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Council talks land swap, snow costs
A land swap and reimbursement for snow removal were among the topics of discussion at the most recent meeting of Beulah’s city council.
The land swap agreement comes on the heels of the city’s new plan for extending 16th street to connect with County Road 21. The street will extend through property currently owned by the Kenneth and Stacy Winkler, who gave the city a portion of that property in exchange for a similar parcel of land near their home. In addition to the land swap, the Winklers will also receive water usage to their remaining land north of the proposed 16th street extension, to be used strictly for agricultural usage. Mayor Darrell Bjerke estimated that the water usage would be about $4 per month.