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Beaver Creek Park plans on using extra revenue to replace facilities

Beaver Creek Park made an additional $9,000 last year thanks to a $1 a head increase in cattle grazing prices. Park Superintendent Chad Edgar said Wednesday, in a phone interview, that the park plans to invest that money in new bathroom facilities.

The park cattle grazing price went from $11 a head per month to $12 in 2015. The park went from making $81,000 to $90,000 on grazing cattle. The plan is to replace two wooden outhouses with concrete ones by the middle of this year, Edgar said. The ultimate plan is to replace the remaining wooden outhouses with concrete ones as well.

Although the con...


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