Hillsboro Parks & Recreation officials are still tallying the results of the first Hillsboro Hops season, but are calling it a success.
The numbers will come from a variety of sources. The licensing agreement signed with the former Yakima Bears franchise last year included a $150,000 annual rent, $1 ticket surcharge, and $5 per car parking fee for the city.
Debt service on the ballpark bonds amounts to $769,336 annually, according to city documents. The short-season Hops' played a 38-game home schedule, starting with a June 17 sellout.
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