Residents who live near the proposed spring training baseball complex east of Central Boulevard are preparing to make the stadium location an issue in the March city election, when three council members will be up for reelection.
“I put them on notice that it will be an election issue for me,” said George Gehl, who has lived in the Shady Lakes community south of the proposed stadium site for 19 years. “We’re going to find out who votes how in the end, and it may cost their jobs if there’s enough of us.”
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