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DALLAS ARENA PROJECT SLOW TO EVOLVE, CARTER FRUSTRATED
Published August 7, 1995
Mavericks Owner Don Carter says dealing with the city of Dallas on his new downtown sports arena project is like "like pulling a log through mud," according to the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. Frank Luksa writes, despite his frustration, Carter said he will exhaust every option with Dallas to build downtown before "negotiating with other suitors." Carter: "There's a place I could build an arena right now and could be turning ground in 60 days, but I'm not gonna do it. I'm absolutely committed to trying everything else first" (DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 8/7).