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City of Kaukauna

Kaukauna Youth Baseball’s Complex Location Decision Disappoints

Representatives of Kaukauna Youth Baseball (KYB) informed Mayor Gene Rosin on March 3, 2017 that they have chosen to relocate the home of Kaukauna Youth Baseball to the southeast quadrant of State Trunk Highway 55 and County Trunk Highway KK.   The City of Kaukauna had been working with the Kaukauna Area School District and Kaukauna Youth Baseball to attempt to locate the proposed baseball complex within the City of Kaukauna for several months.

The City of Kaukauna has a long history of support for Kaukauna Youth Baseball and owns and maintains numerous facilities in the City for use by the organization.   The City prides itself in being a full service community and its ability to provide its residents with a full spectrum of services.  The City is disappointed that KYB has chosen to locate the proposed baseball complex outside of the service areas for Kaukauna Utilities, Kaukauna Police Department, Kaukauna Recreation Department, Kaukauna Park Department, and the full time Kaukauna Fire and Ambulance service.

As a full service community, the City also operates numerous recreational opportunities through its Recreation Department.  The City will begin investigating the possibility of developing a recreational youth baseball program in 2018 that is not affiliated with any state or national program.  It is hoped that the recreational based program would provide community based baseball opportunities to the youth of the Kaukauna area and complement the various other youth programs offered by the City.

For additional information, please contact City of Kaukauna Mayor Gene Rosin at 920-766-6310.

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