The project is estimated to cost $33,000, which will be covered by private donations, potential grants money and potential funding from the town and village governments.
They also want to add concrete dugouts, a storage shed and new backstops where needed in the future.
Board members expressed concerns about dealing with drainage issues in the park. A plan was drawn up in the 1990s to add drain tiles to the fields, but has never been completed, Councilor Rick Keyes said.
Rob Gadjo also presented the renovations to the village board at their Sept. 26 meeting. Both boards are supportive of the work, though neither has promised any money yet.
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