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PASADENA COUNCIL APPROVES POSSIBLE ROSE BOWL OVERHAUL
Published July 12, 1995
Pasadena's City Council last night approved "in concept" a multimillion dollar plan to renovate the Rose Bowl "hoping to assure the future of the stadium as a home to college and possibly NFL football," writes Richard Winston in this morning's L.A. TIMES. The city will hire professional negotiator Ronald Olsen to promote the stadium to the NFL, and aim to secure a long-term lease with UCLA, whose lease expires in '96 (L.A. TIMES, 7/12).