The old grass is being torn out and the new artificial turf is going in at Jupiter High School’s football field.
Work on the $770,000 job started last week. After the old turf is removed, filtration systems installed, a rock base compacted, 15-foot-wide strips of fake grass sewn together, game stripings painted and new goal posts sunk in the ground, the new field is expected to open Sept. 3.
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