- Class: Local News
- Written by Kenton Dyck
Residents of Blumenort and motorists on Freeway 12 might have observed a barn hearth south of the neighborhood Tuesday night.
The hearth was truly a coaching train for the native hearth division.
Terry Thiessen with Hillside Development says they not too long ago bought the property for growth.
“We checked out all the brand new development in Blumenort and we got here throughout a possibility to choose up one other lot proper shut by. It comes with some actually outdated barns on there in addition to an outdated home. We are literally good mates with the native hearth division and we thought it will be an excellent alternative to see in the event that they needed to coach. We have now some outdated barns that gotta come down they usually jumped throughout it.”
Thiessen says the outdated farmyard is simply south of the brand new growth in Blumenort and a few quarter-mile west of the Penner Drive service street. He notes he has some shocking historical past with this property.
“Travis Friesen is the President of Hillside and I’m truly associated to him. It seems our nice grandparents are the identical they usually had been truly the unique homeowners of this property. It appears like a shocking full-circle second.”
Thiessen says there’s additionally a home on the property that can even be used for hearth coaching later this summer time.