Muskego — The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation announced July 21 that Muskego will receive a $500,000 grant to assist development of the planned Parkland Towne Center. The 10-acre vacant site was developed in the 1970s as Parkland Mall, which was razed in 1998.
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Muskego —Exploring making a playground at a new park all-inclusive so even children in wheelchairs can play on the equipment was favored by the Muskego Parks and Conservation Committee that was wrapping up its city parks and trails plan review last week.
A hearing for former West Bend city administrator Thomas Justice on child enticement charges in Muskego was delayed Monday until Aug. 12, at the request of his attorney.
Muskego Youth Football will not use a portion of Denoon Park, there are too many unanswered questions about how adding a football field would affect youth soccer and baseball that already use the park, the Muskego Parks and Conservation Committee decided.
Muskego —Officials hope that a problem with soccer parents parking illegally, causing friction with Kurth Park neighbors in Muskego is now resolved with a new agreement between youth soccer and the city.
A dog park, pin-pointed in a community recreation survey as something residents would like to see, took a step backward as the Muskego Parks and Conservation Committee agreed that the proposed location could be better used for something else and that a dog park is available nearby in Waukesha.
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