The Metrowest Daily News reports a car drove on Kallander Field sometime on Sunday night, the second such incident since mid-January. The ground was too hard on Sunday for the car to cause any damage, but that was not the case last month when a car left tire marks and ruts on the field.
From the MWDN:
(Lt. Sean James) said police don’t have any suspects in either case because neighbors around the field on Kallander Drive didn’t see or hear anyone on the field either time.
Public Works Department Director Karen Galligan said Tuesday that the town will wait until things start growing to determine how the field needs to be fixed. It’s possible that it could be closed the first few weeks of the soccer season or for several months as part of a new program the department is considering to start cycling its use of fields.
Galligan said the department will likely also fence in the field to prevent future vandalism.