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Published December 14, 1995
Detroit's Downtown Development Authority will join MI Gov. John Engler and the state in fighting a lawsuit against the new Tiger Stadium filed by the Tiger Stadium Fan Club. (DETROIT NEWS, 12/14)....The Orioles passed on a $6M renovation proposal by Osceola County and said they would seek a long-term arrangement to train in Ft. Lauderdale (ORLANDO SENTINEL, 12/14)....The Olympic Installations Board, the body that oversees Olympic Stadium, has suspended talks with the Expos on a new lease (Montreal GAZETTE, 12/14)....Today's L.A. TIMES charts all possible locations for new stadiums and arenas in the metro area (L.A. TIMES, 12/14)....Boston Mayor Tom Menino is "unhappy" with the way the Patriots floated their most recent stadium proposal and says he does not see any "political will" for revived stadium legislation (BOSTON GLOBE, 12/13)....A "huge headache" looms for the Prince George's County Council's consideration of the proposed Redskins Stadium in Landover, MD. Several council members have received campaign donations from employees of the Redskins or Owner Jack Kent Cooke -- and they could be in violation of state ethics law if they vote on the plan (WASHINGTON POST, 12/14).