LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - The gates of Loeb Stadium opened Wednesday evening as Lafayette city leaders looked for the public's input regarding what's next for the 73-year-old venue.
Dozens of area residents turned out for the chance to do a walkthrough at Loeb to get a close-up look at what the stadium might need.
As News 18 has been reporting, people can also submit surveys online, sharing their thoughts on the future of the stadium and parks across Lafayette.
Parks Superintendent Ted Bumbleburg said, so far, more than 550 of those surveys have been submitted.
“We'll compile all the results. We've got some hand entries to do from the paper surveys and then we'll get all the other results put together and we'll make it part of the plan as we finish up the plan in the next month or so, probably by October,” Bumbleburg said.
Bumbleburg said the survey will be available online until the end of the month.
To find links to both the Parks Master Plan survey and the Loeb Stadium survey, click here.
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