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City plans to meet with Riley Bros. Properties before making a decision on school property


MORRIS, Minn. -- The fate of the old elementary school property remains in limbo, after the Morris City Council tabled making a decision on the property and scheduled a meeting with a second developer.

On Tuesday, the council, acting as the city's Economic Development Authority, also entertained a long discussion about using some of the property for a public swimming pool after a group of citizens urged them to consider the idea again.

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Kim Ukura is the editor of the Morris Sun Tribune.