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Ratliff Stadium undergoing season ticket holder changes

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NewsWest 9

If you're a season ticket holder at Ratliff Stadium, you could find yourself sitting in an all new seat next year.

As soon as the football season is over, E-C-I-S-D will begin long overdue renovations to bring Ratliff into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

That means about 800 seats are going to be removed from both sides of the stadium, some of them belonging to season ticket holders.

The district wants to get the word out, season ticket holders aren't losing their tickets entirely.

"The Athletic Department has already been working on a plan to provide access to season tickets in other areas of Ratliff Stadium.  Our biggest goal right now is to find season tickets as close as possible to the seating that you have currently," E.C.I.S.D. Spokesman Mike Adkins said.

The Athletic Department is sending out letters to affected ticket holders, and is ready to help them find suitable seats as close as possible to their original seats.

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