St. Joseph Wants Public Input For New Park
ST. JOSEPH -- If you live in St. Joseph, you'll have a chance to get a say in what the city does with over 90 acres of parkland along the Sauk River.
The 90-acre "East Park" is undeveloped now, and while part of it would remain untouched, the city recently hired lobbyist Chris DeLaForest to help them get $300,000 to develop part of it into either a camping or a community area.
The meeting will start 6:00 p.m. Wednesday at the government center. It will start with a brief discussion on the park, then move on to public input, where you can share what amenities you're looking for.