County gives land use assurance

John Harapat has requested first right of refusal if the Goodhue County Board decides not to use the land they are purchasing from him as part of a new park in Kenyon Township, west of Kenyon. His land is required in order to make two narrow parcels of land that were donated by the late Harold Nielsen, contiguous with the rest of the property he has donated.


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