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Lawmakers to Visit St. Cloud Area Parks & Trails

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ST. CLOUD — Members of the state Legislature’s Senate Environment and Natural Resources Committee are coming to St. Cloud tomorrow.

The group will be touring some parks and trails in need of Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment funding.

The committee will tour St. Cloud’s River Bluffs Regional Park, Beaver Island Trail, Waite Park’s River’s Edge Park and Quarry Park.

River Bluffs Regional Park received Legacy money last year and money is being sought to extend the Beaver Island Trail south of there to Warner Lake Park.

Waite Park has applied for Legacy money to extend the Lake Wobegon Trail to River’s Edge Park.

The Rockville County Park & Nature Preserve is not on the tour but is a candidate for grant money too.

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