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Emerson Council briefed on LakePoint’s future

26-07-2017 Hits:2104 News Neil McGahee - avatar Neil McGahee

Emerson Council briefed on LakePoint’s future

Neal Freeman, the CEO of LakePoint Sporting Community and Town Center, presented an update on progress at the sports resort during the Emerson City Council’s work session, Monday.

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