The board, at their meeting on the evening of Monday, May 14, approved putting lights on Field One, and then Field Two if the lighting situation on Field One is acceptable.
Rogers said they can get poles from Pennyrile Rural Electric Cooperative’s supplier, Thomasson Company, for the price PREC would get them, after which they would be delivered to the Recreation Complex for a $50 drop-off charge.
The poles themselves will cost $4,970, according to Trigg County Judge Executive Stan Humphries’ office. Rogers said they do not know how much the lights and other expenses will cost yet.
“Pennyrile will help put the … poles up for us,” said Rogers.
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