Silver Optimistic About New Bucks' Arena PNC Arena Expansion Plans Revised Plans Advance For DC Soccer Stadium DePaul Arena Will Cost More Than Once Thought Reds Upgrading GABP Ahead Of All-Star Game Flames Close To Arena Announcement? Vegas Arena Could Be First With Retractable Roof Univ. Of Nevada Proposes Mackay Upgrades Facility Notes Saints' Benson Gives $11M To Pro Football HOF
Published September 26, 1995
A poll has found that most of San Francisco's voters oppose changing the name of Candlestick Park to 3Com Park. In a survey of 500 likely voters, 57% opposed the name change, with 46% expressing strong disapproval. There is ballot question on the stadium name change. The question was merely added to a poll on the city's upcoming election. The poll has a margin of error of +/- 5% (AP/N.Y. TIMES, 9/26)....In an editorial on the circumvention of election laws, the MIAMI HERALD notes that a group opposing the incorporation of the area around Joe Robbie Stadium as the city of Destiny received $100,000 from JRS/Dolphins Owner Wayne Huizenga. The donation, however, was not reported until after the September 19 vote (MIAMI HERALD, 9/25).