The vice president of the Babe Ruth League this week presented community concerns to city leaders about the process for obtaining a permit to use city park lands for baseball practice. He said the process was complicated, asked for unnecessary documents and ultimately left the children with no place to play.
League vice-president Ricardo Villarreal represented the youth league and said he appeared before the board after trying to get approval to use the pitches in the park they have been using ever since. eight years. After the board changed the leagues mandated to submit 501 forms – an application to reserve or renew the reservation of an entity name and can be used for non-profit, for-profit professional corporations and more – they received permission from the president of the Orange Crush League to use his.