By Nick Pedley
News Editor 

New shelter house on Hartley's radar

Current building was constructed in 1970


April 4, 2024


The Neebel Park shelter house is used extensively during events like Summer Celebration.

Ground won't be broken any time soon, but Hartley leaders are eyeing a new building at Neebel Park.

The city council last month discussed the need to replace the current shelter house on the west side of the park. According to Council Member Ron Hengeveld, it's in rough shape and getting worse.

"It's embarrassing," he said. "It needs to go away, and it's not fixable."

Hengeveld and Superintendent of Public Works Tony Weatherman recently inspected the structure, which was built in 1970, according to online property records. The concrete foundation is cracking and other problems were visible thr...

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