The National Guard armory in Turlock, Calif., sits close to the Soderquist Park baseball field, built in 1967 on land the city leased from the Guard. The arrmory now needs more space for its vehicles and soldier parking, and it initially planned to reclaim the baseball field site. The Guard and city are working on a compromise that would keep the field in use. The site is pictured on Wednesday (09-17-14).
The National Guard armory in Turlock, Calif., sits close to the Soderquist Park baseball field, built in 1967 on land the city leased from the Guard. The arrmory now needs more space for its vehicles and soldier parking, and it initially planned to reclaim the baseball field site. The Guard and city are working on a compromise that would keep the field in use. The site is pictured on Wednesday (09-17-14). jholland@modbee.com
The National Guard armory in Turlock, Calif., sits close to the Soderquist Park baseball field, built in 1967 on land the city leased from the Guard. The arrmory now needs more space for its vehicles and soldier parking, and it initially planned to reclaim the baseball field site. The Guard and city are working on a compromise that would keep the field in use. The site is pictured on Wednesday (09-17-14). jholland@modbee.com

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