THE PLANTING SCHEDULE ARE FOR THE CONTRACTOR'S CONVENIENCE ONTRACTOR TO VERIFY QUANTITIES SHOWN ON THE PLAN. -SEED EVERGREEN TREES SYM. TYPE SEED MIX NATIVE WET PRAIRIE MN SEED MIX --371 awsR wal BH WETLAND FRINGE Ncea glauca Var. Densata BLACK HILLS 6' BB M G' 40' MNDOT 260 ALL AREAS DISTURBED BY MN SEED MIX 2S-131 (OLD MNDorz601& SPRUCE CONSTRUCTION NOT INTENDED (USE EROSION CONTROL BLANKET SODDED, OR RETENTION BASINS FOR SLOPES OVER 3:1) MESIC GENERAL ROADSIDE MN SEED MIX 25-131 FOR GENERAL STABILIZATION (USE EROSION CONTROL BLANKET OF PAD AREAS FOR SLOPES OVER 3:1) CH �{ (NATURALCOLOR) CANADIAN HEMLOCK 6' BB 26 6' 40' c '` 7suCana densis ga to LL� EASTERN RED RC Juniperious Virginians CEDAR 6' Be Il 6' 30' BF�—"N� AIRES Balsamea BALSAM FIR 6' BB 5 6' 40' LUANTITIES SHOWN IN THE PLANTING SCHEDULE ARE FOR THE CONTRACTOR'S CONVENIENCE ONTRACTOR TO VERIFY QUANTITIES SHOWN ON THE PLAN. -SEED MIX LEGEND (FORALLSHEETS) SYM. TYPE SEED MIX NATIVE WET PRAIRIE MN SEED MIX --371 awsR wal WETLAND FRINGE MN SEED MIX 33-261 p—sa ud COMMERCIAL TURF - SOD HIGHLAND SOD MNDOT 260 ALL AREAS DISTURBED BY MN SEED MIX 2S-131 (OLD MNDorz601& /!!!/ CONSTRUCTION NOT INTENDED (USE EROSION CONTROL BLANKET SODDED, OR RETENTION BASINS FOR SLOPES OVER 3:1) MESIC GENERAL ROADSIDE MN SEED MIX 25-131 FOR GENERAL STABILIZATION (USE EROSION CONTROL BLANKET OF PAD AREAS FOR SLOPES OVER 3:1) HARDWOOD MULCH (NATURALCOLOR) SHREDDED HARDWOOD MULCH 1/2" CRUSHED GRANITE CRUSHED QUARRY GRANITE xL ISEE SHEET 211 +I� I \� WETLAND I 10 DAY SNOW MELT = 954.7 100 YR HWL = 954.9 I I 100 YR B—B HWL = 956.7 `t J , 1 \ ' 1 1 1 I 1 1 \ ` WETLAND t$9 \ \ 10 DAY SNOW MELT = 954.7 100 YR HWL = 954.9 SEE"TYPICAL STREET SECTION" 100 YR B—B HWL = 956.7 ON THE GRADING DETAILS PLAN -O FOR SEED/SOD IN THE BOULEVARD I 1 61 `\ so 50' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER 14 2 18, 336 SF (215,098 SF REQUIRED) 1 7 HWL = 'ISEE SHEETIo(_,,,� MONTICELLO PROPERTIES 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 HAVEN RIDGE Monticello, Minnesota PRELIMINARY LANDSCAPE NORTH L4 Of 8 NO 7%V MINE w no MEMO i MOm %\re i I— GRAVEL ------------------ — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — CONSTRUCTION T ------__ ENTRANCE _ —------------------ ----------------------------------- 7 _—_ ------------- ________—______________________—___________________-____—______________ CJ l _ ____-----_- ------ - ------- ----_- ----------------- 85T -______ ______ 85TLSN---------------------------------- H-STREET _______________________-- _-_-_-_--_- _—__TREET � ------------------------------------------ . \ '— —_. t - _ ____________ ___--____—_ •.•II•. r - :$ 1::;:•. . . ..............:::::::::: i:J:!;:;:;:•:•: •:•:•:!;:;:;:•: :•: :•: '• — 1•:................ .................... ......................... --- -- I � i•' � ♦:♦•.♦ -- ..... __ I i---- I �J�I 333 X. 1334 336 337 341 :a \ 327 3 1 332 1 335 li 338 39 340 342 I - f r -----I r----1 r----1 r----1 r-----li r----- ---- r----1 328 \ 329 330 1 I/rI1,7R LO(2) LO(2) -LO(2)RR RLO(2) 11I1 6 III� GI J I I I TL I I L -----J IL ------J a Imo, [•:•::•1 I - - - � r a" ,':'•''''' I I ` I I' < I« 3251 i; :•: � I I I I J \ .. ce � � 'r "� I I I I I I I 1 N I I 134 I O I I WO WO WO WO WO WO O O I n p >• I -_-_-J I I L --_-J I I L ----J 3 -4 I I 4291I IL -430 - II 433 344 L------�4'431� -434 35 �L v I i 426 —i — 37 J/ 11 / , / �/� � 1 I\ 1425 v v /., o r �/ 1 w -- - -- - 374 ,^ / w II: rr \ �:•:' I 22 1 .. J 375^\ L — --n — 1 POND soo 1424 376 'O I:�:�:•. - - �: I I I I NWL = 953 N.F}::}s° r- ----�- -- -� 10 DAY SNOWMELT = 955.4 'Z L- -- --- i 100 YR HWL = 954.3 47/ 3 pti 100 YR B -B HWL = 956.2 / / \\ �rLl \\369 O 321 I w { I I I 0 I /' 377,1 �..:..: I I I ON THE GRADING L I ':' :' ON THE GRADING DETAILS PLAN FOR SEED/SOD IN THE BOULEVARD I ! g;:•,:;:, �-------;- - �_� x. � •. -, I I ,/ \\\ �` \ 3 /' 348 rr O a:'•: I r n _-t--- 378 :f:•:•::% I 320 I N r , - -1 ' ,' i \ / .•. j \ \ \ , p , ,\ \ r j2 / I j L. of 4221 �p �O 367 -�• r- ---- -J 3 379,//�/i v V / v V / v • v / • �/ /i r I 1 i I I I I n I .. �-�- -�---� I T v // v ' v v ��1 v v �'' v ^vv v �0 • / v P I I •• I L _ - ' < O v0 366 , ' ,\ �\ 350 � .;, , I319 I <N.. L gM p 4211 - �I BOULEVAR5 D ' /'269 318 ; , .• •. . <Ni ,l �v r' / v / A / I �' � 353 ^ �.•.,;. G•..;.� - -- -- - 0 42 381/ , v , 01 I 3 I I � O •: i %' L .. 70 a 354 �O d•:•::�: O > \ \ a:•;>E;' 1317 I 362 i A<X J419271 e cedl to ttn' la r \ \ \ ✓ ' SEE SHEETL71„ � s �tJ0� 1" = 50' 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Rews,rs: L6 / �jCarlson D su—oo Inerebv y a this plan, Pnn[Name: ]amesA.Kalkes.RA Drawn: MONTICELLO PROPERTIES environmental Blaine, MN 55449 or reportwa.preparedbymeorunder my 1 I I HAVEN RIDGE PRELIMINARY LANDSCAPE • I :engineering Phone: (763) 489-7900 direct supervision and that I am a duly Signature: esigned: ]AK 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 of McCain Ney'ng Fax: (763)489-7959 Lice sed andscapeArchiec under Monticello, Minnesota ww.cdrsonmccain.cpm thelawsoftheStateofMin—ta Date: 4/5/19 License#:45071 Date: 4/5/19 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 SOUTH / 8 sir M-7141 c.cem —11- woV: ewy ����i � i �� ��► �) ��i/•• � �� �� • IIIIII'ii�' ill 0 �I �Il���i �� • � �irO\O•p � .�i ♦ p ' °� YPO 0 00 i i p VIII 0111 I NIM/pi��.,Bfs ,o • fie°' � ♦ ♦ `I���� �I ,_��= I v �'A6� ° ���• • D gds .. - cell Lvp E► ICS :4 •. �7/ � � � I / � iciQ� Q�Y■OppppQQQp�w1r- ��� li?s��':: � �I .. � �®y l � (\ • • . • . :. ,°�`�i.27i��j�'l0lyijSN�.\�.,`?iSD�ir�i /t,�7r��./!` \'�/p/��"�\0 , a ��---- '8.;': � 8i • �, moo; - � ® � z?° / � '/ �® e:6\ io rl�,�\r il� � - - _ � � y � !� A� � Dios / � ���r7 �O�-• � / �®®`'�?e00eo 1004 0 �� gill • �A0®®°®/ 0�°$�er1. $-,� �1,`� \`�l` '�®.m. 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I� •q� 'yFl� �i' '��e A '>i® � � �a'3 r:v- ., s� n - `��. �0 ow e IVA ! • . oe°` xis� • I�I���t .`` I II`IIIIIII --�� �� 1 !fit .���1,� , , . ` •.� ��, � r :-�--r' ,� " � � ��� --- y ----- e • � • - � • � � e®° � � �� /- r / IIS �� / ISEE SHEET L71 1'400 j POND 700 NWL = 953.0 7 10 DAY SNOWMELT = 955.3 137' 100 YR HWL = 954.1 vv 100 YR B—B HWL = 955.8 A 40� 7z tO(2) HL !407, 394 F S96 C'4 305 0 ------ ------------- 40� 7 J- J 0-- 398 04 40 399 -r%j-r 403 wo < 302 SEE "TYPICAL STREET SECTION" ON THE GRADING DETAILS PLAN FOR SEED/SOD IN THE BO 292 301 wo 295 294 293 INFILTRATION BASIN A[4� �, ".BOTTOM EL 952 .5 11 ,OUTLET EL 3 10 DAY S4 "1 296 ------ yp 100 YR HWL g 300 ", 297 298 L AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER 186,668 SF WETLAND (131,222 SF REQUIRED) DHW = 952.3 100 YR HWL = 953.8 0 50 100 150T SCALE 1" = 50' 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, suite loo Ilherebycertlythatthisplan,speclfiatlon Pn,tNa,,: Ja—A.K,I r.— R� D Re "n' MONTICELLO PROPER IES 11�,_1�76�) 9 959 M Licensed Lardstape Amhitect underk­4 TCarlson environmenta MN 55449 orreportas prepared by .e or under 1 Phone: direl supervision and that I a d. Y my '12— ]AK 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite erg,neenng n Signature: es,g-d: surveying -7 11 Brooklyn Park, MN 554 14 48 the lam ofthe State of Minnesota Date: .5119 License #:45071 45071 Date: 4/5/19 McCain rlsonnn—in.co wo I l i - i l i woif ^ li 395 87 A _j A 288 289 290 % ! If HAVEN RIDGE PRELIMINARY LANDSCAPE LS Monticello, MinnesotaSOUTH �/ of 8 HAVEN RIDGE MONTICELLO, MINNESOTA S.90 Pheasant Ridge Drive NE, Spite 100 hereby certify that this plan, specigcatlon Pnnt Name: 3 Drawn: KRO Rew—rs: (� Carlson • McCain s rVoes��oat-706MO16-mo-1. environmental Blaine, MN 55449 engineering Phone: (763) 489-7900 I 'surveying Fe. : (763) 489-7959 ww.carlsonmccaln.com procercie dr3e�en neennq�nnieie�grenm�prenm overaiiynasinga or report was prepared by me or under my direct superyisson and that I am a duly Licensed Professional Engineer under the laws of the State of Minnesota ;,an Signature: {�, Designed: B3K :7 Date. 6/10/19 License #: 25063 Date. 6/10/19 HAVEN RIDGE MONTICELLO, MINNESOTA g ________—_____—____. MONTICELLO PROPERTIES 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 HAVEN RIDGE Monticello, Minnesota VICINITY MAP NOT TO SCALE SUMMARY SINGLE FAMILY TOWNHOME TOTAL PHASE 28 LOTS — 28 LOTS PHASE II 53 LOTS — 53 LOTS PHASE III 22 LOTS 27 LOTS 49 LOTS PHASE IV 18 LOTS 48 LOTS 66 LOTS PHASE V 43 LOTS — 43 LOTS PHASE VI 37 LOTS — 37 LOTS PHASE VII 29 LOTS — 29 LOTS PHASE VIII 30 LOTS — 30 LOTS 260 LOTS 75 LOTS 335 LOTS NOTE: 1.) PHASING SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO MARKET CONDITIONS 2.) TEMPORARY CUL—DE—SACS SHALL BE INSTALLED AS REQUIRED AT PHASE LIMITS SHEET INDEX P1. PHASING EXHIBIT P2. PHASED GRADING EXHIBIT P3. PHASED UTILITY EXHIBIT � BENCHMARKS � z 1. Minnesota Department of Transportation 0 100 200 400 Geodetic GSID Station No 93813 (MnDot Name Golf) I ELEVATION = 974.529 (IN FEET) PHASING EXHIBIT P1 j f 3 J g ________—_____—____. MONTICELLO PROPERTIES 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 HAVEN RIDGE Monticello, Minnesota VICINITY MAP NOT TO SCALE SUMMARY SINGLE FAMILY TOWNHOME TOTAL PHASE 28 LOTS — 28 LOTS PHASE II 53 LOTS — 53 LOTS PHASE III 22 LOTS 27 LOTS 49 LOTS PHASE IV 18 LOTS 48 LOTS 66 LOTS PHASE V 43 LOTS — 43 LOTS PHASE VI 37 LOTS — 37 LOTS PHASE VII 29 LOTS — 29 LOTS PHASE VIII 30 LOTS — 30 LOTS 260 LOTS 75 LOTS 335 LOTS NOTE: 1.) PHASING SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO MARKET CONDITIONS 2.) TEMPORARY CUL—DE—SACS SHALL BE INSTALLED AS REQUIRED AT PHASE LIMITS SHEET INDEX P1. PHASING EXHIBIT P2. PHASED GRADING EXHIBIT P3. PHASED UTILITY EXHIBIT � BENCHMARKS � z 1. Minnesota Department of Transportation 0 100 200 400 Geodetic GSID Station No 93813 (MnDot Name Golf) I ELEVATION = 974.529 (IN FEET) PHASING EXHIBIT P1 j f 3 801 A—Mlffl IL & 1.5 Z9 U PS R g.1" IT I moi' ------------------- -- ------------ ------------------- --- ---- ----- -- ----- 1890 pheasant Ridge Drive tal Suite 100 1 hereby =fV that this plan, specification P -t Name: Brian J. Kry-flak, P.E. Drawn: Rev" ­ Carlson environmen Bill-, M(N 114,�4.Sg or report P'P"d by me or under my engineering phone: _,g.0 direct supervision and that I am a duly Signature: De,,gn,d:::: K surveying 'a.: '763) 489-,959 Licensed Professional Engineer under McCain ww._rls.nmcca In C.m the laws of the State of Minnesota Date. 6/10/19 License it: 25063 Date. — 6/10/19 46 r; - - — ---------- ----------- - - MONTICELLO PROPERTIES HAVEN RIDGE 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 Monticello, Minnesota Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 NOTES • POSSIBLE 3-5 GRADING PHASES. • EACH PHASE SHOULD BALANCE ON ITSELF. • PHASE 11 COULD BE GRADED NTH PHASE IA (AHEAD OF PHASE 113). BENCHMARKS 1. Nfi—a-t. Department of T,.r.p.,t.U.n 9 100 290 490 Ga.dafic GSID Stat— No 93813 (MrD.t Name Golf) I ELEVATION = 974.529 (IN FEET) P2 PHASED GRADING EXHIBIT f o �/ 3 3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive IN Revisions: (Carlson 'IIie1G0 herebycertlythatthlsplan,speclFlatlon PnntName: enanl�s%Drawn: KRO MONTICELLO PROPERTIES vlronmental Blaine, MN 55449 or report was prepared by me or under my HAVEN RIDGE • engineering direct supervision and that I am a duly signature: Designed: BJK 7308 As en Lane, Suite 1 14 McCain I • surveying g Phone: (763) 489-7900 p uevin9 Fax: (763)489-7959 thens softlhsStatl fMinnesota Monticello, Minnesota ve.._rls.nmccaln.c.m the laws of the5tateofMinnesota Date. 6/10/19 License #: 26063 Dake. 6/10/19 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 sirvee.voat-maovass-mora«no c,o«n�..1«a �am•�•.��m�meir�m«nm�P,•nm�n,=.a�riva•.a 9 PHASE I NOTES • ALL GRAVITY SEWER. •• CONNECTS AT FARMSTEAD AVENUE • WATERMAIN LOOP CONNECTIONS AT FARMSTEAD AVENUE & 87TH STREET • STUB/EXTEND 16" DIP WATERMAIN TO THE SOUTH TO LOOP TO PHASE II. • CAN POSSIBLY BE DIVIDED INTO 2 PHASES. PHASE II NOTES • TEMPORARY LIFT STATION WILL BE REQUIRED FOR PHASE II & III UTILITIES. • ALL SANITARY SEWER IN MULTIPLE AREA WILL FLOW TO TEMPORARY LIFT STATION • GRAVITY SEWER CONNECTION WILL BE MADE TO EISELE AVENUE AND EXTENDED TO THE TEMPORARY LIFT STATION • WATERMAIN WILL BE LOOPED FROM EISELE AVENUE CONNECTION TO 16" STUB EXTENSION FROM PHASE I ON SOUTH END OF FALLON. • 16" WATERMAIN WILL BE EXTENDED THROUGH THE SITE AND STUBBED OUT FOR FUTURE TRUNK WATERMAIN TO BE CONSTRUCTED WITH CITY PROJECT PHASE III NOTES • CAN BE DONE IN MULTIPLE PHASES. • MAJORITY OF SANITARY SEWER FLOWS TO TEMPORARY LIFT STATION • TRUNK SANITARY SEWER IS PROPOSED ALONG SOUTH END ADJACENT TO TRAIL (TRAIL SECTION SHALL BE DESIGNED TO HANDLE MAINTENANCE VEHICLES & ACCESS TO MANHOLES) • 16" WATERMAIN WILL BE EXTENDED THROUGH THE SITE AND STUBBED TO EDMONSON AVENUE • STORM SEWER WILL FLOW THROUGH THE WATER QUALITY PONDS/WETLANDS AND OUTLET TO THE WETLAND TO THE SOUTH. z BENCHMARKS 1. Minnesota Department of Transportation 0 100 200 400 Geodetic GSID Station No 93813 (MnDOt Name Golf) I ELEVATION = 974.529 (IN FEET) P3 PHASED UTILITY EXHIBIT j f 3 I I I I I I I ------I----------� ;ERS I — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — / RvJJu rLa / I I V 2.,Iu .1VV111VIY / I I I I I I I I I I / I ---- — 6�-- ------ 85� _ ------r� ----- - - -- ---- /ZZ1///�///i --------------------962----- --_ ----� \I - - --- L -------- ------------- --- �' T \' TOTAL ARE �F PARK LOT 1� 1, 85 �� ' • \ x±1.89 AC. M1// ---- / (AREA A E STORM PO\PD — I� 4 A �.04 AC. 342 I I. 11� �25 � 25 o I \ \ \ I \ STORM POND I \lk,\ \ V / 260 v V II J L/----- I \ \ I \ i PROPOSED ROW ±0.11 AC. I N =� I ITS ✓ 9e T ti PARK AREA SUMMARY EXISTING PARK AREA: ±5.00 AC. ADD: CITY TURN BACK ROW ±0.62 AC. NEW PARK OUTLOT ±1.89 AC. SUBTRACT: PROPOSED ROW I I I I - — — ,nN 1'tvl r 1 LRJ TE S vRC OSSIe. vJI, r�7v PARK - - EXISTING PARK AREA I I I ±5.00 AC. ?i EXISTING IROW TO BE Y 1 URNED BACK EXISTING ROW TO BE TURNED TO ADJACENT LANP OWNERS BACK TO CITY l r ±0.17 AC. ±0.62 AC. ---- — 6�-- ------ 85� _ ------r� ----- - - -- ---- /ZZ1///�///i --------------------962----- --_ ----� \I - - --- L -------- ------------- --- �' T \' TOTAL ARE �F PARK LOT 1� 1, 85 �� ' • \ x±1.89 AC. M1// ---- / (AREA A E STORM PO\PD — I� 4 A �.04 AC. 342 I I. 11� �25 � 25 o I \ \ \ I \ STORM POND I \lk,\ \ V / 260 v V II J L/----- I \ \ I \ i PROPOSED ROW ±0.11 AC. I N =� I ITS ✓ 9e T ti PARK AREA SUMMARY EXISTING PARK AREA: ±5.00 AC. ADD: CITY TURN BACK ROW ±0.62 AC. NEW PARK OUTLOT ±1.89 AC. SUBTRACT: PROPOSED ROW ±0.11 AC. NEW PARK AREA: X7.40 AC N 0 25 50 100 ( SCALE IN FEET ) m Ln z n = wm00 O•—mo Ur, m >_�ID y zInz^ Waj 0 X W O Oj LL N �o M W u) V' u Do H N �41) z Lu > o a7j-) 0 REVISIONS 2. 3. $ 4. 5. 6. s DRAWN BY: C* ISSUE DATE: 06/03/19 2 FILE NO: 7056 e 6 a E a i /of 1 s OWNER: & JUDY NELSON OWNER: 3-100-242201 DAVID R & JUDY NELSON I PID 213-100-242202 851H STRET — li� I I I I III I II I I I III _ � Iz IIw \\ OWNER I Z DOUGLAS G ARNOLD I I w \ PID 213-100-242203 OWNER: I I w =--SHANNON L EYE w PD 213-100-242300 rI 1 - LJ - 1I I I II I II �I Iz �vr ►- - I \\\ OWNER' / I I MEGAN A I W2 -KIMBALL PID 213-100--100-242302 r OWNER. I II i� BARBARA J O'BRIEN I PID 213-100-24240B I I 85TH STREET NE r ,-85TH STREET NE � J --— _= = = = c s — ----- ------ — — ------- ------ - - ----- i -- — —-------- --- 11 31�i �, I fel OWNER' SEAN i & Y L MOVIRY PID. 213-10IO 0-2431023102 OWNER: > JEROLD A UNTIEDT REV TRUST PID. 213-100-233100 _ I I OWNER: TM ^PIN F11I -2�34 o «INS r � JEROLD A OWNER: �(I' UN PEET REV TRUST / I \ l I PID. 213-100-234403 OWNER' / I MARKJ HOLKER PID. 213-100-243300 - - - - - - - - - - - - OWNER: MARK J HOLKER / -- I PID. 213-10o-2341 !2-. _ 00 t ­IL OWNER. lozs3a JANE C00-23IUSVPID 213-100-23440� I� Iw 3890 Pheasant Ridge Dnve NE, C� Car�SOn SUIte 100 1 hereby c as y that this plan, or under my Prm[ Name r� , • environmental Blaine, MN 55449 eport was prepared by me or under my I McCain I ' su9ineering Phone: (763) 489-7900 direct supervision and that [ am a duly signature Licensed -,and Surveyor under rveying Fax: (763) 489-7959 the laws of the State of Minnesota Date: www.arlsonmccaln.com �sa.e Dare olzory�Wxblj­- 170;6-m-1.11. P.P•roe 11se­ co -an rll.,..Il.g OWNER. JANE C CORNEL PID. 213-100-261101W 1 i DRAWN BY: C# I Revisions: ISSUE DATE: 06/21/19 License #: FILE NO: 1644 LEGEND - - PUBLICLY DEDICATED PARK TRAIL CORRIDOR - ±2.77 Ac. - PUBLICLY DEDICATED TRAIL ( LINEAL FEET OF TRAIL IS ±2,260 LF) MONTICELLO PROPERTIES I HAVEN RIDGE 7308 Aspen Lane, Suite 114 Brooklyn Park, MN, 55428 Monticello, Minnesota / TRAIL CORRIDOR EXHIBIT I/of 1 N 0 150 300 600 / TRAIL CORRIDOR EXHIBIT I/of 1 Recommended Outlot Ownership Exhibit > s, mcc.dni'"„`^"' na.. nis i' ma 2:27 ti,�w `mow HAVE[ RIDGE MC)NTICELL0, MINNESOTA •FL _11 L1 IEJ • ` NU NnCELLO PR4PERT[E§ F@P@'�^ lane, SVICC ua ash'^ RADS Mn 55a7@ VICINITY MAP T T -IE i. Outlots to be deeded to the City for stormwater purposes I 3EPJvHM{p.P.NS I I ] ]. �-s t. SHEET INDEX L�'rER [I44RALL RCKl1IlARY EASnNG C%rifJlnpl5 INCE% Ensnnc rxomals •-U -1' +: f -LAr IICEIi Er lJ"' _ ; +LA EU I _ •-ITE k Tui, L-. - I I 'E• - ELM'-DING k E I • T'.CL PLVIS - ET -IL T-7TEE E E' -MT R- L -L- L L• - E LlU 1 NRYEN RIOyE NWH—Jl,, Min—.,4 Cp�PR «� 38. {ED Trail Location and Park Dedication Credit Exhibit HPik VMI`I RIDGr_ MONTICELLO, MINNESOTA -.--E- �_,--�T - - — _ - . .. _ . .. _ . ._ . ... . l LiJ l_ir 1 4 v VICINITY MAP TT 'rte• _ F jIl -14 LL ''yam Construction cost park dedication credit Construction cost and land area park kb — a;�.'° dedication credit No credit—required road improvement 3ENCHIA P.P.K�: I - - — Notes: All trails constructed to a 10' bituminous section; wetland trails to be located in easement within SHEET TNIIEX outlots. Trails along collector roads to be located N Ej wLarar ow •1" • within right of way lhlllt. 1. Eosnr.. . IRMS INDEX a. weEuvl'._. L_T I. E: 1 ~ ' Internal residential streets will include 6' concrete �,a. "alNr._ L � •. ,ten v�aror._ � ITE sidewalks on one side of street, including town- xsTUT, L- . _ s.�x. EU -1 - - r. Ca116aforcioll dip _ - - _ i home area. Sidewalks are a required improve- E i T L L, . +; ment with no applicable credit. T -T rEEE L E E -n L- L -L- L• - E L= MOHTICELLO PROPERTIES / ��D �., Lane. _t � _ HAVEN RIDGE rMx� - �.rraa ay q••••. T e.+�,.= tl+w C COYFR /7RoWn .':w.....�.... "� s•n'°. Feu— ,...r� o.•:�sue— e�ca.h'n rax, MN $$6iB E�mNelb. Ml�.�.a-e / HAVEN RIDGE Lot Total: Total: Total: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Block 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Outlot Area (sq.ft) Area (acres) A 41,463 Lot Width at Buildable Area Buildable Area Proposed Area (sq.ft) Area (acres) Front Setback (sq. ft.) (acres) Zoning 28,966 0.66 91.5 12,316 0.28 R-1 17,139 0.39 80.6 7,273 0.17 R-1 14,400 0.33 80.0 6,000 0.14 R-1 14,400 0.33 80.0 6,000 0.14 R-1 14,400 0.33 80.0 6,000 0.14 R-1 14,400 0.33 80.0 6,000 0.14 R-1 14,400 0.33 80.0 6,000 0.14 R-1 14,400 0.33 80.0 6,000 0.14 R-1 14,400 0.33 80.0 6,000 0.14 R-1 14,400 0.33 80.0 6,000 0.14 R-1 14,400 0.33 80.0 6,000 0.14 R-1 14,400 0.33 80.0 6,000 0.14 R-1 14,400 0.33 80.0 6,000 0.14 R-1 16,661 0.38 88.2 8,025 0.18 R-1 221,166 5.08 93,614 2.15 25,294 0.58 90.0 11,400 0.26 R-1 22,314 0.51 82.5 9,773 0.22 R-1 19,711 0.45 82.0 7,121 0.16 R-1 19,332 0.44 82.0 9,375 0.22 R-1 23,701 0.54 82.0 13,340 0.31 R-1 18,060 0.41 145.3 7,784 0.18 R-1 15,769 0.36 80.0 11,456 0.26 R-1 20,176 0.46 80.0 11,155 0.26 R-1 21,104 0.48 80.0 12,161 0.28 R-1 19,346 0.44 80.0 10,843 0.25 R-1 17,588 0.40 80.0 9,524 0.22 R-1 15,814 0.36 81.4 8,192 0.19 R-1 14,315 0.33 100.7 6,993 0.16 R-1 14,390 0.33 140.9 6,945 0.16 R-1 266,914 6.13 136,062 3.12 13,875 0.32 92.5 5,625 0.13 R-1 12,375 0.28 82.5 5,625 0.13 R-1 12,375 0.28 82.5 5,625 0.13 R-1 12,623 0.29 80.3 5,771 0.13 R-1 14,694 0.34 84.8 7,050 0.16 R-1 19,051 0.44 83.2 10,243 0.24 R-1 23,474 0.54 83.3 15,120 0.35 R-1 21,484 0.49 83.2 10,935 0.25 R-1 14,790 0.34 82.9 7,246 0.17 R-1 14,696 0.34 96.4 7,229 0.17 R-1 14,195 0.33 94.0 6,864 0.16 R-1 12,563 0.29 94.7 5,617 0.13 R-1 12,237 0.28 103.1 5,356 0.12 R-1 12,368 0.28 99.5 5,479 0.13 R-1 13,527 0.31 106.4 5,416 0.12 R-1 15,962 0.37 116.0 8,106 0.19 R-1 12,948 0.30 83.0 5,965 0.14 R-1 13,420 0.31 80.4 6,372 0.15 R-1 14,559 0.33 80.0 7,284 0.17 R-1 21,858 0.50 80.0 8,991 0.21 R-1 303,074 6.96 145,919 3.35 14,850 0.34 90.0 5,100 0.12 R-1 20,411 0.47 81.7 8,147 0.19 R-1 16,028 0.37 80.2 7,258 0.17 R-1 15,857 0.36 80.0 5,304 0.12 R-1 14,920 0.34 79.3 6,696 0.15 R-1 17,237 0.40 96.6 7,273 0.17 R-1 19,993 0.46 158.4 10,509 0.24 R-1 13,254 0.30 83.4 4,068 0.09 R-1 12,307 0.28 80.7 4,579 0.11 R-1 12,465 0.29 80.1 5,590 0.13 R-1 11,238 0.26 80.1 4,480 0.10 R-1 11,977 0.27 80.9 4,415 0.10 R-1 12,209 0.28 80.4 5,275 0.12 R-1 12,012 0.28 82.3 5,167 0.12 R-1 11,846 0.27 82.3 5,014 0.12 R-1 11,827 0.27 90.0 4,284 0.10 R-1 15,392 0.35 99.4 7,939 0.18 R-1 11,598 0.27 75.0 4,132 0.09 R-1 13,876 0.32 75.0 5,419 0.12 R-1 13,828 0.32 75.0 4,694 0.11 R-1 13,958 0.32 75.0 6,559 0.15 R-1 12,639 0.29 75.0 4,570 0.10 R-1 13,359 0.31 80.2 5,629 0.13 R-1 15,193 0.35 80.1 7,235 0.17 R-1 11,600 0.27 80.0 5,100 0.12 R-1 11,600 0.27 80.0 5,100 0.12 R-1 Outlot Area (sq.ft) Area (acres) A 41,463 0.95 B 87,235 2.00 C 198,161 4.55 D 298,634 6.86 E 71,275 1.64 F 124,556 2.86 G 793,825 18.22 H 13,734 0.32 1 91,664 2.10 J 82,279 1.89 K 59,782 1.37 L 29,856 0.69 M 308,432 7.08 N 136,600 3.14 O 22,258 0.51 P 240,803 5.53 Q 98,275 2.26 R 1,027,870 23.60 Total: 3,726,702 85.55 27 4 11,725 0.27 80.0 5,173 0.12 R-1 28 4 12,752 0.29 80.2 5,768 0.13 R-1 29 4 13,123 0.30 80.1 6,066 0.14 R-1 30 4 13,116 0.30 80.1 6,061 0.14 R-1 31 4 12,415 0.29 80.3 5,710 0.13 R-1 32 4 12,428 0.29 92.6 5,736 0.13 R-1 33 4 12,962 0.30 117.0 5,850 0.13 R-1 Total: 449,995 10.33 189,900 4.36 1 5 2,930 0.07 - - R-3 2 5 2,439 0.06 - - R-3 3 5 2,930 0.07 - - R-3 Total: 8,299 0.19 - - - 1 6 2,812 0.06 - - R-3 2 6 2,432 0.06 - - R-3 3 6 2,432 0.06 - - R-3 4 6 2,812 0.06 - - R-3 Total: 10,488 0.24 - - - 1 7 2,811 0.06 - - R-3 2 7 2,431 0.06 - - R-3 3 7 2,811 0.06 - - R-3 Total: 8,053 0.18 - - - 1 8 2,958 0.07 - - R-3 2 8 2,598 0.06 - - R-3 3 8 2,874 0.07 - - R-3 Total: 8,430 0.19 - - - 1 9 2,812 0.06 - - R-3 2 9 2,432 0.06 - - R-3 3 9 2,816 0.06 - - R-3 4 9 2,945 0.07 - - R-3 5 9 2,615 0.06 - - R-3 6 9 3,119 0.07 - - R-3 7 9 3,150 0.07 - - R-3 8 9 2,809 0.06 - - R-3 9 9 3,161 0.07 - - R-3 10 9 3,012 0.07 - - R-3 11 9 2,482 0.06 - - R-3 12 9 2,878 0.07 - - R-3 Total: 34,231 0.79 - - - 1 10 2,878 0.07 - - R-3 2 10 2,455 0.06 - - R-3 3 10 2,878 0.07 - - R-3 Total: 8,211 0.19 - - - 1 11 2,878 0.07 - - R-3 2 11 2,455 0.06 - - R-3 3 11 2,878 0.07 - - R-3 Total: 8,211 0.19 - - - 1 12 2,905 0.07 - - R-3 2 12 2,442 0.06 - - R-3 3 12 2,443 0.06 - - R-3 4 12 2,905 0.07 - - R-3 Total: 10,695 0.25 - - - 1 13 2,812 0.06 - - R-3 2 13 2,432 0.06 - - R-3 3 13 2,432 0.06 - - R-3 4 13 2,820 0.06 - - R-3 Total: 10,496 0.24 - - - 1 14 2,812 0.06 - - R-3 2 14 2,432 0.06 - - R-3 3 14 2,812 0.06 - - R-3 Total: 8,056 0.18 - - - 1 15 2,812 0.06 - - R-3 2 15 2,432 0.06 - - R-3 3 15 2,812 0.06 - - R-3 Total: 8,056 0.18 - - - 1 16 2,853 0.07 - - R-3 2 16 2,504 0.06 - - R-3 3 16 2,852 0.07 - - R-3 Total: 8,209 0.19 - - - 1 17 2,812 0.06 - - R-3 2 17 2,432 0.06 - - R-3 3 17 2,812 0.06 - - R-3 Total: 8,056 0.18 - - - 1 18 2,812 0.06 - - R-3 2 18 2,432 0.06 - - R-3 3 18 2,432 0.06 - - R-3 4 18 2,812 0.06 - - R-3 Total: 10,488 0.24 - - - 1 19 2,812 0.06 - - R-3 2 19 2,432 0.06 - - R-3 3 19 2,812 0.06 - - R-3 Total: 8,056 0.18 - - - 1 20 3,042 0.07 - - R-3 2 20 2,459 0.06 - - R-3 3 20 2,812 0.06 - - R-3 Total: 8,313 0.19 - - - 1 21 2,812 0.06 - - R-3 2 21 2,432 0.06 - - R-3 3 21 2,812 0.06 - - R-3 Total: 8,056 0.18 - - - 1 22 2,811 0.06 - - R-3 2 22 2,432 0.06 - - R-3 3 22 2,432 0.06 - - R-3 4 22 2,812 0.06 - - R-3 Total: 10,487 0.24 - - - 1 23 2,811 0.06 - - R-3 2 23 2,432 0.06 - - R-3 3 23 2,432 0.06 - - R-3 4 23 2,812 0.06 - - R-3 Total: 10,487 0.24 - - - 1 24 2,842 0.07 - - R-3 2 24 2,599 0.06 - - R-3 3 24 3,291 0.08 - - R-3 Total: 8,732 0.20 - - - 1 25 14,692 0.34 90.0 4,949 0.11 R-1 2 25 14,064 0.32 80.8 4,568 0.10 R-1 3 25 17,247 0.40 80.0 5,693 0.13 R-1 4 25 27,843 0.64 80.0 12,693 0.29 R-1 5 25 18,623 0.43 80.0 6,505 0.15 R-1 6 25 16,555 0.38 128.1 6,740 0.15 R-1 7 25 14,911 0.34 80.1 7,295 0.17 R-1 8 25 15,752 0.36 80.1 6,447 0.15 R-1 9 25 13,415 0.31 80.1 4,934 0.11 R-1 10 25 13,016 0.30 80.1 4,675 0.11 R-1 11 25 12,960 0.30 80.1 5,545 0.13 R-1 Total: 179,078 4.11 - 70,044 1.61 1 26 12,679 0.29 80.1 5,802 0.13 R-1 2 26 12,679 0.29 80.1 5,802 0.13 R-1 3 26 12,679 0.29 80.1 5,802 0.13 R-1 4 26 12,679 0.29 80.1 5,802 0.13 R-1 5 26 12,132 0.28 82.7 5,473 0.13 R-1 6 26 12,603 0.29 85.5 5,835 0.13 R-1 7 26 12,738 0.29 90.4 5,903 0.14 R-1 8 26 12,461 0.29 90.1 5,701 0.13 R-1 9 26 12,458 0.29 90.1 5,698 0.13 R-1 10 26 11,806 0.27 89.3 5,148 0.12 R-1 11 26 13,653 0.31 107.7 6,220 0.14 R-1 Total: 138,567 3.18 63,186 1.45 1 27 15,903 0.37 120.9 6,960 0.16 R -A 2 27 16,388 0.38 128.2 8,229 0.19 R -A 3 27 16,013 0.37 125.0 7,988 0.18 R -A 4 27 15,000 0.34 100.0 7,200 0.17 R -A 5 27 15,000 0.34 100.0 7,200 0.17 R -A 6 27 15,000 0.34 100.0 7,169 0.16 R -A 7 27 17,504 0.40 113.3 7,833 0.18 R -A Total: 110,808 2.54 52,579 1.21 1 28 20,841 0.48 105.2 8,338 0.19 R -A 2 28 20,700 0.48 91.0 10,379 0.24 R -A 3 28 17,710 0.41 91.0 9,143 0.21 R -A 4 28 17,328 0.40 100.5 8,380 0.19 R -A 5 28 15,477 0.36 96.7 7,540 0.17 R -A 6 28 16,885 0.39 91.0 8,555 0.20 R -A 7 28 15,403 0.35 90.2 7,606 0.17 R -A 8 28 14,285 0.33 91.3 6,905 0.16 R -A 9 28 14,451 0.33 98.3 6,744 0.15 R -A 10 28 15,290 0.35 92.6 7,506 0.17 R -A 11 28 16,113 0.37 93.2 8,038 0.18 R -A 12 28 16,926 0.39 95.8 8,564 0.20 R -A 13 28 15,257 0.35 95.4 7,536 0.17 R -A 14 28 17,906 0.41 96.1 9,235 0.21 R -A 15 28 17,257 0.40 92.1 8,847 0.20 R -A 16 28 19,523 0.45 100.0 10,266 0.24 R -A 17 28 18,208 0.42 80.0 9,805 0.23 R-1 18 28 15,000 0.34 80.0 7,323 0.17 R-1 19 28 12,541 0.29 80.0 5,774 0.13 R-1 20 28 12,465 0.29 80.0 5,717 0.13 R-1 21 28 12,767 0.29 80.0 5,917 0.14 R-1 22 28 13,286 0.31 80.0 6,300 0.14 R-1 23 28 14,202 0.33 80.0 6,976 0.16 R-1 24 28 14,395 0.33 80.0 6,005 0.14 R-1 25 28 14,360 0.33 84.4 6,042 0.14 R-1 Total: Total: Total: Total: 26 27 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 28 28 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 14,266 0.33 83.5 5,954 0.14 R-1 15,939 0.37 92.9 5,861 0.13 R-1 428,781 9.84 - 205,256 4.71 15,753 0.36 90.0 5,702 0.13 R-1 14,005 0.32 80.0 5,703 0.13 R-1 14,006 0.32 80.0 5,705 0.13 R-1 14,008 0.32 80.0 5,706 0.13 R-1 14,010 0.32 80.0 5,708 0.13 R-1 14,012 0.32 80.0 5,709 0.13 R-1 14,014 0.32 80.0 5,710 0.13 R-1 14,016 0.32 80.0 5,712 0.13 R-1 14,017 0.32 80.0 5,713 0.13 R-1 14,223 0.33 80.0 5,829 0.13 R-1 15,856 0.36 80.0 6,955 0.16 R-1 15,849 0.36 80.0 6,297 0.14 R-1 26,561 0.61 75.1 11,690 0.27 R-1 17,475 0.40 76.0 6,398 0.15 R-1 14,589 0.33 80.0 5,883 0.14 R-1 13,701 0.31 80.0 5,382 0.12 R-1 12,825 0.29 80.0 4,808 0.11 R-1 12,800 0.29 80.0 4,800 0.11 R-1 12,800 0.29 80.0 4,800 0.11 R-1 14,400 0.33 90.0 4,800 0.11 R-1 298,920 6.86 - 119,010 2.73 14,400 0.33 90.0 4,800 0.11 R-1 12,800 0.29 80.0 4,800 0.11 R-1 12,800 0.29 80.0 4,800 0.11 R-1 12,800 0.29 80.0 4,800 0.11 R-1 12,800 0.29 80.0 4,800 0.11 R-1 12,801 0.29 80.0 4,800 0.11 R-1 12,801 0.29 80.0 4,800 0.11 R-1 12,801 0.29 80.0 4,800 0.11 R-1 14,495 0.33 90.0 4,838 0.11 R-1 118,498 2.72 43,238 0.99 13,936 0.32 99.6 5,679 0.13 R-1 11,709 0.27 82.9 5,240 0.12 R-1 11,709 0.27 82.9 5,240 0.12 R-1 11,709 0.27 82.9 5,240 0.12 R-1 11,709 0.27 82.9 5,240 0.12 R-1 11,709 0.27 82.9 5,240 0.12 R-1 11,749 0.27 82.9 5,271 0.12 R-1 12,179 0.28 85.0 5,511 0.13 R-1 12,081 0.28 80.3 5,433 0.12 R-1 12,105 0.28 81.0 5,440 0.12 R-1 11,990 0.28 80.2 5,388 0.12 R-1 12,853 0.30 80.2 5,910 0.14 R-1 12,918 0.30 80.2 5,956 0.14 R-1 12,860 0.30 80.2 5,926 0.14 R-1 12,849 0.29 80.2 5,920 0.14 R-1 14,804 0.34 90.3 6,148 0.14 R-1 20,314 0.47 136.7 9,393 0.22 R-1 12,193 0.28 85.8 5,519 0.13 R-1 12,205 0.28 85.8 5,528 0.13 R-1 12,150 0.28 85.8 5,484 0.13 R-1 12,116 0.28 84.7 5,465 0.13 R-1 12,070 0.28 80.0 5,452 0.13 R-1 12,217 0.28 80.0 5,519 0.13 R-1 12,234 0.28 80.0 5,496 0.13 R-1 11,995 0.28 80.0 5,371 0.12 R-1 13,051 0.30 80.2 6,000 0.14 R-1 13,034 0.30 80.1 6,011 0.14 R-1 12,882 0.30 80.1 5,917 0.14 R-1 13,201 0.30 80.2 6,108 0.14 R-1 14,881 0.34 90.3 6,213 0.14 R-1 383,412 8.80 172,258 3.95 13,139 0.30 90.0 5,121 0.12 R-1 12,772 0.29 80.3 5,771 0.13 R-1 14,359 0.33 80.6 6,847 0.16 R-1 13,968 0.32 80.4 6,613 0.15 R-1 13,844 0.32 80.8 6,370 0.15 R-1 12,706 0.29 80.6 5,564 0.13 R-1 14,130 0.32 80.6 6,693 0.15 R-1 12,583 0.29 80.1 5,749 0.13 R-1 12,718 0.29 80.0 5,848 0.13 R-1 12,718 0.29 80.0 5,848 0.13 R-1 12,578 0.29 80.0 5,746 0.13 R-1 12,578 0.29 80.0 5,746 0.13 R-1 12,718 0.29 80.0 5,848 0.13 R-1 12,199 0.28 80.1 5,532 0.13 R-1 12,100 0.28 80.5 5,449 0.13 R-1 16 32 12,914 0.30 96.5 6,014 0.14 R-1 17 32 14,052 0.32 128.0 6,433 0.15 R-1 18 32 13,811 0.32 102.6 5,678 0.13 R-1 19 32 12,000 0.28 80.0 5,400 0.12 R-1 20 32 12,000 0.28 80.0 5,400 0.12 R-1 21 32 12,000 0.28 80.0 5,400 0.12 R-1 22 32 12,000 0.28 80.0 5,400 0.12 R-1 23 32 12,000 0.28 80.0 5,400 0.12 R-1 24 32 12,000 0.28 80.0 5,400 0.12 R-1 25 32 12,000 0.28 80.0 5,400 0.12 R-1 26 32 12,192 0.28 85.1 5,515 0.13 R-1 27 32 12,407 0.28 104.5 5,623 0.13 R-1 28 32 12,686 0.29 104.5 6,029 0.14 R-1 29 32 12,701 0.29 93.6 6,033 0.14 R-1 30 32 12,626 0.29 80.0 5,835 0.13 R-1 31 32 12,000 0.28 80.0 5,400 0.12 R-1 32 32 12,000 0.28 80.0 5,400 0.12 R-1 33 32 12,000 0.28 80.0 5,400 0.12 R-1 34 32 12,000 0.28 80.0 5,400 0.12 R-1 35 32 11,600 0.27 80.0 5,086 0.12 R-1 36 32 11,200 0.26 80.0 4,800 0.11 R-1 37 32 11,200 0.26 80.0 4,800 0.11 R-1 38 32 11,642 0.27 80.0 5,115 0.12 R-1 39 32 10,932 0.25 72.4 4,769 0.11 R-1 Total: 487,073 11.18 - 219,875 5.05 1 33 11,327 0.26 72.4 5,002 0.11 R -A 2 33 12,434 0.29 80.0 5,667 0.13 R -A 3 33 12,467 0.29 80.0 5,681 0.13 R -A 4 33 12,156 0.28 80.0 5,515 0.13 R -A 5 33 12,249 0.28 83.5 5,572 0.13 R -A 6 33 12,245 0.28 83.5 5,569 0.13 R -A 7 33 12,245 0.28 83.5 5,569 0.13 R -A 8 33 12,110 0.28 80.4 5,479 0.13 R -A 9 33 13,002 0.30 101.0 6,048 0.14 R -A 10 33 12,874 0.30 110.1 5,992 0.14 R -A 11 33 16,601 0.38 130.0 8,455 0.19 R-1 12 33 16,188 0.37 107.0 8,110 0.19 R-1 13 33 17,159 0.39 112.7 8,916 0.20 R-1 14 33 17,088 0.39 103.5 8,774 0.20 R-1 15 33 16,417 0.38 100.0 8,308 0.19 R-1 16 33 16,332 0.37 105.9 8,172 0.19 R-1 17 33 17,023 0.39 115.8 8,735 0.20 R-1 18 33 15,998 0.37 101.3 7,992 0.18 R-1 19 33 17,826 0.41 124.9 9,402 0.22 R-1 20 33 19,773 0.45 141.5 9,678 0.22 R-1 21 33 17,472 0.40 111.1 9,718 0.22 R-1 22 33 19,303 0.44 100.0 10,158 0.23 R-1 23 33 18,714 0.43 100.0 9,721 0.22 R-1 24 33 18,714 0.43 100.0 9,721 0.22 R-1 25 33 18,484 0.42 100.0 9,642 0.22 R-1 Total: 386,201 8.87 - 191,596 4.40 Total Lot: 3,976,597 91.29 TotalOutlot: 3,726,702 85.55 Total ROW: 1,615,138 37.08 Total Site: 9,318,437 213.92 Total Site Measured: 9,318,437 213.92 Difference: 0 0.00 2 0 U C0 Z w m 0 0 a a co (0 Z U) J 0 a a LU Z Z 0 0 M LU rn T w D Z w a a Z w x 0 wsb/ June 27, 2019 Mr. Matt Leonard City Engineer/Public Works Director City of Monticello 505 Walnut Street, Suite 1 Monticello, MN 55362 Re: Haven Ridge Preliminary Plat Review City Project No. 2019-020 WSB Project No. R-011923-000 Dear Mr. Leonard: We have reviewed the preliminary plat and preliminary civil plans dated April 5, 2019 and submitted to the City on June 3, 2019, and have reviewed the stormwater management plan dated April 5, 2019 and submitted to the City on June 10, 2019, as prepared by Carlson McCain and offer the following comments: Preliminary Plat 1. Revise the typical drainage and utility easement detail for side yard easements to 6 feet wide and front/rear yard easements to 12 feet wide. 2. Provide vicinity or location maps on the street and utility sheets with reference/shading on the map for that sheet's plan view. 3. Label actual street names instead of Street A, B, etc. City to provide the street names. 4. Outlot A should be platted as 85th St NE ROW. Provide adequate ROW to square up the intersection with Fallon Ave at Lot 1, Block1. 5. Square ROW for intersecting streets (Street B/A, Street G/Eisele, Street I/H, etc). 6. Sheet 14: Label Outlot N. 7. Outlot B, C and F will not be City -owned. All other outlots shall be deeded to the City for stormwater management purposes. 8. Street E in the townhome area shall have the required 100 ft horizontal radius. Provide a revised plan for the units and driveway locations. Adequate space for snow storage locations. 9. City to provide details on sign posts to be installed in former conservation easements areas that the developer shall provide for the lots along the pond and wetlands. FACity Clerk\Agendas\Council Agendas\2019 Council Agendas\072219\Regular Agenda\4A Haven Ridge Prelim Plat\4A v - Ltr-m-leonard Haven Ridge 062719.docx Haven Ridge Preliminary Plat Review June 27, 2019 Page 2 10. Provide 50 feet of ROW for Edmonson Ave. 11. Remove Street J eyebrow. This is a maintenance concern with the tight radius and landscape island for public works and does not meet City design standards. 12. Trails can be located in the outlots and wetland buffer areas, however a separate trail easement document shall be recorded. All City owned outlots shall include drainage and utility easements encompassing them. 13. Streets to be vacated shall be shown as ROW on the preliminary plat to then be vacated with the final plat. Preliminary Site and Utilitv Plan General 14. Show drainage and utility easements and label outlots. 15. Label wetland management #s. 16. Note that existing power lines are to be buried along the new streets where impacted. 17. Provide a removals plan sheet. Note existing wells, septic systems, fences, etc. to be removed in accordance with applicable agency permits. Streets/Pathways 18. Dimension street face to face of curb width. 19. Pathway on east side of Fallon Ave should be a 10 -foot bituminous trail instead of 6 ft sidewalk. 20. Include 10 -foot bituminous trail within the platted right of way on south side of 851" St, east side of Edmonson Ave and west side of Eisele Ave south of the roundabout. 21. Include 4 ft bituminous shoulders on 85th St, Fallon Ave, Eisele Ave and Edmonson Ave where these streets front the development. 22. Provide a trail along north side of townhome area, along the roundabout and approach streets and a connection to Hunters Crossing park (see sketch). 23. Sidewalks shall have 6" of concrete instead of 4" and comply with the City's standard detail plates for the typical section. Roundabout 24. The diameter of the roundabout appears to be about 135' which is adequate. 25. The splitter islands will need to be extended to a minimum of about 100'. Haven Ridge Preliminary Plat Review June 27, 2019 Page 3 26. The crosswalks should be pulled back a minimum of 25' from the roundabout yield line. The south leg of 85th Street does not have the adequate setback. Crosswalks shall be shown on all legs of the roundabout. 27. More work will need to be done with the grading of the roundabout. The roundabout circulatory lanes should go up at 2% to the central island/truck apron. 28. We will need to see truck turns and fast path analysis on a future submittal. 29. Provide a more detailed landscape plan. City to provide input. Sanitary Sewer 30. Re -align sanitary sewer manholes to keep on street centerline and out of the wheel path. 31. Sanitary sewer manholes should be relocated outside of landscaped roundabout/medians and shifted further into street. 32. Are all 8" sewers designed at minimum grade (0.40%)? 33. A 36" trunk sanitary sewer should be identified along the new Fallon Ave between 85th St and the north leg of the proposed roundabout. All other segments upstream should be 27". to be constructed at the minimum slope of 0.067%. 34. Shift trunk sanitary sewer line out of Eisele Ave street. 35. Extend 8" along Street N and Street N2 for potential future connection. 36. Shift sanitary sewer closer to Eisele Ave and outside of Lots 10 and 11, Block 26 easements. 37. Show connection from the temporary lift station to the future trunk main and associated stubs. 38. Provide a blown up detail of the lift station site and outlot dimensions. Provide elevations/grades on the detail. The City will review this to determine what dimensions are needed for equipment access. Watermain 39. Align the 16" trunk watermain out of roundabout area and align through Street E/F in the townhome area. 40. Upsize the 8" watermain to a 12" trunk main along Street G in lieu of extending trunk watermain along Eisele Ave south of the roundabout. 41. For the watermain connection at Farmstead Ave, replace 12" tee with 12x8 cross. Haven Ridge Preliminary Plat Review June 27, 2019 Page 4 42. Add a gate valve just east of Fallon Ave on Street A to isolate watermain for future watermain extension on Fallon Ave. 43. Include a 12x8" cross at proposed 8" watermain crossing on Fallon Ave at Farmstead Ave and 871h St for future 12" watermain extension on Fallon Ave. 44. Gate valves located at intersections shall be in line with the right of way. 45. All hydrants shall be located at property lines with a maximum 500 -foot spacing. 46. All watermain bend degrees shall be noted on the plans and not exceed 45 degrees. 47. Consider adding another gate valve at approx. station 17+50 on Street A to there are gate valves on either side of the overhead power line corridor to isolate watermain if needed for construction and maintenance purposes. 48. Verify location of watermain connection on 87th Street. 49. Install 8" watermain on Street N2. 50. Hydrants from the 16" watermain shall be placed at high and low points for air relief and cleanout purposes. 51. Shift watermain closer to Eisele Ave and outside of Lots 10 and 11, Block 26 easements. 52. Label connection to existing watermain at Eisele and 85th St. 53. Shift trunk watermain out of Eisele Ave street. 54. The City will be revising its Design Manual to allow C-900 pipe for 8 inch diameter pipe and smaller. C-905 shall be used for 12" and 16" trunk watermains. Storm Sewer 55. Storm sewer mains shall be located within the street and not located in the boulevard at intersections. 56. Label pipe sizes. 57. Label outlots. 58. Provide 10- year storm sewer design. 59. Catch basin manholes are allowed to be deeper than 5 ft. The City will be revising the Design Manual addressing this item. 60. Consider having ponds designed to accommodate future road widening along Fallon Ave, 851h St, Edmonson, Eisele. 61. In order to clean(jet) and access the storm sewer lines, backyard catch basins shall be connected to a storm sewer that enters the catch basin at 90 degrees. Show all maintenance access routes. Haven Ridge Preliminary Plat Review June 27, 2019 Page 5 62. Eliminate FES's due to jetting capabilities and consider grading ditches to backyard catch basins. 63. Eliminate storm sewer extending along back yards (i.e. Street C, Block 3, plan sheets 19 and 23, etc.) and route storm sewer into the street or provide a maintenance access. Stormwater Management 64. The site design must incorporate rate control onsite to match existing rates. The applicant is proposing the use of a series of ponds to meet rate control. An overall rate reduction from the site is met. 65. The site uses a series of infiltration and filtration ponds to provide the requires water quality treatment and 1.1" volume retention from new impervious. Soil borings indicate much of the site has D type soils and not conductive to infiltration. The Clay soils (CL and SC) tend to go down to a depth of 10-15 feet. Filtration should be considered for all ponds onsite to maximize the use and effectiveness of the water quality features. 66. Soil classifications from the geotechnical investigation can be used for preliminary design purposes, however confirmation infiltration testing of the constructed systems will be required. 67. Provide rational method calculations confirming adequacy of the storm sewer design for the 10 -year storm event and connection to the existing storm sewer system. Calculations should adhere to the following guidelines: a. Minimum allowable velocity in closed conduit = 3.0 fps b. Maximum allowable velocity in closed conduit = 12.0 fps 68. 4 -foot deep sump manhole to be provided in the last structure prior to entering filtration device from street drainage. 69. Proposed drainage map labels should be updated for Filtration Basin 10 and 20. 70. It does not appear as though drainage areas for Filtration Basins 10 and 20 are accurate. Storm sewer is not routed to theses filtration ponds, therefore the only area entering the filtration ponds is the rear yard sheet flow drainage. The street drainage and front yards do not enter the filtration basins, but rather enters P100. Please revise and review pond treatment calculations also. 71. Infiltration basin 40 and 50 are both located in rear yards and have very little impervious routed to them. Consider routing street drainage or additional impervious to maximum infiltration capacity for treatment. 72. Provide more detail on the filtration basin detail on the draintile, cleanouts, operations and maintenance. HvdroCAD Model 73. An infiltration rate of 0.5 inches per hour has been used in the pond calculations, this rate is not consistent with the soils identified in the soils borings onsite. Haven Ridge Preliminary Plat Review June 27, 2019 Page 6 74. In the HydroCAD model the directly connected impervious should be model separated, not a weighted CN. 75. For Pond 100, the outlet control detail shows an elevation of 949.2, while the HydroCAd is 949.3 and the NWL of the pond is identified as 949. Please clarify what the pond outlet/NWL of this pond should be. 76. Pond 600 outlet on the grading plan indicates 0% slope, however the hydrocad model indicates a 0.26% slope. Please clarify. 77. Discharge from the site to the NW should be limited to what is identified in the city-wide hydrocad model. The city-wide hydrocad model indicates a 12 -inch orifice discharge from the site to the northwest which correlates to the following flows (Atlas 14) 2 -yr 1.73 cfs, 10 - yr 4.11 cfs, 100 -yr 6.92 cfs. Grading Plan 78. Label correct lots and block numbers consistent with the preliminary plat. 79. Label all Outlots. 80. Provide vicinity or location maps on the street and utility sheets with reference/shading on the map for that sheet's plan view. 81. Drainage swales shall be contained within drainage and utility easements along side yards between lots so that drainage is not draining directly to the adjacent home outside of the easements. Please review all lots to comply with this requirement and provide defined drainage swales within the easements. 82. A minimum vertical separation of 1.5 feet must be provided between the EOF and the low opening of a building. 83. All drainage swales should have a minimum 2% grade and noted as such on the plans. Lot 2, Block 1, lots between Street G and I, lots within Blocks 29 and 30 do not comply. 84. Label top of casting and inverts for all catch basins and storm sewer pipe sizes. 85. 2 ft between lowest opening and HWL is not achieved for lots in Blocks 32 and 26. 86. Verify that each lot has a minimum 30 -foot yard area at a maximum 8:1 slope. 87. Show all storm sewer maintenance access routes for structures outside of the street. 88. Provide elevation for each lot corner on the grading plan 89. Provide verification that retaining walls shown that are greater than 4- feet in height have been designed by a professional engineer. 90. Retaining walls are shown on private property (Lot 14, Block 1). Ownership and maintenance should be addressed. 91. Rear yard swale on the northern part of the site has a 0.5% grade. A minimum grade of 2% is required for drainage swales. Haven Ridge Preliminary Plat Review June 27, 2019 Page 7 92. Building opening must be 1.5 -feet above the EOF of local basin, the following do not meet this requirement: a. 204, 206, 207, 209, 266 93. Low floor elevation must be 2 -feet above the critical 100 -yr HWL for major basins the following lots do not meet this requirement: a. 119, 120, 121, 122, 123 94. The EOF for W-5 is shown on the proposed drainage area maps, however please show this on the grading plans as well. 95. Clarify the EOF for Pond 600, the low point in the trail appears to be the EOF, but is not labeled. 96. Regrade 85th Street street removal area to incorporate with park on either side. 97. Pond slopes should be a maximum 4:1 slope. Landscape Plans 98. Native seed mix types for the ponds, infiltration and filtration areas will be further reviewed by the City. Details 99. Use City standard detail plates. 100. Label the lowest opening in the building detail. 101. Include draintile in typical sections of local streets. Include tracer wire and cleanouts every 200 feet. Consider providing tee's at lots that would potentially have sump pump discharge connections. 102. Typical Sections: a. Dimension face to face of curb. b. Fallon Ave street section- 10 ft bit trail on east side not sidewalk. 44 ft face to face (future). Add 4 ft bituminous shoulder. C. 85th St- 44 ft face to face, 10 ft bit trail on south side. Add 4 ft bituminous shoulder. d. Edmonson Ave and Eisele Ave- add typical sections to include 4 ft bituminous shoulder. e. Mix design for trails: 3" TYPE SP 9.5 WEAR COURSE MIX (2,B) (SPWEA240B). f. Mix design for local streets: 1 '/2" Type SP 9.5 Wearing Course Mixture SPWEA340C and 2" Type SP 12.5 Non -Wearing Course Mixture SPNWB330C. g. The mix design for the roundabout and approach streets will be provided to the applicant. h. 100% crushed is typically not needed for aggregate base. See City general specifications. Haven Ridge Preliminary Plat Review June 27, 2019 Page 8 Wetland Buffers 103. The MnRAM classification for the wetlands were updated with the wetland replacement plan submitted to the SWCD. The wetland replacement plan management classifications should be used. The preliminary plat needs to be updated to show the correct management classifications and the correct buffer widths. 104. Under proposed conditions, five wetlands have lower water level than under existing conditions. This change in water elevation is a potential wetland impact and needs to be addressed in the wetland permit application. 105. All wetlands on the plans need to be labeled with the correct wetland Id. The minimum and maximum widths of each wetland buffer should be called out on the plan sheets in addition to the average width. 106. The proposed seed mix or other revegetation method of the wetland buffers needs to be shown for all wetland buffer areas. 107. Wetland buffers are required to be seeded with a native mix. Some locations are currently shown as seeded with MnDOT 25-131 which is not a native mix. 108. Sheet 25 is missing the wetland boundary east of Street A. 109. The wetland buffer around Wetland 5 shown on sheet 26 does not meet the 40' minimum required buffer width. 110. The wetland buffer around the public water wetland exceeds the 50' maximum buffer width. 111. The NWI GIS layer shows a wetland north of the power line corridor that is not identified in the wetland delineation report. It is understood that the wetland report governs. 112. If the area of the buffer has a preconstruction slope of 12 percent or greater, the buffer shall be at the applicable maximum width for the wetland classification. 113. The wetland buffer ordinance states that the city will obtain protective easements over or acquire fee title to wetlands as appropriate. 114. Prior to the City issuing a building permit, the developer needs to record a notice of the wetland buffer requirement against the title to the lot with the office of the Wright County Recorder or Registrar of Titles. 115. The use of a meandering buffer strip to maintain a natural appearance is encouraged but not required. 116. A permanent wetland buffer monument shall be installed and maintained at each lot line where it crosses a wetland buffer, and where needed to indicate the contour of the buffer, with a general location at every other lot. 117. Buffer vegetation performance standards will apply. Specific performance standards are available in the wetland district section of the zoning ordinance. Haven Ridge Preliminary Plat Review June 27, 2019 Page 9 118. During the first five years after initial planting, the developer shall submit an annual report documenting the progress for establishment of the buffer. Information about the content of the report are available in the wetland district section of the zoning ordinance. 119. The developer is required to replant any buffer vegetation that does not survive until the buffer is accepted by the City. 120. Water quality ponds may encroach in to required wetland buffer areas provided the amount of buffer encroached upon does not exceed 50 percent of the total area required for ponding. The amount of buffer encroached upon cannot exceed 50 percent of the total area required for buffering. Other Comments for Final Plat — Civil Plan Submittal 121. Provide plan and profile drawings for street/storm sewer and sanitary sewer/watermain. 122. Show driveway locations and grades. 123. Show utility services. 124. Provide a street lighting plan with final civil plans. 125. Mailbox locations will need to be coordinated with the post master and City street superintendent. 126. All flared -end section shall include grouted riprap and FES's. Sheet piling per city detail plate as applicable. 127. A note should be added to the plans that the City will not be responsible for any additional costs incurred that is associated with variations in the utility as -built elevations. These elevations shall be verified in the field prior to construction. 128. Provide a SWPPP. 129. A NPDES/SDS Construction Storm Water General Permit (CSWGP) shall be provided with the grading permit or with the building permit application for review, prior to construction commencing. 130. Plans should comply with the requirements in the Design Manual -Plan Requirements and City General Specifications. Please have the applicant provide a written response addressing the comments above. Please give me a call at 612-360-1304 if you have any questions or comments regarding this letter. Sincerely, WSB Haven Ridge Preliminary Plat Review June 27, 2019 Page 10 Shibani K. Bisson, PE Senior Project Manager JN'r Y OA � Z p m July 16, 2019 ' d?1 .4O Mathew Leonard 7856 Monticello City Engineer 505 Walnut Street, Suite 1 Monticello, MN 55362 Wright County Highway Department RE: Preliminary Plan Review — Haven Ridge 3600 Braddock Ave NE Plat No. 19.03 Buffalo, MN 55313 Ph: (763)682-7383 Dear Mr. Leonard, Fax: (763)682-7313 We have received the Preliminary Plans for the proposed Haven Ridge development along CR VIRGIL HAWKINS, P.E. 117. Highway Engineer 1) An Access Permit will be required for Street N. CHAD HAUSMANN, P.E. Assistant Highway Engr. 2) A northbound right turn lane and southbound left turn (or bypass) lane must be incorporated on CR 117 as part of this proposed development. Length and typical section STEVE MEYER Maintenance to be determined when additional information is provided to the County as part of the Superintendent access permitting process. The construction plans should include a typical section, cross sections, construction limits and a striping plan. JEREMY CARLSON, P.L.S. Right -of -Way Agent 3) Future development to the west accessing CR 117 at the same intersection as Street N SARA BUERMANN, P.E. would be required to convert a bypass lane to dedicated left turn lanes both north and Traffic Engineer southbound in addition to their required right turn lane. 4) Fifty-five (55) feet of right of way from centerline of CR 117 shall be dedicated as part of this plat. Wright County's Long -Range Transportation Plan recommends 140 ft. of right of way along this 2 -lane rural corridor. The typical roadway cross section includes a 10 -ft. trail. Highway staff concur that 110 ft. is sufficient for highway use. The City should determine additional needs to incorporate a trail. A trail will not be allowed within the County right of way if only 55 ft. of right of way is dedicated. 5) Any proposed work within the CR 117 right of way will require a Right of Way permit. 6) No increase to the peak runoff to the CR 117 right of way should result from this development project. Please provide a copy of the final drainage analysis. Please contact us at 763-682-7383 if you have any questions or need further clarification. Sinc ly, W�axK,,O Sara Buermann, PE Traffic Engineer Cc: Virgil Hawkins, County Highway Engineer Chad Hausmann, Assistant Steve Jobe, County Surveyor An Equal Opportunity Employer Haven Ridge Site Monticello, Wright County, Minnesota Wetland Delineation Report Prepared for Phoenix Development by Kjolhaug Environmental Services Company, Inc. (KES Project No. 2018-051) July 30, 2018 Haven Ridge Site Monticello, Wright County, Minnesota Wetland Delineation Report TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Page 1. WETLAND DELINEATION SUMMARY....................................................................................2 2. OVERVIEW...................................................................................................................................3 3. METHODS.....................................................................................................................................3 3.1 Wetland Delineation..................................................................................................................3 3.2 Aerial Review for Offsite Hydrology Determinations.................................................................4 4. RESULTS.......................................................................................................................................5 4.1 Review of NWI, Soils, Public Waters and NHD Information......................................................5 4.2 Wetland Determinations and Delineations..................................................................................7 4.3 Other Areas.............................................................................................................................12 4.4 Aerial Review for Offsite Hydrology Determinations...............................................................12 4.5 Request for Wetland Boundary and Jurisdictional Determination.............................................13 5. CERTIFICATION OF DELINEATION.....................................................................................14 TABLES Table 1. Wetlands delineated on the Haven Ridge Site Table 2. Aerial photograph interpretation codes .......... Table 3. Soil types mapped on the Haven Ridge Site.. Table 4. Offsite hydrology determinations .................. FIGURES 1. Site Location 2. Existing Conditions 3. National Wetlands Inventory 4. Soil Survey 5. DNR Public Waters Inventory 6. National Hydrography Dataset 7. Offsite Hydrology Assessment Areas APPENDICES A. Joint Application Form for Activities Affecting Water Resources in Minnesota B. Wetland Delineation Data Forms C. Precipitation Data D. Aerial Review for Offsite Hydrology Assessment E. Wetland Boundary Survey 1 .2 A .6 12 Haven Ridge Site Wetland Delineation Report Haven Ridge Site Monticello, Wright County, Minnesota Wetland Delineation Report 1. WETLAND DELINEATION SUMMARY • The 215 -acre Haven Ridge Site was inspected on May 23, 2018 for the presence and extent of wetland. • The National Wetlands Inventory (NWI) map showed nine wetlands within the property boundaries. • The soil survey showed Glencoe, Dorset-Almora, Forada and Isan-Isan as the main Hydric Soil types mapped on the property. • The DNR Public Waters Inventory showed one DNR Public Wetland (Unnamed 86-77 W) on the southern portion of the property corresponding to Wetland 8. • The National Hydrography Dataset showed three Lake/Ponds within the site boundaries. • Eleven wetlands delineated within the site boundaries are summarized below. Table 1. Wetlands delineated on the Haven Ridge Site Wetland Wetland Type ID Circular 39 Cowardin Eggers and Reed 1 Type 1 PEM1A Seasonally Flooded Basin 2 Type PEM1A Seasonally Flooded Basin 3 Type 1 PEM1A Seasonally Flooded Basin 4 Type 1 PEM1A Seasonally Flooded Basin 5 Type 2/3/5 PEM1B/PEM1 Fresh Wet Meadow, Shallow C/PABG Marsh, Open Water 6 Type 3 PEM1C Shallow Marsh 7 Type 2 PEM1B Fresh Wet Meadow 8 Type 2/3/5 PEM1B/PEM1 Fresh Wet Meadow, Shallow C/PABG Marsh, Open Water 9 Type 3 PEM1C Shallow Marsh 10 Type 2 PEM1B Fresh Wet Meadow 11 Type 3 PEM 1 C Shallow Marsh 2 Dominant Vegetation Reed canary grass, smartweed Annual ragweed, reed canary grass, common plantain Reed canary grass, smartweed Annual ragweed, smartweed Cattail, sedges, softstem bulrush, reed canary grass Cattail, reed canary grass Sedges, meadow foxtail, smartweed, spikerush Open water, cattail, reed canary grass, smartweed River bulrush, smartweed, horsetail Reed canary grass, softstem bulrush Reed canary grass, sedges, blue flag iris, sweet flag, water plantain Haven Ridge Site 2. OVERVIEW Wetland Delineation Report The 215 -acre Haven Ridge Site was inspected on May 23, 2018 for the presence and extent of wetland. The property was located in Section 23, 24 & 26, Township 121 North, Range 25 West, City of Monticello, Wright County, Minnesota. The site was situated south of I-94 and east of Minnesota Highway 25 (Figure 1). The property corresponded to Wright County PIDs: 213100261200,213100234101,213100234102,213100242200. The site consisted of farm fields and fenced cattle pastures, with a single-family home in the center of the site. The cropland had been tilled and planted at the time of the field visit with corn and soy. Portions of the fields were planted with a hay crop of meadow foxtail. Site topography was relatively flat, with the highest portions near the center of the site sloping downhill to the west and east. Surrounding land use consisted of agricultural and single-family housing developments. Eleven wetlands were delineated within the site boundaries. The delineated wetland boundaries and existing conditions are shown on Figure 2. Appendix A of this report includes a Joint Application Form for Activities Affecting Water Resources in Minnesota, which is submitted in request for: (1) a wetland boundary and type determination under the Minnesota Wetland Conservation Act (WCA), and (2) delineation concurrence and an Approved Jurisdictional Determination (AJD) Section 404 of the Federal Clean Water Act. 3. METHODS 3.1 Wetland Delineation Wetlands were identified using the Routine Determination method described in the Coms of Enizineers Wetlands Delineation Manual (Waterways Experiment Station, 1987) and the Reizional Supplement to the Coms of Enizineers Wetland Delineation Manual: Midwest Region (Version 2.0) as required under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act and the Minnesota Wetland Conservation Act. Wetland boundaries were identified as the upper -most extent of wetland that met criteria for hydric soils, hydrophytic vegetation, and wetland hydrology. Wetland -upland boundaries were marked with pin flags that were located by land surveyors from Carlson McCain. Soils, vegetation, and hydrology were documented at a representative location along the wetland - upland boundary. Plant species dominance was estimated based on the percent aerial or basal coverage visually estimated within a 30 -foot radius for trees and vines, a 15 -foot radius for the shrub layer, and a 5 -foot radius for the herbaceous layer within the community type sampled. Haven Ridge Site Wetland Delineation Report Soils were characterized to a minimum depth of 24 inches (unless otherwise noted) using a Munsell Soil Color Book and standard soil texturing methodology. Hydric soil indicators used are from Field Indicators of Hvdric Soils in the United States (USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (MRCS) in cooperation with the National Technical Committee for Hydric Soils, Version 7, 2010). Plants were identified using standard regional plant keys. Taxonomy and indicator status of plant species was taken from the 2015 National Wetland Plant List (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 2014. National Wetland Plant List, version 3.2, Engineer Research and Development Center, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, Hanover, NH). 3.2 Aerial Review for Offsite Hydrology Determinations Areas in agricultural cropland that exhibited potential wetland signatures on aerial photography and with low or depressional topography were reviewed generally following methods described in Usiniz Aerial Ima2ery to Assess Wetland Hvdrolo2v (Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources (BWSR) 2010) and Guidance for Submittal of Delineation Reports to the St. Paul District Coms of En,2ineers and Wetland Conservation Act Local Governmental Units in Minnesota, Version 2.0 (USACE 2015). These methods use aerial photography and antecedent precipitation conditions to identify areas that have wetland hydrology signatures during periods of typical precipitation. Available years of Farm Service Aizencv (FSA) aerial photography were reviewed for the site to determine long-term hydrology. In cases where additional aerial photography was relevant, available, and necessary to make hydrology determinations, we reviewed aerial photography from other sources such as the Minnesota Geosnatial Information Office (MnGEO) and Google Earth. Signatures at locations of potential wetlands on aerial photographs were interpreted and classified using seven codes (Table 2). Table 2. Aerial photograph interpretation codes Code Classification CS Crop stress DO Drowned out NC Not cropped SW Standing water WS Wetland signature AP Altered pattern NV Normal vegetation This analysis used only aerial photographs taken following periods of precipitation within the normal range as determined using the Wetland Delineation Precipitation Data Retrieval tool (Minnesota Climatology Office 2015). This tool classifies antecedent precipitation as Normal 4 Haven Ridge Site Wetland Delineation Report (N), Wet (W) or Dry (D) by comparing precipitation during the three months preceding the estimated date of aerial photography to the 30 -year average from 1981-2010. 4. RESULTS 4.1 Review of NWI, Soils, Public Waters, and NHD Information The National Wetlands Inventory (NWI) (Minnesota Geospatial Commons 2009-2014 and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) showed nine wetlands within the property boundaries (Figure 3). The Soil Survev (USDA NRCS 2015) showed Glencoe, Dorset-Almora, Forada and Isan-Isan as the main Hydric Soil types mapped on the property. Soil types are listed in Table 3 on the following page and a map showing soil types is included as Figure 4. Haven Ridge Site Wetland Delineation Report Table 3. Soil types mapped on the Haven Ridge Site Symbol Soil Name Acres % of % Hydric Category Area Hydric 1377B Dorest-Two Inlets 50.06 23.3 0 Non -Hydric Predominantly Non - 1362B Angus 20.42 9.5 5 Hydric Predominantly Non - 1975 Oylen 20.24 9.4 10 Hydric 114 Glencoe 14.55 6.8 100 Hydric 375 Forada 14.33 6.7 95 Predominantly Hydric 1379B Dorset-Almora 11.89 5.5 0 Hydric Predominantly Non - 406 Dorset 11.86 5.5 5 Hydric 1942 Forada 11.21 5.2 100 Hydric 261 Isan-Isan 10.88 5.1 95 Predominantly Hydric Predominantly Non - 1037 Eckvoll loamy fine 7.20 3.4 3 Hydric Predominantly Non - 1438B Braham 6.77 3.1 5 Hydric Predominantly Non - 106C2 Lester 6.34 2.9 2 Hydric W Water 5.54 2.6 0 Non -Hydric Predominantly Non - 1901B Angus -Le Sueur 5.13 2.4 10 Hydric Predominantly Non- D61A Hubbard-Verndale, 5.03 2.3 1 Hydric 1377C Dorest-Two Inlets 3.19 1.5 0 Hydric Predominantly Non - 260 Duelm 3.03 1.4 7 Hydric 1368 Southhaven 2.74 1.3 0 Non -Hydric 109 Cordova 1.74 0.8 90 Predominantly Hydric 106D2 Lester 1.54 0.7 0 Non -Hydric 441 Almora 0.87 0.4 0 Non -Hydric Klossner, Okoboji and 1080 Glencoe 0.75 0.3 100 Hydric Predominantly Non - 1388B Terril 0.05 0.02 8 Hydric The Minnesota DNR Public Waters Inventory (Minnesota Department of Natural Resources 2015) showed one DNR Public Wetland (Unnamed 86-77 W) on the southern portion of the property corresponding to Wetland 8 (Figure 5). The National Hvdroeranhv Dataset (U.S. Geological Survey 2015) showed three Lake/Ponds within the site boundaries (Figure 6). 6 Haven Ridge Site Wetland Delineation Report 4.2 Wetland Determinations and Delineations Potential wetlands were evaluated during field observations on May 23, 2018. Eleven wetlands were identified and delineated on the property (Figure 2). Corresponding data forms are included in Appendix B. The following descriptions of the wetlands and adjacent uplands reflects conditions observed at the time of the field visit. Herbaceous vegetation and crops were actively growing. Precipitation conditions were drier than the normal range based on available 30 -day rolling total precipitation and within the normal range based on three-month antecedent precipitation data (Appendix D). A wetland boundary survey prepared by Carlson McCain is included as Appendix E. Wetland 1 was a Type 1 (PEM1A) seasonally flooded basin wetland located in the central portion of the property. The center of the wetland was dominated by reed canary grass with a lesser amount of smartweed. No inundation or surface saturation were observed, but two secondary indicators of hydrology (FAC -Neutral Test and Geomorphic Position) were met. This wetland covered 0.2 acres within the property boundaries. Adjacent upland consisted of meadow dominated by brome, reed canary grass and weedy upland plant species. Primary and secondary hydrology indicators were not observed on the upland. The wetland boundary corresponded to a topographic rise and transition to an upland plant community. The wetland was not shown on the NWI map and was located in an area mapped as Forada Loam (Predominantly Hydric) on the soil survey. No inlets or outlets were observed within Wetland 1. Wetland 2 was a Type 1 (PEM 1A) seasonally flooded basin wetland located in the central portion of the property. The center of the wetland was dominated by reed canary grass with a lesser amount of smartweed. No inundation or surface saturation were observed, but two secondary indicators of hydrology (FAC -Neutral Test and Geomorphic Position) were met. This wetland covered 0.1 acres within the property boundaries. Adjacent upland consisted of heavily grazed meadow dominated by lamb's quarters, amaranth, red clover and ragweed. Primary and secondary hydrology indicators were not observed on the upland. The wetland boundary corresponded to topographic rise and a transition to a weedy upland plant community. This wetland was not shown on the NWI map and was located in an area mapped as Forada Loam (Predominantly Hydric) on the soil survey. No inlets or outlets were observed within Wetland 2. Wetland 3 was a Type 1 (PEM1A) seasonally flooded basin wetland located in the central portion of the property. The center of the wetland was dominated by reed canary grass with a lesser amount of smartweed. No inundation or surface saturation were observed, but two secondary indicators of hydrology (FAC -Neutral Test and Geomorphic Position) were met. This wetland covered 0.05 acres within the property boundaries. 7 Haven Ridge Site Wetland Delineation Report Adjacent upland consisted of heavily grazed meadow dominated by lamb's quarters, amaranth, red clover and ragweed. Primary and secondary hydrology indicators were not observed on the upland. The wetland boundary corresponded to a topographic rise and a transition to a weedy upland plant community. The wetland was not shown on the NWI map and was located in an area mapped as Forada Loam (Predominantly Hydric) on the soil survey. Wetland 3 extended offsite to the south, but appeared to lack an outlet. Wetland 4 was a Type 1 (PEM1A) seasonally flooded basin wetland located in the central portion of the property. The center of the wetland was dominated by smartweed and annual ragweed. No inundation or surface saturation were observed, but two secondary indicators of hydrology (FAC -Neutral Test and Geomorphic Position) were met. This wetland covered 0.03 acres within the property boundaries. Adjacent upland consisted of heavily grazed meadow dominated by lamb's quarters, amaranth, red clover and ragweed. Primary and secondary hydrology indicators were not observed on the upland. The wetland boundary corresponded to a topographic rise and a transition to an upland plant community. The wetland was not shown on the NWI map and was located in an area mapped as Forada Loam (Predominantly Hydric) on the soil survey. No inlets or outlets were observed within Wetland 4. Wetland 5 was a Type 2/3/5 (PEM I B/PEM I C/PABG) fresh wet meadow, shallow marsh and open water wetland located in the central portion of the property. The wet meadow portion of the wetland was dominated by sedges, softstem bulrush and smartweed with a lesser amount of blue - flag iris and sweet flag. The shallow marsh portion of the wetland was dominated by cattail, softstem bulrush and lake sedge. The open water portion of the wetland was dominated by sparse cover of duckweed. The center of Wetland 5 was inundated with approximately 3 to 4 feet of standing water. This wetland covered 14.2 acres within the property boundary. Adjacent upland consisted of meadow dominated by smooth brome, with a lesser amount of dandelion, Kentucky bluegrass, silvery cinquefoil and yarrow. Primary and secondary hydrology indicators were not observed on the upland. The wetland boundary corresponded to a topographic rise and a transition to an upland plant community. The wetland was shown as a PEM 1A/PABG/PEM1F wetland on the NWI map and was located in an area mapped as Glencoe Clay Loam (Hydric) on the soil survey. Wetland 5 extended offsite to the east. Wetland 6 was a Type 3 (PEM IQ seasonally flooded basin wetland located in the eastern portion of the property. The wetland was dominated by cattail with a fringe of reed canary grass. The wetland was inundated with approximately 6 inches of water in the center and saturated at Haven Ridge Site Wetland Delineation Report the surface along the wetland fringe and covered approximately 0.06 acres within the property boundaries. Adjacent upland consisted of meadow dominated by smooth brome with a lesser amount of dandelion and red clover. Primary and secondary hydrology indicators were not observed on the upland. The wetland boundary corresponded to a topographic rise and a transition to an upland plant community. The wetland was shown as a PEM1A wetland on the NWI map and was located in an area mapped as Glencoe Clay Loam (Hydric) on the soil survey. Wetland 6 extended offsite to the south. Wetland 7 was a Type 2 (PEM IB) fresh wet meadow wetland located in the southwestern portion of the property. The wetland was dominated by sedges, meadow foxtail, spikerush and smartweed. The center of Wetland 7 was inundated with 6 inches of water, and saturated at the surface along the wetland fringe. This wetland covered 1.7 acres within the property boundaries. Adjacent upland consisted of hay field dominated by Kentucky bluegrass with a lesser amount of reed canary grass, meadow foxtail, common yarrow, dandelion, cinquefoil and crown vetch. Primary and secondary hydrology indicators were not observed on the upland. The wetland boundary corresponded to a topographic rise and a transition to an upland plant community. The wetland was shown as a PEM1 C/PUBF wetland on the NWI map and was located in an area mapped as Forada Mucky Loam (Hydric) and Forada Loam (Predominantly Hydric) on the soil survey. No culverts or apparent drainage features were observed within Wetland 7. Wetland 7 corresponded to Area SS of the offsite hydrology review as shown in Section 4.4 of the report and on Figure 7. Wetland 8 was a Type 2/3/5 (PEM I B/PEM 1 C/PABG) wetland located in the southern portion of the property. The wetland was inundated with approximately 3-6 feet of water in the center, and saturated at the surface along the wetland fringe. Wetland 8 consisted of open water in the center, shallow marsh dominated by cattail and a fringe of wet meadow dominated by reed canary grass and smartweed. This wetland covered 19.8 acres within the property boundaries. Adjacent upland consisted of meadow dominated by smooth brome and Canada thistle with scattered aspen trees. Primary and secondary hydrology indicators were not observed on the upland. The wetland boundary corresponded to a topographic rise, as well as a transition to an upland plant community. The wetland was shown as a PEM1A/PEM1C/L2UBG/L2UBH NWI map and was located in an area mapped as Forada Mucky Loam (Hydric) and Isan-Isan (Predominantly Hydric) on the soil survey. Wetland 8 was part of a large wetland complex located south of the site. Wetland 9 was a Type 3 (PEM IC) shallow marsh wetland located in the northwestern portion of the property. The wetland was inundated with approximately 4 inches of standing water and 9 Haven Ridge Site Wetland Delineation Report vegetated with river bulrush, reed canary grass, horsetail and smartweed. This wetland covered 0.2 acres within the property boundaries. Adjacent upland consisted of a farm field dominated by healthy soybeans. Primary and secondary hydrology indicators were not observed on the upland. The wetland boundary corresponded to a topographic rise, as well as a transition to an upland plant community. This wetland was shown as a PEM IA wetland on the NWI map and was located in an area mapped as Klossner (Hydric) on the soil survey. No inlets or outlets were observed within Wetland 9. Wetland 9 corresponded to Area YY of the offsite hydrology review as shown in Section 4.4 of the report and on Figure 7. Wetland 10 was a Type 2 (PEM IB) fresh wet meadow wetland located in the eastern portion of the property. The wetland was inundated with approximately 6 inches of water in the center and saturated at the surface along the wetland fringe. Wetland 10 was dominated by reed canary grass and softstem bulrush and covered 0.4 acres within the property boundaries. Adjacent upland consisted of hay field dominated by meadow foxtail with a lesser amount of alfalfa. Primary and secondary hydrology indicators were not observed on the upland. The wetland boundary corresponded to a topographic rise, as well as a transition to an upland plant community. The wetland was shown as a PEM I Af wetland on the NWI map and was located in an area mapped as Glencoe Clay Loam (Hydric) on the soil survey. No inlets or outlets were observed within Wetland 10. Wetland 10 corresponded to Area WW of the offsite hydrology review as shown in Section 4.4 of the report and on Figure 7. Wetland 11 was a Type 3 (PEM IC) shallow marsh wetland located in the eastern portion of the property. The wetland was dominated by reed canary grass, sedges and water plantain with a lesser amount of blue flag iris and sweet flag. Wetland 11 was saturated at the surface in the center and dry along the wetland fringe. This wetland covered 0.7 acres within the property boundaries. Adjacent upland consisted of meadow dominated by smooth brome with a lesser amount of meadow foxtail. Primary and secondary hydrology indicators were not observed on the upland. The wetland boundary corresponded to a topographic rise as well as a transition to an upland plant community. The wetland was shown as a PEM IA wetland on the NWI map and was located in an area mapped as Glencoe Clay Loam (Hydric) on the soil survey. No inlets or outlets were observed within Wetland 11. Wetland 11 corresponded to Area TT of the offsite hydrology review as shown in Section 4.4 of the report and on Figure 7. 4.3 Other Areas Other areas were investigated because they were: (1) observed to support a hydrophytic plant community, (2) had visible wetland hydrology indicators, (3) were shown as wetland on the NWI 10 Haven Ridge Site Wetland Delineation Report map, or (4) were depressional and mapped as hydric soil. Field investigation led to the conclusion that these areas were not wetland. Sample Points A, B, C, D1 and D2 (Shown on Figure 2A and 213) were taken within the crop field on the western portion of the property. The sample area was dominated by healthy corn seedlings. The sample area did not show wetland signatures on aerial photographs assessed for that portion of the site. The sample area was not shown as wetland on the NWI map and was located in areas mapped as non -hydric soil (Dorset -Two Inlets Complex, Southhaven Loam and Dorset) on the soil survey. All sample points taken revealed a lack of the following: soils meeting a hydric soil indicator, indicators of wetland hydrology and a hydrophytic plant community. For these reasons, the sample area was determined to be non -wetland. Sample Point E (SP -E) was a topographically low, farmed area adjacent to Wetland 7. The sample area was dominated by healthy corn seedlings. Sample Point E was not shown as wetland on the NWI map and was located in an area mapped as Forada Loam (Predominantly Hydric) on the soil survey. The sample point taken within this area revealed a lack of the following: soils meeting a hydric soil indicator, indicators of wetland hydrology and a hydrophytic plant community. For these reasons, the sample area was determined to be non -wetland. Sample Point F (SP -F) was a farmed area that was being rotated with a hay crop for the 2018 growing season on the eastern portion of the property. The sample area showed potential wetland signatures (30% occurrence) on historic aerial photographs and corresponded to Area QQ of the offsite hydrology assessment (Figure 7, Appendix D). Based on the results of the assessment, a field review was required to determine whether the area was wetland. Sample Point F was shown not shown as a wetland on the NWI map and was located in an area mapped as Oylen Sandy Loam (Predominantly Non -Hydric) on the soil survey. The sample area was dominated by orchard grass, with a lesser amount of lamb's quarters. A soil boring showed hydric soils were present, but the sample area lacked primary and two secondary wetland hydrology signatures. Due to the lack of wetland hydrology and presence of an upland plant community KES determined Sample Point F to be non -wetland. Sample Point G (SP -G) was a hay field located on the eastern portion of the property. The sample area showed potential wetland signatures (30% occurrence) on historic aerial photographs and corresponded to Area ZZ of the offsite hydrology assessment (Figure 7 and Appendix D). Based on the results of the assessment, a field review was required to determine whether the area was wetland. Sample Point G was shown as a PUBF wetland on the NWI map and was located in an area mapped as Cordova Clay Loam (Predominantly Non -Hydric) on the soil survey. At the time of the field visit this area was dominated by a planted hay crop of meadow foxtail, interspersed with FACU weedy plants including red clover, silvery cinquefoil and dandelion. A soil boring showed hydric soils were present, but the sample area lacked primary and two secondary wetland hydrology indicators. Due to the presence of weedy FACU plant species and a lack of wetland hydrology KES determined Sample Point G to be non - wetland. 11 Haven Ridge Site Wetland Delineation Report 4.3 Aerial Review for Offsite Hydrology Determinations Available aerial photographs were assessed for years between 1991 and 2018. Years 1991-1998, 2000, 2003, 2008-2010, 2013, 2015, 2017 and 2018 were assessed for wet/normal/dry climatic conditions using the Wetland Delineation Precipitation Data Retrieval tool and an estimated photo date of July 1 for the FSA aerials. Ten years (1994, 1996, 1998, 2005, 2008, 2015, 2017 and 2018) were determined have precipitation in the normal range during the three months preceding the estimated photo dates. Areas showing at least one wetland signature during the selected years were included in the aerial review. The results are summarized in Table 4 and review areas are shown on Figure 7. Aerial photographs showing review areas and interpretations are included in Appendix D. Table 4. Offsite hydrology determinations No. of Photo No. of Normal Area Years w/ Normal Precipitation Years w/ Precipitation Wetland Signatures SS 10 10 XX 10 1 YY 10 10 QQ 10 3 ZZ 10 3 WW 10 10 TT 10 10 % of Normal Precipitation Years w/ Wetland Determination Wetland Signatures 100 Wetland (WL7) 10 Non -Wetland 100 Wetland (WL9) 30 Non -Wetland 30 Non -Wetland 100 Wetland (WL 10) 100 Wetland (WL 11) Area SS showed sufficient wetland hydrology signatures (100% occurrence) and corresponded to Wetland 7, as previously described in Section 4.2 of the report. Area XX failed to show sufficient wetland hydrology signatures (10% occurrence), which was confirmed by field inspection. This area was dominated by healthy corn seedlings at the time of the field visit. Area YY showed sufficient wetland hydrology signatures (100% occurrence) and corresponded to Wetland 9, as previously described in Section 4.2 of the report. Area QQ failed to show sufficient wetland hydrology signatures (30% occurrence), but warranted a field review. Area QQ was determined to be non -wetland based on a lack of wetland hydrology and the presence of an upland plant community. Area QQ corresponded to SP -F as previously described in Section 4.3 of the report. Area ZZ failed to show sufficient wetland hydrology signatures (30% occurrence), but warranted a field review. Area ZZ was determined to be non -wetland based on a lack of wetland hydrology and a prevalence of FACU weedy plants. Area ZZ corresponded to SP -G as previously described in Section 4.3 of the report. Area WW showed sufficient wetland hydrology signatures (100% occurrence) and corresponded to Wetland 10, as previously described in Section 4.2 of the report. 12 Haven Ridge Site Wetland Delineation Report Area TT showed sufficient wetland hydrology signatures (100% occurrence) and corresponded to Wetland 11, as previously described in Section 4.2 of the report. No other areas with hydrophytic vegetation or wetland hydrology were observed on the site. No other areas were shown as hydric soil on the soil survey or as wetland on the NWI map. 4.5 Request for Wetland Boundary and Jurisdictional Determination Appendix A of this report includes a Joint Application Form for Activities Affecting Water Resources in Minnesota, which is submitted in request for: (1) a wetland boundary and type determination under the Minnesota Wetland Conservation Act (WCA), and (2) delineation concurrence and an Approved Jurisdictional Determination (AJD) under Section 404 of the Federal Clean Water Act. 13 Haven Ridge Site Wetland Delineation Report 5. CERTIFICATION OF DELINEATION The procedures utilized in the described delineation are based on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 1987 Wetlands Delineation Manual as required under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act and the Minnesota Wetland Conservation Act. This wetland delineation and report were prepared in compliance with the regulatory standards in place at the time the work was performed. Site boundaries indicated on figures within this report are approximate and do not constitute an official survey product. Delineation completed by: Adam Cameron, Wetland Ecologist/GIS SDecialist MN Certified Wetland Delineator No. 1321 Andrew Krinke, Ecoloizist/GIS SDecialist MN Certified Wetland Delineator No. 1309 Kvle Uhler, Project Assistant Report prepared by: Adam Cameron, Wetland Ecologist/GIS SDecialist MN Certified Wetland Delineator No. 1321 Ile Report v reviewed b : Date: Jul 30 2018 p Y , Mark Kjolhaug, Professional Wetland Scientist No. 000845 14 Haven Ridge Site Wetland Delineation Report FIGURES 1. Site Location 2. Existing Conditions 3. National Wetlands Inventory 4. Soil Survey 5. DNR Protected Waters Inventory 6. National Hydrography Dataset 7. Offsite Hydrology Assessment Areas ^ X b\� MN ZS CR 75 ` CR 75 `YPa x MN 25 ter >_ St Chelsrd Rcaa ! . n l k S� CR --LJ. . e Ch��sP 4 x ° MN 25 e LR v 8° n,� e was« Sty N85th St NE , f e ° 0. 'CR 37; T'+wn[y Roar 37 Nortric Site Location © OpenStreetMap (and) contributors, CC -BY -SA Figure 1 - Site Location Map N 0 2,500 Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) MAI -6====I Feet Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated Kr u r/ r on this figure are approximate joL HVG F.NVJRONMF.NTA1, SF.RVI C ES COMPANY and do not constitute an �wR official survey product. -�Y Source: ESRI Streets Basemap I A Figure 2 - Existing Conditions (2017 FSA Photo) 1,000 Feet Haven Ridge (KES 2019-029) Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated on this figure are approximate and do not constitute an official survey product. Figure 3 - National Wetlands Inventory N 0 750 6======J Feet KjoLHAuGF.NVJRONMF.NTAl.SF.RVIC:F.S COMPANY ►rY Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons, USFWS Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated on this figure are approximate and do not constitute an official survey product. Figure 4 - Soil Survey N 0 750 6=====� Feet KjoLHAuGF.NVJRONMF.NTA1,SF.RVIC:F.S COMPAN-Y Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons, USDA, NRCS Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated on this figure are approximate and do not constitute an official survey product. Figure 5 - DNR Public Waters Inventory N 0 2,500 6====� Feet KjoLHAuGF.NVJRONMF.NTA1,SF.RVIC:F.S COMPANY Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons, MN DNR Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated on this figure are approximate and do not constitute an official survey product. Figure 6 - National Hydrography Dataset N 0 750 6=====� Feet KjoLHAuGF.NVJRONMF.NTA1,SF.RVIC:F.S COMPANY Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons, USGS Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated on this figure are approximate and do not constitute an official survey product. A a, j,-:4 �•�C fir. ��k•�r +w Area YY � x - Area�ZZ `. - k •k Y � 1K. R. Area QQ Area WWF ~' y ,. , •,'• � c r, l Area TT r It _ 'XA XA.y}■ i. , fis 4 ., r ■ :y.:, .s . '�,. _�k r t f �p7f�� III Aerial Review Performed QApprox Site Location 6 •+•I Figure 7 - Offsite Hydrology Assessment Areas (2013 FSA Photo) N 0 750 Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) 6======1 Feet Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated /� T u A T �/ r on this figure are approximate JnLHATCr FNVIRC]fti hTF.NTAI- SFRL'I[:F5 COMPANYand do not constitute an official survey product. -�►► Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons Haven Ridge Site Wetland Delineation Report APPENDIX A Joint Application Form for Activities Affecting Water Resources in Minnesota Joint Application Form for Activities Affecting Water Resources in Minnesota This joint application form is the accepted means for initiating review of proposals that may affect a water resource (wetland, tributary, lake, etc.) in the State of Minnesota under state and federal regulatory programs. Applicants for Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Public Waters permits MUST use the MPARS online permitting system for submitting applications to the DNR. Applicants can use the information entered into MPARS to substitute for completing parts of this joint application form (see the paragraph on MPARS at the end of the joint application form instructions for additional information). This form is only applicable to the water resource aspects of proposed projects under state and federal regulatory programs; other local applications and approvals may be required. Depending on the nature of the project and the location and type of water resources impacted, multiple authorizations may be required as different regulatory programs have different types of jurisdiction over different types of resources. Regulatory Review Structure FPriPral The St. Paul District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) is the federal agency that regulates discharges of dredged or fill material into waters of the United States (wetlands, tributaries, lakes, etc.) under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act (CWA) and regulates work in navigable waters under Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act. Applications are assigned to Corps project managers who are responsible for implementing the Corps regulatory program within a particular geographic area. State There are three state regulatory programs that regulate activities affecting water resources. The Wetland Conservation Act (WCA) regulates most activities affecting wetlands. It is administered by local government units (LGUs) which can be counties, townships, cities, watershed districts, watershed management organizations or state agencies (on state-owned land). The Minnesota DNR Division of Ecological and Water Resources issues permits for work in specially -designated public waters via the Public Waters Work Permit Program (DNR Public Waters Permits). The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) under Section 401 of the Clean Water Act certifies that discharges of dredged or fill material authorized by a federal permit or license comply with state water quality standards. One or more of these regulatory programs may be applicable to any one project. Required Information Prior to submitting an application, applicants are strongly encouraged to seek input from the Corps Project Manager and LGU staff to identify regulatory issues and required application materials for their proposed project. Project proponents can request a pre - application consultation with the Corps and LGU to discuss their proposed project by providing the information required in Sections 1 through 5 of this joint application form to facilitate a meaningful discussion about their project. Many LGUs provide a venue (such as regularly scheduled technical evaluation panel meetings) for potential applicants to discuss their projects with multiple agencies prior to submitting an application. Contact information is provided below. The following bullets outline the information generally required for several common types of determinations/authorizations. • For delineation approvals and/or jurisdictional determinations, submit Parts 1, 2 and 5, and Attachment A. • For activities involving CWA/WCA exemptions, WCA no -loss determinations, and activities not requiring mitigation, submit Parts 1 through 5, and Attachment B. • For activities requiring compensatory mitigation/replacement plan, submit Parts 1 thru 5, and Attachments C and D. • For local road authority activities that qualify for the state's local road wetland replacement program, submit Parts 1 through 5, and Attachments C, D (if applicable), and E to both the Corps and the LGU. Minnesota Interagency Water Resource Application Form February 2014 Page 1 of 5 Submission Instructions Send the completed joint application form and all required attachments to: U.S Army Corps of Engineers. Applications may be sent directly to the appropriate Corps Office. For a current listing of areas of responsibilities and contact information, visit the St. Paul District's website at: http://www.mvp.usace.armv.mil/Missions/Regulatorv.aspx and select "Minnesota" from the contact Information box. Alternatively, applications may be sent directly to the St. Paul District Headquarters and the Corps will forward them to the appropriate field office. Section 401 Water Quality Certification: Applicants do not need to submit the joint application form to the MPCA unless specifically requested. The MPCA will request a copy of the completed joint application form directly from an applicant when they determine an individual 401 water quality certification is required for a proposed project. Wetland Conservation Act Local Government Unit: Send to the appropriate Local Government Unit. If necessary, contact your county Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) office or visit the Board of Water and Soil Resources (BWSR) web site (www.bwsr.state.mn.us) to determine the appropriate LGU. DNR Public Waters Permitting: In 2014 the DNR will begin using the Minnesota DNR Permitting and Reporting System (MPARS) for submission of Public Waters permit applications (htti3s://webai3ps1l.dnr.state.mn.us/mpars/public/authentication/login). Applicants for Public Waters permits MUST use the MPARS online permitting system for submitting applications to the DNR. To avoid duplication and to streamline the application process among the various resource agencies, applicants can use the information entered into MPARS to substitute for completing parts of this joint application form. The MPARS print/save function will provide the applicant with a copy of the Public Waters permit application which, at a minimum, will satisfy Parts one and two of this joint application. For certain types of activities, the MPARS application may also provide all of the necessary information required under Parts three and four of the joint application. However, it is the responsibility of the Applicant to make sure that the joint application contains all of the required information, including identification of all aquatic resources impacted by the project (see Part four of the joint application). After confirming that the MPARS application contains all of the required information in Parts one and two the Applicant may attach a copy to the joint application and fill in any missing information in the remainder of the joint application. Minnesota Interagency Water Resource Application Form February 2014 Page 2 of 5 Project Name and/or Number: Haven Ridge PART ONE: Applicant Information If applicant is an entity (company, government entity, partnership, etc.), an authorized contact person must be identified Ifthe applicant is using an agent (consultant, lawyer, or other third party) and has authorized them 11 11 on their behalf, the agent's contact information must also be provided. Applicant/Landowner Name: Mo rC Jc. v+J��eQ q ✓��1 /�G') lei/% Mailing Address: /71 S L✓ boon /C �r�J ss vr/b Phz— 9Sz-687-9590 E -mall Address: Maz s.�.vl�i9(� 00MS-�,Ce Y"( Authorized Contact (do not complete if same as above): Mailing Address: phone: E -mall Address: Agent Name: Adam Cameron Mailing Address: 2500 Shadywood Road #130, Orono MN 55331 Phone: 952401-8757 Ext. #106 E-mail Address: Adam@kjolhaugenv.com PART TWO: Site Location Information County: Wright City/Township: Monticello Parte) ID and/or Address: 213100261200, 213100234101, 213100234102, 213100242200 Legal Description (Section, Township. Range): Section 23,24 & 26, Township 121 North, Range 2S West Lot/Long (decimal degrees): - Attath a map showing the location of the site in relation to local streets, roads, highways. Approximate size of site (acres) or if a linear project, length (feet): 215 If you know that your proposal will require an individual Permit from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, you must provide the names and addresses of all property owners adjacent to the project site. This information may be provided by attaching a list to your application or by using block 25 of the Application for Department of the Army permit which can be obtained at: htto //www mvo uaare arm, mil/PnrtaIS/57/docsl,ee.latory/Rekulatory Docs/en.f.,m 4445 gni 7nrt ndf PART THREE: General Project/Site Information If this application is related to a delineation approval, exemption determination, jurisdictional determination, or other correspondence submitted prW to this application then describe that here and provide the Corps of Engineers project number. Describe the project that is being proposed, the project purpose and need, and schedule for implementation and completion. The project description must fully describe the nature and scope of Me proposed activity Including a description of all project elements that effect aquatic resources (wetland, lake, tributary, etc.) and must also include plans and cross section or profile drawings showing the location, character, and dimensions of all proposed activities and aquatic resource impacts. Minnesota Interagency Water Resource Application Form February 2014 Page 3 of 5 Project Name and/or Number: Haven Ridge PART FOUR: Aquatic Resource Impact' Summary If your proposed project involves a direct W indirect Impact to an aquatic resource (wedand, lake, tributary, etc.) Identify each Impact in the table below. Include all anticipated Impacts, including those expected to be temporary. Attach an overhead view map, aerial photo, and/or drawing showing all of the aquatic resources in the project area and the locatlon(s) of the proposed impacts. Label each aquatic resource on the map with a reference number or letter and Ide nb ly the impacts in the following table. 41 impacts amtemparary; enter the duration of the impacts in days nxxl to the -F'. For example, a project with a temporary access fill that would be removed after 220 days would be entered 9(220)'. almpac6less than 0.01 acre should he reported In square feet. Impacts 0.01 acre or greater should he reported as acres and rounded to the nearest 0.01 acre. Tributary impacts mug be reported In linearfeet of impact and an area of impact by indicating first the linear feet of impact along thefbwOne of the stream followed by the area impact In parentheses). For example, a project that impacts 50 feet of a stream that is feet wide would be reported as SO It (300 square feet). 'This is generally only, applicable Ryou are applying for a the minims exemption under MN Rules 8420.0420 Salop. B, otherwise enter'N/K. 41 Wetland Plants and Plant Community Types of Minnesota and Wisconsin 3' Ed. as modified in MN Ru les 8420.0405 Subp. 2. all to Major Watershed and Bank Servke Area maps In MN Rules 8420.0522 Subp 7. R any of the above identified impacts have already oca Fred, identify which Impacts they are and the circumstances associated with each: PART FIVE: Applicant Signature ❑ Check here if you are requesting a pre -application consultation with the Corps and LGU based on the information you have provided. Regulatory entities will notinitiate a formal application review if this box is checked. By signature below, I attest that the Information in this application is complete and accurate. 1 further attest that I possess the authority to undertake the work described herein. 7-24-19 o Signature: / agi Date: / - 2 6 1p 1 hereby, authorize to aft on my behalf as my agent in the processing of this application and to furnish, upon request, supplemental information In support of this application. ' The term Nmpact' as used In this joint application form is a generlc term used for disclosure purposes to Identify activities that may require approval from one or more regulatory agencies. For purposes of this form it is not meant to Indicate whether or not those activities may require mitigation/replacement. Minnesota interagency Water Resource Application Form February 2014 Page 4 of 5 Type of Impact Duration of Existln{ plans Aquatlt Overall Size of AquMk Resource (fill, excavate, Impact 10 (as noted on Resource Type dram, or Permanent (P) Size of Impact' (wetland, lake, Impact Area' overhead view) IriWtary inc.) remove or Temporary vegmation) (T)` 41 impacts amtemparary; enter the duration of the impacts in days nxxl to the -F'. For example, a project with a temporary access fill that would be removed after 220 days would be entered 9(220)'. almpac6less than 0.01 acre should he reported In square feet. Impacts 0.01 acre or greater should he reported as acres and rounded to the nearest 0.01 acre. Tributary impacts mug be reported In linearfeet of impact and an area of impact by indicating first the linear feet of impact along thefbwOne of the stream followed by the area impact In parentheses). For example, a project that impacts 50 feet of a stream that is feet wide would be reported as SO It (300 square feet). 'This is generally only, applicable Ryou are applying for a the minims exemption under MN Rules 8420.0420 Salop. B, otherwise enter'N/K. 41 Wetland Plants and Plant Community Types of Minnesota and Wisconsin 3' Ed. as modified in MN Ru les 8420.0405 Subp. 2. all to Major Watershed and Bank Servke Area maps In MN Rules 8420.0522 Subp 7. R any of the above identified impacts have already oca Fred, identify which Impacts they are and the circumstances associated with each: PART FIVE: Applicant Signature ❑ Check here if you are requesting a pre -application consultation with the Corps and LGU based on the information you have provided. Regulatory entities will notinitiate a formal application review if this box is checked. By signature below, I attest that the Information in this application is complete and accurate. 1 further attest that I possess the authority to undertake the work described herein. 7-24-19 o Signature: / agi Date: / - 2 6 1p 1 hereby, authorize to aft on my behalf as my agent in the processing of this application and to furnish, upon request, supplemental information In support of this application. ' The term Nmpact' as used In this joint application form is a generlc term used for disclosure purposes to Identify activities that may require approval from one or more regulatory agencies. For purposes of this form it is not meant to Indicate whether or not those activities may require mitigation/replacement. Minnesota interagency Water Resource Application Form February 2014 Page 4 of 5 County, Major Existln{ plans Overall Size of Watershed N, Communie/ Aquatic Type(s) in and Hank Resour<e a Seryl. Area N Impact Area' I I I of Impact Area I I 41 impacts amtemparary; enter the duration of the impacts in days nxxl to the -F'. For example, a project with a temporary access fill that would be removed after 220 days would be entered 9(220)'. almpac6less than 0.01 acre should he reported In square feet. Impacts 0.01 acre or greater should he reported as acres and rounded to the nearest 0.01 acre. Tributary impacts mug be reported In linearfeet of impact and an area of impact by indicating first the linear feet of impact along thefbwOne of the stream followed by the area impact In parentheses). For example, a project that impacts 50 feet of a stream that is feet wide would be reported as SO It (300 square feet). 'This is generally only, applicable Ryou are applying for a the minims exemption under MN Rules 8420.0420 Salop. B, otherwise enter'N/K. 41 Wetland Plants and Plant Community Types of Minnesota and Wisconsin 3' Ed. as modified in MN Ru les 8420.0405 Subp. 2. all to Major Watershed and Bank Servke Area maps In MN Rules 8420.0522 Subp 7. R any of the above identified impacts have already oca Fred, identify which Impacts they are and the circumstances associated with each: PART FIVE: Applicant Signature ❑ Check here if you are requesting a pre -application consultation with the Corps and LGU based on the information you have provided. Regulatory entities will notinitiate a formal application review if this box is checked. By signature below, I attest that the Information in this application is complete and accurate. 1 further attest that I possess the authority to undertake the work described herein. 7-24-19 o Signature: / agi Date: / - 2 6 1p 1 hereby, authorize to aft on my behalf as my agent in the processing of this application and to furnish, upon request, supplemental information In support of this application. ' The term Nmpact' as used In this joint application form is a generlc term used for disclosure purposes to Identify activities that may require approval from one or more regulatory agencies. For purposes of this form it is not meant to Indicate whether or not those activities may require mitigation/replacement. Minnesota interagency Water Resource Application Form February 2014 Page 4 of 5 Project Name and/or Number: Haven Ridge Attachment A Request for Delineation Review, Wetland Type Determination, or Jurisdictional Determination By submission of the enclosed wetland delineation report, I am requesting that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District (Corps) and/or the Wetland Conservation Act Local Government Unit (LGU) provide me with the following (check all that apply): ® Wetland Type Confirmation ® Delineation Concurrence. Concurrence with a delineation is a written notification from the Corps and a decision from the LGU concurring, not concurring, or commenting on the boundaries of the aquatic resources delineated on the property. Delineation concurrences are generally valid for five years unless site conditions change. Under this request alone, the Corps will not address the jurisdictional status of the aquatic resources on the property, only the boundaries of the resources within the review area (including wetlands, tributaries, lakes, etc.). ❑ Preliminary Jurisdictional Determination. A preliminary jurisdictional determination (PJD) is a non-binding written indication from the Corps that waters, including wetlands, identified on a parcel may be waters of the United States. For purposes of computation of impacts and compensatory mitigation requirements, a permit decision made on the basis of a PJD will treat all waters and wetlands in the review area as if they are jurisdictional waters of the U.S. PJDs are advisory in nature and may not be appealed. ❑ Approved Jurisdictional Determination. An approved jurisdictional determination (AJD) is an official Corps determination that jurisdictional waters of the United States are either present or absent on the property. AJDs can generally be relied upon by the affected party for five years. An AJD may be appealed through the Corps administrative appeal process. In order for the Corps and LGU to process your request, the wetland delineation must be prepared in accordance with the 1987 Corps of Engineers Wetland Delineation Manual, any approved Regional Supplements to the 1987 Manual, and the Guidelines for Submitting Wetland Delineations in Minnesota (2013). htti3://www.mvr).usace.armv.mil/Missions/Regulatory/DelineationJDGuidance.asox Minnesota Interagency Water Resource Application Form February 2014 Page 5 of 5 Haven Ridge Site Wetland Delineation Report APPENDIX B Wetland Delineation Data Forms WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP1 -1U Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S23, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Slope Local relief (concave, convex, none): Convex Slope (%): 2 to 4 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Forada loam VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? Y (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? Yes SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? Y Hydric soil present? N Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N f yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 - day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 Ulmus americana 40 Y FACW that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 4 (A) 2 Quercus macrocarpa 10 Y FAC Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 6 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 66.67% (A/B) 50 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Rhamnus cathartica 20 Y FAC Total % Cover of: 2 Zanthoxylum americanum 10 Y FACU OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 40 x 2 = 80 4 FAC species 60 x 3 = 180 5 FACU species 60 x 4 = 240 30 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5 = 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 160 (A) 500 (B) 1 Poa pratensis 30 Y FAC Prevalence Index = B/A = 3.13 2 Ambrosia artemisiifolia 30 Y FACU 3 Taraxacum officinale 10 N FACU Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Chenopodium album 10 N FACU _ Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 X Dominance test is >50% 6 Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 _ Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 80 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) _ 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? Y Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP1 -1U Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Histisol (Al) Redox Features Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-14 10YR2/1 100 Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Loam 14-18 10YR2/1 80 10YR4/1 10 D M Loam Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Redox Dark Surface (F6) (C6) 10YR4/6 10 C M 18-30 10YR4/1 80 10YR4/6 10 C M Sandy loam *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Surface Water (Al) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Histisol (Al) Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Histic Epipedon (A2) Sandy Redox (S5) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Black Histic (A3) Stripped Matrix (S6) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Stratified Layers (A5) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Other (explain in remarks) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Matrix (F3) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Redox Dark Surface (F6) (C6) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand _ Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) _ Redox Depressions (F8) hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Water -Stained Leaves (69) problematic Restrictive Layer (if observed): Field Observations: Type: Surface water present? Yes Hydric soil present? N Depth (inches) Remarks: HYDROLOGY Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Surface Water (Al) Aquatic Fauna (613) Surface Soil Cracks (136) High Water Table (A2) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Drainage Patterns (1310) Saturation (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Water Marks (61) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots Crayfish Burrows (C8) Sediment Deposits (62) (C3) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Drift Deposits (133) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils Geomorphic Position (D2) Iron Deposits (135) (C6) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Other (Explain in Remarks) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Water table present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Indicators of wetland Saturation present? Yes No X Depth (inches): hydrology present? N (includes capillary fringe) Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP1 -1W Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S23, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 0 to2 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Forada loam VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? Y (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? Yes SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? Y Hydric soil present? Y Is the sampled area within a wetland? Y Indicators of wetland hydrology present? Y f yes, optional wetland site ID: Wetland 1 Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 - day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 1 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 1 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 100.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 80 x 2 = 160 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 0 x 4= 0 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 80 (A) 160 (B) 1 Phalaris arundinacea 80 Y FACW Prevalence Index = B/A = 2.00 2 3 Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 _ X Dominance test is >50% 6 X Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 80 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? Y Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP1 -1W Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-7 10YR2/1 100 CL 7-15 10YR5/1 90 10YR4/6 10 C M CL 15-24 10YR5/1 90 10YR4/6 10 C M Sand *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Surface Water (Al) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Histisol (Al) Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Histic Epipedon (A2) Sandy Redox (S5) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Black Histic (A3) Stripped Matrix (S6) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Stratified Layers (A5) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Other (explain in remarks) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Matrix (F3) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils X Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Redox Dark Surface (F6) (C6) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand _ Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) _ Redox Depressions (F8) hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) )Z—Water-Stained Leaves (69) problematic Restrictive Layer (if observed): Field Observations: Type: Surface water present? Yes Hydric soil present? Y Depth (inches) Remarks: HYDROLOGY Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Surface Water (Al) Aquatic Fauna (613) Surface Soil Cracks (136) High Water Table (A2) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Drainage Patterns (1310) Saturation (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Water Marks (61) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots Crayfish Burrows (C8) Sediment Deposits (62) (C3) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Drift Deposits (133) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils X Geomorphic Position (D2) Iron Deposits (135) (C6) X FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Gauge or Well Data (D9) )Z—Water-Stained Leaves (69) Other (Explain in Remarks) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Water table present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 15 Indicators of wetland Saturation present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 15 hydrology present? Y (includes capillary fringe) Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP2-1 U Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S 23, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Flat Local relief (concave, convex, none): Convex Slope (%): 2 to 4 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Forada loam VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? Y (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? Yes SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? N Hydric soil present? Y Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N f yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 -day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 Quercus macrocarpa FAC that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 1 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 2 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 50.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 0 x 2= 0 4 FAC species 60 x 3 = 180 5 FACU species 40 x 4 = 160 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 100 (A) 340 (B) 1 Poa pratensis 55 Y FAC Prevalence Index = B/A = 3.40 2 Bromus inermis 30 Y FACU 3 Trifolium hybridum 10 N FACU Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Ambrosia trifida 5 N FAC Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 _ Dominance test is >50% 6 _ Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 _ Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 100 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) _ 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? N Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) This was located in an active livestock pen area. All vegetation observed was FAC or drier. US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP2-1 U Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Redox Features Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-7 10YR 2/1 90 10YR 4/4 10 C M Loam 7-22 10YR 2/1 85 10YR 4/4 10 C M Loam Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) X Redox Dark Surface (F6) 10YR 4/1 5 D M 22-32 10YR 4/2 80 10YR 5/1 10 D M Clay loam 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Water -Stained Leaves (69) problematic 10YR 4/6 10 C M *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Surface Water (Al) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Histisol (Al) Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Histic Epipedon (A2) Sandy Redox (S5) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Black Histic (A3) Stripped Matrix (S6) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Stratified Layers (A5) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Other (explain in remarks) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Matrix (F3) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) X Redox Dark Surface (F6) (C6) X Thick Dark Surface (Al2) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand _ Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) _ Redox Depressions (F8) hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Water -Stained Leaves (69) problematic Restrictive Layer (if observed): Field Observations: Type: Surface water present? Yes Hydric soil present? Y Depth (inches) Remarks: HYDROLOGY Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Surface Water (Al) Aquatic Fauna (613) Surface Soil Cracks (136) High Water Table (A2) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Drainage Patterns (1310) Saturation (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Water Marks (61) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots Crayfish Burrows (C8) Sediment Deposits (62) (C3) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Drift Deposits (133) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils Geomorphic Position (D2) Iron Deposits (135) (C6) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Other (Explain in Remarks) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Water table present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Indicators of wetland Saturation present? Yes No X Depth (inches): hydrology present? N (includes capillary fringe) Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP2-1 W Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S 23, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 0 to 1 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Forada loam qWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation X soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? No SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? Y Hydric soil present? Y Is the sampled area within a wetland? Y Indicators of wetland hydrology present? Y If yes, optional wetland site ID: Wetland 2 Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 -day rolling precipition total. Vegetation was disturbed, therefore normal circumstances not present. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominant Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 2 3 4 5 Saolino/Shrub stratur (Plot size 1 2 3 4 5 Herb stratum (Plot size 1 Persicaria pensylvanica 2 Ambrosia trifida 3 Alisma subcordatum 4 Bromus inermis 5 Fragaria virginiana 6 7 8 9 10 Woodv vine stratum (Plot size 1 2 0 = Total Cover 15 ) 0 = Total Cover 5 ) 30 Y FACW 10 N FAC 10 N OBL 5 N FACU 5 N FACU 15 ) 60 = Total Cover 0 = Total Cover that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 1 (A) Total Number of Dominant 10 Species Across all Strata: 1 (B) Percent of Dominant Species 60 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 100.00% (A/B) Prevalence Index Worksheet Total % Cover of: OBL species 10 x 1 = 10 FACW species 30 x2= 60 FAC species 10 x 3 = 30 FACU species 10 x4= 40 UPL species 0 x 5 = 0 Column totals 60 (A) 140 (B) Prevalence Index = B/A = 2.33 Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation X Dominance test is >50% X Prevalence index is <_3.0* Morphogical adaptations* (provide supporting data in Remarks or on a separate sheet) Problematic hydrophytic vegetation* (explain) "Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or problematic Hydrophytic vegetation present? Y Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) Sample point loacted within a livestock pen area, therefore normal circumstances were not present. US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP2-1W Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc** Texture Remarks 0-11 10YR 2/1 100 Loam 11-15 10YR 2/1 70 10YR 4/2 30 D M Sandy clay loam 15-24 10YR 4/2 85 10YR 4/6 15 C M Sandy clay loam *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Histisol (A1) Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Histic Epipedon (A2) Sandy Redox (S5) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Black Histic (A3) Stripped Matrix (S6) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF1 2) Stratified Layers (A5) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Other (explain in remarks) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Matrix (F3) Algal Mat or Crust (B4) Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Redox Dark Surface (F6) Iron Deposits (135) X Thick Dark Surface (Al2) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) Redox Depressions (F8) hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) problematic Restrictive Layer (if observed): Field Observations: Type: Hydric soil present? Y Depth (inches) Remarks: HYDROLOGY Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Surface Water (Al) Aquatic Fauna (1313) Surface Soil Cracks (136) High Water Table (A2) True Aquatic Plants (B14) Drainage Patterns (1310) Saturation (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Water Marks (131) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots Crayfish Burrows (C8) Sediment Deposits (132) (C3) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Drift Deposits (B3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Algal Mat or Crust (B4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils X Geomorphic Position (D2) Iron Deposits (135) (C6) X FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Thin Muck Surface (C7) X Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Water -Stained Leaves (139) Other (Explain in Remarks) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Water table present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 24 Indicators of wetland Saturation present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 22 hydrology present? Y (includes capillary fringe) Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP3-1 U Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S23, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Flat Local relief (concave, convex, none): Flat Slope (%): 0 to 2 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Forada VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? Yes SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? Y Hydric soil present? N Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N f yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 - day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 Ulmus americana 10 Y FACW that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 2 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 3 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 66.67% (A/B) 10 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Lonicera tatarica 5 Y FACU Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 10 x 2 = 20 4 FAC species 75 x 3 = 225 5 FACU species 35 x 4 = 140 5 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 120 (A) 385 (B) 1 Poa pratensis 70 Y FAC Prevalence Index = B/A = 3.21 2 Taraxacum officinale 10 N FACU 3 Plantago major 5 N FAC Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Ambrosia artemisiifolia 5 N FACU Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 Trifolium pratense 5 _ N FACU X Dominance test is >50% 6 Arctium minus 5 N FACU Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 Cirsium arvense 5 _ N FACU Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 105 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) _ 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? Y Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP3-1 U Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-17 10YR2/1 100 Loam 17-24 10YR3/4 100 Loam *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Histisol (Al) Histic Epipedon (A2) Black Histic (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) _ Stratified Layers (A5) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) _Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Restrictive Layer (if observed): Type: Depth (inches): Remarks: HYDROLOGY _ Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) _ Sandy Redox (S5) _ Stripped Matrix (S6) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Depleted Matrix (F3) Redox Dark Surface (F6) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) Redox Depressions (F8) Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Surface Water (Al) High Water Table (A2) Saturation (A3) Water Marks (61) Sediment Deposits (62) Drift Deposits (133) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Iron Deposits (135) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes Water table present? Yes Saturation present? Yes (includes capillary fringe) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Other (explain in remarks) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or problematic Hydric soil present? N Secondary Indicators (minimum of two reouired) Aquatic Fauna (613) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots (C3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils (C6) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Other (Explain in Remarks) No X Depth (inches): No X Depth (inches): No X Depth (inches): Surface Soil Cracks (136) Drainage Patterns (1310) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Crayfish Burrows (C8) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Geomorphic Position (D2) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP3-1 W Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S23, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 0 to 2 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Forada loam qWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? Y (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? Yes SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? Y Hydric soil present? Y Is the sampled area within a wetland? Y Indicators of wetland hydrology present? Y If yes, optional wetland site ID: Wetlland 3 Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 -day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominant Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 2 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 2 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 100.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Saolino/Shrub stratur (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Ulmus americana 5 Y FACW Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 105 x 2 = 210 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 0 x4= 0 5 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 105 (A) 210 (B) 1 Phalaris arundinacea 95 Y FACW Prevalence Index = B/A = 2.00 2 Persicaria pensylvanica 5 N FACW 3 Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 X Dominance test is >50% 6 X Prevalence index is <_3.0* 7 Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation* 100 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) "Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? Y Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP3-1W Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc** Texture Remarks 0-6 10YR2/1 95 10YR4/1 5 D M Sandy loam 6-15 10YR5/1 95 10YR4/6 5 C M Sandy clay loam 15-24 10YR5/1 70 10YR4/6 30 C M Sandy clay loam *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Histisol (A1) Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Histic Epipedon (A2) Sandy Redox (S5) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Black Histic (A3) Stripped Matrix (S6) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF1 2) Stratified Layers (A5) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Other (explain in remarks) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Matrix (F3) Algal Mat or Crust (B4) X Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Redox Dark Surface (F6) Iron Deposits (135) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) Redox Depressions (F8) hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) problematic Restrictive Layer (if observed): Field Observations: Type: Hydric soil present? Y Depth (inches) Remarks: HYDROLOGY Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Surface Water (Al) Aquatic Fauna (1313) Surface Soil Cracks (136) High Water Table (A2) True Aquatic Plants (B14) Drainage Patterns (1310) Saturation (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Water Marks (131) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots Crayfish Burrows (C8) Sediment Deposits (132) (C3) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Drift Deposits (B3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Algal Mat or Crust (B4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils X Geomorphic Position (D2) Iron Deposits (135) (C6) X FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Water -Stained Leaves (139) Other (Explain in Remarks) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Water table present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 26 Indicators of wetland Saturation present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 22 hydrology present? Y (includes capillary fringe) Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP4-1 U Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S 23, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Flat Local relief (concave, convex, none): Convex Slope (%): 2 to 4 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Forada loam VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? Y (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? Yes SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? N Hydric soil present? Y Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N f yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 -day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 Quercus macrocarpa FAC that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 1 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 2 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 50.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 0 x 2= 0 4 FAC species 60 x 3 = 180 5 FACU species 40 x 4 = 160 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 100 (A) 340 (B) 1 Poa pratensis 55 Y FAC Prevalence Index = B/A = 3.40 2 Bromus inermis 30 Y FACU 3 Trifolium hybridum 10 N FACU Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Ambrosia trifida 5 N FAC Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 _ Dominance test is >50% 6 _ Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 _ Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 100 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) _ 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? N Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) This was located in an active livestock pen area. All vegetation observed was FAC or drier. US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP4-1 U Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Redox Features Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-7 10YR 2/1 90 10YR 4/4 10 C M Loam 7-22 10YR 2/1 85 10YR 4/4 10 C M Loam Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) X Redox Dark Surface (F6) 10YR 4/1 5 D M 22-32 10YR 4/2 80 10YR 5/1 10 D M Clay loam 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Water -Stained Leaves (69) problematic 10YR 4/6 10 C M *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Surface Water (Al) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Histisol (Al) Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Histic Epipedon (A2) Sandy Redox (S5) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Black Histic (A3) Stripped Matrix (S6) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Stratified Layers (A5) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Other (explain in remarks) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Matrix (F3) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) X Redox Dark Surface (F6) (C6) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand _ Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) _ Redox Depressions (F8) hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Water -Stained Leaves (69) problematic Restrictive Layer (if observed): Field Observations: Type: Surface water present? Yes Hydric soil present? Y Depth (inches) Remarks: HYDROLOGY Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Surface Water (Al) Aquatic Fauna (613) Surface Soil Cracks (136) High Water Table (A2) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Drainage Patterns (1310) Saturation (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Water Marks (61) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots Crayfish Burrows (C8) Sediment Deposits (62) (C3) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Drift Deposits (133) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils Geomorphic Position (D2) Iron Deposits (135) (C6) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Other (Explain in Remarks) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Water table present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Indicators of wetland Saturation present? Yes No X Depth (inches): hydrology present? N (includes capillary fringe) Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP4-1 W Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S 23, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 0 to 1 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Forada loam VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? Y (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation X soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? No SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? Y Hydric soil present? Y Is the sampled area within a wetland? Y Indicators of wetland hydrology present? Y f yes, optional wetland site ID: Wetland 4 Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 - day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 2 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 2 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 100.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 50 x 2 = 100 4 FAC species 30 x 3 = 90 5 FACU species 0 x 4= 0 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 80 (A) 190 (B) 1 Persicaria pensylvanica 50 Y FACW Prevalence Index = B/A = 2.38 2 Ambrosia trifida 30 Y FAC 3 Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 _ X Dominance test is >50% 6 X Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 80 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? Y Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) The sample point was within an active livestock pen area. US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP4-1 W Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 1-12 10YR 2/1 100 Clay loam 12-21 10YR 4/1 95 10YR 4/4 5 C M Clay loam 21-24 10YR 5/1 95 10YR 4/6 5 C M Sandy loam *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Surface Water (Al) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Histisol (Al) Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Histic Epipedon (A2) Sandy Redox (S5) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Black Histic (A3) Stripped Matrix (S6) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Stratified Layers (A5) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Other (explain in remarks) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Matrix (F3) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils X Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Redox Dark Surface (F6) (C6) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand _ Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) _ Redox Depressions (F8) hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Water -Stained Leaves (69) problematic Restrictive Layer (if observed): Field Observations: Type: Surface water present? Yes Hydric soil present? Y Depth (inches) Remarks: HYDROLOGY Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Surface Water (Al) Aquatic Fauna (613) Surface Soil Cracks (136) High Water Table (A2) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Drainage Patterns (1310) Saturation (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Water Marks (61) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots Crayfish Burrows (C8) Sediment Deposits (62) (C3) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Drift Deposits (133) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils X Geomorphic Position (D2) Iron Deposits (135) (C6) X FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Thin Muck Surface (C7) X Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Other (Explain in Remarks) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Water table present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 24 Indicators of wetland Saturation present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 21 hydrology present? Y (includes capillary fringe) Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP5-1 U Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S24, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): hillslope Local relief (concave, convex, none): linear Slope (%): 2 to 6 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Dorset -Two Inlets complex VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? Y Hydric soil present? N Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N f yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 - day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 1 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 1 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 100.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 0 x 2= 0 4 FAC species 100 x 3 = 300 5 FACU species 40 x 4 = 160 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 140 (A) 460 (B) 1 Poa pratensis 100 Y FAC Prevalence Index = B/A = 3.29 2 Achellium millefolium 20 N FACU 3 Taraxacum officinale 20 N FACU Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 _ X Dominance test is >50% 6 Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 _ Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 140 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? Y Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP5-1 U Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-24 10YR3/2 100 Sandy loam *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Histisol (Al) Histic Epipedon (A2) Black Histic (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) _ Stratified Layers (A5) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) _Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Restrictive Layer (if observed): Type: Rocky layer Depth (inches): 18 Remarks: HYDROLOGY _ Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) _ Sandy Redox (S5) _ Stripped Matrix (S6) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Depleted Matrix (F3) Redox Dark Surface (F6) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) Redox Depressions (F8) Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Surface Water (Al) High Water Table (A2) Saturation (A3) Water Marks (61) Sediment Deposits (62) Drift Deposits (133) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Iron Deposits (135) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes Water table present? Yes Saturation present? Yes (includes capillary fringe) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Other (explain in remarks) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or problematic Hydric soil present? N Secondary Indicators (minimum of two reouired) Aquatic Fauna (613) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots (C3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils (C6) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Other (Explain in Remarks) No X Depth (inches): No X Depth (inches): No X Depth (inches): Surface Soil Cracks (136) Drainage Patterns (1310) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Crayfish Burrows (C8) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Geomorphic Position (D2) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP5-1 W Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S24, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 0 tot Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Glencoe clay loam VWI Classification: PEM1F Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? Yes SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? Y Hydric soil present? Y Is the sampled area within a wetland? Y Indicators of wetland hydrology present? Y f yes, optional wetland site ID: Wetland 5 Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 - day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 1 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 1 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 100.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 10 x 1 = 10 3 FACW species 90 x 2 = 180 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 0 x 4= 0 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 100 (A) 190 (B) 1 Phalaris arundinacea 90 Y FACW Prevalence Index = B/A = 1.90 2 Carex lacustris 10 N OBL 3 Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 _ Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 X Dominance test is >50% 6 X Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 100 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? Y Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP5-1 W Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-5 10YR2/1 100 SL 5-9 10YR5/1 100 S 9-16 10YR6/1 85 10YR4/6 15 C M S *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Histisol (Al) Histic Epipedon (A2) Black Histic (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) _ Stratified Layers (A5) 2 cm Muck (A10) X Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) _Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Restrictive Layer (if observed): Type: Depth (inches): Remarks: HYDROLOGY _ Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) _ Sandy Redox (S5) _ Stripped Matrix (S6) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Depleted Matrix (F3) Redox Dark Surface (F6) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) Redox Depressions (F8) Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) X Surface Water (Al) High Water Table (A2) X Saturation (A3) Water Marks (61) Sediment Deposits (62) Drift Deposits (133) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Iron Deposits (135) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes Water table present? Yes Saturation present? Yes (includes capillary fringe) X No X No X No Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Other (explain in remarks) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or problematic Hydric soil present? Y Secondary Indicators (minimum of two reouired) Aquatic Fauna (613) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots X (C3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils (C6) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Other (Explain in Remarks) Depth (inches): Depth (inches): Depth (inches): Surface Soil Cracks (136) Drainage Patterns (1310) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Crayfish Burrows (C8) X Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) X Geomorphic Position (D2) X FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Indicators of wetland hydrology present? Y Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP5-2U Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S24, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Flat Local relief (concave, convex, none): Convex Slope (%): 0 to 1 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Glencoe clay loam VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? Yes SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? N Hydric soil present? N Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N f yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 - day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 1 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 2 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 50.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 10 x 1 = 10 3 FACW species 30 x 2 = 60 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 60 x 4 = 240 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 100 (A) 310 (B) 1 Bromus inermis 40 Y FACU Prevalence Index = B/A = 3.10 2 Phalaris arundinacea 30 Y FACW 3 Trifolium pratense 15 N FACU Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Carex lacustris 10 N OBL Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 Taraxacum officinale 5 _ N FACU Dominance test is >50% 6 _ Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 _ Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 100 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? N Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP5-2U Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-10 N2.5 100 Loam 10-19 10YR2/1 100 Loam 19-24 10YR4/2 95 10YR4/6 5 C M Loamy sand *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Histisol (Al) Histic Epipedon (A2) Black Histic (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) _ Stratified Layers (A5) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) _Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Restrictive Layer (if observed): Type: Depth (inches): Remarks: HYDROLOGY _ Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) _ Sandy Redox (S5) _ Stripped Matrix (S6) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Depleted Matrix (F3) Redox Dark Surface (F6) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) Redox Depressions (F8) Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Surface Water (Al) High Water Table (A2) Saturation (A3) Water Marks (61) Sediment Deposits (62) Drift Deposits (133) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Iron Deposits (135) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes Water table present? Yes Saturation present? Yes (includes capillary fringe) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Other (explain in remarks) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or problematic Hydric soil present? N Secondary Indicators (minimum of two reouired) Aquatic Fauna (613) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots (C3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils (C6) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Other (Explain in Remarks) No X Depth (inches): No X Depth (inches): No X Depth (inches): Surface Soil Cracks (136) Drainage Patterns (1310) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Crayfish Burrows (C8) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Geomorphic Position (D2) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP5-2W Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S24, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 0 to 1 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Glencoe clay loam VWI Classification: PEM1A Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? Yes SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? Y Hydric soil present? Y Is the sampled area within a wetland? Y Indicators of wetland hydrology present? Y f yes, optional wetland site ID: Wetland 5 Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 - day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 2 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 2 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 100.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 30 x 1 = 30 3 FACW species 70 x 2 = 140 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 0 x 4= 0 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 100 (A) 170 (B) 1 Phalaris arundinacea 70 Y FACW Prevalence Index = B/A = 1.70 2 Carex lacustris 30 Y OBL 3 Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 _ Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 X Dominance test is >50% 6 X Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 100 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? Y Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP5-2W Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-17 N2.5/ 100 Loam 17-24 10YR4/2 95 10YR4/6 5 C M Loamy sand *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Histisol (Al) Histic Epipedon (A2) Black Histic (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) _ Stratified Layers (A5) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) X Thick Dark Surface (Al2) _Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Restrictive Layer (if observed): Type: Depth (inches): Remarks: HYDROLOGY _ Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) _ Sandy Redox (S5) _ Stripped Matrix (S6) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Depleted Matrix (F3) Redox Dark Surface (F6) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) Redox Depressions (F8) Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Surface Water (Al) High Water Table (A2) Saturation (A3) Water Marks (61) Sediment Deposits (62) Drift Deposits (133) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Iron Deposits (135) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes Water table present? Yes X Saturation present? Yes X (includes capillary fringe) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Other (explain in remarks) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or problematic Hydric soil present? Y Secondary Indicators (minimum of two reouired) Aquatic Fauna (613) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots (C3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils (C6) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Other (Explain in Remarks) No X Depth (inches): No Depth (inches): 24 No Depth (inches): 23 Surface Soil Cracks (136) Drainage Patterns (1310) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Crayfish Burrows (C8) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) X Geomorphic Position (D2) X FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Indicators of wetland hydrology present? Y Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP5-3U Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S24, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Hillslope Local relief (concave, convex, none): Linear Slope (%): 0 to 3 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Eckvoll loamy fine sand VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation X soil X or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? No SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? Y Hydric soil present? N Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N f yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 -day rolling precipition total. Sample point was located in an active livestock pen, hence vegetation and soils are significantly distrubed. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 2 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 3 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 66.67% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 30 x 2 = 60 4 FAC species 50 x 3 = 150 5 FACU species 35 x 4 = 140 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 115 (A) 350 (B) 1 Poa pratensis 50 Y FAC Prevalence Index = B/A = 3.04 2 Trifolium pratense 30 Y FACU 3 Phalaris arundinacea 30 Y FACW Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Taraxacum officinale 5 N FACU Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 _ X Dominance test is >50% 6 Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 _ Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 115 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) _ 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? Y Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) This was located in US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP5-3U Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 1-11 10YR2/1 100 Sandy loam 11-18 10YR3/4 80 10YR4/6 20 C M Sand 18-48 10YR3/4 70 10YR4/6 20 C M Sand 10YR5/2 10 C M *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Surface Water (Al) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Histisol (Al) Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Histic Epipedon (A2) Sandy Redox (S5) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Black Histic (A3) Stripped Matrix (S6) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Stratified Layers (A5) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Other (explain in remarks) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Matrix (F3) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Redox Dark Surface (F6) (C6) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand _ Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) _ Redox Depressions (F8) hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Water -Stained Leaves (69) problematic Restrictive Layer (if observed): Field Observations: Type: Surface water present? Yes Hydric soil present? N Depth (inches) Remarks: HYDROLOGY Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Surface Water (Al) Aquatic Fauna (613) Surface Soil Cracks (136) High Water Table (A2) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Drainage Patterns (1310) Saturation (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Water Marks (61) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots Crayfish Burrows (C8) Sediment Deposits (62) (C3) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Drift Deposits (133) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils Geomorphic Position (D2) Iron Deposits (135) (C6) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Other (Explain in Remarks) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Water table present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Indicators of wetland Saturation present? Yes No X Depth (inches): hydrology present? N (includes capillary fringe) Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP5-3W Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S24, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 0 to 1 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Glencoe clay loam VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? Yes SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? Y Hydric soil present? Y Is the sampled area within a wetland? Y Indicators of wetland hydrology present? Y f yes, optional wetland site ID: Wetland 5 Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 - day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 1 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 1 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 100.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 5 x 1= 5 3 FACW species 95 x 2 = 190 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 0 x 4= 0 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 100 (A) 195 (B) 1 Phalaris arundinacea 95 Y FACW Prevalence Index = B/A = 1.95 2 Carex lacustris 5 N OBL 3 Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 _ Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 X Dominance test is >50% 6 X Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 100 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? Y Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP5-3W Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-20 10YR2/1 98 10YR4/6 2 C M SCL 20-48 10YR5/2 100 10YR4/6 2 C M Sand *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Surface Water (Al) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Histisol (Al) Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Histic Epipedon (A2) Sandy Redox (S5) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Black Histic (A3) Stripped Matrix (S6) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Stratified Layers (A5) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Other (explain in remarks) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Matrix (F3) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Redox Dark Surface (F6) (C6) X Thick Dark Surface (Al2) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand _ Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) _ Redox Depressions (F8) hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Water -Stained Leaves (69) problematic Restrictive Layer (if observed): Field Observations: Type: Surface water present? Yes Hydric soil present? Y Depth (inches) Remarks: HYDROLOGY Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Surface Water (Al) Aquatic Fauna (613) Surface Soil Cracks (136) High Water Table (A2) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Drainage Patterns (1310) Saturation (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Water Marks (61) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots Crayfish Burrows (C8) Sediment Deposits (62) (C3) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Drift Deposits (133) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils X Geomorphic Position (D2) Iron Deposits (135) (C6) X FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Other (Explain in Remarks) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Water table present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 20 Indicators of wetland Saturation present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 18 hydrology present? Y (includes capillary fringe) Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP6-1 U Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S24, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Flat Local relief (concave, convex, none): Convex Slope (%): 0 to 5 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Angus -Le Sueur complex VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? Yes SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? N Hydric soil present? Y Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N f yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 - day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 0 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 2 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 0.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 0 x 2= 0 4 FAC species 20 x 3 = 60 5 FACU species 100 x 4 = 400 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 120 (A) 460 (B) 1 Trifolium pratense 50 Y FACU Prevalence Index = B/A = 3.83 2 Taraxacum officinale 50 Y FACU 3 Poa Pratensis 20 N FAC Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 _ Dominance test is >50% 6 _ Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 _ Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 120 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? N Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP6-1 U Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-14 10YR2/1 100 Sandy loam 14-24 10YR3/1 50 Sandy loam 10YR2/1 50 24-30 10YR5/2 95 10YR 5 C M Sandy clay loam *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Histisol (Al) Histic Epipedon (A2) Black Histic (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) _ Stratified Layers (A5) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) X Thick Dark Surface (Al2) _Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Restrictive Layer (if observed): Type: Depth (inches): Remarks: HYDROLOGY _ Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) _ Sandy Redox (S5) _ Stripped Matrix (S6) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Depleted Matrix (F3) Redox Dark Surface (F6) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) Redox Depressions (F8) Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Surface Water (Al) High Water Table (A2) Saturation (A3) Water Marks (61) Sediment Deposits (62) Drift Deposits (133) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Iron Deposits (135) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes Water table present? Yes Saturation present? Yes (includes capillary fringe) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Other (explain in remarks) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or problematic Hydric soil present? Y Secondary Indicators (minimum of two reouired) Aquatic Fauna (613) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots (C3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils (C6) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Other (Explain in Remarks) No X Depth (inches): No X Depth (inches): No X Depth (inches): Surface Soil Cracks (136) Drainage Patterns (1310) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Crayfish Burrows (C8) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Geomorphic Position (D2) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP6-1 W Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S24, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 0 to 1 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Glencoe clay loam VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? Yes SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? Y Hydric soil present? Y Is the sampled area within a wetland? Y Indicators of wetland hydrology present? Y f yes, optional wetland site ID: Wetland 6 Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 - day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 1 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 1 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 100.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 100 x 2 = 200 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 0 x 4= 0 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 100 (A) 200 (B) 1 Phalaris arundinacea 100 Y FACW Prevalence Index = B/A = 2.00 2 3 Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 _ X Dominance test is >50% 6 X Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 100 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? Y Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP6-1 W Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-18 N2.5/ 100 Sandy clay loam 18-24 10YR5/2 95 10YR4/6 5 C M Sand *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Histisol (Al) Histic Epipedon (A2) Black Histic (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) _ Stratified Layers (A5) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) X Thick Dark Surface (Al2) _Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Restrictive Layer (if observed): Type: Depth (inches): Remarks: HYDROLOGY _ Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) _ Sandy Redox (S5) _ Stripped Matrix (S6) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Depleted Matrix (F3) Redox Dark Surface (F6) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) Redox Depressions (F8) Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Surface Water (Al) High Water Table (A2) Saturation (A3) Water Marks (61) Sediment Deposits (62) Drift Deposits (133) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Iron Deposits (135) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes Water table present? Yes Saturation present? Yes (includes capillary fringe) X No X No X No Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Other (explain in remarks) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or problematic Hydric soil present? Y Secondary Indicators (minimum of two reouired) Aquatic Fauna (613) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots (C3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils (C6) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Other (Explain in Remarks) Depth (inches): Depth (inches): Depth (inches): Surface Soil Cracks (136) Drainage Patterns (1310) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Crayfish Burrows (C8) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) X Geomorphic Position (D2) X FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Indicators of wetland hydrology present? Y Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP7-1 U Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S23, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Flat Local relief (concave, convex, none): Flat Slope (%): 0 to 2 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Forada loam VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? No SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? N Hydric soil present? N Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N f yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 - day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 1 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 2 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 50.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 15 x 2 = 30 4 FAC species 60 x 3 = 180 5 FACU species 45 x 4 = 180 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 120 (A) 390 (B) 1 Poa pratensis 60 Y FAC Prevalence Index = B/A = 3.25 2 Taraxacum officinale 30 Y FACU 3 Alopecurus pratensis 10 N FACW Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Phalaris arundinacea 5 N FACW Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 Achilea millefolium 5 _ N FACU Dominance test is >50% 6 Drymocallis arguta 5 _ N FACU _ Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 Vicia americana 5 N FACU Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 120 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) _ 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? N Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP7-1 U Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-18 10YR2/1 90 Sandy loam 10YR4/2 10 18-30 10YR4/2 95 10YR4/6 1 C M Sand *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Histisol (Al) Histic Epipedon (A2) Black Histic (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) _ Stratified Layers (A5) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) _Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Restrictive Layer (if observed): Type: Depth (inches): Remarks: HYDROLOGY _ Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) _ Sandy Redox (S5) _ Stripped Matrix (S6) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Depleted Matrix (F3) Redox Dark Surface (F6) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) Redox Depressions (F8) Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Surface Water (Al) High Water Table (A2) Saturation (A3) Water Marks (61) Sediment Deposits (62) Drift Deposits (133) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Iron Deposits (135) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes Water table present? Yes X Saturation present? Yes X (includes capillary fringe) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Other (explain in remarks) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or problematic Hydric soil present? N Secondary Indicators (minimum of two reouired) Aquatic Fauna (613) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots (C3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils (C6) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Other (Explain in Remarks) No X Depth (inches): No Depth (inches): 26 No Depth (inches): 20 Surface Soil Cracks (136) Drainage Patterns (1310) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Crayfish Burrows (C8) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Geomorphic Position (D2) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP7-1 W Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S23, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 0 to 1 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Forada mucky loam VWI Classification: PEM1C Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? Yes SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? Y Hydric soil present? Y Is the sampled area within a wetland? Y Indicators of wetland hydrology present? Y f yes, optional wetland site ID: Wetland 7 Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 - day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 3 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 3 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 100.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 35 x 1 = 35 3 FACW species 55 x 2 = 110 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 0 x 4= 0 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 90 (A) 145 (B) 1 Alopecurus pratensis 30 Y FACW Prevalence Index = B/A = 1.61 2 Carex sartwellii 20 Y FACW 3 Carex pellita 20 Y OBL Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Eleocharis palustris 10 N OBL Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 Persicaria pensylvanica 5 _ N FACW X Dominance test is >50% 6 Carex laeviconica 5 N OBL X Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 90 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) _ 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? Y Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP7-1 W Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-7 10YR2/1 100 Sandy Clay loam 7-20 10YR4/2 100 Sand 20-28 10YR4/2 95 10YR4/6 5 C M Sand 28-48 2.5Y5/2 90 10YR4/6 10 C M Sand *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Surface Water (Al) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Histisol (Al) Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Histic Epipedon (A2) Sandy Redox (S5) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Black Histic (A3) Stripped Matrix (S6) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Stratified Layers (A5) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Other (explain in remarks) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Matrix (F3) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils X Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Redox Dark Surface (F6) (C6) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand _ Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) _ Redox Depressions (F8) hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Water -Stained Leaves (69) problematic Restrictive Layer (if observed): Field Observations: Type: Surface water present? Yes Hydric soil present? Y Depth (inches) Remarks: HYDROLOGY Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Surface Water (Al) Aquatic Fauna (613) Surface Soil Cracks (136) High Water Table (A2) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Drainage Patterns (1310) X Saturation (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Water Marks (61) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots Crayfish Burrows (C8) Sediment Deposits (62) (C3) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Drift Deposits (133) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils X Geomorphic Position (D2) Iron Deposits (135) (C6) X FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Other (Explain in Remarks) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Water table present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 18 Indicators of wetland Saturation present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 10 hydrology present? Y (includes capillary fringe) Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP8-1 U Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S 23, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Flat Local relief (concave, convex, none): Flat Slope (%): 2 to 4 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Forada loam VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation X soil X or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? No SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? N Hydric soil present? N Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N f yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 -day rolling precipition total. Sample point was located in cropland, hence vegetation and soils are significantly distrubed. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 1 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 2 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 50.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 0 x 2= 0 4 FAC species 5 x 3 = 15 5 FACU species 0 x 4= 0 0 = Total Cover UPL species 20 x 5 = 100 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 25 (A) 115 (B) 1 Glycine max 20 Y UPL Prevalence Index = B/A = 4.60 2 Rumex crispus 5 Y FAC 3 Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 _ Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 Dominance test is >50% 6 _ Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 _ Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 25 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? N Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) Sample point was located in a cropland dominated by soybeans. US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP8-1 U Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-16 10YR 2/1 100 Sandy loam 16-24 10YR 2/2 100 Sand 24-30 10YR 3/3 100 Sand 30-48 10YR 3/3 60 10YR 4/6 40 C M Sand *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Surface Water (Al) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Histisol (Al) Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Histic Epipedon (A2) Sandy Redox (S5) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Black Histic (A3) Stripped Matrix (S6) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Stratified Layers (A5) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Other (explain in remarks) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Matrix (F3) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Redox Dark Surface (F6) (C6) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand _ Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) _ Redox Depressions (F8) hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Water -Stained Leaves (69) problematic Restrictive Layer (if observed): Field Observations: Type: Surface water present? Yes Hydric soil present? N Depth (inches) Remarks: HYDROLOGY Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Surface Water (Al) Aquatic Fauna (613) Surface Soil Cracks (136) High Water Table (A2) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Drainage Patterns (1310) Saturation (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Water Marks (61) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots Crayfish Burrows (C8) Sediment Deposits (62) (C3) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Drift Deposits (133) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils Geomorphic Position (D2) Iron Deposits (135) (C6) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Other (Explain in Remarks) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Water table present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 26 Indicators of wetland Saturation present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 22 hydrology present? N (includes capillary fringe) Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticellio/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP8-1 W Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S 23, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 0 to 2 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Forada loam qWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? Y Hydric soil present? Y Is the sampled area within a wetland? Y Indicators of wetland hydrology present? Y If yes, optional wetland site ID: Wetland 8 Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 -day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominant Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 3 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 3 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 100.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Saolino/Shrub stratur (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 40 x 1 = 40 3 FACW species 20 x2= 40 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 0 x4= 0 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 60 (A) 80 (B) 1 Typha angustifolia 20 Y OBL Prevalence Index = B/A = 1.33 2 Alisma subcordatum 20 Y OBL 3 Phalaris arundinacea 15 Y FACW Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Persicaria pensylvanica 5 N FACW Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 X Dominance test is >50% 6 X Prevalence index is <_3.0* 7 Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation* 60 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) "Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? Y Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: 0 Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc** Texture Remarks 0-20 10YR 2/1 90 10YR 4/6 10 C M Sandy clay loam 20-48 10YR 3/2 100 Sand *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Histisol (A1) Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Histic Epipedon (A2) Sandy Redox (S5) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Black Histic (A3) Stripped Matrix (S6) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF1 2) Stratified Layers (A5) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Other (explain in remarks) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Matrix (F3) Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) X Redox Dark Surface (F6) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) Redox Depressions (F8) hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) problematic Restrictive Layer (if observed): Type: Hydric soil present? Y Depth (inches) Remarks: HYDROLOGY Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Surface Water (Al) Aquatic Fauna (1313) Surface Soil Cracks (136) High Water Table (A2) True Aquatic Plants (B14) Drainage Patterns (1310) Saturation (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Water Marks (131) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots Crayfish Burrows (C8) Sediment Deposits (132) (C3) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Drift Deposits (B3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) X Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) X Algal Mat or Crust (B4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils Geomorphic Position (D2) Iron Deposits (135) (C6) X FAC -Neutral Test (D5) X Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Water -Stained Leaves (139) Other (Explain in Remarks) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Water table present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 20 Saturation present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 16 (includes capillary fringe) Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: Indicators of wetland hydrology present? Y US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP9-1 U Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S 24, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Hillslope Local relief (concave, convex, none): Linear Slope (%): 2 to 4 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Angus loam VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? Y (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? Yes SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? N Hydric soil present? N Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N f yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 - day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 0 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 1 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 0.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 0 x 2= 0 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 100 x 4 = 400 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 100 (A) 400 (B) 1 Dactylis glomerata 85 Y FACU Prevalence Index = B/A = 4.00 2 Taraxacum officinale 15 N FACU 3 Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 _ Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 Dominance test is >50% 6 _ Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 _ Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 100 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? N Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) Sample point is located on a hayed field. US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP9-1 U Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Redox Features Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-12 10YR 2/1 100 Stratified Layers (A5) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Sandy clay loam 12-18 10YR 2/1 95 10YR 4/6 5 C M Sandy clay loam 18-30 10YR 3/2 90 10YR 4/6 10 C M Sandy clay 30-48 10YR 4/2 60 10YR 4/6 30 C M Sandy clay Type: 10YR 2/1 10 Water table present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 20 *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Surface Water (Al) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Histisol (Al) Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Histic Epipedon (A2) Sandy Redox (S5) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Black Histic (A3) Stripped Matrix (S6) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Stratified Layers (A5) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Other (explain in remarks) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Matrix (F3) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Redox Dark Surface (F6) (C6) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand _ Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) _ Redox Depressions (F8) hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Water -Stained Leaves (69) problematic Restrictive Layer (if observed): Field Observations: Type: Surface water present? Yes Hydric soil present? N Depth (inches) Remarks: HYDROLOGY Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Surface Water (Al) Aquatic Fauna (613) Surface Soil Cracks (136) High Water Table (A2) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Drainage Patterns (1310) Saturation (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Water Marks (61) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots Crayfish Burrows (C8) Sediment Deposits (62) (C3) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Drift Deposits (133) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils Geomorphic Position (D2) Iron Deposits (135) (C6) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Other (Explain in Remarks) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Water table present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 20 Indicators of wetland Saturation present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 15 hydrology present? N (includes capillary fringe) Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP9-1 W Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S 24, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 0 to 1 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Klossner, Okoboji, and Glencoe soils, ponded VWI Classification: PEM1A Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? Y (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? Yes SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? Y Hydric soil present? Y Is the sampled area within a wetland? Y Indicators of wetland hydrology present? Y f yes, optional wetland site ID: Wetland 9 Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 - day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 1 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 1 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 100.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 90 x 1 = 90 3 FACW species 5 x 2 = 10 4 FAC species 5 x 3 = 15 5 FACU species 0 x 4= 0 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 100 (A) 115 (B) 1 Schoenoplectus fluviatilis 90 Y OBL Prevalence Index = B/A = 1.15 2 Persicaria pensylvanica 5 N FACW 3 Equisetum arvense 5 N FAC Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 _ X Dominance test is >50% 6 X Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 100 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? Y Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP9-1 W Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-20 10YR 2/1 100 Mucky loam 20-24 10YR 5/2 95 10YR4/6 5 C M Sand *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Histisol (Al) Histic Epipedon (A2) Black Histic (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) _ Stratified Layers (A5) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) X Thick Dark Surface (Al2) _Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Restrictive Layer (if observed): Type: Depth (inches): Remarks: HYDROLOGY _ Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) _ Sandy Redox (S5) _ Stripped Matrix (S6) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Depleted Matrix (F3) Redox Dark Surface (F6) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) Redox Depressions (F8) Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Surface Water (Al) High Water Table (A2) X Saturation (A3) Water Marks (61) Sediment Deposits (62) Drift Deposits (133) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Iron Deposits (135) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) )Z—Water-Stained Leaves (69) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes Water table present? Yes X Saturation present? Yes X (includes capillary fringe) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Other (explain in remarks) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or problematic Hydric soil present? Y Secondary Indicators (minimum of two reouired) Aquatic Fauna (613) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots (C3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils (C6) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Other (Explain in Remarks) No X Depth (inches): No Depth (inches): 6 No Depth (inches): surface Surface Soil Cracks (136) Drainage Patterns (1310) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Crayfish Burrows (C8) X Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) X Geomorphic Position (D2) X FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Indicators of wetland hydrology present? Y Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP10-1 U Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S24, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Hillslope Local relief (concave, convex, none): Linear Slope (%): 2 to 6 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Angus loam VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation X soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? No SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? N Hydric soil present? N Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N f yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 -day rolling precipition total. Sample point was located in an active hayed field, hence vegetation are significantly distrubed. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 0 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 2 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 0.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 0 x 2= 0 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 100 x 4 = 400 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 100 (A) 400 (B) 1 Phleum pratense 80 Y FACU Prevalence Index = B/A = 4.00 2 Medicago sativa 20 Y FACU 3 Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 _ Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 Dominance test is >50% 6 _ Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 _ Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 100 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? N Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP10-1 U Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 1-24 10YR3/2 100 SL *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Histisol (Al) Histic Epipedon (A2) Black Histic (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) _ Stratified Layers (A5) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) _Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Restrictive Layer (if observed): Type: Depth (inches): Remarks: HYDROLOGY _ Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) _ Sandy Redox (S5) _ Stripped Matrix (S6) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Depleted Matrix (F3) Redox Dark Surface (F6) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) Redox Depressions (F8) Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Surface Water (Al) High Water Table (A2) Saturation (A3) Water Marks (61) Sediment Deposits (62) Drift Deposits (133) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Iron Deposits (135) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes Water table present? Yes Saturation present? Yes (includes capillary fringe) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Other (explain in remarks) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or problematic Hydric soil present? N Secondary Indicators (minimum of two reouired) Aquatic Fauna (613) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots (C3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils (C6) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Other (Explain in Remarks) No X Depth (inches): No X Depth (inches): No X Depth (inches): Surface Soil Cracks (136) Drainage Patterns (1310) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Crayfish Burrows (C8) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Geomorphic Position (D2) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP10-1 W Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S24, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 0 to 1 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Glencoe clay loam VWI Classification: PEM!Af Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? Yes SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? Y Hydric soil present? Y Is the sampled area within a wetland? Y Indicators of wetland hydrology present? Y f yes, optional wetland site ID: Wetland 10 Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 - day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 1 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 1 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 100.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 5 x 1= 5 3 FACW species 95 x 2 = 190 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 0 x 4= 0 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 100 (A) 195 (B) 1 Phalaris arundinacea 95 Y FACW Prevalence Index = B/A = 1.95 2 Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani 5 N OBL 3 Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 _ Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 X Dominance test is >50% 6 X Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 100 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? Y Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP10-1 W Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-22 10YR2/1 100 Loam 22-28 10YR4/2 95 10YR4/6 5 C M Clay loam *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Histisol (Al) Histic Epipedon (A2) Black Histic (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) _ Stratified Layers (A5) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) X Thick Dark Surface (Al2) _Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Restrictive Layer (if observed): Type: Depth (inches): Remarks: HYDROLOGY _ Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) _ Sandy Redox (S5) _ Stripped Matrix (S6) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Depleted Matrix (F3) Redox Dark Surface (F6) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) Redox Depressions (F8) Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Surface Water (Al) High Water Table (A2) Saturation (A3) Water Marks (61) Sediment Deposits (62) Drift Deposits (133) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Iron Deposits (135) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes Water table present? Yes Saturation present? Yes (includes capillary fringe) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Other (explain in remarks) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or problematic Hydric soil present? Y Secondary Indicators (minimum of two reouired) Aquatic Fauna (613) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots (C3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils (C6) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Other (Explain in Remarks) No X Depth (inches): No X Depth (inches): No X Depth (inches): Surface Soil Cracks (136) Drainage Patterns (1310) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Crayfish Burrows (C8) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) X Geomorphic Position (D2) X FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Indicators of wetland hydrology present? Y Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP11-1U Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S24, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Flat Local relief (concave, convex, none): Convex Slope (%): 0 to 1 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Glencoe clay loam VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? Yes SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? N Hydric soil present? N Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N f yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 - day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 1 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 2 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 50.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 10 x 1 = 10 3 FACW species 30 x 2 = 60 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 60 x 4 = 240 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 100 (A) 310 (B) 1 Bromus inermis 40 Y FACU Prevalence Index = B/A = 3.10 2 Phalaris arundinacea 30 Y FACW 3 Trifolium pratense 15 N FACU Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Carex lacustris 10 N OBL Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 Taraxacum officinale 5 _ N FACU Dominance test is >50% 6 _ Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 _ Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 100 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? N Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP11-1U Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-10 N2.5 100 Loam 10-19 10YR2/1 100 Loam 19-24 10YR4/2 95 10YR4/6 5 C M Loamy sand *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Histisol (Al) Histic Epipedon (A2) Black Histic (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) _ Stratified Layers (A5) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) _Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Restrictive Layer (if observed): Type: Depth (inches): Remarks: HYDROLOGY _ Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) _ Sandy Redox (S5) _ Stripped Matrix (S6) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Depleted Matrix (F3) Redox Dark Surface (F6) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) Redox Depressions (F8) Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Surface Water (Al) High Water Table (A2) Saturation (A3) Water Marks (61) Sediment Deposits (62) Drift Deposits (133) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Iron Deposits (135) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes Water table present? Yes Saturation present? Yes (includes capillary fringe) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Other (explain in remarks) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or problematic Hydric soil present? N Secondary Indicators (minimum of two reouired) Aquatic Fauna (613) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots (C3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils (C6) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Other (Explain in Remarks) No X Depth (inches): No X Depth (inches): No X Depth (inches): Surface Soil Cracks (136) Drainage Patterns (1310) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Crayfish Burrows (C8) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Geomorphic Position (D2) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP11-1W Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S24, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 0 to 1 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Glencoe clay loam VWI Classification: PEM1A Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? Yes SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? Y Hydric soil present? Y Is the sampled area within a wetland? Y Indicators of wetland hydrology present? Y f yes, optional wetland site ID: Wetland 11 Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 - day rolling precipition total. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 3 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 3 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 100.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 50 x 1 = 50 3 FACW species 30 x 2 = 60 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 0 x 4= 0 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 80 (A) 110 (B) 1 Phalaris arundinacea 30 Y FACW Prevalence Index = B/A = 1.38 2 Acorus calamus 30 Y OBL 3 Carex lacustris 20 Y OBL Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 _ X Dominance test is >50% 6 X Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 80 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? Y Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP11-1W Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-14 N2.5/ 100 Loam 14-24 10YR4/1 90 10YR4/6 10 C M Sand *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Histisol (Al) Histic Epipedon (A2) Black Histic (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) _ Stratified Layers (A5) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) X Thick Dark Surface (Al2) _Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Restrictive Layer (if observed): Type: Depth (inches): Remarks: HYDROLOGY _ Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) _ Sandy Redox (S5) _ Stripped Matrix (S6) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Depleted Matrix (F3) Redox Dark Surface (F6) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) Redox Depressions (F8) Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Surface Water (Al) High Water Table (A2) X Saturation (A3) Water Marks (61) Sediment Deposits (62) Drift Deposits (133) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Iron Deposits (135) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes Water table present? Yes X Saturation present? Yes X (includes capillary fringe) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Other (explain in remarks) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or problematic Hydric soil present? Y Secondary Indicators (minimum of two reouired) Aquatic Fauna (613) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots (C3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils (C6) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Other (Explain in Remarks) No X Depth (inches): No Depth (inches): No Depth (inches): Surface Soil Cracks (136) Drainage Patterns (1310) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Crayfish Burrows (C8) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) X Geomorphic Position (D2) X FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Indicators of wetland hydrology present? Y Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP -A Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S23, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 2 to 6 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Dorset -Two Inlets complex VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation X soil X or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? No SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? N Hydric soil present? N Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N f yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 -day rolling precipition total. Sample point was located in a cropped field, hence vegetation and soils are significantly distrubed. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 0 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 1 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 0.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 0 x 2= 0 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 0 x 4= 0 0 = Total Cover UPL species 20 x 5 = 100 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 20 (A) 100 (B) 1 Zea mays 20 Y UPL Prevalence Index = B/A = 5.00 2 3 Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 _ Dominance test is >50% 6 _ Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 _ Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 20 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? N Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP -A Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-24 10YR2/1 100 Clay loam 24-34 10YR3/3 98 10YR4/6 2 C M Sandy clay loam 34-48 10YR4/4 90 10YR4/6 10 C M Sand *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Surface Water (Al) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Histisol (Al) Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Histic Epipedon (A2) Sandy Redox (S5) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Black Histic (A3) Stripped Matrix (S6) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Stratified Layers (A5) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Other (explain in remarks) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Matrix (F3) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Redox Dark Surface (F6) (C6) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand _ Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) _ Redox Depressions (F8) hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Water -Stained Leaves (69) problematic Restrictive Layer (if observed): Field Observations: Type: Surface water present? Yes Hydric soil present? N Depth (inches) Remarks: HYDROLOGY Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Surface Water (Al) Aquatic Fauna (613) Surface Soil Cracks (136) High Water Table (A2) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Drainage Patterns (1310) Saturation (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Water Marks (61) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots Crayfish Burrows (C8) Sediment Deposits (62) (C3) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Drift Deposits (133) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils X Geomorphic Position (D2) Iron Deposits (135) (C6) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Other (Explain in Remarks) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Water table present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Indicators of wetland Saturation present? Yes No X Depth (inches): hydrology present? N (includes capillary fringe) Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP -B Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S23, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 0 to 2 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Dorset snady loam VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation X soil X or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? No SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? N Hydric soil present? N Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N f yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 -day rolling precipition total. Sample point was located in a cropped field, hence vegetation and soils are significantly distrubed. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 0 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 1 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 0.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 0 x 2= 0 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 0 x 4= 0 0 = Total Cover UPL species 20 x 5 = 100 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 20 (A) 100 (B) 1 Zea mays 20 Y UPL Prevalence Index = B/A = 5.00 2 3 Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 _ Dominance test is >50% 6 _ Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 _ Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 20 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? N Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP -B Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Histisol (Al) Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-8 10YR2/1 100 Loam 8-14 10YR2/1 95 10YR4/6 5 C M Loam 14-18 10YR3/3 100 Sandy loam 18-30 10YR4/4 100 Sandy loam *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Surface Water (Al) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Histisol (Al) Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Histic Epipedon (A2) Sandy Redox (S5) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Black Histic (A3) Stripped Matrix (S6) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Stratified Layers (A5) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Other (explain in remarks) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Matrix (F3) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Redox Dark Surface (F6) (C6) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand _ Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) _ Redox Depressions (F8) hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Water -Stained Leaves (69) problematic Restrictive Layer (if observed): Field Observations: Type: Surface water present? Yes Hydric soil present? N Depth (inches) Remarks: HYDROLOGY Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Surface Water (Al) Aquatic Fauna (613) Surface Soil Cracks (136) High Water Table (A2) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Drainage Patterns (1310) Saturation (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Water Marks (61) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots Crayfish Burrows (C8) Sediment Deposits (62) (C3) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Drift Deposits (133) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils X Geomorphic Position (D2) Iron Deposits (135) (C6) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Other (Explain in Remarks) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Water table present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Indicators of wetland Saturation present? Yes No X Depth (inches): hydrology present? N (includes capillary fringe) Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP -C Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S 23, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 0 to 2 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Forada loam VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation X soil X or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? No SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? N Hydric soil present? N Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N f yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 -day rolling precipition total. Sample point was located in cropped field, hence vegetation and soils are significantly distrubed. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 0 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 1 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 0.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 0 x 2= 0 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 0 x 4= 0 0 = Total Cover UPL species 20 x 5 = 100 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 20 (A) 100 (B) 1 Zea mays 20 Y UPL Prevalence Index = B/A = 5.00 2 3 Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 _ Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 Dominance test is >50% 6 _ Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 _ Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 20 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? N Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) Sample point was located in a cropped field. US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP -C Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-33 10YR2/1 100 CL 33-48 10YR3/3 100 Sand *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Histisol (Al) Histic Epipedon (A2) Black Histic (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) _ Stratified Layers (A5) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) _Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Restrictive Layer (if observed): Type: Depth (inches): Remarks: HYDROLOGY _ Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) _ Sandy Redox (S5) _ Stripped Matrix (S6) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Depleted Matrix (F3) Redox Dark Surface (F6) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) Redox Depressions (F8) Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Surface Water (Al) High Water Table (A2) Saturation (A3) Water Marks (61) Sediment Deposits (62) Drift Deposits (133) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Iron Deposits (135) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes Water table present? Yes Saturation present? Yes (includes capillary fringe) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Other (explain in remarks) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or problematic Hydric soil present? N Secondary Indicators (minimum of two reouired) Aquatic Fauna (613) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots (C3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils (C6) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Other (Explain in Remarks) No X Depth (inches): No X Depth (inches): No X Depth (inches): Surface Soil Cracks (136) Drainage Patterns (1310) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Crayfish Burrows (C8) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Geomorphic Position (D2) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP -D2 Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S23, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 0 to 2 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit NameSouthhaven loam qWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation X soil X or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? No SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? N Hydric soil present? N Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N If yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 -day rolling precipition total. Sample point was located in a cropped field, hence vegetation and soils are significantly distrubed. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominant Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 0 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 1 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 0.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Saolino/Shrub stratur (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 0 x 2= 0 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 0 x4= 0 0 = Total Cover UPL species 20 x 5 = 100 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 20 (A) 100 (B) 1 Zea mays 20 Y UPL Prevalence Index = B/A = 5.00 2 3 Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 Dominance test is >50% 6 Prevalence index is <_3.0* 7 Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation* 20 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) "Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? N Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP -D2 Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc** Texture Remarks 0-10 10YR2/1 100 Loam 10-16 10YR2/1 100 16-28 10YR3/4 100 28-48 2.5Y5/3 90 10YR4/6 Sandy clay loam Sandy clay loam 10 C M Sandy clay loam *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Histisol (A1) Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Histic Epipedon (A2) Sandy Redox (S5) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Black Histic (A3) Stripped Matrix (S6) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF1 2) Stratified Layers (A5) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Other (explain in remarks) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Matrix (F3) Algal Mat or Crust (B4) Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Redox Dark Surface (F6) Iron Deposits (135) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) Redox Depressions (F8) hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) problematic Restrictive Layer (if observed): Field Observations: Type: Hydric soil present? N Depth (inches) Remarks: HYDROLOGY Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Surface Water (Al) Aquatic Fauna (1313) Surface Soil Cracks (136) High Water Table (A2) True Aquatic Plants (B14) Drainage Patterns (1310) Saturation (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Water Marks (131) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots Crayfish Burrows (C8) Sediment Deposits (132) (C3) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Drift Deposits (B3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Algal Mat or Crust (B4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils X Geomorphic Position (D2) Iron Deposits (135) (C6) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Water -Stained Leaves (139) Other (Explain in Remarks) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Water table present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Indicators of wetland Saturation present? Yes No X Depth (inches): hydrology present? N (includes capillary fringe) Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP -D1 Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S23, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 0 to 2 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Southhaven loam VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation X soil X or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? No SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? N Hydric soil present? N Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N f yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 -day rolling precipition total. Sample point was located in a cropped field, hence vegetation and soils are significantly distrubed. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 0 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 1 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 0.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 0 x 2= 0 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 0 x 4= 0 0 = Total Cover UPL species 20 x 5 = 100 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 20 (A) 100 (B) 1 Zea mays 20 Y UPL Prevalence Index = B/A = 5.00 2 3 Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 _ Dominance test is >50% 6 _ Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 _ Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 20 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? N Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP -D1 Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-35 10YR2/1 100 SCL 35-48 10YR3/4 100 S *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Histisol (Al) Histic Epipedon (A2) Black Histic (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) _ Stratified Layers (A5) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) _Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Restrictive Layer (if observed): Type: Depth (inches): Remarks: HYDROLOGY _ Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) _ Sandy Redox (S5) _ Stripped Matrix (S6) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Depleted Matrix (F3) Redox Dark Surface (F6) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) Redox Depressions (F8) Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Surface Water (Al) High Water Table (A2) Saturation (A3) Water Marks (61) Sediment Deposits (62) Drift Deposits (133) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Iron Deposits (135) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes Water table present? Yes Saturation present? Yes (includes capillary fringe) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Other (explain in remarks) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or problematic Hydric soil present? N Secondary Indicators (minimum of two reouired) Aquatic Fauna (613) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots (C3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils (C6) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Other (Explain in Remarks) No X Depth (inches): No X Depth (inches): No X Depth (inches): Surface Soil Cracks (136) Drainage Patterns (1310) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Crayfish Burrows (C8) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) X Geomorphic Position (D2) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP -E Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S23, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 0 to 2 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Forada loam VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation X soil X or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? No SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? N Hydric soil present? N Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N f yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 -day rolling precipition total. Sample point was located in a cropped field, hence vegetation and soils are significantly distrubed. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 0 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 1 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 0.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 0 x 2= 0 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 0 x 4= 0 0 = Total Cover UPL species 20 x 5 = 100 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 20 (A) 100 (B) 1 Zea mays 20 Y UPL Prevalence Index = B/A = 5.00 2 3 Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 _ Dominance test is >50% 6 _ Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 _ Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 20 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? N Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP -E Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-12 10YR2/1 100 Loam 12-20 10YR3/2 85 10YR4/6 15 C M Sandy loam 20-30 10YR4/3 80 10YR4/6 20 C M Sand 30-48 10YR5/2 100 Sand *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Surface Water (Al) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Histisol (Al) Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Histic Epipedon (A2) Sandy Redox (S5) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Black Histic (A3) Stripped Matrix (S6) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Stratified Layers (A5) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Other (explain in remarks) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Matrix (F3) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Redox Dark Surface (F6) (C6) Thick Dark Surface (Al2) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand _ Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) _ Redox Depressions (F8) hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Water -Stained Leaves (69) problematic Restrictive Layer (if observed): Field Observations: Type: Surface water present? Yes Hydric soil present? N Depth (inches) Remarks: HYDROLOGY Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Surface Water (Al) Aquatic Fauna (613) Surface Soil Cracks (136) High Water Table (A2) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Drainage Patterns (1310) Saturation (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Water Marks (61) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots Crayfish Burrows (C8) Sediment Deposits (62) (C3) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Drift Deposits (133) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils Geomorphic Position (D2) Iron Deposits (135) (C6) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Other (Explain in Remarks) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes No Depth (inches): Water table present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 34 Indicators of wetland Saturation present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 28 hydrology present? N (includes capillary fringe) Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP -F Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S24, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 0 to 3 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Eckvoll loamy fine sand VWI Classification: None Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation X soil X or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? No SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? N Hydric soil present? Y Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N f yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 -day rolling precipition total. Sample point was located in a cropped field, hence vegetation and soils are significantly distrubed. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominan Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover t Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 0 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 1 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 0.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub straturr (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 0 x 2= 0 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 100 x 4 = 400 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 100 (A) 400 (B) 1 Dactylis glomerata 90 Y FACU Prevalence Index = B/A = 4.00 2 Chenopodium album 10 N FACU 3 Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 _ Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 Dominance test is >50% 6 _ Prevalence index is :53.0* 7 _ Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation" 100 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) 'Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? N Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP -F Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc'* Texture Remarks 0-20 10YR2/1 100 Loam 20-34 10YR4/2 90 10YR4/6 10 C M Sand *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Histisol (Al) Histic Epipedon (A2) Black Histic (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) _ Stratified Layers (A5) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) X Thick Dark Surface (Al2) _Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) Restrictive Layer (if observed): Type: Depth (inches): Remarks: HYDROLOGY _ Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) _ Sandy Redox (S5) _ Stripped Matrix (S6) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Depleted Matrix (F3) Redox Dark Surface (F6) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) Redox Depressions (F8) Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Surface Water (Al) High Water Table (A2) Saturation (A3) Water Marks (61) Sediment Deposits (62) Drift Deposits (133) Algal Mat or Crust (64) Iron Deposits (135) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Water -Stained Leaves (69) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes Water table present? Yes Saturation present? Yes (includes capillary fringe) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF12) Other (explain in remarks) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or problematic Hydric soil present? Y Secondary Indicators (minimum of two reouired) Aquatic Fauna (613) True Aquatic Plants (1314) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots (C3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils (C6) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Other (Explain in Remarks) No X Depth (inches): No X Depth (inches): No X Depth (inches): Surface Soil Cracks (136) Drainage Patterns (1310) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Crayfish Burrows (C8) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) X Geomorphic Position (D2) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Midwest Region Project/Site Haven Ridge City/County: Monticello/ Wright Sampling Date: 5/23/2018 Applicant/Owner: Phoenix Development State: MN Sampling Point: SP -G Investigator(s): A. Krinke, A. Cameron, K. Uhler Section, Township, Range: S24, T121, R25 Landform (hillslope, terrace, etc.): Depression Local relief (concave, convex, none): Concave Slope (%): 0 to 2 Lat: Long: Datum: Soil Map Unit Name Cordova clay loam qWI Classification: PUBF Are climatic/hydrologic conditions of the site typical for this time of the year? N (If no, explain in remarks) Are vegetation X soil or hydrology significantly disturbed? Are "normal circumstances" Are vegetation soil or hydrology naturally problematic? present? No SUMMARY OF FINDINGS (If needed, explain any answers in remarks.) Hydrophytic vegetation present? Y Hydric soil present? Y Is the sampled area within a wetland? N Indicators of wetland hydrology present? N If yes, optional wetland site ID: Remarks: (Explain alternative procedures here or in a separate report.) Climatic conditions were normal based on the gridded database method and below the normal range based on the 30 -day rolling precipition total. Sample point was located in an active hayed field, hence vegetation are significantly distrubed. VEGETATION -- Use scientific names of plants. Absolute Dominant Indicator Dominance Test Worksheet Tree Stratum (Plot size: 30 ) % Cover Species Staus Number of Dominant Species 1 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 1 (A) 2 Total Number of Dominant 3 Species Across all Strata: 1 (B) 4 Percent of Dominant Species 5 that are OBL, FACW, or FAC: 100.00% (A/B) 0 = Total Cover Sapling/Shrub stratur (Plot size: 15 ) Prevalence Index Worksheet 1 Total % Cover of: 2 OBL species 0 x 1= 0 3 FACW species 90 x2= 180 4 FAC species 0 x 3= 0 5 FACU species 10 x4= 40 0 = Total Cover UPL species 0 x 5= 0 Herb stratum (Plot size: 5 ) Column totals 100 (A) 220 (B) 1 Alopecurus pratensis 90 Y FACW Prevalence Index = B/A = 2.20 2 Taraxacum officinale 10 N FACU 3 Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: 4 Rapid test for hydrophytic vegetation 5 X Dominance test is >50% 6 X Prevalence index is <_3.0* 7 Morphogical adaptations* (provide 8 supporting data in Remarks or on a 9 separate sheet) 10 Problematic hydrophytic vegetation* 100 = Total Cover (explain) Woodv vine stratum (Plot size: 15 ) "Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be 1 present, unless disturbed or problematic 2 Hydrophytic 0 = Total Cover vegetation present? Y Remarks: (Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet) Vegetation Consisted of a hay crop, therefore normal circumstances were not present. US Amy Corps of Engineers Midwest Region SOIL Sampling Point: SP -G Profile Description: (Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (Inches) Color (moist) % Color (moist) % Type* Loc** Texture Remarks 0-22 10YR2/1 100 Loam 22-48 10YR4/2 90 10YR4/6 10 C M Sandy clay loam *Type: C = Concentration, D = Depletion, RM = Reduced Matrix, MS = Masked Sand Grains. **Location: PL = Pore Lining, M = Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils: Histisol (A1) Sandy Gleyed Matrix (S4) Coast Prairie Redox (A16) (LRR K, L, R) Histic Epipedon (A2) Sandy Redox (S5) Dark Surface (S7) (LRR K, L) Black Histic (A3) Stripped Matrix (S6) Iron -Manganese Masses (F12) (LRR K, L, R) Hydrogen Sulfide (A4) Loamy Mucky Mineral (F1) Very Shallow Dark Surface (TF1 2) Stratified Layers (A5) Loamy Gleyed Matrix (F2) Other (explain in remarks) 2 cm Muck (A10) Depleted Matrix (F3) Algal Mat or Crust (B4) Depleted Below Dark Surface (A11) Redox Dark Surface (F6) Iron Deposits (135) X Thick Dark Surface (Al2) Depleted Dark Surface (F7) *Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and weltand Sandy Mucky Mineral (S1) Redox Depressions (F8) hydrology must be present, unless disturbed or 5 cm Mucky Peat or Peat (S3) problematic Restrictive Layer (if observed): Field Observations: Type: Hydric soil present? Y Depth (inches) Remarks: HYDROLOGY Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Primary Indicators (minimum of one is required; check all that apply) Secondary Indicators (minimum of two required) Surface Water (Al) Aquatic Fauna (1313) Surface Soil Cracks (136) High Water Table (A2) True Aquatic Plants (B14) Drainage Patterns (1310) Saturation (A3) Hydrogen Sulfide Odor (Cl) Dry -Season Water Table (C2) Water Marks (131) Oxidized Rhizospheres on Living Roots Crayfish Burrows (C8) Sediment Deposits (132) (C3) Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery (C9) Drift Deposits (B3) Presence of Reduced Iron (C4) Stunted or Stressed Plants (D1) Algal Mat or Crust (B4) Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils X Geomorphic Position (D2) Iron Deposits (135) (C6) FAC -Neutral Test (D5) Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery (137) Thin Muck Surface (C7) Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface (138) Gauge or Well Data (D9) Water -Stained Leaves (139) Other (Explain in Remarks) Field Observations: Surface water present? Yes No X Depth (inches): Water table present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 46 Indicators of wetland Saturation present? Yes X No Depth (inches): 42 hydrology present? N (includes capillary fringe) Describe recorded data (stream gauge, monitoring well, aerial photos, previous inspections), if available: Remarks: FAC -Neutral test does not apply because the FACW species present was planted for a hay crop. US Army Corps of Engineers Midwest Region Haven Ridge Site Wetland Delineation Report APPENDIX C Precipitation Data 0 8 3rd Prior 30 Days 2nd Prior 30 Days 1 st Prior 30 Days :1 7 0 5 0 3 K 1 30 - day rolling total Site Visit Climate Conditions Haven Ridge, Monticello Site Visit 5/23/2018 T 0 7..77 .. T 7----,T 3/24/18 4/8/18 4/23/18 5/8/18 0 monthly precip — daily precip 30d rolling total Phoenix Developments, Monticello: Precipitation Summary Source: Minnesota Climatology Working Group Monthly Totals: 2018 Target: T121N R25w S24, fiat: 45.27420 Lon: 93.77638 mon year cc tttN rrW ss nnnn 00000000 pre Tan 2018 86 120N 26W 8 SWCD .28 Feb 2018 86 121N 25w 18 SWCD 1.47 Mar 2018 86 121N 25w 18 SWCD 1.46 Apr 2018 86 121N 25w 18 SWCD 2.56 May 2018 86 121N 25w 18 SWCD 2.82 March/April/May Daily Records Date Precip. Date Precip. Mar 1, 2018 0 Apr 1, 2018 0 Mar 2, 2018 0 Apr 2, 2018 .50 Mar 3, 2018 .30 Apr 3, 2018 .35 Mar 4, 2018 .05 Apr 4, 2018 0 Mar 5, 2018 .40 Apr 5, 2018 0 Mar 6, 2018 .05 Apr 6, 2018 0 Mar 7, 2018 0 Apr 7, 2018 0 Mar 8, 2018 0 Apr 8, 2018 .05 Mar 9, 2018 0 Apr 9, 2018 0 Mar 10, 2018 .05 Apr 10, 2018 0 Mar 11, 2018 0 Apr 11, 2018 0 Mar 12, 2018 0 Apr 12, 2018 0 Mar 13, 2018 0 Apr 13, 2018 .30 Mar 14, 2018 0 Apr 14, 2018 .60 Mar 15, 2018 0 Apr 15, 2018 .50 Mar 16, 2018 0 Apr 16, 2018 0 Mar 17, 2018 0 Apr 175 2018 0 Mar 18, 2018 0 Apr 18, 2018 0 Mar 195 2018 .01 Apr 195 2018 0 Mar 20, 2018 .05 Apr 20, 2018 0 Mar 215 2018 0 Apr 215 2018 0 Mar 22, 2018 0 Apr 22, 2018 0 Mar 235 2018 0 Apr 235 2018 0 Mar 24, 2018 .20 Apr 24, 2018 0 Mar 255 2018 .15 Apr 255 2018 0 Mar 26, 2018 0 Apr 26, 2018 0 Mar 275 2018 0 Apr 275 2018 0 Mar 28, 2018 0 Apr 28, 2018 0 Mar 295 2018 0 Apr 295 2018 .21 Mar 30, 2018 .20 Apr 30, 2018 .05 Mar 315 2018 0 1981-2010 Summary Statistics Date Precip. May 1, 2018 .02 May 2, 2018 0 May 3, 2018 0 May 4, 2018 0 May 5, 2018 0 May 6, 2018 0 May 7, 2018 0 May 8, 2018 .12 May 9, 2018 .05 May 10, 2018 .02 May 11, 2018 .05 May 12, 2018 .05 May 13, 2018 0 May 14, 2018 .30 May 15, 2018 0 May 16, 2018 0 May 17, 2018 0 May 18, 2018 0 May 19, 2018 0 May 20, 2018 .15 May 21, 2018 .02 May 22, 2018 0 May 23, 2018 0 Site Visit May 24, 2018 .01 May 25, 2018 0 May 26, 2018 0 May 27, 2018 0 May 28, 2018 .08 May 29, 2018 1.80 May 30, 2018 .15 May 31, 2018 0 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec WARM ANN WA 30% 0.52 0.39 1.11 1.83 2.41 3.30 2.46 3.28 2.22 1.18 0.79 0.51 15.82 26.82 26.49 70% 0.89 1.04 1.99 3.26 4.03 5.73 4.31 4.06 4.85 3.24 1.99 1.34 21.44 33.61 31.77 mean 0.78 0.71 1.62 2.63 3.32 4.50 3.62 4.03 3.65 2.50 1.55 1.04 19.12 29.94 29.79 Haven Ridge Site Wetland Delineation Report APPENDIX D Aerial Review for Offsite Hydrology Assessment Exhibit 1 Field data sheet reference (if applicable): Wetland Hydrology from Aerial Imagery — Recording Form Project Name: Investigator: Haven Ridge A. Cameron Date: 7/9/2018 Legal Description (S, T, R): Summary Table County: Wright S:23&24 T:121N R:25W Area: QQ Date Number of normal years Climate 10 Image Interpretations) 10 10 Image 10 Condition 10 3 3 Percent with wet signatures 100% 10% Image Source (wet dr 30% Taken (m- normal)' Area: SS Area: XX Area: YY Area: QQ Area: ZZ D -Y) 7/1/1991 FSA Wet NC NV NC NV NV 7/1/1992 FSA Dry NC NV NC NV NV 7/1/1993 FSA Wet NC SS NC SS NV 7/1/1994 FSA Normal (1) NC (1) WS (1) NC (1) WS (1) CS (1) 7/1/1995 FSA Dry NC NV NC NV NV 7/1/1996 FSA Normal (2) NC (2) NV NC (2) CS (2) NV 7/1/1997 FSA Dry NC NV NC NV CS 7/1/1998 FSA Normal (3) NC (3) NV NC (3) NV NV 7/1/2000 FSA Dry NC NSS NC WS NV 7/1/2003 FSA Wet NC DO/CS NC CS CS 7/1/2008 FSA Normal (4) NC (4) NV NC (4) NV NV 7/1/2009 FSA Dry WS NV NC NV NV 7/1/2010 FSA Wet NC NV NC NSS CS 7/1/2013 FSA Wet NC WS NC NSS NV 7/1/2015 FSA Normal (5) NC (5) NV NC (5) NV NV 7/1/2017 FSA Normal (6) NC (6) NV NC (6) NV NV 4/13/2005 Wright Co. Normal (7) SS (7) NSS NC (7) NSS NSS 4/30/2008 Wright Co. Normal (8) SW (8) NSS NC (8) SS (3) SS (2) 4/31/2018 Wright Co. Normal (9) SW (9) NSS NC (9) NSS SS (3) 5/23/2018 KES Drone Normal (10) SW (10) NSS NC (10) NSS NV Normal Climate Condition Area: SS Area: XX Area: YY Area: QQ Area: ZZ Number of normal years 10 10 10 10 10 Number with wet signatures 10 1 10 3 3 Percent with wet signatures 100% 10% 100% 30% 30% WS - wetland signature NC - not cropped DO -drowned out Other labels or comments: SS - soil wetness signature CS - crop stress AP - altered pattern NV - normal vegetative cover SW - standing water NSS — no soil wetness signature • Use above keyto label image interpretations. It is imperative that the reviewerreadandunderstandtheguidance associated with the use of these labels. Ifaltematelabels are used, indicate inbox above. • If less than five (5) images taken during normal climate conditions are available, use an equal number of images taken during wet and dry climate conditions and use as many images as you have available. Describe the results using this methodology in your report. r Use MN State Climatolo—websiteto detennine climate condition Exhibit 1 Field data sheet reference (if applicable): Wetland Hydrology from Aerial Imagery — Recording Form Project Name: Haven Ridge Date: 7/9/2018 County: Wright Investigator: A. Cameron Legal Description (S, T, R): S:23 & 24 T:121N R:25W Summary Table Climate Date Image Image Condition Image Interpretation(s) Taken (M -D -Source (wet, dry, Y) normal)` Area: WW Area: TT Area: Area: Area: 7/1/1991 FSA Wet NC/CS NC 7/1/1992 FSA Dry NC NC 7/1/1993 FSA Wet NC NC 7/1/1994 FSA Normal (1) AP (1) NC (1) 7/1/1995 FSA Dry CS NC 7/1/1996 FSA Normal (2) NC (2) NC (2) 7/1/1997 FSA Dry CS NC 7/1/1998 FSA Normal (3) NC (3) NC (3) 7/1/2000 FSA Dry WS NC 7/1/2003 FSA Wet SW/CS NC 7/1/2008 FSA Normal (4) NC (4) NC (4) 7/1/2009 FSA Dry NC NC 7/1/2010 FSA Wet NC/CS NC 7/1/2013 FSA Wet NC/DO NC 7/1/2015 FSA Normal (5) NC (5) NC (5) 7/1/2017 FSA Normal (6) NC (6) NC (6) 4/13/2005 Wright Co. Normal (7) SS (7) NC (7) 4/30/2008 Wright Co. Normal (8) SW (8) NC/SW (8) 4/31/2018 Wright Co. Normal (9) NC (9) NC (9) 5/23/2018 KES Drone Normal (10) Normal Climate Condition Number of normal years Number with wet signatures Percent with wet signatures WS - wetland signature NC - not cropped DO - drowned out Other labels or comments: NC (10) NC (10) Area: WW Area: TT 10 10 10 10 100% 100% KEY SS - soil wetness signature AP - altered pattern SW - standing water Area: Area: Area: CS - crop stress NV - normal vegetative cover NSS — no soil wetness signature • Use above keyto label image interpretations. It is imperative that the reviewerreadandunderstandtheguidance associated with the use of these labels. Ifaltematelabels are used, indicate inbox above. • If less than five (5) images taken during normal climate conditions are available, use an equal number of images taken during wet and dry climate conditions and use as many images as you have available. Describe the results using this methodology in your report. r Use MN State Climatology website to detennine climate condition Exhibit 1 Field data sheet reference (if applicable): Wetland Determination from Aerial Imagery — Recording Form Project Name: Haven Ridge Date: 7/9/2018 County: Wright Investigator: A. Cameron Legal Description (S, T, R): 5:23 & 24 T:121N R:25W Use the Decision Matrix below to complete Table 1. 100 Yes Hydric Soils Identified on NWI or Percent with wet Field verification 10 present' other wetland map2 signatures from Exhibit 1 require d3 Wetland? Yes Yes >50% No Yes Yes Yes 30-50% No Yes Yes Yes <30% Yes Yes, if other hydrology WW Yes Yes 100 indicators present Yes No >50% No Yes Yes No 30-50% Yes Yes, if other hydrology indicators present Yes No <30% No No No Yes >50% No Yes No Yes 30-50% No Yes No Yes <30% No No No No >50% Yes Yes, if other hydrology indicators present No No 30-50% Yes Yes, if other hydrology indicators present No No <30% No No 1 The presence of hydric soils can be determined from the "Hydric Rating by Map Unit Feature" under "Land Classifications" from the Web Soil Survey. "Not Hydric" is the only category considered to not have hydric soils. Field sampling for the presence/absence ofhydric soil indicators can be used in lieu of the hydric rating if appropriately documented by providing completed field data sheets. 2 At minimum, the most updated NWI data available for the area must be reviewed for this step. Any and all other local or regional wetland maps that are publically available should be reviewed. 3 Area should be reviewed in the field for the presence/absence ofwetland hydrology indicators per the applicable 87 Manual Regional Supplement, including the D2 indicator (geomorphic position). Table 1. Area Hydric Soils Present Identified on NWI or other wetland map Percent withOther wet signatures from Exhibit 1 hydrology indicators present' Wetland. SS Yes Yes 100 Yes Yes XX Yes No 10 No No YY Yes Yes 100 Yes Yes QQ Yes No 30 No No ZZ Yes Yes 30 No No WW Yes Yes 100 Yes Yes TT Yes Yes 100 Yes Yes 1 Answer "N/A" if field verification is not required and was not conducted Area SS i rr4,� f Aerial Review Performed Approx Site Location Offsite Hydrology Assessment West (1991 FSA Photo) N 0 500 Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) 6======1 Feet Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated /� T u A T �/ r on this figure are approximate JnLHATCr FNVIRC]fti hTF.NTAI. SFRL'I[:F5 COMPANYand do not constitute an official survey product. -�►► Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons L Aerial Review Performed Approx Site Location Offsite Hydrology Assessment West (1991 FSA Photo) N 0 500 Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) 6======1 Feet Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated /� T u A T �/ r on this figure are approximate JnLHATCr FNVIRC]fti hTF.NTAI. SFRL'I[:F5 COMPANYand do not constitute an official survey product. -�►► Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons Aerial Review Performed 777jApprox Site Location Offsite Hydrology Assessment East (1991 FSA Photo) N 0 500 Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) 6======1 Feet Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated 1 T T� A T �/ r on this figure are approximate JnLHATCr FNVIRC7fti hTF.NTAI. SFRL'I[:F5 COMPANYand do not constitute an official survey product. -�►► Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons Area SS Aerial Review Performed '! Q Approx Site Location Offsite Hydrology Assessment West (1992 FSA Photo) N 0 500 Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) 6======1 Feet Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated /� T u A T �/ r on this figure are approximate JnLHATCr FNVIRC]fti hTF.NTAI. SFRL'I[:F5 COMPANYand do not constitute an official survey product. -�►► Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons Offsite Hydrology Assessment East (1992 FSA Photo) N 0 500 6====� Feet KJOLH/� T u A T �/�r AUG FNVIR0NNTF.NTAI. SFRVICFS COMPANY -�►► Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated on this figure are approximate and do not constitute an official survey product. Offsite Hydrology Assessment West (1993 FSA Photo) N 0 500 Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) 6======1 Feet Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated rK�* ! 1 T T� A T �/ r on this figure are approximate l LJOLI I_ UG FNVIRON MENTAI. SFRVJCFS COMPANY and do not constitute an official survey product. -�►► Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons Offsite Hydrology Assessment East (1993 FSA Photo) N 0 500 6====� Feet KJOLH/� T u A T �/�r AUG FNVIR0NNTF.NTAI. SFRVICFS COMPANY -�►► Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated on this figure are approximate and do not constitute an official survey product. • a �' Aerial Review Performed IL Approx Site Location Offsite Hydrology Assessment West (1994 FSA Photo) N 0 500 Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) 6======1 Feet Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated /� T u A T �/ r on this figure are approximate JnLHATCr FNVIRC]fti hTF.NTAI. SFRL'I[:F5 COMPANYand do not constitute an official survey product. -�►► Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons Offsite Hydrology Assessment East (1994 FSA Photo) N 0 500 6====� Feet KJOLH/� T u A T �/�r AUG FNVIR0NNTF.NTAI. SFRVICFS COMPANY -�►► Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated on this figure are approximate and do not constitute an official survey product. Offsite Hydrology Assessment West (1995 FSA Photo) N 0 500 6====� Feet KJOLH/� T u A T �/�r AUG FNVIR0NNTF.NTAI. SFRVICFS COMPANY -�►► Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated on this figure are approximate and do not constitute an official survey product. 4 r .a,XX 7\ Area YY / Area ZZ --V f: a Area QQ Area WW -" Area TT r it Art Ak 1. A * i Al • Aerial Review Performed r Q Approx Site Location 71P 0 .ti. Offsite Hydrology Assessment East (1995 FSA Photo) N 0 500 Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) I I Monticello, Minnesota Feet on this figure are approximate Note: Boundaries indicated TJOLuAUG FNVIRONMENTAI- SFRVJCFS COMPANY and do not constitute an official survey product. '-�►► Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons Offsite Hydrology Assessment West (1996 FSA Photo) N 0 500 6====� Feet KJOLH/� T u A T �/�r AUG FNVIR0NNTF.NTAI. SFRVICFS COMPANY -�►► Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated on this figure are approximate and do not constitute an official survey product. Offsite Hydrology Assessment East (1996 FSA Photo) N 0 500 6====� Feet KJOLH/� T u A T �/�r AUG FNVIR0NNTF.NTAI. SFRVICFS COMPANY -�►► Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated on this figure are approximate and do not constitute an official survey product. A r a ,y% V 3 r Area SS CIO ' 4 Aerial Review Performed Approx Site Location Offsite Hydrology Assessment West (1997 FSA Photo) N 0 500 Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) 6======1 Feet Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated /� T u A T �/ r on this figure are approximate JnLHATCr FNVIRC]fti hTF.NTAI. SFRL'I[:F5 COMPANYand do not constitute an official survey product. ►► Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons Offsite Hydrology Assessment East (1997 FSA Photo) N 0 500 6====� Feet KJOLH/� T u A T �/�r AUG FNVIR0NNTF.NTAI. SFRVICFS COMPANY -�►► Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated on this figure are approximate and do not constitute an official survey product. Offsite Hydrology Assessment West (1998 FSA Photo) N 0 500 6====� Feet KJOLH/� T u A T �/�r AUG FNVIR0NNTF.NTAI. SFRVICFS COMPANY -�►► Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated on this figure are approximate and do not constitute an official survey product. Offsite Hydrology Assessment East (1998 FSA Photo) N 0 500 6====� Feet KJOLH/� T u A T �/�r AUG FNVIR0NNTF.NTAI. SFRVICFS COMPANY -�►► Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated on this figure are approximate and do not constitute an official survey product. Offsite Hydrology Assessment West (2000 FSA Photo) N 0 500 6====� Feet KJOLH/� T u A T �/�r AUG FNVIR0NNTF.NTAI. SFRVICFS COMPANY -�►► Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated on this figure are approximate and do not constitute an official survey product. Offsite Hydrology Assessment East (2000 FSA Photo) N 0 500 6====� Feet KJOLH/� T u A T �/�r AUG FNVIR0NNTF.NTAI. SFRVICFS COMPANY -�►► Source: MNGEO Spatial Commons Haven Ridge (KES 2018-051) Monticello, Minnesota Note: Boundaries indicated on this figure are approximate and do not constitute an official survey product. Offsite Hydrology Assessment West (2001 FSA Photo) N 0 500 6====� Feet KJOLH/� T u A T �/�r AUG FNVIR0NNTF.NTAI. 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Nienow, PhD, RPA L IL 574 Blairnue St Paul, MN 55103 May 16, 2019 Kjolhaug Environmental Services Company c/o Melissa Barrett, CWD, LSS 2500 Shadywood Road, Suite 130 Orono, MN 55331 RE: 2019 Phase I Archaeological Survey for Haven Ridge development. In May 2019, Marc David Schulte, via Kjohaug Environmental, contracted with Nienow Cultural Consultants, LLC (NCC) to complete a Phase I archaeological survey related to their Haven Ridge development project in Monticello Township, Wright County, Minnesota (Figures 1 and 2). The project area is located within parts of Sections 23, 24, and 26, Township 121N, Range 25W. Project area is approximately 217 acres, and is primarily in agricultural use (planting and pasture) and includes several wetlands as well as a current farm/residence. NCC services were sought as part of the EAW process. All aspects of the project were overseen by Jeremy L. Nienow, Ph.D., RPA who has a 2019 license to complete Phase I Archaeological Survey within the state of Minnesota (19-040). Prior to archaeological survey NCC conducted a literature review at both the Minnesota Office of the State Archaeologist (OSA) and the Minnesota State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO). This review identified no previously documented sites within the project area, however, 16 known sites and six alpha sites (site leads) were documented within three miles, including one alpha site (21 WRk) immediate adjacent to the project area (Table 1), with the majority of sites found northwest of the project area along the shores of several lakes (Bertram, First, Long, and Mud) connected by Otter Creek. The majority of sites are either lithic in nature (n=10), or historic farmsteads (n=7). Alpha site 21WRk is identified as a lithic debris scatter which included a few pieces of debris (generally waste materials from make stone tools) identified during the Minnesota Statewide Archaeological Survey. No site form was completed for this site. Soils within the project area are primarily sandy to clay loams from the Doreset Complex on 0-6% slopes. More than 25% of the project area was Dorset -Two Inlets complex sandy loam with a typical profile of 0-30cm below ground surface (cmbgs) sandy loam plowzone, over 30-50cmbgs B horizon sandy loam, over 50-80cmbgs BC horizon gravelly loamy sand, over 80cm and below C horizon gravelly coarse sands. Soils closer to wetlands tended to have increased clay, with water table sometimes present below 40cm. Survey work was completed on Mayl0, 13 and 14, 2019 and was conducted by Jeremy L. Nienow, Ph.D., RPA with survey assistance from subconsultants Anastasia Walhovd (Makoons Consulting), Fred Sutherland (Sutherland Relics and Rust), John Strot (John's Archaeological Consulting), Jacquelyn Jones (Solstice Consulting), and Alison Hruby (ARH Consulting). All survey work was completed using standard methods laid out by both the OSA and SHPO archaeology manuals. Survey method consisted primarily of surface survey over all plowed fields (All fields had 30% or greater visibility) with four discontinuous transects of shovel testing. Surface survey covered the majority of the project area with excellent (greater than 80%) visibility. Transects were typically seven to ten meters apart NCC Phase I Survey, Haven Ridge Development, Monticello, Minnesota. Pagel with transects near wetlands five to seven meters apart (Figures 3 and 4). In several situations, plowing had been done right up to the edge of waterways/wetlands. No prehistoric cultural materials were identified during pedestrian survey. Modern trash (plastic, cardboard, etc.), discarded/broken farm implements (plowshares, bolts, etc.) and recreation materials (golf balls) were identified in several locations. Table 1: Archaeological Sites Within Three Miles of Project Area Site Number 21 Shp (alpha site) 21WRh (alpha site) 21WRk (alpha site) 21WRaq (alpha site) 21 WRar (alpha site) 21 WRaz (alpha site) 21 WR42 21 WR70 21 WR99 21WR175 21WR176 21WR177 21WR178 21WR179 21WR180 21WR181 21WR182 21WR183 21WR184 21WR185 21WR186 21WR189 Direction / Distance to Project Area 2.5 miles / NE 1.5 miles / SW Immediate adjacent / SE 2.5 miles / E 2 miles / SW 1.75 miles / SW 2 miles / NE 2 miles / S 1.5miles / E 2.75 miles / NW 2.5 miles / NW 3 miles / NW 3 miles / NW 3 miles / NW 2 miles / W 2.75 miles / NW 3 miles / NW 3 miles / NW 3 miles / NW 2 miles W 2 miles NW 1.75 miles / S Site Type Burial mound / Historic trading dost Burial mound Lithic debris scatter Lithic projectile points Lithic ground stone tool Lithic scatter Lithic scatter Lithic debris Lithic tools and debris scatter Lithic tools and debris scatter Lithic scatter Native American camp site Native American camp site Native American camp site Historic Farmstead Historic Farmstead Historic Farmstead Historic Farmstead Historic Farmstead Historic Farmstead Historic Farmstead Lithic debris Shovel testing was completed in association with several wetlands in the central/eastern portion of the project area, closest to alpha site 21WRk (Figures 5 and 6). Shovel tests were completed typically to 80- 100cm below ground surface with documentation of soils color, texture, and stratigraphy done via notes and photography. Soils were generally documented as 0-1Ocmbgs 1OYR2/2 sod, overlaying 10-3Ocmbgs 3/2 A horizon sandy loam overlaying 30-80cmbgs 10YR5/4 sandy clay. Tests were done at 15m intervals and within 15m of the wetland edge. A total of 38 shovel tests were excavated. All shovel tests were negative for prehistoric materials. An active farm was documented in the center of the project area. The farm goes back as far as the earliest topographic map (1953) and aerial photographs (1940) for the project area. However, based on exterior visual inspection and the 1940 aerial, the original farmhouse was either drastically altered, or demolished and a new home constructed. Foundation, windows, and other structural elements of the house are clearly modern in origin (Figures 7 and 8). Based on these alterations, the farmhouse is likely not eligible to local or national historic registers. To summarize, pedestrian survey was completed in plowed fields and at tightened intervals given proximity of documented archaeological sites in the vicinity and the area's higher probability for archaeological site potential. Shovel tests were completed at standard methodology spacing along a series of wetlands located within the project area. No prehistoric cultural resources were documented during NCC Phase I Survey, Haven Ridge Development, Monticello, Minnesota. Page 2 either surface survey or shovel testing. Late 19th century through modern Euro -American cultural materials related to recreation and farming landscapes were documented but not collected. No archaeological sites were recorded and no additional archaeological survey is recommended at this time. With any project there is the chance of unanticipated discovery. Should archaeological materials surface during any future construction, it is advised a professional archaeologist be consulted. Minnesota Statute 307.08 protects unplatted cemeteries (including burial mounds) and issues guidelines for dealing with unexpected finds. Should human remains be encountered during earth moving activity, all work must stop and local law enforcement must be called. If you have any additional questions or future project work, please do not hesitate to contact us. Sincerely, /40�� / �� LL Jeremy L. Nienow, Ph.D. Nienow Cultural Consultants, LLC Attachments: Figures 1-8. NCC Phase 1 Survey, Haven Ridge Development, Monticello, Minnesota. Page 3 Figure 1: Aerial Image of Project Area Showing Pedestrian Survey and Shovel Tested Areas. NCC Phase 1 Survey, Haven Ridge Development, Monticello, Minnesota. Page 4 ■ I Figure 2: General Project Area on 1961 Monticello (rev. 1981)Topographic Map. NCC Phase 1 Survey, Haven Ridge Development, Monticello, Minnesota. Page 5 Figure 3: Example Surface Survey Conducted in Western Portion of Project Area. Figure 4: Example Surface Survey at Closer Intervals Conducted in Central Project Area. NCC Phase I Survey, Haven Ridge Development, Monticello, Minnesota. Page 6 Figure 5: Shovel Testing of Transect 2. Figure 6: Shovel Testing of Transect 1. NCC Phase 1 Survey, Haven Ridge Development, Monticello, Minnesota. Page 7 Figure 7: Modern Improvements to Farmhouse (Facing North). Figure 8: Modern Improvements to Farmhouse (Facing East). NCC Phase 1 Survey, Haven Ridge Development, Monticello, Minnesota. Page 8 City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 4B. Consideration of a Reauest for Sewer Access Charee Waiver by Monticello RV, Inc. (AS/ML) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND Monticello RV, Inc. has requested a waiver of the sewer access charges (SAC) associated with the proposed installation of a sanitary dump station facility for their recreational vehicle sales use. The installation on the site is considered an amendment to the PUD for the development and is the subject of a separate request. In regard to the requested waiver, staff has confirmed that 1 SAC unit is applicable to the facility. This calculation is based on the city's ordinance requiring calculation of SAC units utilizing the Metropolitan Council system for system impact and has been confirmed with Metropolitan Council staff for applicability. The dump station facility is designed such that it will be directly connected to the municipal sanitary sewer system. The facility will be constructed in accordance with the with the Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC) which requires a minimum of 3 feet by 3 feet smooth slab surface that drains to a drainage system inlet with a self-closing, foot operated hatch. Monticello RV's basis for the waiver request indicates that the dump station will be publicly available and provides a service to the community. Council will note that the Planning Commission has recommended that hours of operation be limited to daylight hours/hours of operation. The request letter further suggests that the waiver is further supported by previously paid SAC charges, which are noted at $22,000. However, the $22,715 paid was for the development's trunk sanitary sewer charges, not SAC charges. Trunk area charges are based on acreage and relate to the oversizing of the sanitary sewer lines and overall trunk sanitary sewer system costs. Actual SAC fees paid with the Monticello RV building permit were $37,756.26. These charges are again based on the calculations for SAC applicable to the building facility and did not include the proposed dump station. As Council is aware, SAC charges are based on the projected impact that the individual building uses and facilities will have on the overall sanitary sewer system. A per RV Dump Station per each charge is proposed to be added to the fee schedule for 2020 with a fee similar to that of a typical single- family household. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS 1. Motion to deny the requested waiver of 1 sewer access charge (SAC) unit for Monticello RV Center dump station facility. 2. Motion to approve the requested waiver of 1 sewer access charge (SAC) unit for Monticello RV Center dump station facility. 3. Motion of other. City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Given this use and impact to the city's sanitary system, staff does not recommend waiver of the charge. As a contributor to the system, payment for commensurate use should be applied consistent with other system users and charges. D. SUPPORTING DATA A. SAC Waiver Request B. City Ordinance, Excerpt 7-2-1 To: City of Monticello RE: Waiver of additional SAC fee for Dump Station To whom it may concern, July 8t", 2019 In exploring the possibility of putting a dump station into our new facility, it came to light that there was no place in the city of Monticello for the public to dump RV black water waste. In conversation with the city sewer and water department, Monticello RV Center has agreed to put in a dump station at our new facility to give the city of Monticello a place for the citizens a place to dump their campers for free. This will prevent the black water being dumped into improper areas in the city. Our initial fee for SAC was in excess of 22,700 since we have 6.09 acres of land. The amount of land is not going to increase our sewage use, but this is the calculation method the city uses. Based on the amount of fee we initially paid for SAC, and the fact that this is going to be used to accommodate the public in Monticello, we are asking that the city waive any additional hook up fees to install this Black water waste station. Thank you for your consideration. Scott Kunz Operating Partner Monticello RV Center CHAPTER 2 WATER AND SEWER SECTION: 7-2-1: Applications, Permits, and Fees 7-2-2: Meters 7-2-3: Private Water Systems 7-2-4: Implied Consent to Rules, Regulations, and Rates 7-2-5: Meter Readings 7-2-6: Billing Regulations 7-2-7: Faulty Meters 7-2-8: Leak in Service Line 7-2-9: Connection Requirements 7-2-10: Water Meter Regulations 7-2-11: Unlawful to Tamper with Meter 7-2-12: Liability for Repairs 7-2-13: Installation of Connections 7-2-14: City not Liable 7-2-15: Storm Water not Permitted in Sanitary Sewer System 7-2-16: Excavation Work and Testing of Meters 7-2-17: Emergency Regulations 7-2-18: Right to Enter Land 7-2-19: Private Water not Permitted in System 7-2-20: Provision for Shut-off for Non-payment 7-2-21: Provision for Collection with Taxes 7-2-1: APPLICATIONS, PERMITS, AND FEES: No person shall make any type of connection to the water system, sanitary sewer system, or storm sewer system except upon making an application therefore on a form provided by the City and receiving a permit issued by the City for such purposes. The application shall include the legal description of the property to be served, the uses for which the connection is requested, and the size of the service line to be used. No connection shall be made with respect to any sanitary sewer, water system, or storm sewer system serving the property of any person or occupants of the land, parcel, or premises affected that have not paid or provided for the payment of the full and proportionate share of the said utilities. At the time of taking such application, there shall be paid to the City Treasurer the following fees for the following purposes: (A) For service to property to which service lines have not been previously run from the street laterals to the property line, the owner, occupant, or user shall pay into the Treasury an amount not less than the cost of making the necessary connection taps, and installation of pipe and appurtenances to provide service to the property and the necessary street repairs. MONTICELLO CITY ORDINANCE TITLE VII / Chapter 2 / Page I (B) For service to property to which service lines have been run to the property line but which have not been paid for, the owner, occupant, or user shall pay in cash or agree to pay charges in the form of special assessments to be levied against the property to be spread over a number of years coincident with maturity requirements of any special improvement bonds sold for the purpose of financing the construction of sanitary sewer, municipal water, or storm sewer system serving the property. Said cash payment or assessment charge shall be in the principal amount of not less than the payments made by or charges placed against comparable properties for like services for such sanitary sewer, water, or storm sewer system in an amount as may be established by the Council. In the instance of services run to the property lines as provided under (A) hereinabove, the payment to the Clerk of any amount required under item (B) shall be reduced by the amount paid to the City under item (A) hereof. Payment to the treasury in the form of a special assessment charge shall be in the form of equal annual installments together with interest on the unpaid balance. (C) The below water connection rate schedule applies to a premise that does not have city water. It also applies where a premise had city water and then changes the size of the water connection. Size of Line Rate of Flow Hookup Charge 1" 1 $ 300 + Cost 1-1/4" 2.1 425 + Cost 1-1/2" 3.2 550 + Cost 2" 6.3 700 + Cost 3" 17.6 900 + Cost 4" 36.2 1,200 + Cost 6" 116.6 1,500 + Cost 8" 220.0 2,000 + Cost Costs include cost of a water meter and those costs (if service line necessary) in (A) above. The hookup charge for water is based upon the following factors: Some means of recovering a portion of water main costs not assessed. 2. Portion of oversizing of water main not assessed should be recovered. 3. A hookup charge should be based on service line flow capabilities. (D) Where application is made for connection of any single family residence to the sanitary sewer system, a connection fee adopted by the City Council for treatment plant plus trunk sanitary sewer shall be paid to the Clerk. Charges for public, commercial, and institutional facilities shall be the multiplication of the MONTICELLO CITY ORDINANCE TITLE VII / Chapter 2 / Page 2 current unit charge established by Council times the parameter times the unit equivalent. Any fraction of a parameter shall be rounded to the nearest whole parameter. (#288, 3/24/97) (#126, 9/13/83) For various commercial, public, and institutional facilities, refer to the most recent version of the Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES) SAC criteria. Use the plumbing code for those items not included in the MCES criteria. The City uses the MCES criteria as the basis for calculating our SAC rates but the City reserves the right to vary from the MCES criteria to accommodate those uses which are deemed to be unique. (#538, 12/12/11) For various commercial, public, and institutional facilities not listed in the MCES SAC criteria, the parameter for determining the sewer connection fee shall be calculated as follows: One (1) unit charge for each 274 gallons of maximum flow per day. (#288, 3/24/97) (#126, 9/13/83) (#538, 12/12/11) Before proceeding with the construction, enlargement, alteration, or repair of any water or sewer lines connecting the water system, sanitary sewer system, or storm sewer system and any house or building, the owner or his agent shall first obtain a permit for such purpose from the City through its Clerk. The applicant shall pay to the Clerk a fee of Seven Dollars and Fifty Cents ($7.50) for each permit. The plumbing inspector shall examine all applications before construction is begun; and after the construction, enlargement, alteration, or repair is complete, the plumbing inspector shall be notified. It shall be unlawful to cover any connecting line until an inspection has been made and such connection and the work incident thereto has been approved by the City as a proper and suitable connection. (#32, 7/11/77) 7-2-2: METERS: Before any water conveyed through the city water system shall be used or utilized on the land or premises of any person, there shall first be installed a water meter that will accurately measure the water consumed on the premises. All meters for residential housing and such other connections as may permit the use of the same kind of water meter shall be furnished by the City as set forth above at such time as the water connection change has been paid. In the event special meters are required for commercial or industrial connections, then the applicant shall furnish a meter of the type approved by the City for such connection, and an allowance shall be MONTICELLO CITY ORDINANCE TITLE VII / Chapter 2 / Page 3 City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 4C. Consideration to approve a request for Amendment to Planned Unit Development for Vehicle Sales & Rental for addition of an accessory Dump Station Facilitv, Citv Ordinance No. 725. Applicant: Kinghorn Construction — Tucker Osterberg (AS) Property: Legal: Lot 1, Block 1, Groveland 5th Addition PID: 155-253-001010 Planning Case Number: 2018-047 A. REFERENCE & BACKGROUND Request(s): Amendment to Planned Unit Development Deadline for Decision: August 5, 2019 Land Use Designation: Places to Shop Zoning Designation: Planned Unit Development The purpose of the Groveland 5th Addition — Monticello RV PUD District is to provide for the development of certain real estate subject to the District for Vehicle Sales and Rental Uses. Permitted and accessory uses within the PUD are as permitted in the B-3 (Highway Business) District. Overlays/Environmental Regulations Applicable: Freeway Bonus Sign Overlay District Current Site Use: Vacant Surrounding Land Uses: North: Highway Commercial (RV Dealership) East: Self -Storage Commercial South: Single Family Residential West: Vacant Commercial Project Description: The applicant previously received approval for a Planned Unit Development in March of 2019. At this time, the applicant seeks to modify the approved site plan to incorporate the addition of an accessory support facility, a vehicle sewage dump station. The station will provide sewage dump facilities for recreational vehicles. The proposed station facility is to be located at the southerly side of the building site. The applicant proposes the facility as a public 24-hour service with general operation anticipated to be during normal business hours and weekends. City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 Accessory Uses Since the time of the Planning Commission meeting, the owner/developer has modified the proposed dump station design. The facility will now connect directly into the city's sanitary sewer system. No underground holding tank as described below will be necessary. However, the connection point for users of the dump station facility will still be located as shown on the site plans, with an underground pipeline connection to the municipal system under the proposed and shown concrete pad area. The conditions of approval are not affected by this change. The dump station was to include an approximately 1,000 gallon underground chamber, with dimensions of 10' in length and 5' in width. The tank itself was to be below grade and located within a concrete pad area, located on the east end of the pad site. A liquid propane (LP) bulk fuel tank will be located on the left (west) side of the pad. The proposed dimensions of the concrete pad area for the dump station facility are approximately 25' in length and 5' in width, with a total area of approximately 125 square feet. The Zoning Ordinance allows buildings and structures accessory to the principal use as permitted provided that the use may not exceed 30% of the gross floor space of the principal use. The 125 square foot concrete pad and dump station facility area are less than 1% of the 18,200 square foot building/principal use area. As such, the area of impact is far less than permitted by code. In addition to the area requirements for accessory structures, the code outlines a series of requirements for accessory uses, for which comments are provided below as related to the proposed use. All accessory uses and accessory structures shall meet the following standards: (a) Directly serve the principal use or structure; Comment: The proposed use, including both the bulk fuel and dump station, provide an accessory support service for customers and users of the principal use Recreation Vehicle Sales facility. (b) Be customarily accessory and clearly incidental and subordinate to the principal use and structure, Comment. The proposed accessory facility is well under the 30% maximum accessory structure allowance prescribed by code. (c) Be subordinate in area, extent, and purpose to the principal use or structure; Comment: The use complies with this requirement. The accessory use is secondary and supporting to the principal use of the site as a Recreational Vehicle Sales use. 2 City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 (d) Be owned or operated by the same person as the principal use or structure; Comment: The facility will be operated by Monticello RV as owner and operator of the property. (e) Be located on the same lot as the principal use or structure, subject to the Public Improvement Project Exception as regulated by Section 6.2 (D)(1); Comment: The station facility is on-site and is proposed to be located along the southerly property line of the development. The concrete pad area for the station is setback approximately 35' from the south property line. (� Not be constructed or established prior to the time the principal use or structure is constructed or established, subject to the Public Improvement Project Exception as regulated by Section 6.2 (D)(1); Comment: Required as a condition of approval. (g) Together with the principal use or structure, not violate any standards of this Ordinance, Comment. The applicant has not proposed any additional lighting of the proposed facility and indicates that any odor from the dump station facility will be minimal. The facility is screened by both existing and proposed landscaping on site, and the existing grade of the site is below adjacent residential properties providing additional screening benefit. However, given the nature of the facility, the adjacent residential, and the lack of lighting at the location, staff would propose that the hours of operation for the facility be limited to operation hours of the principal use, or restricted to daylight hours. (h) Not be located within platted or recorded easements or over underground public utilities; Comment: Compliant. As noted, the facility is set back 35 feet or more from the property line and therefore outside the perimeter drainage and utility easements. (i) An accessory building shall be considered an integral part of the principal building if it is connected to the principal building either directly or by an enclosed passageway. Such accessory buildings shall adhere to requirements for the principal building. Comment: Not applicable. 0) If a principal building is proposed to be removed with no immediate replacement, all accessory structures shall also be removed. Comment: Not applicable. 3 City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 Site Plan. The concrete pad area for the facility lies within the existing proposed impervious area along the south side of the building. The site plans demonstrate no loss of parking for employee or customer parking areas. There appears to be no change to proposed sales areas on the site. Recreational vehicles will circulate around the east side of the building to the dump station facility, then exit along the west side of the building per the route illustrated on the site plan. As noted, within the same concrete pad area, the applicant has revised the site plan to include an accessory LP storage tank. The storage of bulk fuels is a permitted accessory use in the B-3 zoning district, and therefore allowed within the PUD. The size of the LP tank is limited by ordinance to 1,000 gallons. As a condition of approval, the applicant is required to comply with all regulations pertaining to accessory bulk fuel storage per Section 5.3(D)(9) of the zoning ordinance. The grading and concrete pad area will be required to be designed for both drainage and discharge prevention per the City Engineer's recommendations. Screening & Landscaping. The proposed dump station facilities will be located underground, with the exception of the connection point, with protective bollards and surrounding concrete pad visible on the surface. The existing berm along the south side of the site, coupled with the existing tree line and proposed landscaping in that area will provide screening of the facility from the adjoining residential uses to the south. However, to further buffer the potential for vehicle headlight glare using the facility and any associated noise, staff would recommend that the applicant limit the hours of operation to daylight or facility hours. The revised landscaping plan submitted with this application illustrates the loss of three overstory trees on site from the prior approval; two at the entrance area of the site and one on the southwest corner of the sales area. These will be required to be shown on the landscaping plan consistent with the approved final stage PUD plan. In addition, the applicant is required to add the required number of perimeter plantings for the bulk fuel tank use along the southerly line of the site. Lighting. No revised photometric plan has been submitted with this application. As such, the applicant's previously approved lighting plan applies. The plan is included as an exhibit to this request and relies on only lights (seven total) in the sales/parking lot area along the north boundary of the paved area, and seven wall -pack fixtures on the building, only one of which would be on the south side of the building. These fixtures all appear to be designed to cast light downward, and the photometric plan shows zero foot-candles of light spread well within the boundaries of the site. The approved lighting plan therefore further supports the use of the dump station facility only during daylight hours. C! City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 Signage. Any directional signage for the facility will be required to meet Monticello Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 4.5 for signage. Permitting, Grading and Drainage, and Utilities. The City Engineer has provided a separate report addressing these and other engineering aspects of the proposal. PLANNING COMMISSION REVIEW & RECOMMENDATION The Planning Commission reviewed this item and held a public hearing on the request at the regular July 2, 2019 meeting. The Commission received public testimony from property owner representative Scott Kunz regarding the proposal. Mr. Kunz indicated that the location on site selected for the facility reduces potential conflict for recreational vehicles entering or exiting the garage bays on the east and west side of the building, and minimizes other circulation conflicts which may occur if placed in another location on the site. The location allows vehicles to pull in, utilize the dump station and LP facility and then circulate out around the building. Mr. Kunz indicated that they would comply with the conditions in Exhibit Z with exception of condition 7 requiring payment for the additional 1 unit of SAC required for the facility. Mr. Kunz asked that the SAC charge be waived based on fees already paid for the development. Compliance with other conditions will include the restriction on use of the facility to daylight or business hours. Mr. Kunz noted that they will maintain the facility and that odor will be minimal. He suggested that odor would be less than if recreational vehicles were allowed to remain on site without pumping. Tucker Osterberg, representing Kinghorn Construction, addressed the Commission as a construction representative for the site. Mr. Osterberg confirmed that the tank is plastic, with an approximately 30 -year warranty. The dump station facility is connected to the city system for liquids; solids will be pumped from the facility. Chair Murdoff clarified with staff that the sewer access charges would be a City Council decision. Staff confirmed. Resident Carissa Bloomdahl at 10101 Park Place Drive addressed the Commission during the hearing. She noted concern regarding property value impact related to the overall site use and the addition of the sewage dump station. Commissioner Zimpfer confirmed that the photometric plan will be complied with such that additional light does not spill onto the adjacent residential. Commissioner Peterson recommended that Condition #2 be amended to require the more limiting of the two requirements for hours of operation. She also noted that she would be opposed to waiver of the SAC fee. 5 City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 The Commission asked for confirmation on the hours of operation. Mr. Kunz confirmed that the dealership facility hours are limited to daylight hours for the most part. He also noted the presence of the berm and landscaping screening on the south side of the property. After discussion, the Commission voted to recommend the amendment, with Commissioner Peterson voting in dissent. In their motion, the Commission did not recommend the lesser of two use restrictions for Condition #2, but did recommend Council consider a waiver of the SAC fees. As noted above, since the time of the Planning Commission meeting, the dump station design has been modified to connect directly into the city's sanitary sewer system. The connection point for users of the dump station facility will still be located as shown on the site plans, with an underground pipeline connection to the municipal system under the proposed concrete pad area. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS Planning Commission recommended approval of the PUD amendment, 4-1, with Commissioner Peterson in dissent. The outcome of condition 7 shall be determined based on the outcome of the Council's decision on the request for waiver of SAC. 1. Motion to approve Ordinance No. 725 for an amendment to PUD for the Groveland 5th Addition — Monticello RV PUD District, subject to the conditions in Exhibit Z as recommended by the Planning Commission, including the comments of the City Engineer. 2. Motion to deny. 3. Motion to table action on the amendment to PUD, subject to submission of additional information from applicant or staff. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval of the proposed accessory use, subject to the conditions found in Exhibit Z. These types of facilities are common accessory uses to Recreational Vehicle Dealerships and the overall site impact is minimal. The comments of the City Engineer address the utility system impact and required permitting and construction. D. SUPPORTING DATA A. Resolution PC -2019-021, Amendment to PUD B. Ordinance No. 725, Draft C. Aerial Site Image D. Applicant Narrative E. Revised Civil Plans, including: a. Title Sheet b. Details c. Existing Topography n City Council Agenda: 07/22/2019 d. Grading, Drainage & Erosion Control Plan e. Utility and Paving Plan f. Site Plan g. Landscape Plan h. Facility Detail F. Approved Final Stage PUD Plans a. Site Plan b. Landscaping c. Photometric Plan G. City Engineer's Letter, dated July 25th, 2019 H. Draft Amendment to Development Agreement Z. Conditions of Approval EXHIBIT Z Amendment to PUD - Groveland 511 Addition — Monticello RV PUD District Lot 1, Block 1, Groveland 5` Addition Planning Commission Recommendation 1. The dump station facility will not be operational prior to the time the principal use or structure is constructed or established. 2. Hours of operation for the dump station facility will be limited to daylight or principal building facility hours. 3. Accessory bulk fuel storage shall comply with all regulations for bulk fuel storage per Section 5.3(D)(9) of the zoning ordinance, including a maximum capacity size of 1,000 gallons. 4. Compliance with the final stage PUD landscaping plan approved on March 25th, 2019, with the addition of required plantings associated with the accessory bulk fuel storage. 5. Compliance with the recommendations of the City Engineer's report dated July 25th, 2019. 6. Accessory facility is subject to all required state and local permitting requirements. 7. Subject to payment of the required applicable Sewer Access Charge of 1 unit. Planning Commission recommended Council consider waiver of the fee. 8. Execute an Amendment to Development Agreement for the Planned Unit Development. 9. Comments and recommendations of other staff and Planning Commission. 7 CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA PLANNING COMMISSION RESOLUTION NO. PC -2019-021 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MONTICELLO RECOMMENDING APPROVAL OF AMENDMENTS TO THE MONTICELLO ZONING ORDINANCE AFFECTING THE DEFINITIONS AND USES, THE SUBJECT ZONING DISTRICT, DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT, PERMITTED USES, SITE PLAN, BUILDING PLANS, AND PHASING FOR GROVELAND 5TH ADDITION — MONTICELLO RV PUD DISTRICT WHEREAS, the applicant has submitted a request to divide its property along parcels; and WHEREAS, the applicant received original approvals for such subdivision and a