- Associated Press - Tuesday, April 7, 2015

SHELBYVILLE, Ill. (AP) - The superintendent of the eastern Illinois state park that includes a troubled, state-owned resort says he hopes to know later this year what will happen to the closed facility.

Richard Glazebrook is superintendent of Wolf Creek and Eagle Creek state parks. He said last week the state Department of Natural Resources expects to have an assessment of what needs to be done at Eagle Creek Resort in 30 to 60 days. According to The Herald & Review in Decatur (https://bit.ly/1DcLGIS ), decisions about the property can be made after that.

Eagle Creek closed in 2009 as the resort experienced both financial problems and a mold infestation.

Local officials have been pushing for action on the resort on Lake Shelbyville. The lake is about 60 miles southwest of Champaign.


Information from: Herald & Review, https://www.herald-review.com

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