Request For Feasibility Study For West Virginia Independent Baseball Stadium

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Parkersburg, West Virginia has been on the short list of candidates to build a new baseball stadium to house a Frontier League team.  Earlier this week, Parkersburg’s mayor indicated that he would request funds to put toward a feasibility study as to how a new stadium would help economic development in the area.

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  1. Oh, for gosh sakes, WHO NEEDS that?? Citizens already know how good a baseball franchise is to ANY neighborhood, ‘cept San Rafael where all the retired clogs are apparently located. This mayor is just trying to fork out some free money to his close clonies. You think they are going to come up with any kind of a negative report?? NO WAY!!

    Just BUILD the damn stadium! “Build it, and they will come!” Fools.

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