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Little leaguers will need to find a new spot for their Indiana headquarters after the league called the game with local officials. The Indianapolis Business Journal reports:

Little League International and Pulte Homes have officially halted plans to build the organization’s Central Region headquarters and a 78-home subdivision on a 57-acre property at 8602 E. County Road 500S in Zionsville.

On Tuesday night, Matt Price, a Zionsville-based attorney representing Pulte Homes and Little League International, withdrew the group’s application filed with the Zionsville Board of Zoning Appeals for several zoning variances necessary to move the project forward.

The move came about a month after Little League International announced it would begin considering a new site, maybe even outside of Zionsville, following public criticism of the high-density residential real estate development associated with the project.

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