The future of the McKinney Sports Connection is unclear following the city’s decision to approve a Plano Sports Authority facility in McKinney.
“I don’t think we can compete,” McKinney Sports Connection President Paul Anderson said about the planned opening of the city-approved PSA-McKinney complex in 2014.
Anderson said the future of his complex is unclear once the PSA facility is completed, saying he doesn’t know if there is enough room in McKinney for two indoor-sports complexes.
The McKinney City Council approved the construction of a 90,000-square-foot PSA indoor sports complex to be located at Gabe Nesbit Park in 2014 during its Oct. 15 meeting.
The facility, which received unanimous support from council, will be the fourth PSA facility in the area, including two already in Plano and a facility in Murphy.
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