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BREWERS LOAN NOT QUITE DONE; GAMING PROCEEDS TO BE USED?
Published August 24, 1995
A $50M loan the WI Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA) needed by the Brewers to pay more than half their $90M upfront contribution for a new stadium "is not a done deal," according to Amy Rinard of the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL. If the Legislature authorizes the WHEDA to make the loan, staff and outside consultants "will review the team's finances and the structure of the stadium financing deal and -- especially -- the team's prospects for paying back the loan" (MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, 8/24).