Saturday, April 30, 2016

"Baseball, soccer fields unveiled at Lantana’s new sports complex" and Lake Worth's City Manager Michael Bornstein is mentioned

Post reporter Alexandra Seltzer has this article on Lantana's new sports complex and below are two excerpts:

     "With the sun shining and a slight breeze to keep players cool on Thursday, it was a perfect day to play baseball, and in Lantana, there are finally fields to do so.
     Mayor David Stewart dressed in Marlins gear and carried a Louisville slugger youth baseball bat, and 'Take Me Out To The Ballgame' played in the background while town officials, developers and residents gathered on North Eighth Street to cut the ribbon to Lantana’s new sports complex."


[and. . .]

     "It took about 14 years to get the Holley property to where it could be developed, Stewart told the group of about 40 people. Four men have been governor since the journey started. Stewart reminisced of when it was he and former town manager Michael Bornstein, now Lake Worth’s city manager, trying to get the state to clean up the property and made many trips to Tallahassee." [emphasis added]

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