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Crow Wing County offers land use workshop

The workshop is an opportunity to learn and understand rules and regulations for developing and improving property within Crow Wing County.

Crow Wing County Land Services Building exterior
Crow Wing County Land Services Building is located at 322 Laurel St. in Brainerd.
Frank Lee / Brainerd Dispatch

BRAINERD — Crow Wing County is offering a land use informational workshop regarding land use permit regulations, requirements, grant opportunities, proposed ordinance revisions, geographic information system map training and more.

The workshop is for residents of Crow Wing County and contractors working around lakes in the county, but all are welcome to attend. The workshop will take place from 9 a.m. to noon March 30 at the Crow Wing County Land Services Building at 322 Laurel St. in Brainerd.

“This workshop is an opportunity to learn and understand rules and regulations for developing and improving property within Crow Wing County,” stated Jake Frie, environmental services supervisor, in a news release.

The county’s land use ordinance is designed to achieve measurable results in keeping lakes healthy. Site-specific performance standards such as stormwater management, vegetated buffers and septic system maintenance are part of the county ordinance requirements.

Registration for the workshop is encouraged and preferred but is not required. To register, visit www.crowwing.us/landservices and click on the registration link or stop by the Land Services Building.

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For more information about the informational workshop, call 218-824-1010.

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