I put McKay in touch with Rod Richardson, the Director of Communications for the city of Shreveport. After those two gentlemen had a conversation, I spoke with McKay, who is currently working two bat excavation jobs. When he was told the city has been quoted a $500,000 fee to guarantee the bats removal from FGF he said, "I've never seen a job where it costs more than $10,000 to take care of the problem." Richardson also liked the idea of saving the city a significant sum of money.
McKay told me he could take a look at the situation at FGF next week, if the city asks for his assistance. Sounds to me like a no-brainer. A $10,000 roll of the dice that could net significant savings for the city along with hundreds of bats.
|Bats stuck in the nets|
|Proof of drugs in baseball. Weed.|
|Field is drier than Steven Wright|
|Taylor Moore said these seats had 10-year lifespan... |
They are now 27 years old
|Moore said he would be surprised if AC Units|
had not been ransacked
|Empty Concourse at Fair Grounds Field|
|The Final "Updated" Standings---2011|
|When a faded outfield fence is greener than the grass?|
You might be a city that doesn't care for baseball
|Two bird skeletons were on the step above these seats.|
Who wants chicken?
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|Excuse me, Fletch... could you sit down?|
We can't see the game.