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WHITE BEAR TOWNSHIP News &Views 1858 RAMSEY COUNTY MINNESOTA A bi-weekly section where readers will be informed on subjects of seasonal interest, upcoming events and other timely topics. THE CLERK'S CORNER - Greetings from the Township. As part . Stay at least 6 feet away from others ("social distancing") and take other steps fromhomes include. motor oil & grease, pesticides, herbicides, paint, kaves, soap from of all ofour new reality, please see the points below for your Own safety. The Township offices remain closed to the public, however, we are doing our best to conduct business via email . and phone during this time. Stay safe! Staying physically active is one of the best ways to keep your mental state and body healthy. In many areas of White washing vehicles on driveways, sand, saltide-icers, chlorinated pool water, just to namea few. The results of such ilegal discharges into the water include unusual colors or odors in to prevent COVID-19 DO NOT: Visit parks ifyou are sick Visit crowded parks Use playgrounds the surface water, stains, unusual odors, or structural damage to street surfaces, dead or dstressed fish, plants, or other wildifenear surface water, abnormal vegetative growth in water bodies or pipes with flowing water during a dy period. Examples of acceptable dischanges include air conditioning condensation, irigation water, sumppump & lawn Bear Township, people can visit parks, traik, and open spaces as a way to relieve PERMIT REMINDER -If you are thinking of installing or water discharge, individual residential car wash water, de-chlorinated swimming pool water & discharge or flowfrom firefighting& other activities necessary to protect public materials into a storm drain or the street, it should bereported to the Township. PERMIT REQUIRED repairing a fence or a driveway, a permit is required. Contact the Township Offices @651.747.2750 for more detaik. All parks and natural areas and trails remain open at this time for walking, hiking. biking, running - activities which do not involve close contact and where 6feet of social distancing can be achieved. Know Before You Go: While these facilities and areas can offer health benefits, itis important that you follow the steps below to protect yourselfand others from COVID-19. Khowe Visit parks that are dose to your home Prepare before you visit DID YOU KNOW THAT ANYTHING IN WATER RUNNING OFF YOUR PROPERTY INTO THE STREET IS ILLEGAL - ITSCALLED AN ILLICT May 2 - National Truffle Day Did DISCHARGE - Perhaps you spill fertikzer or paint & wash it into the street or blowgrass clippings or leaves to the curb. That i il it causes pollution inourwater. Common illit discharge examples What's Happening May 10- Mother's Day May 22 - National Vanilla Pudding Day May 25 - Memorial Day sillegal because Find us Facebook Visit www.whitebeartownship.org or call 651.747.2750 1281 Hammond Road, White Bear Township, Minnesota 55110 WHITE BEAR TOWNSHIP News &Views 1858 RAMSEY COUNTY MINNESOTA A bi-weekly section where readers will be informed on subjects of seasonal interest, upcoming events and other timely topics. THE CLERK'S CORNER - Greetings from the Township. As part . Stay at least 6 feet away from others ("social distancing") and take other steps fromhomes include. motor oil & grease, pesticides, herbicides, paint, kaves, soap from of all ofour new reality, please see the points below for your Own safety. The Township offices remain closed to the public, however, we are doing our best to conduct business via email . and phone during this time. Stay safe! Staying physically active is one of the best ways to keep your mental state and body healthy. In many areas of White washing vehicles on driveways, sand, saltide-icers, chlorinated pool water, just to namea few. The results of such ilegal discharges into the water include unusual colors or odors in to prevent COVID-19 DO NOT: Visit parks ifyou are sick Visit crowded parks Use playgrounds the surface water, stains, unusual odors, or structural damage to street surfaces, dead or dstressed fish, plants, or other wildifenear surface water, abnormal vegetative growth in water bodies or pipes with flowing water during a dy period. Examples of acceptable dischanges include air conditioning condensation, irigation water, sumppump & lawn Bear Township, people can visit parks, traik, and open spaces as a way to relieve PERMIT REMINDER -If you are thinking of installing or water discharge, individual residential car wash water, de-chlorinated swimming pool water & discharge or flowfrom firefighting& other activities necessary to protect public materials into a storm drain or the street, it should bereported to the Township. PERMIT REQUIRED repairing a fence or a driveway, a permit is required. Contact the Township Offices @651.747.2750 for more detaik. All parks and natural areas and trails remain open at this time for walking, hiking. biking, running - activities which do not involve close contact and where 6feet of social distancing can be achieved. Know Before You Go: While these facilities and areas can offer health benefits, itis important that you follow the steps below to protect yourselfand others from COVID-19. Khowe Visit parks that are dose to your home Prepare before you visit DID YOU KNOW THAT ANYTHING IN WATER RUNNING OFF YOUR PROPERTY INTO THE STREET IS ILLEGAL - ITSCALLED AN ILLICT May 2 - National Truffle Day Did DISCHARGE - Perhaps you spill fertikzer or paint & wash it into the street or blowgrass clippings or leaves to the curb. That i il it causes pollution inourwater. Common illit discharge examples What's Happening May 10- Mother's Day May 22 - National Vanilla Pudding Day May 25 - Memorial Day sillegal because Find us Facebook Visit www.whitebeartownship.org or call 651.747.2750 1281 Hammond Road, White Bear Township, Minnesota 55110