The next step for Perrysburg High School‘s athletic field improvements will be completed by November as the schools will install a concession stands and restrooms near the baseball and softball fields.
Spent will be $300,000 for the concessions and restrooms. The money, approved by the Perrysburg School Board last week, will cover heating, cooling, and plumbing in the buildings and will come from the district’s permanent improvement levy passed by voters in 2010. There will be additional funds from the improvement levy that will make a walkway to the fields.
“You‘ll enter from the high school and have a walkway to the concessions with nice landscaping,” said Ray Pohlman, athletic director. “We’ve had muddy feet. We can‘t go another season walking through the mud.”
The next steps from the permanent improvement levy will include building a track which Mr. Pohlman said could be under construction in 2015.
After that, tennis courts will be built at the high school. The concessions and restrooms will serve for all the facilities. Mr. Pohlman said the booster club is excited to have the space to use for concessions.
Construction is set to start in a few weeks and expected to be completed by Nov. 1.