Construction work moves forward on the new athletic field at Pajaro Valley High School in Watsonville. The $12,898,450 project, largely paid for with Measure L funds, is moving ahead despite coronavirus shutdowns and a chance of no students being on campus in the fall. The plans call for an eight-lane track and football field, bleachers for up to 2,200 people and a concession and restroom building. The facility will replace the school’s current practice field on an 8-acre lot near its entrance. PV High has gone without an official playing field that was promised to students since the school was built in 2004. Kent Construction is managing construction work. Initial plans called for completion in August.
Photos: Work continues on PV High field
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