(Savannah) – Thursday afternoon Savannah City Council holds its bi-weekly meeting… and one of the key subjects on the docket is the Savannah Stadium Project. Several companies have submitted bids to complete a feasibility study for a new baseball stadium in Savannah. The team wants a new stadium to replace Historic Grayson Stadium.
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Sand Gnats owner Jason Freier tells us he wants to keep the Sand Gnats in Savannah, but only will do so if the City builds a new ballpark. “If the City chooses NOT to do the study… meaning the prospect is dead, then it’s fair to say baseball is short-lived in Savannah.”
Freier believes City Council will vote to approve the bid by C.H. Johnson Consulting to provide the study for building a new park in Savannah. The cost to the City would be $55,000. Should the City accept the bid, he expects the study to take between 6-8 weeks to complete.
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