Little left for stadium upgrades at Eisenhower

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Eisenhower High School. Action News photo

YAKIMA, Wash. -- A public forum at Eisenhower High School will cover the future of the football stadium on campus.

Money from the bond approved by voters in 2009 was designated for a new high school and improvements to Zaepfel Stadium.

The school got more than $100 million. Four million was designated for the stadium.

Cost overruns have not put the squeeze on the stadium upgrades.

Tuesday's meeting will look at what can be done to the facility. It starts at 7:00 p.m. at the Little Theatre on campus.