You’d best get out your hip waders, folks – we’re about to wade through a steaming pile of government balderdash.
The controversy surrounds a storage shed built by the baseball booster club at Arbor View High School in Las Vegas. The youngsters needed a place to store their bats and balls and bases.
The boosters had wanted to build a clubhouse for the teenage ball players, but after months of delay they came up with an alternative plan.
One of the parents knew the owner of a company that made precast one-story buildings. The company offered to donate the manpower and materials to build the boys a shed.
Carl Pastrone, whose son is a pitcher and outfielder for the Arbor View Aggies, told me they pitched their plan to school administrators and were promptly given a green light. That was in 2014.
The storage shed was erected…
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