The City of Columbus Junction has sold a pond that came into their ownership after a resident passed away. Earlier this month, Roundy Pond was sold to Cedar Crest Country Club for $10.
The golf course is handling the legal fees involved with transferring the deed. The official resolution of the sale was adopted by the city council at their last meeting.
According to city clerk, Julie Heindal, the city’s goal was to sell the pond to Cedar Crest. The pond was part of Beryl Roundy’s estate. Roundy was in the process of completing the documentation necessary to give the pond to Cedar Crest before his passing.
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