Ball diamond rehabilitation bid nixed by council
A significant increase in the number of local baseball players has created a strain on existing diamonds in Saugeen Shores, Ont. A recommendation to rehabilitate an unused diamond to accommodate the demand, at a cost of $45,000, has been rejected by council.
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