BAXTER -- The Baxter City Council Tuesday approved the final plat of Cedardale South, an addition, when fully occupied, that will add 38 additional homes in the city.
All 38 proposed residential lots will be served by city water and sewer. The final plat was approved with several conditions, including that water and sewer be extended the the east and west area of Jordan Road South and to the south of Norway Spruce Drive South.
In other action, the city formally removed the 540-acre annexation petition north of the city as part of the annexation agreement with the city of Brainerd.
The city authorized the payment of $29,640 to Lifestyle Builders for construction of the city hall additions with one condition. Council Member Mark Cross brought up environmental concerns he had over the construction project because silt fences for tree protection weren't installed. The council agreed to not make the payment until the fencing was installed.
The city approved the preliminary plat for the First Addition to Wildflower with conditions.
Woodridge Townhomes' conditional use permit for a planned unit development was also approved with conditions.
A conditional use permit was approved for a veterinary hospital on Woida Road owned by Dr. Steven Rehnblom with conditions.
The Paige and Blair First Addition plans and specifications were accepted.
The city authorized the construction of a "Welcome To Baxter" sign to be posted near the new Highway 371 bypass bridge at a cost of $25,000.
The bike/pedestrian concept trail map was approved and public hearings will be set to amend the new map into the city's comprehensive plan.
MnDOT representatives presented an overview of the Highway 210 improvement project slated for construction in 2002.
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