Land owners can pitch their property for sports complex

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Local arts organization members put together this preliminary proposal for a combined arts and sports complex (partially cropped in photo) for the city. A Crestview tourism development tax could fund the project.

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Published: Monday, September 23, 2013 at 12:17 PM.

Walton County will host its second workshop on a proposed sports complex at 5 p.m. Sept. 26 at the South Walton Courthouse Annex at 31 Coastal Centre Blvd.

Land owners can present information they believe make their properties suitable for a sports complex.

Any property to be considered must be in South Walton and have at least 20 contiguous acres. It also must be an upland parcel suitable for building with permanent or granted access to a major thoroughfare.

Land owners who want to present their property can register to speak at the meeting by contacting the county’s Department of Public Information at 951-7101 or at

Each presenter will be allotted 10 minutes. The county will provide a laptop and projector. Presenters must bring five copies of their presentation to be left with the workshop facilitators.

Property owners should include the following information when the register:

• Property owner/presenter name, phone number and email (if applicable);

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