RECREATION PLAN: DNR Seeks Public’s Input

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The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is holding a public meeting in Boone Tuesday to discuss outdoor recreation.

The meeting is one of a series being held across the state. The DNR is hoping to get public input to develop a five-year outdoor recreation plan for Iowa.

The department wants to know what activities residents like to participate in and what amenities help participation.

“These meetings are designed to allow our users to tell us directly what they want from their state park, how we can improve their local state park, and where they see their state park in five years,” said Kevin Szcodronski, with the Iowa DNR.

Tuesday’s meeting is at 6:30 p.m. at the City Hall auditorium in Boone.