AEG Reports Warn Against Inglewood Stadium Avaya Stadium Receives Rave Reviews Great American Ball Park To Get New Signage Wolff: No Interest In "Coliseum City" Concept NRG Stadium Needs Upgrades For '17 Super Bowl Live Nation, Legends Ink Amphitheater Deal Dolphins To Sell Standing-Room Only Tickets Training Home Of Mariners, Padres Gets Upgrades Facility Notes Carson Officials Shrug Off Inglewood Deal
Upcoming Conferences and Events
BROWARD COUNTY LOCALS VIE FOR THE CHANCE TO HOUSE PANTHERS
Published October 30, 1995
Competition between the communities of Ft. Lauderdale and Sunrise is "heating up" with the improving prospects of a Broward County arena, according to the MIAMI HERALD. Ft. Lauderdale City Manager George Hanbury has stated he can squeeze an arena, a Tri- Rail station, and a 2,000-space parking garage on their proposed site, while Sunrise City Manager says their location will have a "safe and secure" feeling, giving it the "greatest opportunity" for good attendance. Karen Kafinski writes it may come down to a decision from the Broward County Council, as it will finance the project (MIAMI HERALD, 10/29).