St. Louis Group Calls For Kroenke To Chip In Kyle Field Project Includes New Wi-Fi System Renderings Released For Raiders-Chargers Stadium STL Task Force Expects Stadium Plans By Fall Sonoma Drops Plans For Music Festival Tottenham Eyes Sharing Stadium With NFL Team Vikings Stadium To Feature Fantasy Club Space St. Louis Rep Optimistic After Stadium Presentation S.F. Law May Ban Tobacco At AT&T Park New Tech Changing Ballpark Designs
Upcoming Conferences and Events
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).