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TAX PROPOSAL DIMS HOPES OF BALTIMORE ATTRACTING THE BENGALS
Published June 23, 1995
Baltimore's hopes of luring the Bengals suffered a "stinging and probably fatal" blow yesterday when Hamilton County officials proposed a $100M tax increase to build a pair of new stadiums in Cincinnati, according to the Baltimore SUN. A Bengals attorney yesterday notified Maryland Stadium Authority Chair John Moag that the team thought it had a deal. Moag: "We are actively engaged in discussions with other NFL owners and are also pursuing the potential for non-football related uses for the Camden Yards property" (Jon Morgan, Baltimore SUN, 6/23).