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PATS IN DISCUSSION TO MOVE TRAINING CAMP TO UMASS
Published December 6, 1994
The Patriots are in discussion with the city of Boston over a 22-acre site near the JFK Library in Dorchester to build a training camp and administrative offices. Boston Mayor Tom Menino hopes the facility would "help lure the team back to the city if a football stadium" were also built in the city. The development would be financed through a partnership between the Patriots, the city, and the state, and Kraft and the city would have the option to jointly own the property (Adrian Walker, BOSTON GLOBE, 12/6).