It appears that the older part of the Horn Park building that developed a foundation problem will be spared a while longer.
The Muskego Parks and Recreation Board was considering razing the older portion of the building, leaving intact the newer part that has bathrooms and where concessions are sold. But support for that plan cooled last week when the board learned that it could cost roughly $20,000 to build a wall to seal off the new part and move the sewer, water and electrical service from the old part into the newer part.
The board wants to keep the newer part of the building because it provides bathrooms for the park, S79 W18200 Horn Park Drive, where many children and adults gather for baseball and other activities.
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