Macon-Bibb commissioners approve baseball feasibility study

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Macon-Bibb county leaders are taking the next step to bring minor league baseball back to Macon.

Commissioners approved a resolution Tuesday night to pay a company $50,000 to conduct a feasibility study. It will figure out if Macon is a good place to have a minor league baseball team.

The study will be paid for using funds from the Bibb Mill Tax Allocation District, which is right across from the Macon Centreplex. That is a possible site for the ball park. The money comes from future tax revenue made on that area because of the increase of property values.

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