Verizon, Lions Make Upgrades To Wi-Fi At Ford Field Wilkens On Panel To Explore Renovating KeyArena Facility Notes First Data Lands Rights To Mets' Fla. Complex Orlando City Lacks Stadium Naming-Rights Partner San Diego Developer Proposing SoccerCity Alternative Virginia Tech AD Discusses Facility Upgrades Vail Resorts Acquires Vermont's Stowe Mountain Bucks' New Video Board Goes Against NBA Grain Manfred Defends D-Backs' Chase Field Stance
BOSTON MAYOR AGAINST HOTEL TAX HELP FOR FULL MEGAPLEX
Published April 28, 1995
Boston Mayor Thomas Menino yesterday backed a hike in the city's hotel tax to help pay for a new convention center complex -- but not with a stadium -- according to Phil Primack of the BOSTON HERALD. Menino, who had supported an increased hotel tax if levied statewide, opposes helping fund a full megaplex (BOSTON HERALD, 4/28).