Canterbury Park announced Monday that on Friday, its board of directors approved a reorganization plan to reincorporate the company into a holding company structure, which the company said in a statement is a key step in the future development of up to approximately 200 acres of the company’s underutilized property. The company said the move will create the legal framework to enable it to separate its regulated parimutuel wagering, card casino, concessions and other related businesses from the development land.
Minnesota Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman is warning Minnesotans to be alert for fake debt collectors who call or email consumers and claim they owe money on payday loans they took out at some point in the past. In fact, they are “phantom” debts that don’t really exist.
There is a possibility Jordan will be getting a dog park in the near future. Members of the city’s Parks and Recreation Commission discussed using a portion of Lagoon Park for a dog park on Monday evening.