For decades, the folks entering Tegels Park on the south side have entering on property owned by Cemstone (formerly Windom Ready Mix).
During the EDA’s recent purchase of Cemstone plant and lakeshore property, north of Tegels Park, it was discovered that the north edge of the park’s road was inadvertantly built on Cemstone property. At last week’s EDA meeting, the EDA board took a step toward rectifying the problem by approving a land swap involving the access road and a piece of Tegels Park property.
Recently, the Parks & Recreation Commission and Economic Development Authority Board have reviewed and recommended the land swap.
For more on this story, see the July 20 edition of the Cottonwood County Citizen and Citizen eEdition.
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