ST. CLOUD - A land swap that would help pave the way for a new St. Cloud Technical High School could to take another step forward tonight (Monday). The city council is expected to approve the deal during their meeting, which will trade 40-acres of city-owned land to the St. Cloud Area School District in exchange for 66-acres of land.

Mayor Dave Kleis says the swap has been talked about for nearly 10 years.

The deal on the table now would not have any financial commitments from either side.

The district wants the city's land for a possible future Tech High School. The city wants district's land to be included in the Neenah Creek Regional Park. Both parcels of land are located near 33rd Street South in St. Cloud.