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CINCINNATI FACES A DEADLINE ON KEEPING THE BENGALS
Published June 27, 1995
Stephen Korb, a spokesperson for City Plaza CBD Development Inc., said yesterday that his group has revised an earlier proposal (a privately financed domed stadium rejected by Bengals President Mike Brown) so that the domed stadium would have a retractable roof. Korb also said that his group would offer a 20-year lease that would allow the Bengals to play in the stadium and receive all football revenues while paying no rent. The retractable roof was reportedly added because Brown wants his team to play in an open-air stadium on a grass field (AP/Baltimore SUN, 6/27).