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WISE, Va. (WYMT) – Improvements are coming to the Wise Sports Complex.

The town of Wise received a $371,000 grant from the Abandoned Mine Land Economic Revitalization (AMLER) program. Officials plan to install new lighting in the complex.

The new lighting facility will open the Wise Sports Complex to host travel ball tournaments, which have been financially successful in other communities.

“It is great that the Town of Wise received these AMLER funds to modernize their sports complex, specifically adding field lighting for an additional softball field so that field can be used for practice and increased tournaments,” said US Rep. Morgan. Griffith. “Being able to revitalize and reuse abandoned land, as Wise has done with this beloved sports facility, is just one reason I worked so hard to expand the AMLER program to Virginia and beyond.”

The park is adjacent to an old coal mine that was active in the 1970s.

“We applaud the Town of Wise for seeing the opportunity to leverage this coal-mined land for a real community project,” said Virginia Energy Acting Director Will Clear. “This investment will reach many businesses in the area as Wise welcomes the team to its town.”

The complex opened in the 1990s and includes baseball, softball, soccer and a cross country course.

“Wise residents saw the potential of this complex and what it could mean for our town from the beginning with their investments over the years,” Wise Town Manager Laura Roberts said. “We appreciate the opportunity to continue to develop our goals through AMLER funding to become one of our many economic drivers.”

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