Sports field proposal to appear on Windham ballot
The multipurpose Windham sports field, to be used for football, lacrosse, soccer and other activities, is being proposed for a 22-acre parcel of donated land in the Spruce Pond neighborhood off Route 28.
This week, both Senibaldi and Recreation Director Cheryl Haas said space for town recreation events is now at a premium, as over a thousand local youths participate in Windham’s football, soccer and lacrosse programs.
“It would give us the additional space we need,” Haas said, noting that the town’s football league, the Windham Wolverines, continues to grow, as does the town’s lacrosse program.
If the item passes at the March polls, the goal is to have the field open in time for the coming fall sports season, with plenty of room for potential future expansions.
Windham’s town deliberative session will take place Feb. 8. Town meeting voting is on March 11.
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