49ers Replace Sod At Levi's Stadium Lambeau Field Rolls Out New Gameday Food Cavs, Indians Get Public Funds Approved UNC Keeps Smith Center Renovations On Hold Bruins Eye Corporate Events At New Facility Raptors Need One More Vote For Practice Facility Levi's Stadium Dealing With Sod Issues College Facility Notes College Football HOF To Open On Budget Bucs Ramp Up Marketing Efforts, Fan Experience
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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).