High Point City Council votes to move forward on stadium

High Point City Council votes to move forward on stadium

The High Point City Council voted 8-1 on Monday to move forward with plans for a $30 million baseball stadium, agreeing to spend $5 million on related design and demolition costs. The move comes less than a week after Guilford County Commissioners voted to delay a decision on helping High Point pay for the stadium, the focal point of a plan to transform a blighted section of downtown into a thriving center that features a hotel, apartments, a children’s museum, a park and an events center.

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