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Published January 23, 1995
The City of Toronto's land use committee unanimously approved a motion to "fast-track" the building of a new arena for the Raptors. Construction is scheduled to begin by the end of the year. The team hopes to move into the facility by the '97- '98 season (TORONTO STAR, 1/20).... Orange County officials said they hope to reach an agreement with the Angels "in the next several months" on a 30-year lease, "which may include the construction of a new baseball stadium." Anaheim city officials also said the departure of the Rams will help the city's financial picture, because of the team's commitment to pay off a $33M bond for Anaheim Stadium improvements (Greg Hernandez, L.A. TIMES, 1/22).... The DC City Council's Economic Development Committee will hold a public hearing Wednesday on the planned 23,000-seat downtown arena. Mayor Marion Barry and other city officials will travel to Cleveland today to look at Gund Arena (WASHINGTON TIMES, 1/23)....The Rams' three or four home games at Busch Stadium throws "a slight curve into the Cardinals plans for grass in time for the '96 baseball season" (ST. LOUIS POST- DISPATCH, 1/21).