Supervisors discuss proposed changes to soccer team's contract
The Fox Township Supervisors discussed the ongoing topic of the use of township soccer fields by the Elk County Catholic High School soccer team .An approval of the team's application was tabled during the June meeting. The supervisors did not vote on any contract or addendum at the meeting.Supervisor Dave Mattiuz created a proposed addendum to the team's rental contract with the park for the 2012 season.Among the proposed changes are charging $50 per game, including the use of the park's electronic scoreboard, and $100 per game, including the use of the scoreboard and the lights; all practice sessions would be held at the SinterFire multi-purpose field, with no rental fee being charged to the team; all games and practice sessions would be scheduled through the Fox Twp. Recreation Facilities director, who is currently Debby Agosti, with consideration given to the use of the fields by the Fox Twp. Soccer League; rental fees would be paid to the Fox Twp. Secretary/Treasurer, who is currently Kathy Dowie, within 10 days of the month's end in any month the field is used; and as long as all conditions of the contract and the addendum are met, ECCHS and the Fox Twp. Soccer League would be free to make any arrangements between themselves to satisfy fees set forth in the contract and addendum.For more, please see the Friday, July 6, 2012 edition of The Ridgway Record.