The primary item of interest in this meeting is a public hearing on the proposed Agricultural Performance Standards and Manure Storage and Management Ordinances. The other hearing for this meeting was supposed to cover the Draft Land Division, Condominium, and Surveying Regulations Ordinance. The Land Division Ordinance hearing has been postponed.

The committee will be taking the comments made during the hearing under advisement and will use those comments to improve the ordinance.

The meeting also marks the retirement of long-term county employee Dan Prestabak, and this meeting included a farewell to Dan.

To all whom it may concern, public notice is hereby given to all residents in Dunn County that the Dunn County Land Conservation Committee will hold a public hearing on a proposed Agricultural Performance Standards and Manure Storage and Management Ordinance, final draft, on December 22, 2020, at 9:00 a.m. by teleconference (due to the COVID-19 pandemic). Instructions on providing comments during the Public Hearing will be included on the publically noticed Land Conservation/Planning, Resource, and Development Committee meeting agenda. A copy of the proposed ordinance is available for public inspection by appointment at the Dunn County Land and Water Conservation Office, 3001 U.S. Highway 12 East, Suite 240A, Menomonie, WI 54751. Contact Dan Prestebak, County Conservationist, at 715-231-6535 with questions, to schedule an appointment to review the ordinance, or to obtain a copy of the proposed ordinance. A copy of the proposed ordinance is also available for public inspection on the Dunn County web page: AD5BEC210A89&Type=B_BASIC

The first video is the general meeting of the Committee, and the second is the public hearing, which started at 9 AM.

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