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Elbow Lake to vacate a right of way

Published 9:59am Friday, February 14, 2014 Updated 12:00pm Friday, February 14, 2014

The Elbow Lake City Council held a public hearing earlier this month about vacating a right of way in town, according to a report in the Grant County Herald.

Vacating the right of way, located south of the railroad track, is necessary for the anticipated expansion of the fertilizer plant at the Elbow Lake Co-op Grain, set to begin this spring.

There were no objections to the plan, so the city council passed a resolution to vacate the right of way.


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