Resolution Number 05-21
RESOLUTION NUMBER 05-21
LOCAL TRAIL CONNECTIONS PROGRAM GRANT APPLICATION
WHEREAS, the City of Mountain Iron supports the grant application made to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources for the Local Trail Connections Program. The application is to construct one (1) mile of paved trail for the Mountain Iron Recreational Trail System. The trail system is located within the Parkville neighborhood of Mountain Iron, and
WHEREAS, the City of Mountain Iron recognizes that it has secured $470,000 in non-state cash matching funds for this project.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, if the City of Mountain Iron is awarded a grant by the Minnesota Department of Natural resources, the City of Mountain Iron agrees to accept the grant award, and may enter into an agreement with the State of Minnesota for the above referenced project. The City of Mountain Iron will comply with all applicable laws, environmental requirements and regulations as stated in the grant agreement, and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the applicant has read the Conflict of Interest Policy contained in the Local Trail Connections Grant Manual and certifies it will report any actual, potential, perceived, or organizational conflicts of interest upon discovery to the state related to the application or grant award.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the City Council of the City of Mountain Iron names the fiscal agent for the City of Mountain Iron for this project as:
Craig J. Wainio
City of Mountain Iron
8586 Enterprise Drive South
Mountain Iron, MN 55768
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the City of Mountain Iron hereby assures the Sunnybrook Recreational Trail will be maintained for a period of no less than 20 years.
DULY ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL THIS 5th DAY OF APRIL, 2021.
Mayor Peggy Anderson