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Larned Armory negotiations continue

By Jim Misunas
jmisunas@gbtribune.com

LARNED — Negotiations to sell the city-owned National Guard Armory are continuing between Larned city manager Lane Massey and co-owners of an agricultural firm.
Massey and the Larned city council continued their discussion of a pending contract Monday between the city and Heartland Irrigation. Heartland Industries, a drip irrigation company based in Moundridge, has an offer to lease-purchase the armory, which had been listed for sale by the council with an asking price of $250,000.
Co-owners Mark Vogts and Brian Wedel, partners in the company, have appeared with Jan Windsheffel, the Salina district sales ...


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