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NEW MARINERS STADIUM GETS ENDORSEMENT
Published February 15, 1995
The Seattle Chamber of Commerce "endorsed the idea" of building a new stadium for the Mariners through a "combination of public and private funds." The Chamber's board claims that this combination would be the "best, most realistic way to finance and develop a 45,000-seat stadium configured for baseball" (Seattle POST-INTELLIGENCER, 2/15).