Tuesday, March 11, 2008

From Trash to Football

Last year the City attempted to turn the park at the north end of 22nd St in Old Seminole Heights into a trash transfer station. That was defeated by residents and OSHNA. Now there is a new plan. Pop Warner football.

"Parks and recreation officials say they are considering an offer to renovate 22nd Street Park for Pop Warner football practice and want to hear from residents."

"Bouchard proposes a football field on green space on the west side of 22nd, behind Patterson Street. On the east side, a burned-out concession stand at Eddie Lopez Field, where adult softball games are played, would be repaired." Read Kathy Steele's article in the Tribune.

1 comment:

tamparanch said...

Hey guys the meeting to discuss this is the same day as the OSHNA meeting. Will there be any OSHNA reps at the meeting regarding this plan?
8116 N. 37th st.

MARCH 18, 2008