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Soccer complex improvements approved
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Local soccer players will soon have a safer and more attractive place to play, thanks to the efforts of Warren County Youth Soccer and the auspices of the McMinnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen, who unanimously approved a plan to improve the local soccer complex.WCYS presented a proposal to install a four-foot high chain-link fence between the lower parking lot and the edge of the grass at the soccer park located on Laws Road. As part of the project, the group also plans to gravel the upper grass parking lot.The project is to be done at the expense of WCYS.Interim Parks and Recreation director Greg Wanamaker presented the proposal Tuesday night at the most recent meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen.“What Warren County Youth Soccer is proposing is to build a four-foot high chain-link fence at the lower parking lot area from the existing fence at the driveway entrance along the gravel edge of the parking lot all the way to the end, which is something like 770 feet,” Wanamaker said. “They’re wanting to leave some openings, not gates, but openings for entrances.