The home side of Fran Rish Stadium in Richland would be reconstructed under a $99 million bond request that will go before the voters in February. The Richland School Board listed the stadium as one of its preliminary projects, noting that the concrete bleachers need to be replaced and the underneath locker rooms removed, and new field turf installed.
The home side of Fran Rish Stadium in Richland would be reconstructed under a $99 million bond request that will go before the voters in February. The Richland School Board listed the stadium as one of its preliminary projects, noting that the concrete bleachers need to be replaced and the underneath locker rooms removed, and new field turf installed. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald file
The home side of Fran Rish Stadium in Richland would be reconstructed under a $99 million bond request that will go before the voters in February. The Richland School Board listed the stadium as one of its preliminary projects, noting that the concrete bleachers need to be replaced and the underneath locker rooms removed, and new field turf installed. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald file

New Richland district offices, Fran Rish stadium upgrades part of $99M bond request

August 24, 2016 7:50 PM

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