$500K proposed for KLL upgrades

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By CRAIG MURPHY
Of the Keizertimes

Nothing is official yet, but members of the Keizer Parks and Recreation Advisory Board on Tuesday seemed to indicate support for the Keizer Little League Park.

Board chair Richard Walsh noted the board needs to have a final priority list to Bill Lawyer, Keizer Public Works director, after its March meeting.

As such, there was discussion Tuesday night about what should be on the wish list. Upgrades and improvements at Keizer Little League Park received most of the attention.

Kurt Barker, president of Keizer Youth Sports Association and Stephanie Bojorquez, president of Keizer Little League, gave a presentation about the level of disrepair at the facility, heavily used by both organizations.

Barker and Bojorquez gave a list of repairs and cost estimates from Rich Duncan Construction.


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