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North Park Lighting

Proposal for a new lighting system at North Park Sports Complex

Kenneth Gaspar

on 26 April 2010

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Transcript of North Park Lighting

Let there be lights! Problem: Current system is hazardous, inefficient and antiquated Solution: A new state-of-the-art lighting system Current configuration Six ball fields Wooden poles Many need to be replaced Too many poles per field some fields have 8! not aesthetically pleasing Hazardous lights controlled by
outdoor breaker panel Not energy efficient Proposed Configuration Steel poles w/ concrete base longer life span virtually no maintenance Musco Light Structure Green engineered to reduce
light spill Fewer poles per field energy efficient some fields will share poles better controls traditional switches
web access solution Why? Great facility Attract more events lower utility costs eliminate glare
for players How? Grants Donations Fundraisers tournaments
vendor agreements
product sales private
community/regional foundations Missouri DNR
matching funds Reinvestment MYBSL profits Our annual contributions MYBSL appreciates the City of Monett 2007: automatic field waterer 2008: Pitching mound &
batter's box bricks 2009: New chain link dugout on
Field #4 2009: new field surface
on Field #7 2009: HVAC unit in
concessions building over $20,000 in last 4 years! Who are we? MYBSL Babe Ruth affiliation
501(c)(3) non-profit
dedicated citizens
civic pride
youth oriented
5-member Board
2010: 449 players
we need $250K
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