Within 30 days after the viewers' report is filed, the auditor must make a property owners' report from the information in the viewers' report showing for each property owner benefited or damaged by the proposed drainage project:
(1) the name and address of the property owner;
(2) each lot or tract and its area that is benefited or damaged;
(3) the total number and value of acres added to a tract or lot by the proposed drainage of public waters, wetlands, and other areas not currently being cultivated;
(4) the number of acres and amount of benefits being assessed for drainage of areas which before the drainage benefits could be realized would require a public-waters-work permit to work in public waters under section 103G.245 to excavate or fill a navigable water body under United States Code, title 33, section 403, or a permit to discharge into waters of the United States under United States Code, title 33, section 1344;
(5) the number of acres and amount of benefits being assessed for drainage of areas that would be considered conversion of a wetland under United States Code, title 16, section 3821, if the area was placed in agricultural production;
(6) the damage, if any, to riparian rights;
(7) the amount of right-of-way acreage required;
(8) the amount that each tract or lot will be benefited or damaged;
(9) the net damages or benefits to each property owner;
(10) the estimated cost to be assessed to the property owner based on the cost of the drainage project in the engineer's detailed survey report; and
(11) a copy of the benefits and damages statement under section 103E.321, subdivision 2, paragraph (a), relating to the property owner.
The auditor must mail a copy of the property owners' report to each owner of property affected by the proposed drainage project, and may prepare and file an affidavit of mailing.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes