Ankeny Sports Complex — What Questions Do You Still Have for Developers?
A town hall meeting will be held for residents interested in learning more about the proposed $78.3 million plan. The meeting will be Sunday night from 6-8 p.m. at Northview Middle School.
The conversation centering around a proposed $78.3 million community sports complex in Ankeny has gotten intense over the last month.
Residents and developers alike have weighed in with their questions, opinions and general two-cents on the proposal, which includes developing an athletic complex featuring commercial properties on the east side of Interstate Highway 35 along First Street. It would include a football stadium, competition pool, and both indoor and outdoor complexes.
Just this week, Clark Kramme, one of the project's developers, submitted to Ankeny Patch a response to some of these questions.
Even after reading all this, do you still have questions?
You'll have a chance to get some answers this Sunday night when developers and supporters of the project host a town hall meeting at the Northview Middle School auditorium from 6-8 p.m.
Representatives from the Sports Facility Advisory Group, the organization responsible for creating the detailed plan, will be on hand at the meeting to talk about the project and answer questions. The organization is also sponsoring the event.
In addition, Ankeny Patch also posted a summary of the project's comprehensive plan. You can find that here.
But here is another chance as readers to weigh in. After following this project, what questions do you still have? What would you like to see answered at the public forum? Tell us in the comments.