Senior Economist at UNCW examines prospect of baseball stadium in Wilmington
On November 6th, voters in the City of Wilmington will decide whether to approve a 37 million dollar bond to pay for a baseball stadium. Both supporters and opponents of the project are campaigning hard. WHQR’s Rachel Lewis Hilburn asked Senior Economist Dr. Woody Hall of UNCW’s Swain Center for Business and Economic Services to take a closer look at the issue.
WHQR and WWAY are co-hosting a Town Hall-style meeting this Thursday at 7 PM on a taxpayer-funded stadium. For more information on how to reserve a seat, follow this link.