County Board approves drone purchase for Auditor’s Office

2018-11-01

By Amy Newsom
Correspondent

The Sibley County Board, at its regular meeting in Gaylord on Tuesday morning, Oct. 23, unanimously approved the purchase of a drone in the amount of $15,274.93 for buffer enforcement.  


According to Ditch Inspector Aaron Goemann, the county will be responsible for those not in compliance with the 1-rod (16.5 ft.) buffer strip requirement.   Goemann said the county is okay with the 50-foot requirement because only one landowner was not compliant,  but they expect about 400 not in compliance with the 1-rod requirement.    Goeman said they will send out letters to landowners once they receive the names of those who are non-compliant from Sibley Soil and Water Conservation District. Goemann stated that landowners will have 11 months to become compliant.

Find the complete story in the November 1, 2018 edition f the Arlington Enterprise.

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