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Public's help sought for sport facility study

A consultant hired to study the metro area's sports facilities wants to gather public input at a meeting at 7 p.m. May 5 at the Fargodome. The study will recommend how to best use existing sports facilities as well as plan what additional ameniti...

A consultant hired to study the metro area's sports facilities wants to gather public input at a meeting at 7 p.m. May 5 at the Fargodome.

The study will recommend how to best use existing sports facilities as well as plan what additional amenities will be needed and where they should be built.

GreenPlay, the Colorado-based firm conducting the study, plans to finish it by the first week of September.

Area cities and schools, along with the YMCA and the F-M Convention and Visitors Bureau's Athletic Commission, are paying for the $46,500 study.

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