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6105.1260 LAND MANAGEMENT; ZONING.

Subpart 1.

County ordinances.

The counties of Lac qui Parle, Chippewa, Yellow Medicine, Renville, and Redwood shall each enact or amend such ordinances and maps as necessary to:

A.

establish scenic and recreational river land use districts as applicable according to part 6105.1250, to include the lands identified by the land use district descriptions; and

B.

conform to the provisions of parts 6105.0010 to 6105.0250 except for extraction of sand and gravel which shall continue to be a conditional use under the regulatory discretion of local governments.

Subp. 2.

Municipality ordinances.

The municipalities of Montevideo, Granite Falls, North Redwood, and Morton shall enact or amend such ordinances and maps as necessary to:

A.

establish scenic and recreational river land use districts as applicable according to part 6105.1250 to include the lands identified by the land use district descriptions;

B.

conform to the use, dimensional, and sanitary provisions of the recreational development classification of parts 6120.3100; 6120.3300, subparts 2, 3, 5, and 6; 6120.3400; and the provisions of parts 6105.0130 to 6105.0190 and 6105.0210 to 6105.0250; and

C.

the vegetative cutting provisions of part 6105.0150 shall conform to the structural setback pattern specified in parts 6120.3100 to 6100.3800.

Subp. 3.

Transferred land.

If land is annexed, incorporated, or in any other way transferred to another jurisdiction, a moratorium shall exist on all construction, grading and filling, and vegetative cutting until the newly responsible unit of government adopts zoning for that land. The zoning shall meet the provisions of this management plan which applied to the land before the transfer. This provision does not apply to work for which lawful permits were previously issued.

Subp. 4.

More protective rules.

All local ordinances and regulations which are more protective than those required to be adopted by this management plan may be continued.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 104.35

Published Electronically:

June 11, 2008