New shelter at Tietz Park gets OK; Algona council deals with other park matters, streets, alcohol
ALGONA—Three years of delays and discussions came to an end Monday night when the Algona City Council unanimously and formally accepted a bid to construct an enclosed shelter house at Tietz Park just off State Street on the east side of town.
It won’t come cheap.
The lowest of five bids was submitted by Sande Construction of Humboldt at $494,479.
See the full report on the shelter house, a new park at Clarke and Elm streets, approval of an asphalt mill and overlay project that came in well under budget, and a discussion of alcohol on State Street during Founders' Day - plus more - in the June 10 print edition of the Advance. Subscribe by calling 515-295-3535 or get single copies for $1.50 on newsstands starting June 9.