No new stadium
No lights. No amplified sound.
Edgewood High School is proposing to build a 1,200-seat stadium on the site of their practice field and install amplified sound and 80' tall lights to host night games. The Dudgeon Monroe Neighborhood Association has opposed the project while noting a history of support for other Edgewood projects in recent years. Bordered by Monroe and Woodrow Streets the field is a mere 65 feet away from the nearest residential property.
Edgewood High School is not playing by the rules.
Edgewood High School has scheduled more than 50 competitions on the athletic field this year. The city attorney has determined that every single game is in violation of the zoning for their property, which states the field is to be used for physical education classes and practices only. Here’s what you can do.