Katy Trail Meeting in Hartsburg Saturday

| October 12, 2012
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The Katy Trail State Park draws around 400-thousand visitors a year and the trail board is hosting another informational meeting Saturday at the depot in Hartsburg.

The public, as always, is invited to bring their ideas and suggestions to improve the park experience.

Park Superintendent for the Midwest Section, Jim Gast, says not many major projects were scheduled this year, but there was still work needed.

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Gast adds there is a budget for all needs.

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Saturday’s meeting will run from 9 a.m. to noon in conjunction with the Annual Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival.

For more information go to the Mo State Parks website.

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