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Published December 14, 2011
“We now understand what the specifications of the stadium can be and what we can use it for,” Kaval said. “We can use it as a baseline to make [financing and cost] decisions.” Since September, Kaval has met with concerned residents who fear the stadium’s noise and traffic will disrupt the local community. Kaval said the team agreed to sacrifice concerts at the stadium to address concerns. “We’re closer now than we’ve ever been,” he said.