Community members in Butte have chance to weigh in on improvements to the Stodden Park softball fields.
City officials want to amend the budget to allow more money to be spent on the project.
The Butte School District has already promised around $50,000 worth of improvements some of that work has been done, like new scoreboards, water lines, and electrical wiring.
East Middle School P.E. teacher George Foley said he appreciates the work done so far, but said it's not enough.
"We're going to need some more improvements to bring the fields up to the quality of the boy's programs in Butte. It's going to cost some money, but it's well needed and the girls deserve it, the girls in town deserve it," Foley said.
Foley said ideally the Butte High Softball team will one day have their own fields.
He believes it would be equal and fair for the girls at the high school to have their own facility.
Right now the city-county owns the softball fields at Stodden Park. Improvements to those fields are to benefit the whole community as well as the Butte High School Softball program.
Foley said again, it?s great for all ages of softball players in the community to get to enjoy improvements to the fields.
However, he still thinks it would be best if Butte High School girls could have their own permanent facility that would last them long term.
The regular council of commissioners meeting Wednesday night up at the courthouse.
Meeting begins at 7:30 p.m.