NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
PRIVATE PROPERTY OWNER
SNOW DEPOSIT ON HIGHWAY LIABILITY Snow dumped, plowed, or shoveled onto a public road can create a real hazard for motorists and snow plows. Even heavy snow plows can be forced into the opposite driving lane when hitting compacted, frozen snow deposited on highways. Plowing snow onto a public road may be punishable as a misdemeanor (Minn. Statutes 169.42 and 160.27). Furthermore, the person responsible for depositing snow onto the highway may also be liable in a civil lawsuit if damages or injuries occur as a result of that action. Your understanding of, and cooperation with, County Highway workers is appreciated. Aaron VanMoer, P.E.
Lyon County Highway Engineer
WILLMAR, Minn. – The Minnesota Department of Transportation and its partners, the City of Marshall, Lyon County and the Marshall Area Transportation Group are pleased to release the Highway 23 Marshall Safety Assessment final report.
SRF, Inc. was contracted by partners in early 2016 to conduct the safety assessment. The purpose was to evaluate the current and future performance of Highway 23 through Marshall, facilitate a discussion between local partners, stakeholders and the public, provide a list of opportunities and recommendations and establish priorities to improve the safety of Highway 23 and to develop a common vision to identify, prioritize and design future safety improvements.
Salary Compliance Notice Chapter 156 of the Session Laws of 2005 [471.701] [SALARY DATA.]: A city or county with a population of more than 15,000 must annually notify its residents of the positions and base salaries of its three highest-paid employees. This notice may be provided on the homepage of the primary Web site maintained by the political subdivision for a period of not less than 90 consecutive days, in a publication of the political subdivision that is distributed to all residents in the political subdivision, or as part of the annual notice of proposed property taxes prepared under section 275.065. The following 2017 information is provided pursuant to this statute:
County Attorney $121,888
County Administrator $112,260
County Sheriff $108,820
Portions of County State Aid Highway 10 and 24 are under construction at this time. Please see the attached map for the construction area and detour routes