Neighbors woke to something new at the site of the former Lowry Grove RV Park in Minneapolis, Minn. this week: A sign that reads “Reopening soon.”

According to MPRNews, Dave Colling, who lives nearby, took a picture and posted it to Facebook. The comments poured in: “Seriously?” “WHAT?” “I don’t know why this surprises me so much.”

It is a surprising turn for the site. The suburban Minneapolis park was purchased by a developer — The Village LLC — and closed in June. People from nearly a hundred households had to relocate and the closure sparked protests and a lawsuit.

The new sign appeared after The Village was dealt a blow at a St. Anthony city council meeting earlier this week. At the meeting, The Village presented plans to build more than 700 new housing units on the 15-acre site. The city council, however, approved a resolution on density that would allow for only half that number.

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