The issue was discussed when the board met Monday night at the Complex Convention Center. Complex Manager Eldridge Rogers said he wants people from the Trigg County High School Booster Club and the Trigg County Youth Athletic Association (TCYAA) at the board’s Monday, Oct. 10, meeting to talk about how they would like the poles and lights used.
Rogers said those groups are interested in the four poles – two 80-foot-tall poles and two 60-foot-tall poles.
“The Baseball Boosters have expressed interest in … replacing the outfield poles that they have, which are wooden, with the metal poles,” Rogers said. “TCYAA’s expressed an interest in lighting (Fields) One, Two and Six.”
For the time being the poles will be stored at the county garage rather than at the complex, said Complex Board Chairman Scotty Hampton.
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