Adam Ripple is a shareholder in the firm. He concentrates his practice in:
- Municipal and Government Law – City, Township, County, Special Districts
- Land Use and Zoning – Platting and planned use developments; industrial, commercial and residential development; shoreland concerns; sewer projects
- Condemnation/ Eminent Domain – Both right of way acquisition and landowner representation
- Environmental and Water Law – Environmental review, agricultural drainage, public water/wetland projects, wastewater issues
Adam takes pride in providing government clients with responsive, relevant advice in local governance and finding practical solutions to problems. He also enjoys guiding businesses and property owners through their interactions with state and local government.
Adam, a native of Portage, Wisconsin, lives in Collegeville Township and is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys camping, paddling, hunting, and fishing with his wife and daughter.
Education & Experience
Adam graduated from Northland College with a degree in Chemistry and Biology. He received his law degree and a Master of Arts degree in Public Administration from Hamline University in St. Paul. Prior to joining Rinke Noonan in 2006, Adam worked with various county, state and federal agencies.
Adam is actively involved in community service and is a member of several wildlife conservation organizations. He has previously served on the Board of Directors for Minnesota Waters, the Board of the Central Minnesota Transportation Alliance and as an appointed member of the Stearns County Extension Committee. Adam lives on a hobby farm in Collegeville Township and enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife and daughter.
Property Owner Condemnation
- What is the Difference Between Joint Tenants and Tenants in Common? - by Adam Ripple
- What is Deed Tax and Who Pays It? - by Adam Ripple
- What is a Title Search (Title Commitment – Title Insurance – Title Opinion)? - by Adam Ripple
- What is Title Insurance and Do I need It? - by Adam Ripple
- MPCA’s Wild Rice/Sulfate Rules Rejected - by Adam Ripple
- New Notice Requirements For City Ordinances - by Adam Ripple
- Freedom of Information Day - by Adam A. Ripple