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Community News (Lodi Edition) The Hasbrouck Heights Council approved a shared services contract with the Board of Education and introduced a bond ordinance to install new synthetic turf field at Hitchcock Field at the Feb. 25 council meeting.
The shared services agreement was originally discussed at the Dec. Superintendent of Schools Dr. Mark Porto and School Business Administrator Dina Messery approached the mayor and council. Porto said Hitchcock Field, a turf field located behind the
Suburban Trends With a grant application deadline looming, a public hearing of the Redevelopment/Rehabilitation for Ringwood Turf Field Project is scheduled to take place during the Borough Council meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 18 at 8 p.m. If the project
We obviously want the best for our kids, and although the desire to improve the school field and track is clearly well-intentioned, I am encouraging all of us to think about what is really best for our children as we consider replacing a huge natural
The latest news and analysis on high-school sports around the Seattle area January 6, 2014 at 12:43 PM The Fifth Quarter The Northwest School unveils new athletic facility Posted by Josh Liebeskind The Northwest School unveiled a $19 million dollar
A new running track at Wauconda High, roof repairs at several buildings, a new play area at Cotton Creek School in Island Lake and other projects also are in the works. The total price tag could be $14 million or $15 million, Superintendent Daniel J.
Suburban Trends A Wilshire Terrace resident recently relayed her concerns to borough officials about the impact an artificial turf field might have on local water quality. For the past several months, borough officials have been discussing a proposal
As reported in March, the field's construction had some residents up in arms, as it required the demolition of a long-standing residence at 40 Upper Mountain Ave. The estimated $2.3 million project has since gone ahead with just a few hitches,
For local soccer, football and rugby players, now anytime can be game time. Antioch recently completed a near $3.1 million project to replace grass at two fields at Antioch Community Park with all-weather synthetic turf -- making it the first city
The Fair Lawn High School emblem adorns the 50-yard line at Sasso Field. School officials, parents and students gathered around the bright green turf, featuring a large, red and white FL in the center, to mark the completion of the work at Sasso