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UBL OFFICIALS ASK LONG ISLAND COUNTY FOR INFRASTRUCTURE
Published August 10, 1995
United Baseball League officials are seeking permission to build a $12M ballpark in Suffolk County, NY and are asking local officials to contribute $7M-$10M in road, parking and sewer improvements. The UBL wants to build a 20,000-seat ballpark on the Brentwood campus of Suffolk Community College for a Long Island team (NEWSDAY, 8/9).