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REPORT SAYS COUNTY WOULD BENEFIT FROM NEW SKINS STADIUM
Published January 13, 1995
A report due to be released today commissioned by the Anne Arundel Economic Development Corp on the proposed Redskins stadium in Laurel, MD, concludes that the stadium "would generate $8.4 million a year in state and Anne Arundel County taxes -- enough to pay for required roads, sewer and water lines with enough left over to build a new elementary school every year or hire more than 80 additional police officers" (John Morris, Baltimore SUN, 1/13).