ALBERT LEA, MN — Citizens got a chance to voice their opinion on a southern Minnesota park.
The Freeborn County Board of Commissioners heard from both sides on what to do with the conditional use permit at Harmony Park.
That’s a permit on the number of people allowed in the park and other issues.
Both supporters and opponents made sure to have their concerns heard.
Either way, the parks owner tells us he looks forward to working with the leaders in Freeborn County to make it safe for everyone.
“Public safety is my number one concern as well as the sheriff’s office and the county commissioners and everyone in the community and attendees at the park,” Harmony Park Owner Jay Sullivan said. “We want everyone to feel safe and be safe.”
After hearing opinions on the matter, the board didn’t take any action on the permit today.