LAWRENCE (CBS) – The Lawrence High School football field, left destroyed by a festival over the weekend, is going to cost almost $900,000 to replace.

Mayor Dan Rivera says the field is beyond repair after mountains of empty beer cans, bottles, and food were left behind after the one-day Brazilian festival.

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“We’re disgusted, and just shocked that this would be left this way,” Rivera said on Monday.

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The worst damage is shards of glass buried in the artificial turf.

Rivera has asked to borrow $875,000 from the City Council to pay for the field.

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Lawyers for the city are planning to meet with the company behind the event.