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Last Update Sunday, April 22nd, 2018
Construction on a new soccer field at the Josephine County Fairgrounds is waiting for final engineering, and Love Abounds, the community involvement arm of Dutch Bros. Coffee that's funding the project, expects the field to be done sometime this summer. The final engineering has to deal with drainage near the fairgrounds infield, and how to buffer a 12-foot strip inside the railing shown here to protect horses and jockeys during horse racing.

The first phase of construction of new athletic fields inside the racetrack at the Josephine County Fairgrounds should begin soon as details emerge on the project envisioned by Dutch Bros. Coffee co-founder and CEO Travis Boersma two years ago.

Boersma had hoped to see a field in use by now, but the company still expects people playing soccer this summer, part of a long-term plan for a sports complex. Read More »

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