WASHBURN COUNTY: Totogatic River, Dandrea Acquisition Project

Purpose

Washburn County is purchasing a 20 acre parcel in the Town of Minong which includes one-half mile of the Totogatic River, a designated state wild river.

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River Grant
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RM-042-10
2009
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Reports and Documents
Washburn County owns a significant amount of the frontage along the Totagatic River. A 40-acre private "in-holding" existed within Section 12 of East Minong Township. In October of 2000, the County acquired the north 20 acres of this parcel. County acquisition would assure that this 20 acre parcel would not be developed into cabin or housing lots. The Totagatic River meanders along the north boundary and the parcel contains approximately 2200 feet of river frontage.
Photos and maps of the location of the Dandrea Acquisition Project as taken from the property appraisal.
 
Activities & Recommendations
Grant Awarded
Washburn County is purchasing a 20 acre parcel in the Town of Minong which includes one-half mile of the Totogatic River, a designated state wild river.
Land Acquisition
Washburn County is purchasing a 20 acre parcel in the Town of Minong which includes one-half mile of the Totogatic River- a designated state wild river.
Land Acquisition
Washburn County is purchasing a 20 acre parcel in the Town of Minong which includes one-half mile of the Totogatic River, a designated state wild river.
 
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