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49ERS ENVIOUS OF OAKLAND IMPROVEMENTS
Published September 1, 1995
With all of the changes that the Oakland Coliseum is undergoing now that the Raiders are back, 49ers President Carmen Policy claims he wants a new stadium, according to Ira Miller in today's SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE. Policy: "I think it's a sin for us to subject our fans to a stadium that's inferior to what Oakland has provided. That has now accelerated our obligation and our desire to get a new stadium." Miller notes, however, that the 49ers are "not threatening to leave the area." Policy: "Whatever we do, we're going to do in concert with the community. We're not going to be adversaries" (SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE, 9/1).