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Published December 1, 1995
A design team from HKS Inc. of Dallas was chosen to design the new stadium for the Brewers. HKS was selected over HOK Sports Facilities of K.C. Gabe Paul, Brewers VP/Stadium Operations, said the design will begin "taking shape in a month or two" (MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, 12/1)....Without NHL hockey, Hamilton Ontario's Copps Coliseum costs taxpayers close to $400,000 a year. That has left "some feeling the facility is a failure" (HAMILTON SPECTATOR, 12/1)....Suite sales in Nashville for the Oilers will go on sale Monday, with an annual price tag of $50,000-125,000. Once a suite is sold, an owner must sign a five-, seven-, or ten-year lease (NASHVILLE TENNESSEAN, 12/1).