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Evansville Mayor Works On Plan For Baseball Stadium Repairs

Bosse Field

Photo: Steve Burns

Evansville's mayor is looking for a revenue source without a tax increase.

Evansville’s mayor says he’s working on a plan to pay for needed repairs to the city’s 102-year-old baseball stadium.

The Evansville Vanderburgh School Corp. owns Bosse Field and has sought state permission for a property tax increase raising about $300,000 a year. School district officials say the stadium needs $1.5 million in upgrades, including a new electrical system, lights and roof.

Mayor Lloyd Winnecke tells the Evansville Courier & Press he’s looking for a revenue source without a tax increase. He says he hopes to present his proposal within the next couple weeks.

Bosse Field is home to the independent league Evansville Otters, along with hosting high school games and other events. It also was a filming site for the 1992 film “A League of Their Own.”

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  • bengal tiger

    Hope they can get the needed funding. It’s a pretty cool stadium.

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