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TASK FORCE UNVEILS PLAN TO RENOVATE CLEVELAND STADIUM
Published February 1, 1995
Cleveland's Stadium Task Force unveiled a proposed three- year, $130M renovation plan for Cleveland Stadium yesterday that calls for fewer pillars, improved concessions and toilet facilities, wider concourses and new seats. "The entire inside of the Stadium would be gutted, except for the structural steel." Total seating capacity would be reduced to 71,000, with 25,000 closer to the field (Task Force).