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A conceptual draft for the soccer portion of a proposed Fargo Sports Complex — a partnership between the Fargo Park District and Sanford Health.
Contributed by Fargo Park District
A conceptual draft for the soccer portion of a proposed Fargo Sports Complex — a partnership between the Fargo Park District and Sanford Health. Contributed by Fargo Park District

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FARGO — It'll be "all hands on deck" in the next few months as the Fargo Park District aims to meet its goal of private funding to allow construction of the proposed indoor Fargo Sports Complex to proceed.

That was the approach the Park Board, Park District Foundation and staff agreed upon on Wednesday, Oct. 27, when they met to discuss how to find the remaining about $17 million for the $80.2 million project on 100 acres in southwest Fargo.

It was also agreed to kick off a more public campaign to find the dollars that will make the effort a 50-50 private/public project. The park board has approved a property tax hike along with district reserve funds of $38.5 million for the facility. Full story here.

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