The Fayetteville (NC) City Council gave final approval Monday night to two complicated deals that officials say will allow construction of a downtown baseball stadium. Read more here.
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PRESS RELEASE – The Winston-Salem Dash are proud to announce several exciting additions to BB&T Ballpark for the 2017 season, including expanded backstop netting and a Video Wall in the Flow Club. These exciting new improvements will be ready for the Dash’s home opener on Thursday, April 13, the first of 71 home games during the 2017 season. Continue reading
Because the state’s Local Government Commission won’t let Fayetteville (NC) finance bond debt for 30 years as first sought to pay for a new baseball stadium, city officials had to revamp how they intend to retire $31 million they will borrow through what are called limited-obligation bonds. Read more here.
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The Fayetteville City Council voted 10-0 Monday night to authorize City Manager Doug Hewett to negotiate a contract with Barton Malow of Charlotte to oversee construction of a new downtown ballpark for a Single-A Carolina League franchise. Read more here. Read about ballpark land contamination issues here.
After more than four hours of presentations, questions and deliberations Thursday night, the Fayetteville (NC) City Council’s Baseball Committee voted to recommend hiring Barton Malow Co. of Charlotte (NC) to be the general contractor of the $33 million downtown project. The recommendation will go to the full council Monday night. Read more here.
The city of Fayetteville (NC) will try again to solicit proposals for a company to oversee the baseball stadium’s construction. The city plans to hire what’s called a “construction manager at risk,” which is similar to a general contractor, but one that must guarantee the project will be on budget. Read more here.