The Stark County Park Board unanimously agreed during its meeting Tuesday at the Stark County Courthouse to put 34 acres of frontage property the county owns up for sale near the site of the new hospital west of Fairway Street, in order to give all developers a chance to purchase the land.
Dueling Gladstone city park boards — one recognized by the city and the other one not — had their fight taken to the Stark County Commission on Tuesday, where the city’s mayor requested Stark County state’s attorney action to begin a criminal investigation into the so-called “unofficial” board.
Continuing to move along a path that will likely lead to a nearly $22 million expansion of facilities, the Dickinson Parks and Recreation District Board of Commissioners voted Monday to approve an architectural agreement with a Denver-based firm.
GLADSTONE — Gladstone Park Board attorney William Delmore of Bismarck told the board he will have a better idea of how to proceed with determining who’s on the park board next week after he speaks with City Attorney Mary Nordsven, who was not present at the Thursday meeting in the community center in Gladstone.
GLADSTONE — Gladstone Park Board members intended to have a meeting regarding an eviction notice placed on the campers at Prairie Rose Park, but it turned into a shouting match when the mayor claimed the meeting couldn’t take place.
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