Covering Clay County now. Both supporters and opponents of a 22-million-dollar ball park complex are voicing their opinions to county commissioners right now. Big League Dreams is the name of the plan. They've been at the center of an FDLE investigation, because of complaints of illegal, back-door deals. But supporters call the ball park a potential money-maker. Channel 4's Ashley Harding just stepped out of the meeting to join us live. Ashley, was there any sort of decision today? 3 3 00 25-30 44-49You've seen our reports about the proposed Big League Dreams project for Clay County...which supporters have said, if built would bring revenue to the area.But some have argued against it, especially since the FDLE released a report confirming it was investigating allegations of "secret meetings". Today, the County Commission held what they called a "special meeting" about the project.22:45--23:02 "What I'm against is, using taxpayer funds to build a baseball park that, the keys are going to be handed over to a private company to operate. Then keep meetings about the negotiations for the contracts in the shade."TRACK Some supporters say although the possibility of secret meetings raises questions, they still believe the payoff is worth it in the end.47:49--48:01 "So maybe there were some things that weren't done correctly. But that doesn't negate the perks, the benefits of providing a facility that parents can invest in their children. Ashley, since there still isn't a formal proposal, do we know if the commission will have any more special meetings?