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PATS MAY BE BETTER OFF RIGHT WHERE THEY ARE SAYS FINNERAN
Published October 10, 1995
MA House Ways and Means Committee Chair Thomas Finneran said with the window of opportunity "rapidly closing" on a privately financed domed stadium in Boston, the Pats best chance for a new stadium may be in Foxboro, according to the BOSTON HERALD. Phil Primack notes the "Catch-22" faced by megaplex supporters in that private financing is not likely until the megaplex bill is passed. But a stadium won't be part of the bill unless there is private financing "pledged" to a stadium. Finneran added a bill will be reported by the Ways and Means Committee Friday, but it may "be open" on the issue of a location (BOSTON HERALD, 10/10).