When the May Township board of supervisors met in person Thursday, Oct. 6, it was before a crowded room. Parents of River Grove school children came to impress upon the supervisors their support for the school. Parents whose children have attended Damascus summer youth camps shared their enthusiasm for the faith-based youth camp. Residents who live near the Wilder Forest property shared their concerns about traffic, safety and environmental impacts.

Representatives from the Minnesota Catholic Youth Partnership, which is negotiating for the purchase of the 600 plus-acre Wilder Forest property, said they came to listen. They got an earful.

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