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University Of Arkansas Plans More Ball Fields In South Fayetteville

Intramural Facilities Will Be Up The Street From City’s Regional Park...

Posted: March 2, 2014 at 5 a.m.

STAFF PHOTO ANDY SHUPE Austin Culp catches a disc during practice Thursday in Fayetteville.
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STAFF PHOTO ANDY SHUPE Austin Culp catches a disc during practice Thursday in Fayetteville.

FAYETTEVILLE -- South Fayetteville will have an abundance of ball fields when the University of Arkansas builds intramural facilities up the street from a planned regional park.

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Land Buy

The University of Arkansas’ board last month approved buying 51 acres in south Fayetteville for intramural fields. Reserve will pay $2.61 million for the five parcels from:

• Marvin and Doris Treat: 8.3 acres ($480,000)

• Martin Treat: 10.3 acres ($400,000)

• MG & BJ Price Family, Jo Ellen Fenter and Brenda S. Smolen Revocable Trust: 10 acres ($360,000)

• Arvest Bank: 12.4 acres ($425,000)

• Joyce M. Ogden Family Trust: 10.2 acres ($945,000)

Total: 51.2 acres ($2.61 million)

Source: University of Arkansas

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