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Missouri State Parks set meeting to listen to the public

Missouri State Parks were looking to hear from the public Saturday and held a meeting at Wakonda state park so people can voice their concerns. 

Officials with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources hosted the event and park officials informed the public on future plans and potential changes on the way. 

"My husband and I think it’s good to be involved in the community if you want your community to be great you should get out and participate in it; so that’s why we came out tonight," resident Emily Hercamp said. 

"Right now we’re looking to possibly replace our shower house in our main camp ground and possibly construct a new shelter," Kyle Scott, Manager, Missouri Wakonda Park. 

Officials also say the state is working on four new aquatic trails around the lakes that should be complete by the end of July.


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