When the Palm Beach County commissioner Priscilla Taylor attended a groundbreaking in November for the spring training baseball complex being built here, her car wound up with two flat tires.Construction crews had just started clearing thousands of tons of dirt, debris and trees from the 161-acre site, which was a garbage dump for more than a half-century.Four months later, Taylor returned to see a line of trucks hauling out what was left of the trash; concrete being poured to form walls; and a crane near where home plate will be in a 6,500-seat stadium that, if all goes well, will open in January as the winter home of the Houston Astros and the Washington Nationals.

Source: A Baseball Renaissance on Florida’s East Coast – The New York Times
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