UPLAND (CBSLA.com) — An Inland Empire little league is finding itself in a tussle between two cities and might have to cut their playing schedule in half.
CBS2’s Greg Mills reported officials with both cities are trying to resolve the conflict but the kids are still caught in the middle.READ MORE: Pasadena's Lucky Boy Burgers Sues Postmates Alleging Unfair Business Practices
The field on South Campus Avenue in Upland is scheduled to be closed Monday if an agreement isn’t reached.
Saturday was sign-up day for 500 little leaguers of the Upland National Little League. It’s a league, that before now, never charged a registration fee.
“Oh, I don’t think my kids would play if they had to pay a fee,” said Brianna Botello.