Park Board Approves Dog Park
The Park Board voted Friday in favor of the Lyndale Farmstead site.
At last, an end to the saga of the Sixth District Dog Park is in sight.
Friday, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board approved the selection of Site 32, across King's Highway from Lakewood Cemetary, for the site of the controversial park. As Southwest Minneapolis Patch reported in November, the cost had balooned to $132,000—up from an initial $32,000—but the Park Board voted to swallow the cost.
Construction is slated to begin next year.