Thief River Falls is running a tight race in the Timberwolves Our Courts, Our Future grant program to refurbish public basketball courts.
If selected, the basketball court at Bill Lafave Park would be reconstructed at no cost to the city. Following one week of voting, Lafave Park sits neck and neck at forty percent with Ryan Flood Memorial Park in Grand Rapids. The nearby Win-E-Mac Schools court in Erskine is in a distant third this morning with twenty percent.
According to City Public Works Director Mark Borseth, the public can vote once per day, per region at timberwolves.com/ourcourts. Borseth encourages everyone to “vote once per day, on as many devices as you can,” and to share the story to get as many votes as possible.
Voting is scheduled to close at 11:59pm on Friday, May 24th.