GLENPOOL, Okla. - Glenpool city councilors decided Monday how the city would use its $7 million share of Vision2 if passed in November.
The councilors voted to build a 30-acre sports complex, complete with six baseball fields, a batting cage and a sand volleyball court.
If passed, the new measure would pair with Vision2025 leftover funding to allow the city to make payments for the complex.
City leaders say the project would turn a profit in three years.
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