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Park super looking for loggers, funding and high-def monitors


December 5, 2017

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Hill County Park Board Chair Steve Mariani speaks Monday in the Hill County Courthouse Timmons Room during the board's monthly meeting.

The Beaver Creek Park superintendent is still searching for loggers to rid the park of burnt lumber, money to repair five miles of fencing razed by the East Fork Fire and a high-definition monitor to complement the park's new surveillance cameras.

The first logger he had spoken to over a month ago didn't pan out, Superintendent Chad Edgar told Hill County Park Board members during Monday night's monthly meeting.

Edgar said he had spoken to a second logger, Pat Marvel of Havre, who said it wasn't worth the effort for him. The timber is too scattered and there may not be enough of it for it...

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