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Published November 4, 1994
While the Hornets' players are "limping" into the season, the Charlotte Coliseum "wants the home fans to know they still have a few things to cheer about." The Coliseum tied for first in the NBA with Indiana's Market Square Arena for the least expensive parking ($4) in a survey by MONEY Magazine. The same survey found that the coliseum also has the cheapest hot dogs at $1.50 and the least expensive soda at a $1 for 16oz (CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, 11/4)....Sacramento Mayor Joe Serna, "who seemingly had punted on supporting an outdoor sports stadium a week ago," said area leaders should consider a multicounty bond issue to finance the complex. Serna said it is not a response to CFL Gold Miners' Owner Fred Anderson's decision to move (SACRAMENTO BEE, 11/3).