CAPITOL CHATTER Lawmakers look to business tax, permit changes
By Andrew Tellijohn
Minnesota businesses will pay less in corporate property taxes and have an easier time obtaining state permits if Republican lawmakers have their way during the 2012 legislative s... Posted on 1/23/12 at 11:50 AM
WORTHINGTON — Proposals for two livestock expansion projects in rural Adrian and an auto repair business in rural Worthington were presented to Nobles County Planning Commission members Wednesday night for preliminary approval of conditional use permits.
WORTHINGTON — The Nobles County Planning and Zoning Commission approved five requests for conditional use permits at its Wednesday night meeting, which will result in the expansion of existing swine, beef and dairy feeding operations near Ellsworth, Adrian, Wilmont and Worthington.
Permit request approved despite opposition
WORTHINGTON — The Nobles County Planning Commission Wednesday night approved the first step in the permitting process for Lynch Livestock to move from its present site along Worthington’s southeast beltline to a new location along Minnesota 60, northeast of Worthington.
Tru Shine Wash must find alternate site for material
WORTHINGTON — The Nobles County Planning Commission denied a request from Tru Shine Truck Wash, Worthington, to continue to operate a waste disposal site in the northeast quarter of Section 1, Ransom Township, during its meeting Wednesday night.
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