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Youth Sports Complex Project History and Timeline

May 2004

Citizens approved a $6.3 million bond proposition for park improvements. Two of the proposed projects include the development of Midwest and Southwest Little League baseball fields and Southwest Lubbock soccer fields.

July 2005

The City Council approved a $4 million Capital Improvement Project to build a girls softball complex.

January 2006

The City Council approved the consolidation of the girls' softball complex, Midwest Little League baseball complex and Southwest Lubbock soccer fields projects into one development known as the "Youth Sports Complex." The complex will be located at Milwaukee Avenue and FM 1585.

April 2006

The City Council approved a contract amendment with MWM for architectural services to design the Youth Sports Complex.

May 2006

The City Council approved a Professional Services Agreement with Hugo Reed Associates for engineering design services for the Youth Sports Complex.

September 2006

The City Council appropriated $12.7 million to construct phase one of the current Youth Sports Complex project.

January 2007

The City Council approved a Contract Manager at Risk with Lee Lewis Construction to build phase one of the Youth Sports Complex.

May 2007

The City Council award the construction contract to Lee Lewis Construction.

July 2007

Construction begins on phase one of the Youth Sports Complex.

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