Sandy may have already annexed Dimple Dell Regional Park, but the County Commission has a little more to say.
County commissioners approved a memorandum of understanding Monday that restates the appropriate uses for Dimple Dell Park.Commissioner Randy Horiuchi said the memorandum was "basically the completion of the annexation process." Because the land for Dimple Dell was purchased with special federal funds, Horiuchi said Dimple Dell is protected.
Under the agreement, Sandy cannot construct a golf course at the park. The agreement requires all new power lines within the park be put underground and other zoning laws, previously approved in the park's management plan, must be followed. Sandy can promote equestrian activities and trails.