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February 25, 1999 | Lesley Wright, (714) 966-7824
A homeowners group has vowed to stop the city from opening new athletic fields at McPherson Magnet School next month. "We don't have any intention of letting it open," said Mark Burkhardt, co-founder of the McPherson Advisory Committee. The $2.5-million athletic center includes five baseball diamonds with dugouts, fences and batting cages; four regulation-size soccer fields; volleyball courts; basketball courts; and a concession stand.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 25, 1999 | Lesley Wright, (714) 966-7824
A homeowners group has vowed to stop the city from opening new athletic fields at McPherson Magnet School next month. "We don't have any intention of letting it open," said Mark Burkhardt, co-founder of the McPherson Advisory Committee. The $2.5-million athletic center includes five baseball diamonds with dugouts, fences and batting cages; four regulation-size soccer fields; volleyball courts; basketball courts; and a concession stand.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 4, 1997 | LESLEY WRIGHT
Homeowners near the new McPherson magnet school, alarmed by the city's plans to renovate 18 acres of the school's athletic fields, have called city officials to a public meeting tonight to discuss the project. The residents said they only recently learned of the project, which is to include building four full-size soccer fields, five baseball diamonds, two concession and restroom areas, basketball courts and parking lots for the site at 333 S. Prospect St. The $2.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 4, 1997 | LESLEY WRIGHT
Homeowners near the new McPherson magnet school, alarmed by the city's plans to renovate 18 acres of the school's athletic fields, have called city officials to a public meeting tonight to discuss the project. The residents said they only recently learned of the project, which is to include building four full-size soccer fields, five baseball diamonds, two concession and restroom areas, basketball courts and parking lots for the site at 333 S. Prospect St. The $2.
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