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Board of Appeal & Equalization 2018


Board of Appeal & Equalization Meeting

9:00 am, Monday, April 23, 2018

Royalton Town Hall

6052 Royalton Road

Braham MN 55006


March 20, 2018 Working Planning Commission Meeting

Royalton Township Planning Commission
Will meet at 6:30 pm
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
For a
Working Planning Commission Meeting
There may be a quorum of Supervisors present
This is considered a public town meeting
All are welcome to attend
Posted this 8th day of March 2018
Royalton Township Deputy Clerk Roberta Folkestad



Notice is hereby given that Royalton Township Board will receive quotes for approximately 4500 yards of Class 5 gravel, MN State Specification #3138. Specifications; @ 8-12, with up to 3/4” rock, to be delivered and spread on designated Royalton Township roads between June 15th and August 15th with the proviso that the township schedule must be accommodated with at least four days’ notice. 


Note: A certified copy of State specification of class 5 gravel, from within the last twelve months, to be submitted in a separate envelope by 6:30 pm March 27, 2018. If not submitted separately quote will not be opened.


All quotes must be submitted with current Certificate of Liability insurance, $1,500,000.00 with indemnification coverage on insurance policy. Town Clerk must receive all specifications and quotes in separate envelopes by mail or in person by 6:30 pm, Tuesday, March 27, 2018, at Royalton Town Hall, 6052 Royalton Road; Braham, MN 55006; 320-396-2982.

Royalton Township Board reserves the right to reject any or all quotes.

Royalton Township Clerk,

Duane P. Swanson


Royalton Township, Pine County, MN. is offering a $200.00 reward for the arrest and conviction of person/persons responsible for dumping 35 tires across Hazelnut Road and 30 tires in the ditch of Raspberry Road South. This occurred approximately February 17 – 19, 2018. Contact Pine County Sheriff @ 320-629-8380; Royalton Township 320-396-2982; email @ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Please respect our gravel roads

Please respect our gravel roads

Each year Royalton Township & Pine County invest tens of thousands of our property tax dollars to stabilize our gravel roads in Royalton Township and Pine County. These costs include applying graveling, grading, and the county applies magnesium or calcium chloride to help control dust and keep our gravel roads from eroding into the ditches.

You can help by reducing your speed and by encouraging your family, friends, and your weekend visitors to please slow down. Please respect our gravel roads. Speeding causes the “washboard effect” on gravel roads and ATV operators who create “doughnut” circles on the roads, results in excessive wear and tear and add higher costs to re-grade these roads.

Please help us keep the gravel on the roads, not in the fields, the ditches, front yards or picnic tables, please slow down.

Thank you,

Royalton Township Supervisors

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