Jane Lew Town Council heard from Greg Zielinski and Ashton Carder regarding using the baseball discipline at Jane Lew Park at some point during the council’s meeting on April 1.
Earlier this 12 months, the council signed a Land Use Agreement with the Apostles Ball Club, giving the Apostles priority overuse of the field.
Parents of Apostles players, including Josh Freeman, Jeremy Jones, Chad Clem, and Ben Hall, and different determined volunteers, mentioned they had donated time and budget to get the fields lower back into gambling conditions. Zielinski, who coaches a 14U team, stated there might be no other law ball discipline for that age organization in Lewis County.
Zielinski, whose group is associated with the Lewis Baseball Association, said LBA board members did not know he and Carder had been attending the council assembly and inquiring about the usage of the sector.
In 2018, a breakup happened between the LBA and the Jane Lew Hitmen, covering Freeman, Jones, and Clem. The Apostles aren’t associated with the LBA. Representatives of the Apostles stated their worries about Zielinski’s crew’s use of the field, declaring that Zielinski’s group continues to be a part of the LBA and arguing that allowing utilization could lead to all the groups within the LBA taking up the fields at Jane Lew Park.
The Apostles dropping get admission to the grounds. Apostles coaches claimed that’s what passed off the remaining 12 months, adding that the Hitmen were given no exercise time due to LBA teams overrunning the field.