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SCHOTT SAYS SHE NEEDS MORE TIME
Published September 30, 1994
Reds Owner Marge Schott's "exclusive right to consider a possible purchase" of Riverfront Stadium has been extended until early December. Schott advisor Stan Chesley, who requested the extension in a letter to regional leaders, said while "nothing in this letter should be construed in any way as a commitment ... we continue to go forward." Cincinnati Mayor Roxanne Qualls said the agreement allows for extensions and said, "It's very encouraging that they believe they're making progress." Few people in the city feel Schott will buy the stadium, as speculation is she wants to build a Camden Yard-type ballpark for the Reds (Richard Green, CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, 9/30).