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UA to sell two large pieces of property

By Stacy Ryburn

This article was published October 15, 2017 at 4:30 a.m.

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Lewis Soccer Fields in Fayetteville is one of two parcels the University of Arkansas is selling. The lease between the city and the university is set to expire in 2018. University officials hope to eventually sell the 27 acres at Lewis Soccer Fields, appraised at $4.1 million. Youth soccer programs there will move to Kessler Mountain Regional Park.

Two large pieces of property -- Lewis Soccer Fields, which the city of Fayetteville has used for youth teams and other programs since 1993, as well as a wooded area off Old Wire Road -- will be sold.

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Print Headline: UA to put 2 parcels, 130 acres on market

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wildblueyonder says... October 15, 2017 at 4:40 p.m.

That would help in buying out Bielema.

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