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ALBERT LEA, Minn. - Skaters in Albert Lea could be rolling to a new destination.
A petition has been given to the city council, asking them to move the skate park from its current location by city beach.
It was started by citizens who live by the park.
They say they've experienced vandalism, foul language and other types of bad behavior.
City leaders say they are currently looking at the situation.
“We're just kind of right now in the stages of gathering information, hearing from people,” Albert Lea Parks and Recreation Director Jay Hutchison said. “You know getting pros and cons. We don't even know what the cost is going to be to move it, if we move it.”
He adds the Park and Recreation Advisory board has voted to move it to a different site.
The issue will go before the city council for a public hearing on November 12th.
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