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WARRIORS MAY BE MOVING BACK TO SAN FRANCISCO
Published May 31, 1995
The San Francisco Redevelopment Agency "unanimously agreed" to consider a downtown site on Rincon Hill as a convention center and new home for the Warriors, according to the SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE. The plan must now go to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors for approval who could begin hearings as early as next week. Board President Kevin Shelley: "We'd be delighted to have the Warriors back in San Francisco." Warriors Owner Christopher Cohan has stated he wants the team in a new facility by the fall of 1998 and is believed to favor the Rincon Hill site. Cohan is also exploring options in San Jose and Oakland (Dan Levy, SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE, 5/31).