Wednesday, October 07, 2020

Blue Springs Football Lawsuit Against Jackson County Dismissed After Compromise

Check this tense truce and an EPIC waste of cash in order to play mediocre games amid the continued public health emergency.

We'll call this one a push even if both sides are declaring victory.

Check-it . . .

KSHB: Blue Springs to have more fans at games, dismisses lawsuit against county

Public health deets . . .

In a statement Wednesday afternoon, the district said it will now limit fan attendance at stadiums to 20% of the total capacity or 1,000 spectators. Everyone in attendance will be required to stay with their family unit and must wear masks.

Concession stands will not be open, and social distancing will be required when moving throughout the stadium.

"This revision will allow district and visiting families the opportunity to watch their student play or participate in events held at our district stadiums," the district said in a statement. "Many of our district parents had been completely excluded or forced to decide which one person from the family may attend."

Records showed the lawsuit filed by the Blue Springs School District was dismissed Wednesday in Jackson County Court. The district said all legal fees were paid by donations from the community and that district money was not used for the litigation.

Developing . . .

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

When people stand up against Jackson County, they can win. We need more of this.