The Fairmont Photo Press is the Official Legal Newspaper for the year 2020.
Photo Press | 112 E. First Street | P.O. Box 973 | Fairmont, MN 56031
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
Date Posted 12-21-17
- MARTIN COUNTY BUFFER ORDINANCE and BUFFER MAP AMENDMENT to THE MARTIN COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE (shoreland) And LAND USE MAP
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
- Watonwan River Comprehensive Watershed Management Plan Notice
DITCH ADMINISTRATION NOTICES
- CD#2 Notice of Viewers Hearing 3-19-2019
- CD#46 Notice of Viewers Hearing 3-19-2019
- CD#65 Notice of Viewers Hearing 3-19-2019
- JD#30 Notice of Viewers Hearing 3-19-2019
- JD#52 Notice of Viewers Hearing 3-19-2019
FORFEITED LAND LIST
Notice of Expiration of Redemption
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
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- Road Weight Restrictions
- Martin County Aquatic Invasive Species Program Plan
- Building Permit Advertisement
MARTIN COUNTY EDA NOTICES
THE COUNTY PARKS COMMISSION
THE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT
A permanent prescription disposal box is available as a service to the public in the lobby of the Martin County Law Enforcement Center, 201 Lake Avenue, Fairmont, MN. This project is funded and operated as a joint effort between the Fairmont Police Department and the Martin County Sheriff Office.
Guidelines for Medication Use, Storage, and Disposal
Read and follow directions on all medications.
Take the recommended dose...not more, not less.
Take the medicine the number of times and the frequency recommended.
Do not share your prescription medicines with another person.
Do not take someone else's prescription medicine.
Know the names of your medications and their purpose.
Pharmacists and doctors can answer your questions about over-the counter medicines.....just ask!
Keep medicines in a place away from children, teens and guests. Lock up medicines if necessary, especially narcotics or mood altering medicines.
Keep medicines in their original bottle or package.
Keep medicines in a cool, dry place away from the light.
Follow storage directions on the medicine.
Take old or unneeded medications or drugs to the medication disposal box at the Fairmont Police Department/Martin County Sheriff Office Law Enforcement Center beginning in October 25th, 2010.
Leave the medicine in its original package or bottle.
Cross off your name or other personal information. Do not cross off the name of the medicine.
Do NOT flush medications down the toilet
Citizens are encouraged to dispose of their unused and unwanted medications in the disposal box. Citizens are encouraged to remove their personal information from the medication labels but please leave the name of the medication visible on the label.