EquityOne Sports Development had expected to break ground on a new stadium in Woodstock (IL) for the expansion McHenry County K-Nines (Frontier League) back in 2009, but the economy and a yet-to-be-resolved wetlands issue with the The Army Corps of Engineers has kept the project stalled. Financing remains the biggest hurdle, but EquityOne Continue reading
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EquityOne Sports Development, the group planning to build a new 6,500-seat stadium in McHenry County (IL) for the Frontier League’s McHenry County K-Nines, has returned $3.57 million in bonding authority to the county. EquityOne President Mark Houser indicated that construction on the new ballpark won’t begin until the fall of 2011, and carrying the bonds from now until then would increase project Continue reading
Construction on the new ballpark for the indy pro Frontier League’s expansion franchise in Woodstock (IL) could be delayed until 2011, if the financing package is not secured by the end of July. The McHenry County K-Nines had hoped to begin play next season. Read more here.
The privately-funded Lakewood Sportsplex and baseball stadium project for the Frontier League’s McHenry County (IL) K-Nines are moving forward courtesy of the 2009 federal stimulus package. Out of the $27.5 million in bonding authority granted to McHenry County, the K-Nines will receive $3.57 million. Read more here.
A plan for a for a new 3,200-seat stadium in Woodstock, IL that would host the McHenry County K-Nines will have to be modified because the layout encroaches on a farmed wetland. A new plan will be presented to the Woodstock City Council on Dec. 15. The timetable has the Frontier League’s K-Nines playing in their new home starting in 2011. Read more here.