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
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Published May 1, 1995
Camden County, NJ, officials, working with former Eagles QB Ron Jaworski and Gloucester Mayor Sandy Love, is putting together plans to build an office park and practice facility for the Eagles (PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, 4/30)....The proposed downtown arena in Washington, DC, "is under fire from members of influential historical groups," according to the WASHINGTON TIMES. Both the Fine Arts Commission and the D.C. Preservation League have said that building a new arena in the proposed location, near some treasured historical buildings, "would irreversibly damage the city's unusual grid of diagonal avenues" (WASHINGTON TIMES, 4/29)....In Cincinnati, Hamilton County officials will vote today on hiring marketing firm, Northlich Stolley LaWarre, to gauge public opinion on sports stadium issues. The firm, chosen by the Stadium Task Force, may spend up to $50,000 from a state grant administered by the county (CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, 4/29). Columnist Paul Daughtery recommends dealing with the Bengals' stadium concerns before the Reds, because the "Reds aren't going anywhere" (CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, 4/30).