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NEW ARENA FOR HUIZENGA NOT WELCOME NEAR JOE ROBBIE STADIUM
Published March 30, 1995
Residents of Rolling Oaks, a northern Dade County neighborhood "in the shadows" of Joe Robbie Stadium, say that the Panthers "are not welcome" in the area. The stadium area is one of six places where Panthers Owner Wayne Huizenga might build a civic center/arena. Attorneys for residents are threatening a "legal fight" if Huizenga tries to build on the vacant lands he owns near the stadium (Eric Conrad, Ft. Lauderdale SUN SENTINEL, 3/28).