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When flag football games get underway at Taylor Field this fall, they’ll be played under new, energy-efficient field lights.
At a special meeting on Tuesday night, the village board approved spending $89,950 with Barton Electric on new lights for Taylor Field north, as well as LED lighting for the parking lot.
In what Mahomet Parks and Recreation Director Dan Waldinger called a “pretty monumental moment in Parks and Rec history,” Mahomet’s Taylor family signed the park bearing their name over the village.
Taylor Field, located along Hickory Street behind the railroad tracks, has been the site for many decades’ worth of baseball and softball games.
Some public health officials would like to see smoking banned in Champaign County parks. But Mahomet village leaders indicated this week that they're not interested in drafting a new ordinance.
Organizers of the Sangamon River Music Festival have booked a group of up-and-coming Christian artists for this year's event.
Citizen Way will perform in downtown Mahomet at noon on Saturday, August 23—the time slot traditionally reserved for contemporary Christian acts at the festival.
Runners and walkers at Lake of the Woods’ Buffalo Trace recreation area have a new place to take a break, thanks to a unique collaboration between several local groups.
Mahomet Rotary and Champaign County Forest Preserve District funded construction of the new shelter, which is located at the Crowley Road entrance
to the trails.
Each summer, organizers of the Sangamon River Music Festival welcome thousands of music fans to Mahomet. But they make sure to extend a warm welcome to the bands, as well.
An upcoming 5K run will help raise money for something that outdoor enthusiasts around the area will appreciate: a shelter near the trails at Lake of the Woods' Buffalo Trace Prairie.
Sangamon River Music Festival organizers hope that a new plan for parking will solve the space issues that've plagued the event in the past.
The downtown venue is ideal for those living within walking distance—but parking lots near Main Street fill up quickly with cars.
By JULIA MARBACH
For the Mahomet Citizen
Passing by Brent Johnson Park, travelers may notice something new. Something that looks a little familiar, with a close resemblance to a golf course, but then, something not quite so everyday: baskets instead of holes.