LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - There wasn't much debate at a public hearing Monday about the future of Loeb Stadium. In fact, for most of the 90 minutes, there wasn't a single member of the public in attendance.
As News 18 has reported, city leaders are asking for the public's help in determining how to fix the stadium.
There is a four question survey currently offered online. Questions include what events you think should be held at Loeb, a venue that is currently home to the Colt World Series and Lafayette Jeff baseball. Park Superintendent Ted Bumbleburg says public feedback is always valued.
"We are also having a public open house and walk-through tour on Wednesday Aug. 21 from 5 till 6:30 at Loeb Stadium, where people can come and see what it looks like and provide their input at that time," said Bumbleburg.
The survey will be online for about a month. The mayor and the parks board will consider the public's suggestions.
To participate in the survey, click here .
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