SARTELL -- The city of Sartell will take a step back and further study what should make up a skate park for its residents.

City Administrator Patti Gartland says the Park Commission's recommendation to the council was to form a committee made up of users, community members and city staff and research equipment choices, create a design and explore private fundraising.

The project idea surfaced when Mayor Joe Perske began pushing the plan recently and wanted the city to spend up to $30,000 on equipment.

Gartland says the park Commission also recommended that a Skate Park be placed at Pinecone Central Park and that the cost should be shared between the city and private donors.