League City residents interested in providing children with better opportunities to play Little League Baseball, and in making life a little easier for hundreds of baseball parents, should plan to attend a hearing early next month.

The problem is pretty simple, and it’s one most growing communities are facing — there are more children wanting to play Little League Baseball than fields for them to play and practice on.

Michael A. Smith: 409-683-5206; michael.smith@galvnews.com

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