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La Crescent Township Annual Meeting and Election of Officers

La Crescent Township Annual Meeting and Election of Officers

Notice is hereby given to all qualified voters of La Crescent Township, County of Houston, State of Minnesota, of the Annual Election of Town Officers and Annual Town Meeting being held Tuesday, March 9, 2021 In case of inclement weather, the meeting and election may be postponed until March 9, 2021. Sample ballots will be posted at all regular posting locations.

The Election poll hours will be open from 4:00PM to 8:00PM at the Township Hall at which time the voters will elect:

Supervisor A – Special 2-year term
Roy Lemke (Filed)

Supervisor D – 3-year term
Jason Wieser (Filed)

The Annual Meeting will commence at 8:15PM to conduct all necessary business prescribed by law and will be held at the La Crescent Community/Fire Building in La Crescent, MN. The Election Canvassing Board will meet immediately after.

Further information may be obtained by calling Karen Schuldt, Clerk at (507) 895-6055 #1.

Keep Our Ditches Clean

La Crescent Township

Ordinance Number 2010-11

The Board of Supervisors of the Town of La Crescent ordains as follows;
1. It is a violation of this ordinance to put something down the storm sewer (ditch) except rain
water or non treated waters.
2. All violations of this Ordinance shall be considered a misdemeanor punishable by the maximum
extent allowed by law.
3. Each day a violation of this ordinance is committed or permitted to continue shall constitute a
separate offense and shall be punishable as such under this ordinance.
4. Adopted by Township Board of La Crescent on April 12, 2010.
This Ordinance is effective upon publication.
Dated: 04/12/2010
Dated: 04/12/2010

La Crescent Township

La Crescent Township is an urban township with a majority of the land consisting of agriculture, forest land and numerous residential developments. In fact, the township is somewhat unique among townships within the county because of its diverse land area and development.

Perhaps the most distinguishing natural features in the township are the steep bluffs covered with hardwood forests and a number streams, and lowlands cutting through the bluffs. Some of the streams represent environmentally sensitive areas in that they are classified as trout streams. The Mississippi River including a number of major sloughs run along the eastern border of the township and serves as a source of recreation as well as river commerce.