Recently, Edgewood High School has been under scrutiny from the surrounding neighborhood for wanting to update its practice field into a full-fledged football stadium. The proposal includes adding stadium lights, a sound system, and seating for 1, people to convert the current field so that Edgewood is able to host games at home. It would also create tremendous school pride for current students and alumni. Bob Meyer, a neighbor living across from the high school on Monroe Street, told Isthmus that a football stadium does not fit the neighborhood. Elliot said that prior to now, Edgewood did not have the technology to allow for this project. As for the stadium seating, Elliot said it would be very low profile and located on the school side of the field.
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The new date for the Common Council meeting is December 1, We will keep you posted with any new information. As yet, no new proposal has been submitted. Thank you for the phenomenal community support. July 27, Edgewood has requested a delay for a second time! High School president Mike Elliott met recently with the Dudgeon-Monroe and Vilas Liaison Committee comprised of residents from both neighborhoods to seek input on a compromise proposal in advance of their Sept 15th appeal. Rummel suggested that EHS should take the time necessary to observe, measure and research the impact that day games already have on the community before moving toward expansion of field usage to nighttime hours.
Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway — at the request of Edgewood officials who have threatened a lawsuit based on religious discrimination — will introduce a resolution Aug. If the resolution passes the full council, it would, according to Madison City Attorney Michael May, allow Edgewood High School to host games on its athletic field, something that has been a point of bitter contention with its neighbors for years. But restrictions in the plan on open spaces would also be lifted. Edgewood has been fighting hard for the right to add lighting to its athletic stadium and to host home games with amplification, and the repeal of the master plan would mean the school would no longer need city approval to move forward. Edgewood disagrees with that interpretation.
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