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City Council approves liquor license for Tanglewood Greens, golf course set to reopen

At the March 6th meeting, the City Council approved a Class B combination liquor license for Eaglewood Golf, LLC doing business as Tanglewood Greens, located at 2200 Crestwood Drive.

Mark Wallskog, the new owner of Tanglewood Greens, stated that he is hopeful that the restaurant/bar, event center, and driving range can be open by June 1, 2023. However, with the current condition of the fairways and greens, extensive work is needed, and he anticipates that the golf course will not be open until 2024. Wallskog indicated that he wants to ensure things are done right and plans to turn Tanglewood Greens into a premier golf course.

In other business:

  • The city council authorized a $1.3 million incentive from TID #17 and the execution of a developer’s agreement with Capital Investment Partners. Capital Investment Partners requested financial assistance for the Estover Terrace project. The project, located at 17th Street SE and 11th Avenue SE, will contain 20 lots for new owner-occupied homes and 88 units of new rental housing configured in 8 and 12-plex buildings. The incentive will be paid back in six years through the development’s future property tax payments to the city.

  • The council adopted a resolution for a public hearing on a proposed water/sewer utility extension along County Highway B from Walton Avenue to 578th Avenue.

  • The council approved a road closure and special event request from the Menomonie Jr. Mustangs for a softball tournament June 16-18 at Wakanda Park.

  • The council approved contracts with Lane Tank to clean the city’s three water towers.


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