St. Ambrose University officials have talked about building a new sports complex on campus, but some in the neighborhood are saying no.
Monday night, the neighbors against the SAU sports complex are holding a meeting.
Back on January 21st, the university held an information session to show the studies done on traffic, water run-off and more.
But those unsure about the project told us they heard nothing to change their minds.
"We're going to have to put up with this 365 days of the year. And it's going to impact the infrastructure, property values, and they don't pay property taxes. So the rest of the city is going to have to support them." Says John LaBella, who's opposed to the stadium plan.
School officials will continue to work with neighborhood leaders on any changes before presenting it to the City Planning Commission in April.
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