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BOSTON MAYOR MENINO OFFERS LAND TO PATRIOTS FOR STADIUM
Published September 5, 1995
Boston Mayor Tom Menino yesterday said the city will offer Patriots Owner Robert Kraft land for a new football stadium as long as he can deliver "solid financing" to pay for the stadium, according to the BOSTON HERALD. Menino: MA Gov. William Weld called the offer a "fall-back option," continuing his support for a full megaplex. Weld said if the full megaplex fails and the city and Patriots work out a deal, he would not "stand in the way." Weld does oppose a convention center-only bill that does not address the Patriots' needs (Phil Primack, BOSTON HERALD, 9/5).