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CINCINNATI MAY LOOK FOR FIRM TO MANAGE STADIUM
Published April 7, 1995
Cincinnati City Manager John Shirey is expected to recommend a plan "within weeks" to search for a private firm to manage Riverfront Stadium. Councilman Phil Heimlich, who suggested the same idea last year, "was pleased": "It's exactly the direction the city needs to be going" (Laura Goldberg, CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, 4/7).