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A sign is seen at the entrance to Kandiyohi County Park 1 on Big Kandiyohi Lake in Lake Lillian. The county is looking at a plan that would reward frequent customers of county campgrounds, while also equalizing the number of opportunities for choice spots. Tribune photo by Bill Zimmer

County looks at new policy that rewards repeat users of campgrounds

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WILLMAR -- A proposed policy would give preferential treatment to repeat customers at Kandiyohi County campgrounds, but at the same time equalize opportunities for choice camp sites.

"My whole goal was to get consistency across the parks," said County Administrator Larry Kleindl.

He said he also wants "everybody to have an equal shot at campsites."

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Carolyn Lange
A reporter for more than 30 years, Carolyn Lange covers county government and regional news with the West Central Tribune.
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