Kentucky Adding Ribbon Boards At Rupp Facility Notes Oakland Stadium Efforts "Going Backward" Blue Bell Name Not Coming Off A&M Ballpark Land Transaction For NFL Stadium In Carson Closes Soldier Field Upgrades Include New HD Boards Verizon Insists DC Naming-Rights Deal Isn't Over Study Details Costs For HOF Village Personalized Bricks Near Wrigley Tossed St. Paul Saints' New Ballpark Set To Open
Upcoming Conferences and Events
VOTERS IN CINCINNATI EXPRESS RESERVATIONS OVER STADIUM
Published April 28, 1995
Nearly 60% of Cincinnati residents "oppose construction of a new downtown stadium for the Reds or Bengals," according to a poll in the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER. The poll also found that "only" 19% of voting-age city residents support a tax increase to pay for the new facility. The survey of 750 adults was conducted by Louis Harris and Associates and had a margin of error of +/- 3.6%. Among the 37% who support a new facility, 17% support two stadiums -- one each for the Bengals and Reds, 48% prefer one shared structure, and 32% favor one new stadium and a renovated Riverfront (Richard Green, CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, 4/27).