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Old Today, 06:20 PM
 
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It could lead to the city landing a Coastal Plains League team similar to the Macon Bacons or Savannah Bananas.

It would be a public-private partnership with a group called "Newnan Grand Slam, LLC" and it's being described as a mini "The Battery."

If everything goes as planned, it could be open by Spring 2021.

https://times-herald.com/news/2020/0...ion-for-newnan
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Old Today, 08:37 PM
 
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This is yet more good news that Atlanta's Southern Crescent is continuing to attract the kinds of economic and real estate development opportunities that seemingly often used to overlook the Southside.

I have little doubt that Newnan's status as a robust hub of television and film production likely has played a role in helping to attract this type of high-profile real estate development opportunities.
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