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Colts Academy building in St. Joseph. (Dan DeBaun, WJON)
Colts Academy building in St. Joseph. (Dan DeBaun, WJON)
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St. Joseph Moves to Buy Colts Academy Building For Community Center

St. Joseph is moving to buy the Colts Academy building from the St. Cloud Area School District for a possible community center. The building used to be the Kennedy Community School and is at 124 1st Avenue Southeast. District 742 will review selling the building to the city for $2.3 million on Wednesday night.

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The proposed design for the St. Joseph aquatic center. (City of St. Joseph)
The proposed design for the St. Joseph aquatic center. (City of St. Joseph)
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St. Joseph to Start Fundraising for Proposed $6.1 Million Aquatic Center

St. Joseph is starting initial fundraising for a proposed $6.1 Million aquatic center project. The city wants to see what kind of sponsorship and money could be available for the project. Mayor Rick Schultz says a portion of the project costs will need to be covered by fundraising. The proposed aquatic center includes a lazy river, lap pool, splash pool, zero depth entry pool, climbing wall and a zip line.

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St. Joseph Considering Buying Former Kennedy Building for Community Center

The St. Joseph city council had a closed discussion on Monday night to discuss possibly buying the Colts Academy building for a community center. The former Kennedy School is at 124 1st Avenue Southeast. No action to was taken by the council during the closed meeting

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St. Joseph Task Force: Citizens Want Community Center

A St. Joseph community task force says many citizens want a community center in the area. For two years, St. Joseph has been in the process of planning and discussing future city facility needs.

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St. Joseph Hosts Listening Session on Community Center

St. Joseph residents have a chance to give their input on a possible community center. The city council is holding a listening session tomorrow (Tuesday) night at 5:00 p.m. at City Hall.

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