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Wildwood Park pond may become boating site

1:34 AM, May 8, 2013
Barb Frome of Marshfield walks her dog, Spook, Tuesday on the path along the Wildwood Park upper pond.
Barb Frome of Marshfield walks her dog, Spook, Tuesday on the path along the Wildwood Park upper pond.
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Small boats might be allowed on the upper pond at Wildwood Park if the Marshfield City Council votes to change an ordinance.

"We don't have much water in Marshfield, and the water we do have - we can't use it by city ordinance," said Jim Schmidt, who proposed the ordinance change with fellow 2013 Leadership Marshfield graduate Troy Weik.

Members of the annual Leadership Marshfield class work in teams to create projects that will benefit or improve the community. The men wanted a project that reflected the community's Healthy Lifestyles initiative, Schmidt said. ...

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