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New Prior Lake ordinance

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Just an FYI for everybody, I was at sand point access yesterday and noticed a sign that said no parking on land within 20' of ice.

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Doesn't suprise me or bother me. That place was a dump 2 years ago before they started restricting parking to the parking area at the top of the access. I have been using the Sportsman's access for getting on and off the ice, anyway, and parking in the neighborbood. Won't be long before that's restricted, too, I suppose. I seem to rember there being signs that you couldn't park within 100' (maybe less?) of shore either, once the ice firms up for driving.

Funny, I took a trip there myself yesterday! I probably saw you.

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here we go again, it is probally the rich lakeshore owners complaining again this year. this is a yearly thing with prior, i dont even go there anymore,,,,pretty soon you will have to park in the target parking lot off of 42 and walk all the way down there.

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