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ONE MORE TRY FOR THE BUCS: ORLANDO CREATES TASK FORCE
Published December 20, 1995
Orange County commissioners voted yesterday to create a task force of Central Florida business, sports and political leaders for a "last-ditch" effort to get the Bucs to move to Orlando, according to the ORLANDO SENTINEL. The move comes after Orange County Chair Linda Chapin's comments last week that they will not offer a "sweetheart deal" to the Bucs. Still, the task force's goals are vague -- the group has no negotiating authority and mirrors the Orlando Area Sports Commission (Lawrence Lebowitz, ORLANDO SENTINEL, 12/20).