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BEARS STADIUM SAGA CONTINUES WITH LATEST PROPOSAL
Published September 19, 1995
Chicago Mayor Richard Daley yesterday suggested that refurbishing Soldier Field could be the "cheapest and least risky of all the proposals to build a new stadium," according to in today's CHICAGO TRIBUNE. Sources familiar with the city's plan, which is expected to be offered this week, said refurbishing "is greater than that envisioned three years ago." Despite some reports, the city is still considering shifting the field by 90 degrees, to accommodate additional seating (Kass & Kiley, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 9/19).