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Maple Grove City Council Sets Public Hearing for Cook Lake Maple Grove Street, Utility Project

Dec 09, 2018 05:46PM ● By Wendy Erlien

Cook Lake Maple Grove city project (graphic provided by city of Maple Grove)

At the Nov. 19 meeting, the Maple Grove City Council approved the adoption of a resolution establishing the Cook Lake Maple Grove area street and utility project which orders a "feasibility report, receiving surety, receiving feasibility report and ordering public hearing."

The proposed development includes of "42 single family lots, one large lot with an existing residence, and 50% open space provided per shoreland requirements," according to documents presented to the council.  

The area is 27-acres, with Cook Lake on the north and west, Corcoran on the west, Lord of Life Lutheran Church on the east and Bass Lake Road to the south.

The estimated cost is $2,854,089, according to documents, for proposed roadway, stormwater, sanitary sewer and water main improvements.  The project would impact Cook Lake Maple Grove, four surrounding parcels and include water main relocation and storm sewer improvements "in anticipation of future county roadway widening," according to city documents. 

A public hearing on the proposed project is 7:30 p.m. Jan. 7, 2019 at the Maple Grove Government Center.

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