Alexandria (LA) officials are trying to figure out what to do with Bringhurst Field, but they don’t seem to be in a hurry because there’s no easy solution and there’s no community agreement on it. As you recall, the historic ballpark was partially condemned in 2012 because of structural concerns, and a fire destroyed the clubhouse in December. Read more here. As a United League side note, below Continue reading
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While it may not ultimately save partially condemned Bringhurst Field from further deterioration or the wrecking ball, it is positive news that the initiative on the ballot to increase the recreation millage in Alexandria (LA) was approved by voters last Saturday. Read more here. Watch video here. Go to “Save Bringhurst Field” Facebook page.
As a follow up to our posting Monday about the future historic Bringhurst Field in Alexandria (LA), KALB News Channel 5 has posted two unedited, unscripted interviews with City of Alexandria Director of Community Services Daniel Williams and Adam Lord of the Save Bringhurst Field group. Watch interviews here.
A proposal to increase the recreation millage in Alexandria (LA) is on next month’s ballot. A draft of the recreation millage reportedly talks about converting historic Bringhurst Field into a lazy river and more parking for a zoo expansion, but a grassroots Facebook group created Friday called “Save Bringhurst Field” wants to save the ballpark. The city says the future of Bringhurst has not been determined. Continue reading