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Horton proposes unified parks and rec
07/12/2019

(KAIR)--Creating one department to oversee both parks and recreation in the City of Horton is proposed by the Horton City Commission.

That’s according to a public notice published this week in the Horton Headlight.

According to the notice, the Commission has determined that “it is advisable to combine the operation and administration of [the Horton] park system and its recreation system” into one department.

The notice, published for the first time on July 11, will be published once more next week; and, if within 30 days of the final publication, a petition is signed by at least 5 percent of qualified Horton voters calling for a vote on the proposed merger, such an election will have to be held.

However, if no such petition surfaces, the Commission will be able to create the unified department through the passage of an ordinance.

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