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City officials to consider lighting Pete Holt Field
Pete Holt Field is the only ballfield at the Civic Center without lights. That distinction could end this year if McMinnville officials agree to spend $82,000 adding six concrete poles and 24 metal halide lights at 1,500 watts apiece.
A year after lighting Cat Walker Field, McMinnville Parks and Recreation director Scott McCord is seeking to add lights to Pete Holt Field. “We budgeted $80,000 for lighting the field,” said McCord. “The estimate came in at $82,000.”The quote came from McMinnville Electric System for the installation of six concrete poles, 24 metal halide lights at 1,500 watts apiece, conduit, underground conductor, all necessary electrical equipment, labor and transportation.According to the quote written by MES manager of engineering and operations Ralph Dunn, the final cost could be less.“The cost is estimated not to exceed $82,000.

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