Caledonia may solely run Racine Co. park if amendment to joint park agreement approved
RACINE COUNTY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- A popular park run by two villages in Racine County may soon be run by only one village.
It's the Caledonia-Mount Pleasant Memorial Park, also known as Franksville Park. It may soon be solely operated by Caledonia if a proposed amendment to the joint park agreement is approved by both village boards.
At Monday night's meeting no action was taken on the topic, but public comments were made.
"It's been 70 years since we purchased the parkland, so I think there should be consideration given to the joint ownership of both of it. At no point have I heard a single individual suggest that we would be selling our interest in the park."
Both villages would still remain owners of the park under the amended agreement.