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Published November 10, 1995
Three Tampa politicians will announce a plan to build a new Bucs stadium in the historic Ybor City area and raise funds through a special tax in that area's entertainment district (ST. PETE TIMES, 11/10). Meanwhile, an architect visited Orlando's Citrus Bowl and examined the possibility of remodeling to meet the Bucs' needs (ORLANDO SENTINEL, 11/10)....The S.F. EXAMINER reports the 49ers are "stepping up efforts" to build a new stadium instead of remodeling 3Com Park. The 49ers have said they would finance their own stadium if given city land (S.F. EXAMINER, 11/9).