The Common Council reviewed appraisals involving four parcels of land that could become a park on Little Muskego Lake Tuesday night in closed session at the end of their regular meeting.
"There are two full appraisals and two partial (easement) appraisals per the original concept map from the resolution of necessity approved by the Council," explained city planner Jeff Muenkel.
"We aren't looking to purchase all four properties in full. The Council was only looking to see the costs of the parcels as proposed which again consisted of almost two full parcels in the middle and possibly two lake frontage easement areas on the outside per the map," Muenkel said.
The appraisals equal approximately $4.5 million and represent a full parcel of the Michael Dilworth properties at $1.6 million and the full parcel of the Cherek property of $2.1 million. The two easements, or 'wings' as they have been referred to in previous discussions, were appraised at $204,000 and $665,000 for the other Dilworth property and the Gardetto property, respectively.
What decisions or strategies were discussed during the closed session could not be released, but will likely appear on agenda in the new year.