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CARDINALS LOOK TO BUILD DOMED STADIUM ON RESERVATION LAND
Published June 29, 1995
Cardinals Owner Bill Bidwill has approached Salt River-Pima Indian Community leaders about building a domed stadium on reservation land, according to the MESA TRIBUNE. Tribal President Ivan Makil: "My response was that there is a process and once something was submitted, then we'd be able to better respond to the question" (Paul Giblin, MESA TRIBUNE, 6/28). Gary Verberg, a tribal attorney for the Ft. McDowell Mohave-Apache Indian Community, said a Cardinals move to any reservation would require a long-term lease with the tribe and approval from the federal government, but added, "those things are doable" (ARIZONA REPUBLIC, 6/28).