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PATRIOTS' KRAFT REPORTEDLY CONSIDERING PSL OPTIONS
Published July 14, 1995
Patriots Owner Robert Kraft is "exploring" the option of PSLs to help finance a new domed stadium for his team or "possibly major renovations" at Foxboro Stadium, according to Phil Primack in this morning's BOSTON HERALD. Primack reports that Kraft has met with PSL guru Max Muhleman. Local officials opposed to the Megaplex supported the PSL idea. MA House Ways and Means Committee Chair Thomas Finneran: "It's a huge improvement over expecting taxpayers to pay for a stadium. The (PSL) is much closer to real money than anything else we've seen" (BOSTON HERALD, 7/13).