Council defers decision on Kemp Lane name change request

After much discussion on June 10, the Lake City City Council opted to leave its options open on a request to rename a 100-foot street stub leading to a new housing development.

In the mid-2000s the City of Lake City approved a development off of North 10th Street that included 22 single family lots along two avenues, Kemp Lane and Kemp Court.

The development went nowhere and neither, for the intervening decade, did Kemp Lane.

Because the streets, aside from a 100-foot stretch of Kemp Lane, were never constructed, they never existed.


Want to read the full article? Full access to is only $52 per year. If you live in Goodhue or Wabasha County, you'll receive the print edition in the mail each week at no additional charge. To begin, fill out the form below. Already a subscriber? Log in or request an account below.

User login

The Lake City Graphic
Ph: 651-345-3316 (M-Tu 8am-4pm, W-Th-F 8am-3pm)
Fax: 651-345-4200
P.O. Box 469
111 South 8th Street
Lake City, MN 55041

ISSN 2994-1059 (print)  ISSN 2994-1067 (online)