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HEAT DECIDE TWO MAY BE BETTER THAN ONE
Published August 23, 1995
In a letter to Metro-Dade County officials, Heat Exec VP Pauline Winick said that it "makes the most sense" to have the team share a new building with the Panthers, if it is built downtown, according to today's Ft. Lauderdale SUN SENTINEL. Winick said the Heat is "willing to consider" an unspecified financial investment in a new arena "if it is built in Miami." Eric Conrad reports the team's hopes "appear to rest" with Metro- Dade Commission Chair Arthur Teele, a proponent of a new arena. Teele has asked former County Manager Joaquin Avino and businessman Neal Harrington to help with the plan (Ft. Lauderdale SUN SENTINEL, 8/23).