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Vacancy On Park & Rec Board

Appointee Will Have Voice In Overseeing Rec Area

A new person apparently will be in the mix among those with a voice in overseeing the Kimball City/County Recreation Area while it’s at a crossroads.

The county commissioners are seeking interested parties to serve on the Kimball City/County Park & Recreation Operating Board as a county appointee to complete Ashley Thurin’s four-year term ending Dec. 31, 2026. Thurin resigned.

The commissioners on May 3 decided not to vote on appointing Klent Schnell to the position in favor of advertising it.

This development comes during talk of a proposed trade of 44 acres in the recreation area, including...

 
 
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