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BRONCOS WANT PARKING CONCESSIONS
Published July 17, 1995
Norm Clarke reported in Sunday's DENVER POST the Broncos have projected they can make $300,000 more a year from parking than the city produces. Clarke notes the proposal is "falling on deaf ears," because the team's front office has burned so many "political bridges" in the past year (DENVER POST, 7/16).