COLUMBUS, Miss. (AP) -- As complaints continue about the parking situation at the Columbus Soccer Complex, city and county officials are looking for solutions.
Lowndes County Board of Supervisors President Harry Sanders tells the Commercial Dispatch he has been in talks with Columbus-Lowndes Recreation Authority Executive Director Roger Short and Columbus Mayor Robert Smith to brainstorm.
He told the Columbus Board of Aldermen this week that they are close to a solution.
Sanders and the board unanimously voted to have a half-acre of property appraised on the north end of the complex for possible purchase.
Short said the tract would be used for additional parking.
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