Pukwana Town Board –
Swanson presents designs for acreages
By Bonnie Luurs
The regular meeting of the Pukwana Town Board was held Monday, June 1, at the community center in Pukwana.
No public input was taken and there were no conflicts of interest noted.
David Swanson was present to discuss designs he had drawn up for acreages. He is not doing any development of any kind, just selling bare ground. He had talked to Chairman Larry McManus several times about the plans. The first design was for Sixth Street going north. He has acreages for a couple of people who would like to put horses there. The next one was Sixth Street going south. The Scholls want the one acre lot next to them and the rest of it would be open for whomever wants to do some type of building projects. Chairman McManus’ preference was to not penetrate the tree line by extending Sixth Street. Swanson preferred Sixth Street going north stay private until needed with Chairman McManus replying, “It is not an approved street so travel can be restricted.” The board approved the request.
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