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Kasim Reed Vows To Tear Down Turner Field After Braves Leave
Published November 12, 2013
Also today, the City Council held a press conference to "complain they weren't included in the negotiations" with the Braves prior to their decision to move. Council President Caesar Mitchell said that the body is "asking for a briefing" with Reed and a meeting with the Braves to "understand the team's decision." The Council's "hope is to put together a counteroffer" (BIZJOURNALS.com, 11/12).