It’s the local school district versus the neighbors in Anchorage, Alaska, too.
The difference is that it’s not the local property taxpayers in Alaska are not footing the bill.
State taxpayers are.
“The school district is asking the planning commission to allow South to add bleacher seating for some 1,600 spectators, plus lighting and a sound system,” the Anchorage Daily News writes.
The similarities between the stadium constructed by Crystal Lake High School District 155 for Crystal Lake South and the one planned for Anchorage South are close.
The main difference is that the city fathers and mothers are in control in Alaska.
Also, the Alaska neighbors are complaining about the increase in noise, a subject not at issue in Crystal Lake.
Of course, the recent court suit puts the City of Crystal Lake in control, but, unlike in Alaska, the stadium is already standing next to the local South High School neighborhood.
Read the story here.